La crise des réfugiés et des migrations dans l'Union européenne

Alors que les États membres de l'Union européenne (UE) se préparent à se rendre prochainement aux urnes pour renouveler le Parlement Européen (PE), qui compte 751 membres, ce qui a longtemps été surnommé la crise des réfugiés et de la migration continue de figurer parmi les principales actualités de divers médias États membres de l'Union (EMUE).

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The Urgency of the Venezuelan Political and Economic Crisis

Relevant Considerations for African and African Diaspora Working Classes

By James Counts Early

The ideological and political struggle among Venezuelans, and the country’s economic crisis have become the center of the hemispheric and global contestation over governance power and self-determination. Most critics of the elected Venezuelan President, Nicolás Maduro, denounce him as the main problem facing Venezuela, and his removal from office as the sole objective and solution. 

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Birth and Challenges of Nollywood

By Emeka-Rollas Ejezie

Although the history of Nigeria’s film industry dates back to 1903, featuring mainly distribution of imported films by Indians and Lebanese, the first Nigerian filmmakers, such as Ola Balogunand Hubert Ogunde appeared in the 1960s. But they were frustrated by the high cost of production. But in 1992, Nigeria's home video industry, popularly known as Nollywood, made a dynamic debut with the release of Living in Bondage, an Igbo movie, produced by Ken Nnebue.

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