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Between January 3 and January 20th I was in Uganda and Kenya. The main purpose for my visit was to visit my son Filip who was working at the University of Mbarara on the development of MRI equipment. Uganda needs to import MRI equipment at 3 million US dollars per machine, but most hospitals don’t...
The fight against terrorism is a common denominator between the national efforts of the African governments at the level of their domestic and foreign policies.  It has become, in effect, a “holy war” waged by the entire continent that it will continue until the final elimination of terrorism.
[First published on May 17, 2014 on the website of the Institute of Middle East Studies (IMES) in Lebanon. Republished with the permission of the author and IMES in Arab-West Report]
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