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The trial in Tunisia of three Femen activists who staged a topless protest has been opened and adjourned until next...
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Death has returned to the streets of Benghazi. According to one medical source at least 25 have been killed and...
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South Africa waits anxiously for more news on the health of former President Nelson Mandela, admitted to hospital on Saturday...
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‘Serious but stable’ remains the only news on Nelson Mandela’s condition. Officials are yet to provide an update on the...
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By Bolaji Adebiyi, Daily Trust opinion “The fact that you present something at the Governor’s Forum does not mean that all of us are bound by decisions if we express our disagreements,” Babatunde Fashola, Governor of Lagos State-Vanguard, March 6, 2013 Sometime ago in an interventio...
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The frequency of fire outbreaks in public facilities over the past few weeks has erupted varied concerns and speculations among the Ghanaian public. At the centre of most discussions, is the attempt of unravelling the cause of what has become a major liability to the state. Similar to having twenty m...
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By Zechariah Manyok Biar In his usual emotional way of dealing with important national and international issues, the President of the Republic of the Sudan Field Marshal Omer al Bashir announced in a rally on June 8, 2013 that he has ordered his Minister of Petroleum to block the flow of oil from the...
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May 2013 was just another humdrum month in Libya. It witnessed more deadly explosions, a prolonged siege of government ministries, the disappearance of a popular militia leader, the closure of the Sebha airport by militiamen as retaliation, a declaration of Cyrenaica’s semi-autonomy by self-styled pr...
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Ndi igbos say “Nwunye anyi, nwunye anyi”: ka ndeli bia ka anyi mara onye o bu nwunye ya.["Our wife, our wife": come midnight and we will know whose wife she really is.]This week my admonition bothers on one of those many topics we don’t want to talk about it yet its there and we are...
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Meles Zenawi is dead. Meles Zenawi is alive. I am afraid in our case both statements are true. We saw the tyrant being buried or placed six foot under and the extraordinary sendoff orchestrated by his politburo in living color. The whole country was on stand still for a week or so to bury the [&helli...