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The Elysse Declaration which issued after the conclusion of the two day Elysee Summit for Peace and Security in Africa calls for stronger partnership between Africa and France. With regard to peace and security, the summit in particular called for
The Zambia Anglican Council development wing has encouraged the Church in Central Africa to help deliver the development vision at all levels by "engaging the government, the community and congregations in physical ministry." Speaking during a
Synod has voted against the ordination of women following a heated debate on a motion seeking to allow individual dioceses ready to ordain women within the Province to go ahead. The vote, which was carried out by the three Houses of Bishops, Clergy
Africa is likely to lose a fifth of its elephants in the next ten years. Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora), with funding from the European Union...With an estimated 22,000 African Elephants illegally
The institution dubbed the last colonial museum in the world is packing up its stuffed animals and controversial statues this weekend as it closes down for a three-year makeover aimed at modernising the monument to King Leopold II and his murderous
Security Council said it was appalled by the atrocities carried out by the Lord's Resistance Army in the central region of Africa. The 12-member council issued a presidential statement Monday saying it was troubled by atrocities committed by the LRA.
Three persons of Indian-origin are among the 50 richest people in Africa, according to a list released by Forbes magazine which said rising stock prices and new business deals are creating more billionaires in the continent. Vimal Shah, Sudhir
U.S. military planners continue their discussions on a possible of expansion of efforts in Africa to capture the leader of the Lord's Resistance Army, Joseph Kony. In the minds of millions of Americans -- especially young people -- the online film "
China disclosed this week that its nuclear submarines have started regular sea patrols, underlining Beijing's plans to build a powerful naval force to protect the strategic Indian Ocean shipping lanes that carry the oil and raw materials from the
Comments It inspired films as well as the politically-suspect adventures of Belgium's own comic book hero in "Tintin in the Congo". The cruelty of life under the brutal colonial rulers was evoked in Joseph Conrad's 1899 "Heart of Darkness", and