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Thu, 27 Jun 2019
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Bashing mining companies seems to be good politics in Zambia - but what is the endgame?

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Tue, 18 Jun 2019
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Attempts to tackle graft through asset recovery are laudable, but internal cash controls and convictions must follow.

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Mon, 08 Jul 2019
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Peace initiatives over recent months have yet to stop the killings or promote genuine dialogue.

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Mon, 20 May 2019
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With no provision for a run-off election, the close contest between the three frontrunners could bring complications.

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Wed, 29 May 2019
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Will Manuel Chang's trial on home soil mean justice for Mozambicans, or just more suffering?

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Mon, 10 Jun 2019
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Europe's focus on returns risks destabilising receiving countries and aggravating the root causes of migration.

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Thu, 11 Jul 2019
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Regardless of who wins the fight for Tripoli, the power of armed groups over government is being entrenched.

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Thu, 13 Jun 2019
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How the country's new leaders can stop endemic violence and restore trust between citizens and government.

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Wed, 12 Jun 2019
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Africa's large-scale security operations have neglected rural areas where violent extremism thrives.

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Tue, 25 Jun 2019
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Poverty propels most illegal miners into the industry, but ruthless criminal syndicates are equally responsible.

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Tue, 09 Jul 2019
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Corruption and organised crime are decimating the fish population, and threaten the livelihoods of thousands.

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Wed, 19 Jun 2019
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Instead of criminalising artisanal miners, the target should be the syndicate bosses behind this lucrative illegal industry.

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