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Somali King Burhan Musa Visits Minnesota to Settle Clan Disputes

Somali King Burhan Musa Visits Minnesota to Settle Clan  Disputes

By Issa Mansaray | The AfricaPaper Minneapolis, Minn – King Burhan Musa, the 34th King of the Daarood Kingdom has arrived in Minneapolis to settle what appeared to have been ongoing disputes among Somali traditional clan elders abroad. For years, Somali traditional clan elders have been accused of serious rivalries that often resulted in division […]

Barway’s Mom Weeps Profusely; Asks Why?

Barway’s Mom Weeps Profusely; Asks Why?

  Urges sympathizers to wear all-white at Funeral By James Kokulo Fasuekoi | The AfricaPaper Brooklyn Park, Minn – Every African mother who has a child that lives in the United States dreams of one day visiting to celebrate the child’s wedding or graduation, but not to come and be taken to a funeral home […]

Father in Police Custody After Missing Boy’s Death

Father in Police Custody After Missing Boy’s Death

By Issa A. Mansaray | The AfricaPaper CRYSTAL, Minn. – The parents of a ten-year-old Minnesota boy who went missing last month before he was found dead were arrested yesterday. Pierre  Collins, 33 and Yamah Collins, who is believed to be in her early thirties, were arrested at their Cedarwood apartments. The Collinses were taken […]

Abortion: A Conservative Nation’s Problem. Should it be Legalised?

Abortion: A Conservative Nation’s Problem. Should it be Legalised?

By Joseph Kayira | The AfricaPaper MALAWI – Abortion is a contentious issue in Malawi. A restrictive law on abortion has created a heated debate on whether or not policymakers should conduct wider consultations on the issue that is already dividing a conservative nation. In this interview with The AfricaPaper (TAP), Juliana Lunguzi (J.L), Malawi […]

Evaluating Ebola as a Biological Weapon

Evaluating Ebola as a Biological Weapon

By Scott Stewart Over the past few weeks, I’ve had people at speaking engagements ask me if I thought the Islamic State or some other militant group is using Ebola as a biological weapon, or if such a group could do so in the future. Such questions and concerns are not surprising given the intense media hype […]

The Poverty of European Migration Policy

The Poverty of European Migration Policy

Policy on migration in Europe bears more relationship to ideology than evidence. And humanity is sorely lacking. By Moritz Baumgärtel | The AfricaPaper Brussels – The Monday morning of 15 September saw another two migrant boats sink, with more than 700 people—mostly from Syria, Egypt and Sudan—killed on their way from Africa to Europe. What […]

EBOLA: Hell in the Hot Zone

EBOLA: Hell in the Hot Zone

As the Ebola epidemic rages, two questions have emerged: How did the deadly virus escape detection for three months? And why has a massive international effort failed to contain it? Traveling to Meliandou, a remote Guinean village and the likely home of Patient Zero, Jeffrey E. Stern tracks the virus’s path—and the psychological contagion that […]

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