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Questions about human rights in Cameroon during Macron’s visit

Emmanuel Macron traveled to Cameroon on Monday to launch an African tour that will also take the French president to Benin and Guinea-Bissau. Macron's trip focuses on food security, French investments and governance. The latter is a tricky one ahead of his meeting with 89-year-old Cameroonian President Paul Biya, who has been in power for four decades as the country braces for an uncertain succession.…

Sooner or later, Mohamud can have to reply Eritrea’s questions

EDITORIAL | Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud was wiping away tears this week as he addressed the households of a number of the Somali National Army personnel despatched to Eritrea as a part of an unclear coaching programme. It was good to lastly see a president meet and tackle the issues of dad and mom who have not seen their sons in three years. But there are questions the president can have to reply, ultimately. The president provided households to communicate with their sons in the long run. But that is probably…

still many questions about the attacks in

In Burkina Faso, the governor of the eastern region confirmed on Thursday, May 28, in a press release, that the provisional assessment reported that about fifty people were killed, on Wednesday, May 27, in an attack by armed men, in Madjoari, near the border.…

the protests continue and questions arise

Seven months after General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan's coup in Sudan, the streets continue to be mobilized, despite the repression. Thousands of people marched on the streets of several cities across the country on Thursday, May 26. But on the street, this…

The Origins of Algerian Literature: Five Questions to Ask

Hervé Sanson is a specialist in Maghreb literature. It tells of the conditions for the emergence of French-speaking Algerian literature in the 1950s when the country plunged into a brutal war of liberation. The first generation of Algerian novelists and poets paved the way between the militant and the aesthetic imperative and founded a modern and inventive literature in its form and close to the misery and aspirations of their people in…

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