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Jun 12th, 2013
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Special to WorldTribune.com CAIRO — In a surprise move, Sudan has broken away from Egypt in the latter’s campaign to stop a hydroelectric power plant along the Blue Nile. The regime of President Omar Bashir said Khartoum supports the so-called Great Renaissance Dam in Ethiopia. Sudanese officials sai...
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Jun 12th, 2013
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(Reuters) – Ethiopia dismissed Egyptian talk of military action against a giant dam it is building on the Nile as “psychological warfare”, and said on Tuesday it would defend itself and carry on with the work regardless. Bellicose rhetoric between two of Africa’s most populous...
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Jun 12th, 2013
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press release Tuesday, 11 June 2013, 2:36 pm Press Release: US State Department U.S. Mission to the United Nations: Remarks At a Security Council Briefing On Somalia AS DELIVERED Thank you, Mr. President, Minister Simmonds, for hosting this session and thank you, Deputy Secretary-General Eliasson, fo...
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WHY AFRICAN LEADERS ARE SO OBSESSED WITH RURAL DEVELOPMENT Africa will continue to be one of the most pertinent continents in the world with multifaceted people from different cultural backgrounds. Interestingly, the continent is blessed with innumerable natural resources such as crude oil, gold, coc...
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From being the world’s archetypal basket case for so long, suddenly Somalia is on the “road to stability” while donors and diplomats sing the praises of its new, untested government. The extensive African intervention in Somalia may have helped the country turn a corner, but it’s still too soon to te...