South Africa's ruling to legalize Dagga: one month on
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In Africa, three countries have liberalized their cannabis laws. Medical marijuana is legal in Zimbabwe and Lesotho. And a month ago, South Africa's Constitutional Court ruled that people could smoke "Dagga" – as it's known there – in private.
French prosecutor recommends dropping probe of 1994 Rwanda president killing: source
A French prosecutor has recommended dropping charges against eight senior Rwandan officials, including the defense minister, who were being investigated over the death of president Juvenal Habyarimana in 1994, a judicial source told Reuters.
Ever been to Ghana? Tetteh Quarshie is the most amazing places to visit
Ever been to Ghana? Tetteh Quarshie is the most amazing places to visit. The best art market in Ghana, Tetteh Quarshie has some of the amazing art pieces that will make your day, from clothing's to furniture's all in one.
Haitians living in tents after quake kills at least 14
Haitians are living in tents, outside their damaged homes, after an earthquake hit the northern part of the island on Saturday (October 6), killing at least 14 people and sparking a scramble by rescue agencies to help residents of the worst-hit towns in the impoverished Caribbean country.
Bobi Wine describes his vision of a free Uganda
Ugandan opposition leader Bobi Wine tells DW about his dreams for social equality in his country. The pop star-turned-politician has built a large following with his message of hope, freedom and inclusivity - especially among Uganda's younger generation.