Tag Archives: Africa

New Islamic Terror Group in Mali

This week for WORLD I wrote about Mali, West Africa and concerns about a new Islamic group that is attracting attention through its terrorism.

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Religious Tension in Tanzania

My latest article for WORLD looks into tension in Tanzania and how it could impact politics there. 

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Boko Haram Terror Increases Ahead of Nigerian Elections

Boko Haram’s brutality in Nigeria has been going on for years, but they’ve stepped up attacks ahead of the country’s elections. 

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Efforts to Bring Peace, Stability to Central African Republic

For World this week, I wrote about Central African Republic again, but this time found a glimmer of hope in the mediation efforts led by a priest in Bozoum.

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Good News from Tunisia

I failed to post this last week. Tunisia recently approved a new constitution that at least appears to be very good news for religious minorities, including Christians. 

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Continuing violence in Central African Republic

Central African Republic is a mess. The atrocities being committed against citizens there in recent months is truly disturbing. Worldmag.com has my latest story about the situation there:

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