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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Rwanda
Clifford D. May's "Obama's new world disorder" hits the proverbial nail on the head. Namely, the naivete (or is it pure incompetence?) of President Obama and the failure of the "international community" have made this world a very dangerous place.
Nikki Spearman asked the medical staff not to trim too much of her husband's beard. Lee Spearman had grown his red beard to Santa Claus length for the holidays, and if she had to bury him, she thought, she wanted to be able to recognize him at the funeral.
Tajikistan has been blessed with abundant hydroelectric potential.
Jean Paul Turayishimye survived the genocide of Rwanda while serving in the opposition forces and escaped, ultimately to the United States.
Whether saber rattling or not, word is out that the White House is "rethinking its options" on intervening in the Syrian war.
Bertine Bahige hid under his bed while gunshots echoed throughout his hometown of Bukavu in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The sound of his mother's screams dimmed the pings of bullets when the rebel soldiers entered his home. He watched a rebel smack his mother unconscious with the butt of a gun.
Rebels who escaped the capital of Central African Republic last month with the illicit help of peacekeepers from Chad, have now resumed their killing spree in the country's north, a human rights group said Thursday.
A former New York City assistant district attorney and philanthropist died after falling in a Florida horse jumping competition.
Syria's conflict was sparked by an act of brutality — the detention and torture of schoolchildren who spray-painted anti-government graffiti in a southern city. In the three years since, the civil war has evolved into one of the most savage conflicts in decades.
The top U.N. envoy in Congo said Monday there are "credible reports" that the M23 rebel group is recruiting fighters and resuming activities despite last month's peace agreement with the Congolese government following its military defeat.
LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) — The killing of Rwanda's former spy chief in South Africa has critics revisiting serious allegations against Western-backed President Paul Kagame that go back to the Central African nation's 1994 genocide.
LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) — The man who was last seen with the Rwandan ex-spymaster killed in a South African hotel was a Rwandan businessman who befriended the victim in jail and whom he trusted "absolutely," said a former Rwandan general who has survived two assassination attempts.
JOHANNESBURG (AP) — A Rwandan man was reportedly being sought Friday by South African police in the death of former Rwandan spymaster Patrick Karegeya, whose body was discovered in a plush Johannesburg hotel on New Year's Day.
The Central African Republic is about to explode, threatening a wide swath of northern Africa, but why should we care, especially as South Sudan teeters on the brink of ethnic warfare?
The carnage in South Sudan has reached new heights, international officials say, after at least three mass graves were discovered Tuesday in the war-torn African nation, the brief existence of which is now threatened by growing political and ethnic conflict.