January 5, 2014

The Wars That Will Rage in Africa in 2014

Peter Dorrie, War Is Boring

The Associated Press

The civil wars, insurgencies and political standoffs that will shape the continent this year.

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TAGGED: DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC Of Congo, Nigeria, Egypt, Libya, Central African Republic, Sudan, Africa, South Sudan

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