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Christina Okello
Journaliste passionnée du Moyen-Orient et de l'Afrique, et de tout autour/ RFI Journalist passionate about Middle East & Africa, & everything in between
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Christina Okello 16h
‘Anglophone prisoners are tired of fighting, so are the Cameroonian people,” says on prison revolt in in that saw dozens protest over poor conditions
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‘Anglophone prisoners in 's jail don't understand why they're being judged in the French language,' says opposition leader after inmates protest over conditions
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Christina Okello Jul 22
'People are posting videos of Arabs killing Africans with the photo of Mamoudou. Don't jump to conclusions,' says the aunt of a Guinean researcher who was killed before the African Cup of Nations final. via
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Christina Okello Jul 21
"Maya, une voix". Une très belle pièce sur la résilience d'une femme qui est devenue une icône américaine, dont le courage et le combat pour les droits civiques des Noirs nous touchent encore. Sa vie est incarnée…
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RFI English Jul 20
What's behind President Emmanuel Macron's courting of the African diaspora?
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Christina Okello Jul 19
Are 's protest leaders giving too much away in talks with the military? That's the opinion of a former Sudanese diplomat. Check out her interview
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Christina Okello Jul 19
Desperate times call for desperate measures say French senators. They have just approved a bill to go carbon-neutral by 2050 to respond to the climate emergency. via
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Christina Okello Jul 18
What's behind 's courting of 's diaspora ? And how will this spotlight on French blacks impact the ideal of equality for all? Check out my new series on the from past to present
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alison hird Jul 16
🇿🇦 Among Johnny Clegg’s many fans... Mandela .. Asimbonanga was an anti-apartheid hymn calling for Madiba’s release. 💪🏿
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Christina Okello Jul 17
Tonight I discussed issues of race and identity with a group of charming American students. And this time I was the one being interviewed :-) A very humbling experience.
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Christina Okello Jul 16
says does not have 'racist bone' in his body. Four congresswomen of colour he told to 'go back' home disagree, urge Americans not to be fooled by his 'divisive rhetoric' via
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Christina Okello Jul 16
'Trump's racist tweets against are an electoral tactic,' says expert , will only get worse ahead of as steps up anti-immigrant stance @IhlanMN
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alison hird Jul 11
🇫🇷 75 in 2019: how France is failing to protect its women via
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Christina Okello Jul 12
Light, water, weekend. / Le soleil, la Seine, le weekend à Statue de la Liberté (place de la Concorde)
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Christina Okello Jul 12
woos African 'the best ambassadors we have,' while 's Nana Akufo-Addo advocates their role in creating a new narrative on Africa. The diaspora, the new darling of & the world? Join the debate # via
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Christina Okello Jul 11
Reporting for duty at the Elysee palace. After the glamour, the grind to get the story out. / Ici, présent ! En reportage à l'Elysée. Après le côté glamour place…
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Christina Okello Jul 11
"We have an opportunity to build a new relationship, if we raise the consciousness about who we are," says President Nana Akufo-Addo, that means recognizing "our multiple identities" says 's Macron as they address the African Diaspora.
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Christina Okello Jul 11
France's Macron welcomes Ghana's leader Nana Akufo-Addo at the Elysee to talk with the African Diaspora. / Le Président Macron accueille son homologue ghanéen Nana Akufo-Addo pour parler avec les diasporas africaines
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Christina Okello Jul 9
Midnight and still smiling despite the fatigue. To all the amazing people out there slugging it out and trying to give life to their projects, keep going. The best is yet to come.
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Christina Okello Jul 9
"For years, the black maid in Olympia, the famed painting by French painter Edouard Manet, went unnoticed. This woman was emblematic of the condition of the Diaspora. I wanted to do something about it." Denise…
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