Africa

Migration from Death to Life

In Africa, millions are suffering a lot. They are threatened by poverty, crushed by unemployment, wars Ashraf Aboul-Yazid In Africa,…

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The other Cleopatra

Cleopatra Selene who was born in 40 BCE and was the daughter of a foreign queen, had been declared Queen…

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Virtual Congress of the World Poetry Movement in Africa

About 30 national coordinators representing countries of Africa continent, and an undetermined number of international poets and observers will participate…

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World Poetry Movement national coordinators to meet virtually

Currently the Coordinating Committee of the World Poetry Movement is orienting its work towards the convocation and realization of virtual…

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Poets of 6 Continents in the Silk Road Anthology for Africa

In early October, Ashraf Aboul-Yazid, founder and editor of the series, called on world poets to submit “Nano-Poems for Africa”…

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Large parts of world drier than normal in 2021

Areas that were unusually dry included South America’s Rio de la Plata area, where a persistent drought has affected the…

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Over 27 million children at risk from devastating record-setting floods

In Pakistan, more than one in nine children under five, who were admitted to health facilities in flood-affected areas of…

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The Silk Road Anthology: Nano Poems for Africa

The poets can send one ‘Nano poem to Africa’ with 99 words biography and a portrait. Deadline is December 31,…

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Sisterhood and Slavery in “The Woman King”

Viola Davis’s new feature is a rousing tribute to the world’s only all-female army. But how true is the story…

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Stories of survival and self-sacrifice from Mali’s local jihadist dialogues

The four individuals with very different lives are: a village chief and peace activist; a local official; a cattle herder;…

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