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• The Syndrome of the Talkative in African Politics
• Burqa Ban: Islamophobia verses the Enlightenment
• Uganda: Opposition politicians arrested
• Uganda government still dealing with Libya
• British Police will quiz former Libyan Minister
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• Ivory Coast: Restoration of democracy by force
• Morocco’s constitutional reform process begins
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