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When America Couldn’t Bring Back Our Girls

•The U.S.’s failed efforts to rescue the Chibok girls kidnapped by Boko Haram illustrate the limits of its power. By Joe Parkinson and Drew Hinshaw In 2014, three months after Boko Haram militants kidnapped 276 girls from a school in the northeastern Nigerian town of Chibok, a photo landed on a bank of monitors in

US: No, this is all shades of wrong!

By Senator Iroegbu My take… There is dignity in losing a contest be it in sports or election. It's also not always how long but how well. Look at the Georgian strong woman, Ms. Stacey Abraham, who pioneered the blue wave that is to reshape the US politics. The black woman

COVID-19 Blame-Game: America and China Take their Rivalry to the World Health Organisation

•The annual global health assembly is scarred by rows over Taiwan’s absence and access to drugs to fight covid-19 AFTER THE second world war the world decided it needed a new global department of public health. Andrija Stampar, a round-faced, bespectacled, Yugoslavian doctor, opened the first-ever World Health Assembly (WHA) in