Research on presidential gaffes suggest a president tripping and falling shouldn’t have much impact, but this is Zimbabwe, not the U.S.
Edgar Lungu, the ruling party candidate, won Zambia’s presidential by-election. But his biggest challenger, Hakainde Hichilema, has his eyes on 2016.
Sure, the IMF doesn’t deserve all of the blame, but it — and organizations like it — are not exactly blameless either.
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Despite focus on the vice president’s race, who takes power following Zambian President Michael Sata’s death is rather straightforward, given constitutional stipulations on succession.
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How alarmist, racist coverage of Ebola makes things worse. A dressing down of the latest #NewsweekFail.
Researchers found that African American protesters are more likely to draw police presence and that police are more likely to make arrests and use force and violence at such events.