Muammar Gaddafi

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 Muammar al-Gaddafi was born in 1941. His family belonged to a small tribe of Arabized Berbers known as the Qaddadfa who are stock herders. He attended a Muslim elementary school and finished his secondary school studies under a private tutor Misurata.

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Muammar Gaddafi

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 Muammar al-Gaddafi was born in 1941. His family belonged to a small tribe of Arabized Berbers known as the Qaddadfa who are stock herders. He attended a Muslim elementary school and finished his secondary school studies under a private tutor Misurata.

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Promulgation Ceremony

Promulgation celebrations 27th August,2010 marks the rebirth of Kenya. The president of Kenya Mwai Kibaki signed in the new constitution into law in a colorful event witnessed by thousands of Kenyans at Uhuru park, Nairobi, Kenya. The event was graced prominent African personalitie.

 

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Referendum: Kenya Votes

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It was a historic moment as Kenyans from all walks of life came out in multitudes to cast their votes on the all too important document; the proposed constitution of Kenya.As early as 5.00 am, Nairobi citizens braved the cold weather to exercise their democratic right in deciding the destiny of the now and future generations.

 

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Nelson Mandela is Reunited With The Elders

mandelaNelson Mandela, who founded The Elders in 2007, met members of the group on Saturday 29 May 2010 at a private lunch in Johannesburg. The Elders, tasked by Mandela to be “a fiercely independent and robust force for good” are holding one of their regular meetings in South Africa. Archbishop Desmond Tutu, chair of the group said: “It gives us such a strong sense of purpose and determination to sit with dear Madiba who brought us all together. We take his moral courage and his vision as our guide, to do what we can to address major causes of human suffering around the world."

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Somali Journalists: Killed and Intimidated

Somalia RadioTwo Radio stations in Mogadishu have shut down in the area controlled by government when the government ordered them to play music on air thus going against the orders from Hezbul-Islam and Al-shabaab. Somali Islamist insurgent group, Hisbul Islam, imposed bans on radio stations instructing them not to air music and songs terming such act as un-Islamic. Fearing attacks from the hardline Islamists, radio stations in Mogadishu relented to this pressure and implemented the Islam command after a ten-day ultimatum.

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Kenya Daadab Camp

Kenya Daadab

For the last twenty years Kenya has been a safe haven for Somali’s fleeing civil unrest in their home country. This time around the Somali’s drifted into Daadab, the world’s most populated refugee camp in search of food.
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Muslim Protesters Clash With Police In Nairobi

Nairobi RiotsHundreds of Kenyan Muslim protesters took to the central business district in Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, to demonstrate over the arrest of radical Jamaican Muslim cleric Sheikh Abdullah al Faisal. The demonstrators took to the streets in Nairobi after their noon prayers at the Jamia mosque on 15 January, demanding the release from police custody of the preacher, who had been in detention in the country after the Kenyan government had earlier failed to deport him.

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Peaceful Demonstrations in Zimbabwe

peacefull_demo -As the world celebrated International Human Rights Day (December 10), civil right organizations and activists in Zimbabwe held a peaceful procession in various streets of the nation’s Capital, Harare, to express their discontent with the country’s wanting state of leadership, human rights violations and limited freedom of expression. The first, organized by ZimRights included up to 5,000 marchers, while the second, organized by Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights (ZLHR), was smaller but aimed at passing an identical message.

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Picha Mtaani: A street Exhibition With a Difference

Picha Mtaani - Picha Mtaani, Swahili for “Street Exhibition”, is a youth led peace initiative supported by UNDP that primarily seeks to create space for young people to reconcile through peace building, violence prevention and promoting peaceful co-existence among young people in conflict affected towns. Through an exhibition set of images taken during Kenya’s 2007/2008 post election violence, the initiative steers to instill individual reflections on the horror that was inflicted to different people during the period.

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Business In Somalia

Business In Somalia - Anarchy has become the word by which Somalia has come to be identified with. Years of civil war threw the country into a state of lawlessness. Today the government is still struggling to regain its control over the state from rebel forces. The countries population is witness to thousands of refugees as a result of the political unrest. The paucity under which the nation has come under is immense.

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