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Samia Nkrumah is clearly Ghana’s face of the future and the person of whom The Huffington Post said “The new Mandela is a woman.”
Special Arrangement Samia Nkrumah is clearly Ghana’s face of the future and the person of whom The Huffington Post said “The new Mandela is a woman.”

‘If women play a greater role in conflict resolution, you would have more peace’

Interview with Samia Nkrumah, the woman referred to as “The new Mandela” » 1 comment
RAY OF HOPE: Politics is the only way to change things in Bastar, to empower people, says Soni Sori.

“I fear that the more I speak the truth, the more I’ll subject myself to danger”

Interview with Adivasi school teacher Soni Sori, the candidate for the Aam Aadmi Party in the Bastar Lok Sabha constituency » 13 comments
NO STOPPING: '...we have two demands. We want the missing persons to be recovered and we want a separate Balochistan.' Qadeer Baloch leading the Long March for Baloch Missing Persons in Islamabad.

‘If there is a referendum in Balochistan, people will vote for independence’

Interview with Qadeer Baloch, founder of the ‘Voice for Baloch Missing Persons’ » 15 comments
A file photo of Mumbai Police Commissioner Rakesh Maria.

‘If there is a dada in the area, it should only be the police inspector’

Interview with Rakesh Maria, Mumbai’s new Police Commissioner » 12 comments
'REALISATION: Afghans have learned that national unity is the key to our survival. So, while there are efforts to incite tensions, I think there is also a deep wisdom among the people, which will prevail.' Photo: AP

‘It is in Pakistan’s best interests to help stabilise the situation in Afghanistan’

Interview with Afghanistan presidential front runner Abdullah Abdullah »
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