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Russia’s President Vladimir Putin is in the Netherlands for talks with the Dutch prime minister and the official opening of Russia-Netherlands Year of Friendship.
A former supporter of ex-President Laurent Gbagbo, explains how he would’ve become a rebel had he remained in Ivory Coast. Moussa Sylla is a mechanic living in the Netherlands.
Across the continent Africans are fighting to break down pay walls to academic knowledge. Their fight for Open Access might prove fundamental in closing Africa’s knowledge gap with the developed world.
Dennis Wamala is gay, but that’s illegal in Uganda, where he lives.
“I have a lot of gay friends. They do their thing, and I do mine”, says a tall young black man. “We’re all free to be ourselves”, according to another young person.
Even 33 years after winning the fight for independence, Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe remains a harsh critic of the white colonial government’s system.
Sergio Haro is a reporter for the Zeta weekly in northern Mexico. He’s been working as a journalist for two decades in a country where 172 reporters have been murdered in the past 12 years.
Monitoring Libya’s post-revolution media landscape has proved to be a nightmare.
For over a decade, the Cuban government refused to allow one of the world’s best known bloggers, Yoani Sánchez, to travel abroad.
Many Zimbabweans hoped the recent constitutional referendum would usher in a return to rule of law and democracy. But blogger Thomas Madhuku sees a different tale unfolding.