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Timitar, the Berber festival of tolerance

The 13th Timitar Festival, held earlier this month in Morocco’s coastal city Agadir, was a tribute to Berber music as well as to cultural tolerance in the way it showcased a fusion of different musica

The 13th Timitar Festival, held earlier this month in Morocco’s coastal city Agadir, was a tribute to Berber music as well as to cultural tolerance in the way it showcased a fusion of different musica

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[Photos] The African passport with 5 language inscriptions

The passport are currently issued to Heads of States and diplomats and is believed to have high security features. The first recepients were Chairperson of the African Union, Idris Deby Itno and Rwand

The passport are currently issued to Heads of States and diplomats and is believed to have high security features. The first recepients were Chairperson of the African Union, Idris Deby Itno and Rwand

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African passport launched, Idris Deby & Paul Kagame get first copies

The African passport has finally been launched and the first two copies issued at the 27th African Union (AU) summit in the Rwandan capital, Kigali.

The African passport has finally been launched and the first two copies issued at the 27th African Union (AU) summit in the Rwandan capital, Kigali.

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Celebrations as pastor is freed by Zimbabwe court

There was much celebrating in Zimbabwe after a court freeded a detained pastor accused of trying to overthrow the government via an internet campaign.

There was much celebrating in Zimbabwe after a court freeded a detained pastor accused of trying to overthrow the government via an internet campaign.

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Amnesty International report claims human rights abuses in Egypt include kidnapping and torture

A report from Amnesty International has turned the focus on alleged kidnapping and torture in Egypt of hundreds of students, political activists, protesters and even young teenagers during the past th

A report from Amnesty International has turned the focus on alleged kidnapping and torture in Egypt of hundreds of students, political activists, protesters and even young teenagers during the past th

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'Tense calm' in South Sudan, 36,000 displaced following heavy fighting - UN

Days of heavy fighting in South Sudan’s capital, Juba, have been followed by relative calm after the warring president and vice president ordered their forces to cease…

Days of heavy fighting in South Sudan’s capital, Juba, have been followed by relative calm after the warring president and vice president ordered their forces to cease…