In Mexico, it’s nothing new, even though it seems like it. A couple of decades ago, during the long rule of the Institutional Revolutionary Party, some voices of discontent called on people to vote for
Huge unemployment but a lack of skilled workers. That’s what happens when the only education considered important is an academic one. It’s like betting on the wrong horse and that’s just what Yemen did.
The arrival of alleged Congolese war criminal, Bosco Ntaganda, in the Dutch city of The Hague has re-awakened terrifying memories for some people in the Congolese diaspora. Sylvestre Bwira is one of them.