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BURKINA FASO

PRESIDENT COMPAORE’ FORCED FROM POWER

Following violent clashes and the decision of the nation’s joint chief of staff General Honoré Traoré to dissolve parliament and impose a night curfew, after 27 years in power, Burkina Faso’s President Blaise Compaore was forced to step down and [...]

DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO

BENI: ANOTHER MASSACRE, SILENCE OF THE PRESIDENT

At least 14 people were killed with machetes in an attack Wednesday night in the village of Kampi ya Chui, 70km north-east of Beni, in North Kivu. The president of Beni’s civil society, Teddy Kataliko, denounced the...
BANGLADESH

CLIMATE CHANGE AMPLIFIES RISK OF CIVIL UNREST

Bangladesh tops a list of 32 nations at extreme risk of consequences from climate change. According to a study by the global risk analytic company Maplecroft, based in Bath in the UK, 32 nations on 196 surveyed around the...
SOUTH SUDAN

VOICES FROM THE FRONT IN THE OILFIELDS

The resumption of fighting in South Sudan risks worsening an already “disastrous” situation, hampering all hopes for a peaceful solution to the political crisis, said to MISNA Sister Elena Balatti, a Comboni missionary...
Afghanistan

CHILD WORKERS ON STREETS OF KABUL

Several years of civil war and dire poverty in Afghanistan force many families to stop sending their children to school. While millions of Afghan children have returned to school following the collapse of the Taliban regime...
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