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Rwanda’s Government Named 22 French Army Officers Accused Of Genocide

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KIGALI, Rwanda — Rwanda’s government on Monday said 22 French senior military officers helped to plan and execute the 1994 genocide, in which more than 800,000 people were killed. Check also: Rwanda Launched The World’s First Drones For Medical Supplies The French officers were involved both as perpetrators and accomplices, Rwanda’s National Commission for the Fight against Genocide said in a ...

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U.S. Tech Companies Turn To African Developers

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Tech companies founded in the United States are setting up software development centers in Nigeria and Kenya, where a number of young developers has led to growing tech communities. Check also: Mark Zuckerberg On Nigeria Tour, He Meets With African Tech Leaders Microsoft has launched its Microsoft 4 Afrika initiative, aiming to help empower African youth, entrepreneurs, developers and others to ...

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Meet Grant Cardone, The Man That Made His First $Million By 30, He Shares The Best Business Advise He Ever Got

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Before Grant Cardone built five businesses and a multi-million-dollar fortune , he was deep in debt and addicted to drugs. It was advice from his mom that ultimately helped him dig himself out of the hole. Check also: Mark Cuban Doubts If Trump Is Really A Billionaire “The best business advice I’ve ever been given was from my mother, who was never actually ...

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4 Other African Countries That Are Likely To Withdraw From The ICC

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South Africa has  announced its intention to withdraw from the International Criminal Court (ICC). According to the Daily Maverick, South African diplomats delivered a formal notice of withdrawal to the Rome Statute of the ICC, initiating a year-long process. In its deposition, South Africa accused the Hague-based court of bias against African countries. Check also: Gambia Also Decided To Withdrawal From ICC South Africa maintains that there are examples ...

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Thousands Of Migrant Workers Are Starving In Saudi Arabia

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Tens of thousands of migrant workers in Saudi Arabia are starving. They have limited access to clean drinking water, electricity and medical care. Check also: All Uganda domestic workers reportedly to be expelled from Saudi Arabia Trash piles up in the dozens of labor camps they are forced to occupy, leading to squalid conditions in their cramped quarters. Everyone is out of work, and their money is running out, ...

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