News:Virtual Citizenship for Refugees: A Proposal

News:Virtual Citizenship for Refugees: A Proposal

There are now more than 60 million displaced people in the world. Of these nearly 20 million are refugees or asylum seekers, whose prospects are governed by the United Nations Convention on Refugees of 1951, designed in the aftermath of WWII to protect people unable to return to their country of origin. Refugees are distinguished from other groups of people, such as so-called economic migrants, who seek entry to another state and refugee status is…

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NEWS:OEAS to Biafrans, Cabindans and Southern Cameroonians, Consider Arming Yourselves

NEWS:OEAS to Biafrans, Cabindans and Southern Cameroonians, Consider Arming Yourselves

Washington DC: Due to the current wave of unrest in Southern Cameroons and the release of the Amnesty International report on extra judicial killings in Biafra, the OEAS make an important announcement to all its friends and supporters in West Africa: The OEAS calls on Biafrans, Cabindans and Southern Cameroonians (Ambazonians) in the name of national self-determination to now consider and take up total armed resistance and self-defense.  The OEAS expresses no confidence in the…

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Mazi Ike Ekweremadu writes US Congress, EU Parliament, foreign missions

Mazi Ike Ekweremadu writes US Congress, EU Parliament, foreign missions

Nigeria deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, has written a two page letter to the Colonia masters and leaders of free nations the United Nations, European Union, United States’ Congress, European Union (EU) Parliament, governments of United States, United Kingdom and other foreign missions, over what he described as an attempt to truncate Nigeria’s democracy, clamp down on opposition and silence him as the leader and highest ranking member of the opposition in the country, all…

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