Thursday, March 21, 2019

The Forgotten Heroes of Empire: Reports States UK Neglected Colonial-Era African Soldiers It Led...

People & Power investigates the UK's scandalous neglect of its colonial-era African soldiers. During World War II, Britain mobilised a huge, now-forgotten, army of African...

Turkey Calls China’s treatment of Uighur Community ‘An Embarrassment To Humanity’, Demands Closure of...

Ankara calls for UN to act on ‘human tragedy’ of re-education of the Turkic-speaking minority in Xinjiang province Turkey has condemned China’s treatment of its...

Sierra Leone declares rape a national emergency

Rape and sexual assault of young women have been a worrying trend in Sierra Leone in recent years. A five-year-old girl who has been left...
Ms Ruth Rono, somtribune

Kenya: Unemployed, First Class Honor Graduate, Ms Rono, Finds Job!

Ruth Chemutai Rono, the First Class honours graduate from Baringo Central who was forced to take care of her siblings after her mother fell...

When Society Fails Its Own: The Case of First-Class, Unemployed Ms Ruth Rono

A Bachelor of Economics and Statistics First Class Honours graduate is wasting away in Lelbatai Village in Tengas Ward, Baringo County due to lack...

Bans Street Begging by Syrians in Growing Numbers

Ethiopia is banning street begging by Syrian nationals who have startled people by showing up in growing numbers in recent months in major cities...

‘Killed by injustice’: The hanging of a British Somali

Safia Mohamed was amazed to discover that one of the last men hanged in Wales was a Somali like her. Most British Somalis arrived...

Amidst Brexit drama, UK takes a stand against conflict-related sexual violence

Kicking off what is guaranteed to be a watershed year for British foreign policy, an event held in the British Parliament on Wednesday revealed a glimmer...

DNA scientist who said genes cause different IQ results for black and white people...

A Nobel-Prize winning DNA scientist who was sacked for his racist views has been stripped of his final honorary titles after he repeated his...

Britain handing £1.5 BILLION to the world’s most corrupt countries

Major beneficiaries include Somalia and Syria, where Western aid has been appropriated by terrorist groups. British aid to the world’s most corrupt countries leapt by...

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Somalia: Thousands of Soldiers Abandon Key Positions for Lack of Pay

Tens of thousands of soldiers stationed at critical posts to keep the Al Qaida-linked Al Shabaab fighters at bay have abandoned their positions to march...

Bridging the Gap in the Nile Waters Dispute

Ethiopia is building a mighty dam on the Blue Nile, promising economic benefits for both itself and Sudan. But Egypt fears for its freshwater...

The Promise of a Severe Drought Looms over Somaliland, Somalia

Sporadic, below average rains and persistent drought since 2016 sees an estimated 1.7 million people in critical need of humanitarian assistance in Somaliland, a...