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By William Lloyd George, world.time Hopes that one of the Horn of Africa‘s longest running conflicts could soon come to an end foundered when peace talks between the Ethiopian government and ethnic Ogadeni rebels recently broke down. Due to the Ogaden National Liberation Front’s alleged ties with Eri...
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Nov 7th, 2012
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NewsRescue- In a recent book stoking up huge controversy, ‘there was a country’, written by Nigerian writer, Chinua Achebe; popular Yoruba leader, Awolowo and the Middle Belt General Gowon government as a whole, was accused of orchestrating a systematic genocide, via starvation of millions of Biafra ...
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Nov 7th, 2012
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  JOHANNESBURG, South Africa — Dozens of people were trapped and at least three people died when a multi-story shopping mall in the capital of Ghana collapsed shortly before opening Wednesday, according to Ghanaian authorities. About 23 people had been rescued and four died, according to news r...
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By Akukwe Obinna There is no doubt that political thuggery is the root cause of escalation of Boko Haram terrorism. Recently the terrorist group gave conditions for ceasefire and talks with the Nigerian Government . Part of the conditions, according to their spokesman, Abu Ibn Abdulaziz, who spoke to...
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Nov 7th, 2012
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Johannesburg – President Jacob Zuma congratulated US President Barack Obama on his re-election Wednesday, urging the US to continue playing a positive role in Africa. “We value our relations with the United States and look forward to strengthening bilateral co-operation in the years to come,” Z...
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Nov 7th, 2012
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Barack Obama’s step-grandmother led celebrations in his ancestral Kenyan homeland today as he rolled to re-election and a second term in the White House. Meanwhile children at his old school in Jakarta celebrated in their classrooms as the results were announced. Sarah Onyango Obama was seen si...
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Ghana’s 2012 Presidential Election: Lack of Enviro Clear Skin Program – Acne Cure, Superb Conversion Rate 50% Commission nmental Vision and Policy Ghanaians vote in less than a month to elect a president to lead the nation into a middle class society by 2015. While more has been said and promis...
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WASHINGTON: From a suspected Israeli airstrike in Sudan to cyber warfare in the Gulf and a drone shot down over Israel, the largely hidden war between Iran and its foes seems heating up and spreading. Despite months of speculation, most experts and governments believe the risk of a direct Israeli str...
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Gaza, (Alresalah.ps)—Sudan vice president stated Sunday that sudan  will not stop supporting Palestinian resistance of  Hamas despite Israeli “aggression,”. Remarks of sudanise offcial came  less than two weeks after Israel bombed a plant in the Sudanese capital. A blast at Khartoum’...
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Tsegaye Tegenu Public deficit, trade imbalance, macro-economic instability, food insecurity, structural unemployment, lack of physical infrastructure facilities, changes in the absolute size of the population (adding two million people over the country every year) and the consequent outmigration and ...