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Americans and Europeans (especially Greeks) are pessimistic. But people buy the 'Africa rising' narrative on the world's most challenged continent.
Kenya is staging a diplomatic revolt against the International Criminal Court and the West as President Kenyatta is told to stand trial in February.Plus, a view from the Mai Mahiu refugee camp.
Lord's Resistance Army leader Kony may not be ready to quit. But UN fact finding teams, leaflets calling for defection, and other efforts can make a difference.
Rumors that the Lord's Resistance Army leader is about to give up are greatly exaggerated.
Kenya seems obsessed with the International Criminal Court and its indictment against President Uhuru Kenyatta. The chest-thumping is 'misguided.'
With 1,000 Ethiopian laborers being sent home daily from Saudi Arabia, the opposition party is channeling popular outrage.
Despite what you may have heard.
The UN Security Council did not grant Kenya's new president a year off from trial at The Hague. Examining Nairobi's subsequent 'freak out.'
A dictator's guide.
Kenya's Westgate Mall siege has increased suspicion of Somali refugees, who now are confronting a repatriation pact that urges them to return to a country many don't even know.