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By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Comments from so-called NDC functionaries urging President Mahama to boycott next Tuesday’s debate under the auspices of the Institute of Economic Affairs are annoying, to say the least. Leading the pack of those elements howling for a boycott is Alhaji Bature of the Alhaj n...
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Source: member // Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) NRC prefabricated shelter assembled and ready for mud plastering, which will be carried out by the beneficiaries themselves with support and supervision from NRC staff. Photo: NRC/Karoline Røsholm Eckroth The sounds of hammering, electric saw and Soma...
By IndepthAfrica
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Nov 15th, 2012
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Internet giant Google is threatening to sue a 23-year-old school dropout after he set up a jobseekers website and named it Doogle. Lawyers working on behalf of the world’s largest search engine, worth an estimated £160bn, wrote to South African-based Andries Maree Van Der Merwe ordering him to ...
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Alan W. Dowd The unfolding scandal surrounding former CIA Director David Petraeus has many layers, far more than we can see today. But even at this early hour, some things are clear. For ease of discussion, let’s put these things—“known knowns” as Don Rumsfeld would call them—under four broad heading...
By IndepthAfrica
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Nov 15th, 2012
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By Rick Esenberg The bar for scandals has been getting pretty high. When I was a kid, a president was forced from office because he tried to cover up illegal behavior by his subordinates. As Nixon put it, “mistakes were made” and they proved to be the end of him. He richly deserved it. Twenty-five [&...
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By Ben Nanaghan  On 1 November, 2012 the dreaded Islamic fundamentalist organization known as boko haram offered the olive branch through its second-in-command Abu Mohammed Ibn Abdulaziz in a telephone conference chat with journalists in Maiduguri, the  Borno State Capital. The faceless criminal also...
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Nov 15th, 2012
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By Jideofor Adibe, opinion It is no longer rumour. Hard-talking Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, President of Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) and founder of Word of Life Bible Church, has joined the elite league of Nigerians who own private jets. According to reports, Oritsejafor’s jet, marked N4...
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Nov 15th, 2012
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An Ethiopian official said the country’s government is close to lifting a ban on its nationals working in the UAE after reaching a labour agreement with authorities in the Emirates. The treaty, expected to be made public in the next two months, would guarantee a minimum wage and insurance for Ethiopi...
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Nov 15th, 2012
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By SARAH LYNCH, New York Times  African asylum seekers waited on the Egyptian side of the border fence with Israel in early September. The trip for those trying to cross from Egypt to Israel has become increasingly dangerous as criminal gangs in Sinai have taken migrants and asylum seekers hostage. W...