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Opinion

Tragedy of Separation: the Story of India, By Owei Lakemfa

...the scramble Ghandi had feared began; about 15 million people moved either way, and in the process, between one and two million people were murdered by opposing sides in horrendous massacres from which neither India nor Pakistan has They have been to war four The separation of India was simply…
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Opinion

A Perspective on the French Attack, By Muideen Olagunju

Will there be more attacks on the unsuspecting civilian populations, particularly in the world's main cities? I am afraid: Yes. As long as drones tear up limbs of women and children without repercussions; as long as world powers refuse to open themselves to genuine commitment to international peace and security;…
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Opinion

Compelling Africa and Middle East’s Refugees and Migrants Crises, By Segun Balogun

Either as refugees or asylum seekers, many people keep daring the peril of the Mediterranean Sea, hoping to cross into Europe where, clearly, they are unwanted. According to a BBC report, a former NATO commander said “dozens of boats are departing daily from the North African shore, without any control…
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Columns

Today’s America and a Few More Questions For Senator Patrick Leahy, By Femi Fani-Kayode

The United States of America, both directly and through their regional allies like Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Qatar, Kuwait and various other Arab Gulf states, supplied millions of dollars’ worth of arms to the vicious Islamic fundamentalist terrorist organisation known as the Al Nusra Front three years ago in Syria in…
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Opinion

Terrorism and the Public’s Pact With Buhari, By Adebayo Taiwo Hassan

On Sunday July 5, Nigeria witnessed incidents of explosions in Jos, Zamfara and Yobe, with the lose of the lives of scores of citizens. Despite, the political transition to to a regime of CHANGE, nevertheless we appear to effectively still be in a state of war, as the ugly narrative…
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