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Aug 26th, 2013
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Rivers State Governor, Mr. Rotimi Amaechi | credits: www.thisdaylive.com THE Rivers State Peoples Forum has said that, for peace to return to the state, the Minister of State for Education, Chief Nyesom Wike, cannot give conditions to the Governor Rotimi Amaechi. Wike had, during an interaction with ...
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Aug 18th, 2013
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El-Rufai The Presidency on Saturday said 70 per cent of members of the newly registered All Progressives Congress were those the Peoples Democratic Party had rejected. The, APC, it added  was destined to fail because the emergence  was based on  personal hatred  for President Goodluck Jonathan even w...
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Jul 29th, 2013
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By Ogbuefi Blogs Suppose you need to have surgery for a life-threatening illness. You would want to have the utmost confidence in the surgeon, since your life will be in his hands. Would it not be prudent to review his record of experience? Similarly, it is wise to examine religion carefully. If you ...
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Feb 3rd, 2013
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By Ramzy Baroud The British security firm G4S is set to rake in massive profits thanks to crises in Mali, Libya and Algeria. Recognized as the world’s biggest security firm, the group’s brand plummeted during the London Olympics last year due to its failure to satisfy conditions of a government contr...
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Jan 31st, 2013
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PAUL ROGERS The combination of western advance and rebel retreat in northern Mali echoes the initial phase of the anti-Taliban campaign in Afghanistan. Britain’s upgraded military commitment makes the parallel even more acute. France’s military operation to take control of the last main t...
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Oct 21st, 2012
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by Teshome Debalke When Ethiopians is reduced to the imaginations half-baked intellectuals in the service of ethnic tyranny we shouldn’t pretend to be blind not to see the crises. That is not all; when the rest of our contemporary intellectuals that supposedly should guide us in the right direction a...
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Oct 4th, 2012
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“Safety and Protection of the Humanitarian Agencies and Staff: A Vital Humanitarian Concern” by A Yakume   1.      Humanitarian Crisis in the Ogaden Region Somali region (Ogaden) is Ethiopia’s ‘own Darfur, where government runs war and organized human genocide, and blocks food aid deliver...
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Oct 3rd, 2012
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Marishka Van Steenbergen, guardian.co.uk, UN report on ageing highlights how traditional practices have resulted in the deaths of thousands of older women Nyamizi, a 73-year-old widow from Sukumaland, Tanzania, was returning home from work one night when she was attacked by a man with a machete. He c...
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Jul 29th, 2012
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Aleksandr SHUSTOV By the end of July the situation in the Mountaneous Badakhshan (Gorno-Badakhshan) autonomous region abruptly exacerbated. Gordo-Badakhshan is a highland area in the south-eastern part of Tajikistan, making up almost a half (45%) of the territory. The region was a stronghold of the T...
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Jul 29th, 2012
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Nil NIKANDROV On July 26 1953 in the morning a group of revolutionaries led by Fidel Castro stormed the Moncada barracks in Santiago de Cuba. The first attack against the Fulgencio Batista’s dictatorship failed, but a signal to start fighting the regime was sounded. A few years passed and a small gro...