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Matthew Cassel | 17 Jan 2013 14:28 GMT
Kenyan CEO James Mworia, who is ranked sixth on
the Forbes list of young and powerful Africans, makes notes in a session.
Malian business manager Mema Beye gives his view
on what is holding the continent back.
Dr Mamphela Ramphele enlists the leaders’ help in promoting citizenship in their countries.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu gets ready for filming.
Lydie Hakizimana, a Rwandan entrepreneur, is
moved by the conversation with Archbishop Desmond Tutu, who is considered a living legend for many
The young leaders have made a pledge to the
Archbishop to form a network of change-makers spanning the continent. But how
will they do it?
Archbishop Desmond Tutu waves the young leaders
goodbye, having inspired them with his legacy and his advice.
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Environment, Europe, Sweden
Critics say the UK's home secretary is using Muslims as a 'political punchbag' in a bid to shore up right-wing support.
Human Rights, Politics, Racism
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Polio, Asia, Pakistan
Recent court ruling finds police unit not guilty of rounding up and executing 42 Muslim men during 1987 communal riots.
Human Rights, India, Asia
It is a source of sustenance but also of tension and new political realities are now increasing uncertainty.
Egypt, Sudan, Middle East
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Media, Edward Snowden, Security
The untold story of how the Lebanese community overcame the odds and found their place in multicultural Australia.
Asia Pacific, Australia, Lebanon
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