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2010 VOF Module 3

Amei's picture

Servants of the Nation: They want privileges

I just wonder why and when everything started to go so wrong. In such a magical country one may dream to live and prosper. Sadly, drugs, abuse, rape, killing and corruption is running high. … Read More»

Amani K's picture

Know your power!!

I listened to a sermon delivered to about 800 high school girls on television. … Read More»

sahar's picture

Mothers of Martyrs

On the beginning of February 2011 , the unmerciful and un-peaceful demonstrations started in Aden city. … Read More»

Leina's picture

The UN`s Concept Of Defamation Of Religion Vs Press And Religious Freedom In Cameroon

Cameroon is one of those countries in Africa with an admirable level of freedom of worship. … Read More»

SLaw's picture

In Your Face

Nigeria’s future president wants to be your friend. On Facebook, that is. … Read More»

HARMONY's picture

Millenium Development Goal #1 will fail in Africa!

Africa, despite abundant human resources and natural wealth, is the poorest continent on Earth. … Read More»

Mursal Hamraz's picture

A way to the light, and reality!

A general question: “When you think of Afghanistan, what first comes to your mind?” And of course interestingly, and surprisingly a ‘general answer’: “War” … Read More»

Iffat Gill's picture

Modern Communication tools and the case of young women of Pakistan

A close friend, 19 year old Nazira, wore her best dress one evening. She came to show me her outfit before she went out to see someone ‘special’. … Read More»

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Abuse of Alcohol or Alcohol to Abuse?

Isn't it ironic? A beer company is taking the lead in fighting alcohol abuse. It's like that ad on local TV by the National Gaming Board - "gamble responsibly." I mean, gambling is bad, fullstop! … Read More»

Mei Li's picture

Threads of Legacy

The obituary would offer a name, explanation of character, and anyone left behind. Thousands like this were printed. Families paid per word to let the world know they had lost someone. … Read More»

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