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Tanzanian Farmers Criticize G-7 Initiative To Boost Agriculture

Reuben Kyama, Freelance, 17 May, 2015

RAZABA, Tanzania — Thirty-eight-old Mariam Salmin Mziraya struggles to fight off the wave of fear that has gripped Razaba. The anxiety centers on a looming eviction that would pave the way for a large scale agribusiness.
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Uganda's 'Oil Rush' Town Stuck In The Slow Lane

Elias Biryabarema, Reuters, 10 May, 2015

Burundi President Says A Third Term Would Be His Last

Edmund Blair, Reuters, 07 May, 2015

Congo-Brazzaville Bans Muslim Women From Wearing Full-Face Veils

Fredrick Nzwili, Christan Science Monitor, 05 May, 2015

FCAEA statement on the murder of Kenyan Journalist John Kituyi

FCAEA, 04 May, 2015

Christians Warned, Then Killed in Kenyan University Massacre

Margot Kiser, The Daily Beast, 02 April, 2015

Al-Shabab Man Killed By Drone Brought Arms For Mall Attack

Tom Odula, Associated Press, 19 March, 2015

For Nigeria's President, A Future Deeply Tied To Boko Haram Fight

Ariel Zirulnick, Christian Science Monitor, 16 March, 2015

The Sole Voice Of Opposition In Ethiopia’s Parliament Will Soon Fall Silent

Heidi Vogt, Wall Street Journal, 11 March, 2015

Kenyan Sentenced To Death Over Judith Tebbutt Pirate Kidnap Could Be Freed Thanks To British Data Protection Laws

Mike Pflanz, Daily Telegraph, 04 March, 2015

Rival To Burundi's President Escapes From Jail - Ministry

Patrick Nduwimana, Reuters, 03 March, 2015