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Jennifer Brea · February, 2008

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Latest posts by Jennifer Brea from February, 2008

Cameroon: Will the widespread unrest bring political change?

Cameroon was besieged this week by the worst violence in fifteen years, as a transportation strike formally ended by unions on Wednesday expanded into a more general protest against rising...

D.R. of Congo: Plane wreckage has become part of the urban landscape

French immigration minister: ‘France isn't racist’

Burkina Faso: Comedy Festival in Ouagadougou

San Francisco Gay Choir, in Arabic

Martinique: Dockworkers on strike. Again.

African Intellectuals Critique Sarkozy's Dakar Address in New Book

Imad Moughniyeh's execution without trial

Why the Senegalese government likes anti-gay protests

Blog politique au Senegal writes a searing critique of the government's attitude toward public protest in Senegal. Bad: protests against the forced marriage of young girls. Good: protests calling for...

Echoes of Orwell in Senegal

The ‘historical reality’ of homosexuality in Africa

France mute on detained opposition leaders in Chad

Kidnapping in Haiti

Spreading the word about indigenous rights in Republic of Congo

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