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6. Robert Mugabe Mugabe has committed many crimes against human rights according to news sources. He died in September 2019. In Mugabe’s words, he has referred to lesbians and gays as being “worse than dogs and pigs”. He is regarded by the white folks as one of the worst dictators of Africa ever. 5. Sekou Toure Sekou Toure was only to be president of...
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The Great Wall Of China, China Built in the 14th century, the Great Wall Of China stretches for 8,850 kilometers!  This amazing wall was built to protect the northern borders of the Chinese Empire from the attacks of nomadic tribes.   The Western Wall, Israel The wall dates from the end of the Second Temple period, being constructed around 19 BC by Herod the...
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South Africa The flag's design is made up of a green horizontal Y, positioned so that the Y touches both the upper and lower left corners of the flag. On the right side of the flag, the area above the Y is red, and the area below is blue, both with a white border. Saint-Pierre and Miquelon A white, green,...
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Yanga Sports Club depart from Tanzania to South Africa and then Zimbabwe to face Township Rollers in CAF Champions League. Yanga Sports Club failed to win in 1St leg played at Dar Es Salaam as they drew level with Zimbabweans side. Second leg will kick off on August 24, Yanga Sports Club looks for any victory to proceed into group stage....
Vladimir Putin and Emmerson Mnangagwa
David B. Moore, University of Johannesburg As of January 18, more than 12 people had died, no less than 78 had suffered gunshot injuries, and at least 240 had been beaten and tortured by the Zimbabwean state. More than 466 had been arbitrarily arrested and detained, while hundreds are displaced or in safe houses...
Emmerson Mnangagwa
Robert Rotberg, Harvard Kennedy School When economically challenged rulers try to run nations, especially fragile ones, they can easily make mistakes. In the past few weeks demonstrators have taken to the streets of Khartoum and Omdurman to protest Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir’s removal of subsidies that have long kept bread...

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