Africa

Seoul Africa Festival 2022: “Meet Africa’s Diverse Charms in the City of Seoul”

On October 1st, 2022 the popular Seoul Africa Festival was held in South Korea with thousands of visitors showing up in a celebratory mood to experience the diverse charms of the African continent. The cultural diversity and global citizenship promotion…

The Electricity Crisis in South Africa Continues to Brew

At the end of apartheid in 1994, only 36 percent of households in South Africa were electrified, with almost all white households having electric power and most Black households having no access to electricity. Ten years later, more than 80…

Campaign to release British Egyptian activist steps up

Alaa Abdel Fattah is a prominent Egyptian activist, who is also known as the ‘Voice of a Generation.” Popular for his book ‘You have not yet been Defeated’, he has inspired millions with his prolific writings about political thought and…

Five nations sign and two ratify Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons

With world leaders gathering in New York this week for the annual opening of the United Nations General Assembly – and against the backdrop of Russia’s latest nuclear threats – five more nations have signed the Treaty on the Prohibition of…

Tunisia hosts the 3rd World Women’s Conference: A focus on Grassroot Women

This year, Tunisia has been the host country of the 3rd World Women’s Conference with a focus on “grassroot women”. Tunisia is the third country to host this kind of event. The first one was held in Caracas, Venezuela in…

Autism, “the pathology of the century” in Tunisia: An Interview with a Speech Therapist

Recently, Tunisia signed a declaration stating that families with autistic children aged 3 to 5 years old will get monetary compensation for assisting them with expenses of their children’s school and therapy. Despite the assistance, the monetary of 200 Tunisian…

Support for Angolan presidential candidate

In view of the upcoming presidential election to be held in Angola on the 24th of August, the International Federation of Humanist Parties (IHP), gives its full support to the candidacy of Dr. Florbela Malaquias of the Humanist Party of…

Congo, the Blue Helmets shoot and kill civilians: nobody talks about the failure of the UN

There are some facts happening in the world that are extremely serious, but very few media talk about them. Few weeks ago, for example, shocking news from the Democratic Republic of Congo has passed silently. On July 26 in Goma,…

Colombia: New government recognises the Saharawi Republic

Both countries re-establish diplomatic relations at the highest level. Petro, the new president of Colombia, received the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic, official representative of President Brahim Gali, Mohamed salem Salek. Mohamed Salem Salek conveyed…

Arrests of journalists begin in Zimbabwe under cybersecurity law

Press freedom in Zimbabwe has come under renewed attack with the arrest of two journalists from the local daily NewsDay on charges of transmitting “false information”. The journalists were arrested on 3 August on the basis of the controversial Criminal…

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