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More Evidence Pins France On 1994 Rwanda Genocide

More Evidence Pins France On 1994 Rwanda Genocide

Recent reports in the French media have been awash with damning evidence about France’s complicity in the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi. New revelations have, among others, shone a spotlight on a French bank, BNP Paribas, which is being sued for financing the Genocide as well as top French officials for issuing re-armament orders for […]

APO Group mourns the passing of former International Advisory Board Member Lucia Grenna

APO Group mourns the passing of former International Advisory Board Member Lucia Grenna

It is with great regret that we have learned of the passing of former APO International Advisory Board Member Lucia Grenna. Paying tribute to Lucia…

McKinsey’s latest report on Africa-China economic partnership challenges previous beliefs

McKinsey’s latest report on Africa-China economic partnership challenges previous beliefs

China is Africa’s largest economic partner. Yet it has been a challenge to understand the full extent of the partnership due to a dearth of…

Suicide bombers are not ‘martyrs’ says Pope Francis

Suicide bombers are not ‘martyrs’ says Pope Francis

Pope Francis has repudiated the idea that suicide bombers can be considered “martyrs”, saying true martyrs do not harm others but rather are meek, honest…

Angola urgently needs funds as Congolese refugee influx overwhelms services, warns UN agency

Angola urgently needs funds as Congolese refugee influx overwhelms services, warns UN agency

As refugees fleeing violence and communal tensions in the Democratic Republic of the Congo continue to arrive in neighbouring Angola, the United Nations refugee agency…

HIV Prevention Drug May Soon Be Freely Available

HIV Prevention Drug May Soon Be Freely Available

The drug used to help prevent HIV has been included on the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) “essential drug…

A hidden disgrace: Young girls being raped to uphold culture

A hidden disgrace: Young girls being raped to uphold culture

Shocking news came to the international media from Malawi when a proud Eric Aniva announced “he had slept…

Botched Vaccination Kills 15 Children in South Sudan

Botched Vaccination Kills 15 Children in South Sudan

At least 15 children have died in rural South Sudan in a botched measles vaccination campaign that saw…

Could Big Data Help End Hunger on the Continent?

Could Big Data Help End Hunger on the Continent?

Computer algorithms power much of modern life from our Facebook feeds to international stock exchanges. Could they help…

Ethiopia Celebrates First African Leader of the World Health Organization

Ethiopia Celebrates First African Leader of the World Health Organization

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus hopes to expand healthcare access for the world’s poor. But his tenure as former Ethiopian…

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