The Newsmakers

Sharing Power in Sudan | Free Trade for Africa | Fighting Coal in Kenya

Sudanese and civilian leaders join forces to end a standoff that brought the country to a standstill. Is this a step towards democracy? Fifty-four countries in Africa launched a continent-wide free trade agreement. But why are some convinced it’s destined to fail? And after more than a year of petitions and protests, Kenya has been forced to halt plans to build its first ever coal-fired power plant. #ACFTA #africanunion #freetrade #AfricanUnity #sudan #sudanuprising #sudanprotests #sudanmassarce #hemedti #decoalonise #nature #environment #kenya

The Making of a Continent?

The Making of a Continent?

Sudan's peaceful revolution turns deadly

Sudan's peaceful revolution turns deadly

Sudan in Transition: Army, civilian body reach constitutional deal

Sudan in Transition: Army, civilian body reach constitutional deal

The songs calling for political change in Sudan

The songs calling for political change in Sudan

Why are the French on Strike?

Why are the French on Strike?

Colombia’s Unprecedented Protests

Colombia’s Unprecedented Protests

Is NATO a Strained Alliance? | Malta Murder Fallout

Is NATO a Strained Alliance? | Malta Murder Fallout

Who Murdered Maltese Journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia?

Who Murdered Maltese Journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia?

Lebanon in Limbo

Lebanon in Limbo

Son of Malta’s Murdered Journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia Speaks Out

Son of Malta’s Murdered Journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia Speaks Out

Lebanon’s Deadlock

Lebanon’s Deadlock

What’s Fueling Iraq’s Mass Protests?

What’s Fueling Iraq’s Mass Protests?

Crisis in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Crisis in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Iraq’s PM Pushed Out

Iraq’s PM Pushed Out

DRC in Distress

DRC in Distress

Congo’s Curse

Congo’s Curse

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