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The Case of The Missing Interview with Nabeel Rajab, Head of the Bahrain Center for Human Rights
Posted on May 13, 2012 by nsnbc international
This article should have contained an interview with the Head of the Bahrain Center for Human Rights (BCHR) Nabeel Rajab, who was arrested on 7 May, three days before our planned meeting in Manama, Bahrain. Due to the fact that … Continue reading →
Posted in Middle East, Opinion | Tagged Arab Spring, Bahrain, Bahrain Center for Human Rights, BCHR, christof lehmann, conflict, Dr. Christof Lehmann, GCC, global security, human rights activists, human rights situation, Legal Reform, Middle East, Nabeel Rajab, nsnbc, nsnbc-nsnbc, Politics, Popular Unrest, rajab, Social Reform, Social Unrest | 6 Comments
Nigerias Economic Problem; Fuel Subsidies or Corruption ?
Posted on February 16, 2012 by nsnbc international
By Hilary Uguru Nigeria is one of the richest African nations with an annual GDP growth of 6.9% In spite of it´s wealth, Nigeria is ranking among the poorest on the UN Human Development Scale, and the average income is … Continue reading →
Posted in Africa, Analysis, Opinion | Tagged austerity measures, Corruption, economy, Fuel Subsidies, Hilary Uguru, Nepotism, Nigeria, nsnbc, Oil, Oil Cartels, Social Development, Social Unrest, west africa | Leave a comment