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An ancient arm of the Nile that passed through 30 pyramids in Egypt discovered

Scientists have discovered an ancient arm of the Nile, which has now dried up, but used to pass by thirty pyramids in Ancient Egypt, including those in Giza.

Albino Children: Superstitions in Africa

Being an albino child in Africa is like carrying a permanent tombstone on your shoulders. When they are born, they are usually, in many cases repudiated, in others sold to those who kill them...

Mali: Results 5 Months After a Training on Human Rights and Good Governance

By Murielle Gemis and Mariam Traoré - May 11, 2024 63 young activists, aged 18 to 25, 28 women and 35 men, gathered for a training session on Human Rights and good governance from December...

Urgent Appeal: Religious Persecution of Orthodox Christians in Ethiopia

On April 30, 2024, a global coalition from the International Religious Freedom (IRF) Roundtable, comprising 70 concerned organizations and advocates, hand-delivered a multi-faith letter regarding the escalating persecution of Orthodox Christians in Ethiopia to Senator Cory Booker, Senator Tim Scott, Representative John James and Representative Sara Jacobs.

Exposing the Silent Genocide: The Plight of the Amhara People in Ethiopia

The recently released report by the Stop Amhara Genocide Association and Coordination des Associations et des Particuliers pour la Liberté de Conscience (CAP LC) paints a deeply disturbing picture of the ongoing atrocities committed against the Amhara people in Ethiopia. The evidence presented points to a systematic campaign of violence, forced displacement, and cultural erasure that amounts to genocide.

The media in Mali are no longer allowed to cover the activities of political parties

The decision rests with the military junta that has seized power The junta in Mali continued with its restrictions on political life in the country and banned the media from covering the activities of political...

Maritime Security: EU to become an observer of the Djibouti Code of Conduct/Jeddah Amendment

The EU will soon become a ‘Friend’ (i.e., observer) of the Djibouti Code of Conduct/Jeddah Amendment, a regional cooperation framework to tackle piracy, armed robbery, human trafficking and other illegal maritime activities in the...

Global Christian Forum: Diversity of global Christianity on display in Accra

By Martin Hoegger Accra Ghana, 16th April 2024. In this African city teeming with life, the Global Christian Forum (GCF) brings together Christians from more than 50 countries and from all families of Churches. Of...

Afforestation of Africa threatens grasslands and savannahs

New research warns that Africa's tree-planting campaign poses a double jeopardy as it will damage ancient CO2-absorbing grass ecosystems while failing to fully restore depleted forests, the Financial Times reports. The article, published in the...

Alexandrian Holy Synod deposed the new Russian exarch in Africa

On February 16, at the meeting in the ancient monastery "St. George" in Cairo the H. Synod of the Patriarchate of Alexandria decided to depose Bishop Constantine (Ostrovsky) of Zaraysk from the Russian Orthodox...

Transforming Tragedy into Hope: Rwandan Educator Champions Human Rights for Lasting Peace

Brussels, Pressrelease through BXL-Media - Rwanda, once known for its history of ethnic violence is currently undergoing a remarkable transformation towards a peaceful future. This positive change is being led by Ladislas Yassin Nkundabanyanga,...

Senegal February 2024, When a statesman steps down in Africa

The presidential election in Senegal is already noteworthy before it even happens on 25 February 2024. This is because President Macky Sall told the world last summer that he would be stepping down and...

First Edition of the Forum From Us To Us Europe Brussels “How can we dialogue on our future transformations?”

On the occasion of the first edition of the International Forum From Us To Us Europe Brussels, an international conference is organized on Friday 24 and Saturday 25 November 2023 on the theme: “The...

Société Générale Bank of Lebanon and the History Of Terrors of Iranian Madness

Hezbollah and Hamas, two terrorist organizations backed by Iran, have received millions in US financial aid. The history of terror financing is long and troubling. Bank of Lebanon.

Omar Harfouch confirms from Washington, America will enter the war against Hezbollah

In the midst of the military and political tensions prevailing in the Middle East, the Honorary Chairman of the European Diversity and Dialogue Committee, Omar Harfouche, arrived in the United States of America, specifically...

The Fulani, Neopastoralism and Jihadism in Nigeria

The relationship between Fulani, corruption and neo-pastoralism, i.e. the purchase of large herds of cattle by wealthy city dwellers to hide ill-gotten money.

The Perpetrators as Prosecutors: A Haunting Paradox in the Amhara Genocide and the Imperative of Transitional Justice

In the heart of Africa, where vibrant cultures and diverse communities have thrived for centuries, a silent nightmare unfolds. The Amhara Genocide, a brutal and horrific episode in Ethiopia's history, remains largely obscured from...

Appeal for Support, Marrakech Earthquake Victims Need Your Help

Marrakech region on September 8, 2023 was one of the most violent in Morocco's history. The rural province of Al Haouz was hard hit, resulting in the loss of many lives and the destruction of entire villages ;

United Nations, Omar Harfouch accused Lebanon to be “an anti-Semitic, discriminatory, and racist country”

Geneva, 26 September 2023 - The United Nations Human Rights Council, in its 54th Regular Session held today, heard a riveting speech from Omar Harfouch, a renowned Lebanese pianist, during its 24th meeting. Born a...

The Fulani and Jihadism in West Africa (II)

By Teodor Detchev The previous part of this analysis, entitled "Sahel - Conflicts, Coups and Migration Bombs", addressed the issue of the rise of terrorist activity in West Africa and the inability to end the...

Infibulation – the inhuman tradition that is not talked about enough

Female circumcision is the partial or total removal of the external genitalia without the medical need to do so About 200 million girls and women now living on planet Earth have undergone the extremely painful...

Break the silence on persecuted Christians

MEP Bert-Jan Ruissen held a conference and exhibition at the European Parliament to denounce the silence surrounding the suffering of persecuted Christians worldwide. The EU must take stronger action against violations of freedom of religion, especially in Africa where lives are lost due to this silence.

Ethiopia – Mass killings continue, risk of further ‘large-scale’ atrocities

The latest report on Ethiopia documents atrocities perpetrated “by all parties to the conflict” since 3 November 2020 – date of the armed conflict in Tigray

Sahel – conflicts, coups and migration bombs (I)

The new cycle of violence in the Sahel countries can be link to the participation of the Tuareg armed militias, who are fighting for an independent state

Alp Services behind a vast campaign of denunciation in France and Belgium, the shadow of the United Arab Emirates

Last March, an article entitled "The dirty secrets of a Smear campaign" appeared in the well-known American media outlet The New Yorker, providing a little more insight into Abu Dhabi's all-out strategy for eliminating...
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