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Oct 18th, 2012
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BBC Report A year after the capture and violent death of former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi on 20 October 2011, what has happened to his remaining family and members of his inner circle? Three of Gaddafi’s sons were killed in the uprising, including former National Security Adviser Mutassim G...
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Oct 18th, 2012
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Four years after the worst political crisis since it gained independence in 1963, pre-election tensions are mounting in Kenya. Writer Gray Phombeah believes the country is set for more bloody clashes amid the polling. In what some see as a flashback to the horrors of Kenya’s post-election violence of...
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Oct 18th, 2012
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Zimbabwe’s Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai is working on an out-of-court settlement with an ex-lover who he dumped to marry another woman, lawyers said on Thursday. Locardia Karimatsenga Tembo had gone to a civil court demanding $15 000 per month for her maintenance from Tsvangirai following h...
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By Diana Mpyisi, The New Times opinion At the beginning of this month, in 1990, a group of young Rwandan men and women began a struggle to end a regime which was based on divisionism, ethnicity, genocide ideology, amongst other things. Most of these people were younger than I am now. Armed mostly wit...
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In Eritrea
Oct 18th, 2012
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PRESS RELEASE Resolve Ogaden Coalition urges ONLF and the Ethiopia government to revive stalled peace talks               Resolve Ogaden Coalition is disappointed to learn that peace talks between the Ogaden National Liberation Front and the Ethiopian government have come to a standstill, as a result...
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Sadly, Turatsinze is the latest innocent victim of this dangerous regime due to knowing too much about what really goes on inside the Rwandan Government. Theogene Turatsinze (WASHINGTON DC) – Holding too much information and working closely with the government in Rwanda can be a lethal combinat...
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Oct 18th, 2012
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By; Kiflu Hussain Despite repetitive adverts of a documentary and even its screening on Aljazeera titled “Struggle over Nile,” it’s a couple of days ago that I managed to watch it. My first attraction to the documentary stemmed from the fact that I am a denizen of Ethiopia from where flows, according...
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In Rwanda
Oct 18th, 2012
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KIGALI — Rwanda’s Supreme Court on Thursday rejected a suit filed by a leading opposition figure challenging one of the laws being used to prosecute her for allegedly denying the 1994 genocide. Victoire Ingabire, who has been in custody for two years accused of bankrolling terrorism as well as ...
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In Djibouti
Oct 18th, 2012
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By BEN HARTMAN Photo: Ben Hartman Fearing a wave of impending arrests by Israeli authorities, around a hundred Eritrean migrants rallied outside the Kirya military headquarters in Tel Aviv on Thursday, to protest the construction of a Negev detention facility for African migrants, and Israel’s ...
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Oct 18th, 2012
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UNITED NATIONS—The UN General Assembly elected Rwanda, Argentina and Australia to the 15-national Security Council on Thursday for 2013 and 2014. Rwanda and Argentina were unopposed in their bids for the Africa seat and the Latin American and Caribbean seat, but needed to win a two-thirds majority of...