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· August, 2005

Stories about Sub-Saharan Africa from August, 2005

Sudan: Day for Darfur

Mozambique: In memoriam, Abel Nhantumbo

Lesotho: Sweet children

South Africa: Sinking together

Africa-focused blogger on Pat Robertson

Maghreb Blog

A group of enthusiastic bloggers from the Maghreb world; that consists of Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, Libya and Mauritania; have launched a new project under the name of Maghreb Blog. This...

Blog Day 2005

Sometime in June of this year Israeli blogger Nir Ofir had a realization: the date 3108 (or August 31st) looks suspiciously like the word “Blog.” He had also become increasingly...

The World Reacts to Robertson

In the global chatter about U.S. televangelist Pat Robertson‘s remarks calling for the assasination of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez (for which he later apologized), there is much reflection on religious...

Zimbabwe: Opposition leader goes ‘back to masses’

D.R. of Congo: Girls in armies

Ethiopia: Elections criticized

Chad: Call for prosecutions

Botswana: Air travel in Africa

Zimbabwe: Growing Chinese influence

Zimbabwe: Unreal sense of calm

Uganda: The lost generation

Kenya: A blow for civil society?

Sudan: Aid flights halt as fuel runs out

Ethiopia: Former rebel leaders

Nigeria: Journalists against AIDS

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