Blog entries from: Voice Of The Oppressed

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November 3 2014

From Voice Of The Oppressed Mon Nov 3 2014, 17:00:27

Though the name is not so catchy- not like 'Facebook' or 'Twitter', Tsu (pronounced 'sue') is the future of social networking. Co-founders of Tsu ( are Sebastian Sobczar, Drew Gingsburg and Thibault Boullenger. It was launched on the 21st of...

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November 2 2014

From Voice Of The Oppressed Sun Nov 2 2014, 14:26:43

Source: Al Jazeera Military power grab after President Compaore's resignation prompts rallies in capital and international condemnation The army takeover in Burkina Faso after President Blaise Compaore's resignation has prompted protests in the capital and international condemnation. Thousands of people...

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October 3 2014

From Voice Of The Oppressed Fri Oct 3 2014, 09:52:38

Africa is the second largest continent in the world. It is also world's second most populous continent and regarded as the poorest continent. There are 47 nations in Africa, led by different leaders who have been ruling for several decades....

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June 8 2014

From Voice Of The Oppressed Sun Jun 8 2014, 19:58:26

By Neba-Fuh There comes a time in every generation that in the midst of the oppressed, a leader emerges with the non- insignificant goal of articulating the plight of the oppressed and chastising a thieving oppressing regime with raw courage....

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May 15 2014

From Voice Of The Oppressed Thu May 15 2014, 21:32:20

By Christof Lehmann nsnbc international The mass kidnapping of Nigerian schoolgirls by Boko Haram is only the tip of on iceberg of slavery in Africa. Slavery and trafficking is more often than not tied to conflicts in which core NATO...

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May 7 2014

From Voice Of The Oppressed Wed May 7 2014, 18:17:46

Source: Nigerian Watch Former Vice Presidential Candidate and Save Nigeria Group convener Pastor Tunde Bakare has urged President Goodluck Jonathan to threaten war with Cameroon, Chad and Niger if they do not produce the 234 girls abducted from Borno State...

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