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Israel can give more than aliyah to the Diaspora – opinion – The Jerusalem Post

| October 17, 2021

Last week, the first state visit of President Isaac Herzog took place in Kyiv during which he met with President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky and took part in commemoration ceremonies dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the tragedy in Babyn Yar.

Pangea Trust to host forum on diaspora remittances in Kenya – The Star, Kenya

| October 17, 2021

A local venture capital firm Pangea Trust is set a forum to deepen discussions on how best to unlock and explore diaspora remittances.

Government rules out talks with banned diaspora – Colombo Gazette

| October 17, 2021

By Easwaran Rutnam The Government has ruled out talks with banned Tamil diaspora groups but will instead look at engaging with others. President Gotabaya Rajapaksa had told UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres during his recent visit to the UN that internal issues of Sri Lanka should be resolved through an internal mechanism of the country and that the Tamil Diaspora would be invited for discussions in this regard

What Covid-19 has revealed about the New Zealand diaspora – The Spinoff

| October 17, 2021

For the first time in a very long time, more New Zealanders are coming home than are leaving. Paul Spoonley looks at what else we can learn about our diaspora through our pandemic response. Christmas is coming which would normally mean a surge in arrivals from overseas.

The front lines of antisemitism are in the Diaspora, not in Israel – Haaretz

| October 7, 2021

One of the subjects discussed with great passion in media outlets in the past Jewish year, 5781, and especially of late, is antisemitism.

Imagine the power of the Black diaspora if we truly united globally – Yahoo News

| October 7, 2021

OPINION: The need for Black unity on a global scale could not be any clearer. The 21st century whippings of Haitian people in Texas are proof of that.

Party Demands Registration of All Kenyans in the Diaspora as Voters – Mwakilishi.com

| October 7, 2021

United Green Movement (UGM) party has opposed plans by IEBC to register Kenyans in only 11 countries to take part in the 2022 general election. The party termed the commissions decision to enroll diaspora voters in select countries as discriminatory and illegal, adding that all Kenyans abroad are entitled to vote because it is their democratic right.

The brief: `London Mansions; Increased pressure; Igbos in Diaspora – Daily Trust

| October 7, 2021

There is increased pressure on President Muhammadu Buhari to probe one of his key allies and other Nigerians fingered in Pandora papers. Still on the latest leaks of financial documents in the world, Pandora Papers, has uncovered how Senator Stella Oduah secretly paid N5b cash to acquire mansions in London.

Afenifere in Diaspora backs southern govs on anti-open grazing laws, others – Guardian

| October 7, 2021

The Afenifere in the United Kingdom (UK) and Europe has backed the southern governors on anti-open grazing laws, resolution on Value Added Tax (VAT) and quest to produce the next President of Nigeria in 2023. In a statement by its Secretary, Anthony Ajayi, the group submitted: We urge southern governors to further explore more areas to deepen democracy and enhance the frontiers of true federalism in Nigeria. Since the northern governors hold the belief that they are the majority in Nigeria, they should use their population advantage to develop their region and stop the malicious statement that the judgment of the Federal high Court on VAT is questionable.

UGM party says IEBC should register all Kenyans in the diaspora to vote – Capital FM Kenya

| October 7, 2021

NAIROBI, Kenya Oct 4 United Green Movement (UGM) party has protested plans by the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) to enrol Kenyans in select countries to take part in the 2022 General Election. The party said all Kenyans across the world are entitled to vote back home and should be given a chance to do so because it is their democratic right. Augustine Neto, a co-party leader of UGM said the move by the electoral body to list new voters from 6 countries over and above the five listed in the 2017 election will deny hundreds of thousands of voters in the other countries a chance to exercise their right as enshrined in the Constitution.


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