On the afternoon of the 10th April, 1993 anti-apartheid leader Chris Hani pulled up out outside his home in Boksburg, a quiet suburb of Johannesburg. ...
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How do we begin to change human behavior around the globe to convince our leaders to stop and help in Zimbabwe?
What we have seen over the years is complete disregard of human rights in Africa, as dictator after dictator has ridden roughshod over their countrymen while others stand by the sidelines, with wide bemused grins.
Here in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, I'm seeing first hand that all those reports about how excited Africans are about Obama have not been exaggerated.
What I am asking is whether Barack Obama will use his rapidly growing international credibility and speak out against the cruelties perpetrated by Mugabe and his henchman.
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