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Jean-Pierre Campagne

Jean-Pierre Campagne

    Strife-weary CAR nostalgic for bloody 'emperor'
    Strife-weary CAR nostalgic for bloody 'emperor'
    Some residents of the capital Bangui in the Central African Republic are openly nostalgic for the Bokassa era, which lasted from his military coup...
    Libyan rebels soldier on towards Tripoli
    Libyan rebels soldier on towards Tripoli
    Libyan rebels captured two western villages on the road to Tripoli on Wednesday, as Nato insisted it could complete its mission without putting...
    In verse and prose, Benghazi liberates speech
    In verse and prose, Benghazi liberates speech
    Freedom of speech is the name of the game in Revolution Square in the Libyan rebel capital of Benghazi, where new publications have blossomed and...
    Diplomats beat path to Benghazi
    Diplomats beat path to Benghazi
    Diplomats from the United Nations and from Spain on Wednesday joined a growing number of envoys beating a path to the Libyan rebel capital...
    Chad rebels flee south, UN warns of aid being hampered
    Chad rebels flee south, UN warns of aid being hampered
    Chadian rebels fled south on Sunday pursued by government forces, the military said, as the United Nations refugee agency warned that recent...
    Angonave protest in Angola shows no sign of ending
    Angonave protest in Angola shows no sign of ending
    LUSAKA - FOR 524 days, sleeping in cardboard boxes, Joaquim and Franklin have maintained a vigil outside the offices of Angola's state shipping...
    12 million mines are terrible legacy of Angola's war
    12 million mines are terrible legacy of Angola's war
    A strange "plant" grows at the end of a stake on the deserted road among the acacias ? a red triangle bearing a white skull with the words in...