History - Africa - Central

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The Chibok Girls: The Boko Haram Kidn...

Helon Habila

On the night of April 14, 2014, 276 girls from the Chibok Secondary School in northern Nigeria were kidnapped by Boko Haram, the world's deadliest terrorist group.Fifty-seven of them escaped over the next few months, but most were nev...

Published: Oct 2016

The Antelope's Strategy: Living in Rw...

Jean Hatzfeld

 One hot May morning in 2003, a crowd of Hutus who had participated in the genocidal killings of April 1994 in Rwanda filed out of prison and into the sunshine, singing hallelujahs, their freedom granted by presidential pardon. As th...

Published: Mar 2010

The Enduring Relevance of Walter Rodn...

Karim F. Hirji

Soon after its publication in 1972, Walter Rodney's How Europe Underdeveloped Africa (HEUA) gained global popularity among progressive students, scholars and activists, and people concerned with African affairs. His innovative applica...

Published: Feb 2017

The Rebels' Hour

Lieve Joris

Lieve Joris has long been considered "one of the best journalists in the world . . . following in the footsteps of Herodotus as well as Ibn Khaldoun or Ryszard Kapuaeciñski" (Liberation, France). In The Rebels' Hour, she il...

Published: Mar 2010

The Case for Biafra Restoration

Obi Ukwuoma

The massacre of Igbos/Biafrans across the Northern Nigeria started way back in 1945 in Jos, where more than 150 Igbos/Biafrans were brutally slaughtered for no reason. That is about thirty-one years after the fraudulent amalgamation o...

Published: May 2018
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