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Jerry Rawlings: A Revolutionary Captain’s Journey

Former President of Ghana, Jerry Rawlings, belonged to a generation of young soldiers who were anxious about reforms in West Africa. Its impact on Ghana's political life has been unique and lasting. Jerry John Rawlings had already gone down in history during his lifetime. Nickname " the redeemer In Ghana or the "African Che" of the international press, he was one of the rare African heads of state who had left power peacefully after reforming his country deeply. A champion of "good governance", thisfree soul What does…

The peace caravan continues its journey in the battered east of the DRC

The last straight line of the peace caravan led for a week in the troubled provinces east of the country by a delegation of national deputies and the Congolese defense minister. Yesterday, the delegation arrived in Kalemie, Tanganyika province, where clashes between pygmy militias and Luba have been repeated. A peace mission of course, but not in a timely manner according to civil society. Visits to the ADF's rebel shrines, briefings at the army headquarters and meetings with local authorities and civil society continue…

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