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Chasing bullets in the DRC | IRIN Africa

Her job is to track and trace small arms and ammunition in Africa’s conflict zones. Each bullet, assault rifle, mortar, rocket or other item of military hardware she documents forms a piece of a huge jigsaw being created by the UK-based NGO Conflict Armaments Research (CAR) to map the precise flows of conflict weaponry in Africa. Moving within the ebb and ...

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Rwanda: 20 years after the genocide, a state of fear | Pambazuka

Rwanda has made remarkable progress to rebuild after the genocide. But the country is in the grip of a ruthless Tutsi oligarchy that has silenced everyone who doesn’t agree with President Kagame. His critics are either dead, in jail or exile. The struggle for a just and free nation should be intensified. Henry Makori is an editor with Pambazuka News. ...

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