Beatrice Kabutakapua
Beatrice Kabutakapua
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4 African Elections You Should Pay Attention to in 2013

For many African countries the celebrations for the new year are long over. Now, the continent turns its attention inward, as the 2013 elections approach.

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7 Best Twitter Reactions to the Presidential Election

Making a choice between Romney and Obama at this presidential elections is consuming Americans hearts, souls and minds. Here is what the word is on Twitter.
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Latest Polls Show 96 Percent Would Vote for a Woman President

As Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are fighting the last battles, a new video reminds Americans that only men are allowed in these kinds of fights.
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The Real Toll of the French Veil Ban on Muslim Women

President Hollande is continuing Sarkozy's ill-conceived law, which violates religious freedom and singles out Muslim women in France.

Journalism Requires a Definition

A journalist is someone who looks for the truth, find supportable evidence and deliver the message in an adequate manner so that the audience can understand.
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Mugabe's Imminent Exit Will Leave Zimbabwe in Chaos

Robert Mugabe’s days are over, both from a health prospective and a political one. But the various post-Mugabe scenarios could bring a period of instability, violence, and chaos.

Does Twitter Deserve a Pulitzer Prize?

As much as it has been a powerful tool for the rapid spread of information, Twitter is not journalism and does not deserve to win a Pulitzer Prize.
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Toulouse Gunman Puts French President Nicolas Sarkozy's Anti-Muslim Policies Into Focus

Sarkozy's policies have created a hostile environment for immigrants, foreigners, and Muslims in France.