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Shows featuring Ibiba Don Pedro

  • Berkeley Professor Among Wounded in Attack on Independent Newspaper in Niger Delta Nigeria3-10
    Insecurity continues to escalate in the oil-rich Niger Delta. On Wednesday morning, unidentified gunmen stormed the office of an independent weekly newspaper, the National Point. The paper is published by activist journalists and had recently reported on the alleged links between local politicians and criminal gangs. University of California, Berkeley, Professor Michael Watts was among the...
    July 26, 2007 | Story
  • NOBEL LAUREATES gather to discuss arms transfers.
    Nobel Laureates gathered to announce the unveiling of a new international code of coduct on arms transfers. Tape exerpt of Oscar Arias, former Costa Rican President and Nobel Peace Prize winner
    May 30, 1997 | Story