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In Eritrea
Sep 24th, 2013
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Father of Jennah Bawa described the terrorists as ‘animals … using religion as an excuse to kill people’ 13 23.57 BST Louis Bawa with his daughter Jennah, who was killed in the attack on the mall in Nairobi. Photograph: Newsteam The father of an eight-year-old girl who was one of at...
By IndepthAfrica
In East Africa
Mar 4th, 2013
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Uhuru Kenyatta, Kenya’s deputy prime minister, is ahead of his rival Raila Odinga with more than 10 per cent of ballots in from polling stations in the country’s presidential election, but it was still too early to predict the outcome. Kenyan Presidential candidate Uhuru Kenyatta casts hi...
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Dec 8th, 2012
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Andrew Kenny Andrew Kenny asks what it is that drives the often obsessive hostility to homosexuality   THE HOMOSEXUAL MYSTERY What have Fidel Castro, Robert Mugabe, American Tea Party conservatives, Islamic extremists and Ugandan Bishops got in common? They all share, or shared, an obsessive hos...
By IndepthAfrica
In South Africa
Dec 7th, 2012
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The 490-page study lays bare the scale of Mr Zuma’s reliance on numerous benefactors – including Nelson Mandela who sent him R1m (£72,000) – in the period when he was deputy president until 2005. Chief among the donors was Schabir Shaik, a Durban businessman who served as his financial adviser ...
By IndepthAfrica
In Central Africa
Nov 22nd, 2012
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On his first full day as a master of the city of Goma and its 800 000 fearful inhabitants, Colonel Vianey Kazarama of the M23 insurgents did his best to sound reassuring “We Congolese have begun our liberation,” he told a gathering of policemen the morning after his rebels had defied the ...
By IndepthAfrica
In Article
Sep 12th, 2012
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By Richard Spencer, Middle East Correspondent and Areesh Saeed in Benghazi,telegraph.co.uk Chris Stevens had travelled to Benghazi this week to open an American cultural centre, a fitting reminder of the friendships he forged there during the Libyan uprising against Colonel Muammar Gaddafi. By Tuesda...
By IndepthAfrica
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Aug 29th, 2012
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By Kofi Thompson Today, dear reader, I am sharing an article posted on the online version of the UK newspaper, The Telegraph – at 7:26PM BST, on 27 August, 2012 – by John Longworth, who is Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce. Entitled “Creating a business bank is th...
By IndepthAfrica
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Jul 11th, 2012
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Britain and the EU are preparing to lift sanctions on Robert Mugabe and his closest henchmen in an effort to persuade the Zimbabwean President into holding free and fair elections. A review of the measures that have banned the 88-year old Mr Mugabe, his military allies and key officials, from travel ...
By IndepthAfrica
In Morocco
Feb 18th, 2012
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Unbeknownst to Amine el-Khalifi, the explosive vest and the submachine gun he reportedly intended to use were fakes, supplied to him during a sting operation, and which police said never posed any danger. The 29-year-old was arrested in the lower level of an underground car park in an alleyway next t...
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In World News
Feb 18th, 2012
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Dealing with the Iranian nuclear programme is a “crisis coming down the tracks” which could lead to military conflict in the Middle East, the Foreign Secretary warns. In an interview with The Daily Telegraph, the Foreign Secretary says that Iran is threatening to spark a nuclear arms race in the Midd...