Another Military Coup in Burkina Faso

Written by Osetemega Iribiri October 3, 2022 In the early hours of Friday, September 30, 2022, sounds of gunfire were heard near the Baba Sy military camp, near the presidential palace in Kosyam. Military vehicles were deployed in several strategic locations in Ouagadougou and Radiodiffusion Télévision du Burkina (RTB), the national television station, had its... Continue Reading →

Algeria Hosts Arab League Summit

Written by William Lucht November 7, 2022 The first Arab League summit to be held in two years since the Covid-19 pandemic is being hosted by Algeria. Algeria seems to be positioning itself back into international and regional politics since its eclipse in the wake of Bouteflika’s illness, the protest movement, COVID-19, and the financial... Continue Reading →

Tunisian Libyan Partnership

Written by William Lucht December 5, 2022 Last Wednesday Tunisian President Kais Saied welcomed Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah for an official two-day visit. President Saied met with not only the Libyan leader but also other high-level delegates such as the Prime Minister Najla Bouden, Central Bank of Libya Director Seddik Kebir and other... Continue Reading →

South Africa’s President Faces Impeachment

Written by Osetemega Iribiri December 5, 2022 South Africa's president, Cyril Ramaphosa, who came into power with the mantra of combatting corruption, is under pressure to resign over corruption allegations in the Farmgate scandal. South Africa's former spy chief, Arthur Fraser, accused the president of money laundering, corruption, and covering up large theft of cash.... Continue Reading →

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