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The lastest Afronews is online! 31 January 2012

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TheAfroNews No. 3. 31st January 2012

COVER:
A girl child rights activist Betty Makoni’s call to break culture of silence on violence against women. Her new book “A Woman, Once a Girl – Breaking Silence“ transforms victims into leaders. She grants The AfroNews an exclusive interview on what it meant writing the book.

INTERVIEWS
1. Interview with Don Miller, model and musician.
2. Interview with Akua Boahemaa Boate, co-hostess of Ghana’s Most Beautiful Show

COMMUNITY:
Justice 4 Jay Abatan campaign holds vigil, renews call for justice

IMMIGRATION:
Refugee Council tells govt to end child detention now

COMMENTARY:
Mr. Patrick Vernon, Chief Executive of the Afiya Trust, tells how he used DNA in his genealogical research

And many more interesting news.

 

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Editor-in-chief: Stephen Ogongo Ongong'a

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