[RFI] French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron on Friday slammed opponents for "exploiting" his declaration that French colonialism was a "crime against humanity" for electoral ends. He also claimed that Ukraine-based hackers were repeatedly attacking the website of his election campaign.
[Nation] There are interesting coincidences in the Brexit and "America first" movements. First is their timing and ideological convergence, second is the affinity between their prime movers, and third is that the three men -- Mr Boris Johnson and Mr Nigel Farage of Brexit, and President Donald Trump of "America first" -- all share German ancestry.
[Dalsan Radio] Turkish Ambassador to Somalia Olgan Bekar has praised the role that Somali journalists have played despite the challenges they continue facing in one of the most dangerous countries for a journalist to operate.
[Shabelle] Somalia has once again been hit by a severe drought, which could quickly develop into a famine. 'A large proportion of the population is affected by the drought, and over six million people are in need of food aid.
[Dalsan Radio] Hundreds of thousands of people in Somalia may die or be near death in May if immediate action isn't taken to address the threat of famine, Britain's envoy for the Horn of Africa warned Wednesday.
[Deutsche Welle] Spanish authorities said 11 guards in a territory in North Africa were injured when some 500 people forced their way through a border fence. The rush came as Morocco threatened it could let more migrants through.
[Legalbrief] Perhaps you are a bit uneasy about high profile adoptions of African children by international celebrities? Perhaps you've read about their generous donations to special causes that seem to smooth the way for adoptions and wonder whether the welfare of the children involved is a serious consideration.