Author: Denise Angela

Normalcy Back To Burundi After President Pierre Nkurunziza Returns

The East African nation of Burundi had regained some calm after President Pierre Nkurunziza returned to the country Friday. The country has been in turmoil since the President announced his intention to run for presidency for a third term. Violence broke out in Burundi on April 26th after an announcement made by President Nkurunziza to run for a third term. Many took to the streets to protest his continuing presidential reign in the nation. He has been president since 2005 after the nation’s 12 year long civil war came to an end. President Nkurunziza states he is still viable to run for another term...

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Liberia Declared Ebola Free

Libera has officially been declared Ebola free. The West African country which suffered the most deaths due to the virus has eradicated the virus. According to the world health organization, the 42 days have passed since the last victim was buried meaning the outbreak is officially over. The streets of Monrovia that were busy with ambulances in September and August are now calm and quiet. President Sirleaf Johnson of Liberia held a moment of silence for those who lost their lives and commended those who helped fight the virus. She also expressed her gratitude to Liberia’s international partners. The...

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New Sighting of Ebola Cases

A woman had died from Ebola after having sexual relations with an Ebola survivor in Liberia. The said man, 46, was tested and no trace of Ebola was found in his blood but it was present in his semen. According to scientists, the Ebola virus was previously thought to survive in semen for up to three months. Ebola which broke out in March 2014 in the West African region has claimed the lives of over 10,000 people. Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia suffering the most casualties of the deadly virus. A document released by the CDC on what next,...

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Rwanda : From Tutsi Genocide to 2015

7th April 1994. It was on this day that the history of Rwanda would be changed forever. Fear and terror filled the streets, blood was shed. A great loss was suffered. For one hundred days there was an onslaught. 21 years later, Rwanda stands as a destination not only for tourists, but investors. The development that has spanned across the nation is incredible. Not to mention major milestones for Rwanda, joining both the commonwealth and the East African Community among others. Rwanda has become, a statement used by many, an investors capital. Welcoming investors from all over the world...

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Paul Walker: A Tribute

It’s been a long day without you, my friend. And I’ll tell you all about it when I see you again. There is no way to write a story like this without feeling a pinch or a sudden sadness come over you. April 3rd, 2015 is a day to be treasured. It is the last day we will ever see Paul Walker premiere at a box office. Some would call it his greatest achievement, the movie whose franchise only ever gets better. Most of the world believe that is where life began for Paul Walker on screen. After his...

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