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Oct 25th, 2012
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By Zechariah Manyok Biar Why do you think, here in South Sudan, people standing in line waiting for their turn to exchange their money create second and third or more lines against the directives of officials operating the Exchange Forex Bureau? Why do you think people driving on Juba roads block veh...
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By Soni Daniel, Vanguard Abuja — A senior member of the inner bar, Chief Chris Uche (SAN) said, yesterday, that it would be difficult for Nigeria to win the current war against corruption given intrinsic relationship between politics and graft. Uche said in an exclusive interview with Vanguard that n...
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Oct 25th, 2012
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By Tesfa-Alem Tekle (ADDIS ABABA) – Ethiopia’s acting foreign minister, Berhane Gebrekirstos, held separate talks with Sudanese foreign minister, Ali Ahmed Karti, and South Sudan’s foreign affairs and international cooperation minister, Nhial Deng Nhial. JPEG – 13.9 kb Sudanese foreign mi...
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Entehabu Berhe The dilemma of narrowing and bridging the yawning gap between diaspora opposition (here in after referred to as “diasposition”) politics and the realities on the ground has never been more challenging. It is apparent that diasposition politicians remain cloistered in a reality of their...
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Oct 25th, 2012
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By Berhane Kahsay, Things are not looking up for the ostracized Eritrean dictator who has been at the apex of the EPLF since the 70’s. His reign is slowly but surely coming to an end and this fact seems to have finally dawned on the recluse President and appears to be preparing the ground for [&helli...
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Oct 25th, 2012
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TPLF’s Terror Will Not Deter Genuine Demand For Freedom OROMO LIBERATION FRONT, Press Release The TPLF – EPRDF government has stayed and continues to stay on the shoulders of Ethiopia peoples at gun point. Extra-judicial killings, mass arrest and torture have been the hall-mark of the TPLF government...
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Oct 25th, 2012
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mulberry bag But it won’t be, will it A 23yearold Lodi man was charged with slamming a Hoboken woman into a Jeep during a scuffle after the woman’s friend accused the man of stealing her expensive purse early Saturday morning, according to police reports.This outfit comes with flared pant...
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WINDHOEK – Zambia yesterday celebrated 48 years of independence from the United Kingdom, a period which saw Africa’s top copper producer being led by five different heads of state belonging to different political parties. Ambassadors, high commissioners and Namibian parliamentarians yesterday t...