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In East Africa
Feb 2nd, 2013
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press release On-going armed conflicts and insurgency make Syria and Somalia the world’s most dangerous places for journalists, according to the annual figures on journalist deaths compiled by the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA). Sixty-eight journalists and other ...
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In Soccer
Jan 27th, 2013
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Nicolas Anelka is set to join Juventus on a short-term deal, according to the club’s director general Giuseppe Marotta. Anelka will reportedly undergo a medical on Monday to allow the Shanghai Shenhua striker to sign a five-month deal, coinciding with the Chinese off-season. Marotta told Sky Italia: ...
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In Niger
Jan 18th, 2013
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Police investigators at the residence of the ambassador of Niger, in Ukkel-Uccle, Brussels. Picture: Nicolas Maeterlick Source: AFP Issaka Djibo, 61, and his wife, Fatouma, 50, were found dead in their bedroom by their daughter. NIGER’S ambassador to Belgium and his wife have been found dead at...
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In East Africa
Jan 12th, 2013
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France has said one of its soldiers and an intelligence agent have been killed in a failed hostage rescue attempt in Somalia. The agent, who is code-named Denis Allex and was captured by militants in 2009, died in the fighting with Islamists overnight, the French government said. However, the Al Shab...
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In World News
Oct 22nd, 2012
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Who is Mitt Romney? Willard Mitt Romney is an American businessman and the Republican Party’s nominee for president of the United States in the 2012 election . He served as the 70th governor of Massachusetts from 2003 to 2007. Mitt was born on March 12, 1947, and is the youngest child of automo...
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In Nigeria
Oct 19th, 2012
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JON GAMBRELL, huffingtonpost “There Was a Country: A Personal History of Biafra” (The Penguin Press), by Chinua Achebe Before Nigerian author Chinua Achebe became a famous writer, he was a journalist first, rewriting radio scripts for the state-run broadcaster. That terse, reportorial sty...
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In Article
Oct 18th, 2012
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By; Kiflu Hussain Despite repetitive adverts of a documentary and even its screening on Aljazeera titled “Struggle over Nile,” it’s a couple of days ago that I managed to watch it. My first attraction to the documentary stemmed from the fact that I am a denizen of Ethiopia from where flows, according...
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In Article
Oct 17th, 2012
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Dele Meiji Fatunla This year’s launch of the Mo Ibrahim Index on Governance and the Mo Ibrahim Prizefor leadership was full of signs and signals. In a signal that it wanted to engage more with governments, the foundation appointed Abdoulie Janneh, former executive secretary of the Economic Commission...
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Oct 4th, 2012
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By Ahmed Badawi Divorce with kids involved is often a painful affair. But once the recriminations have been cast and the tears have dried, the two protagonists, it’s hoped, will work together for a common good: providing their children – and themselves – with a stable environment to move on and thriv...
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Oct 3rd, 2012
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By: Jim Kouri  On Tuesday during an appearance on Fox News Channel, House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Pete King again urged United Nations Ambassador Susan Rice to resign over her comments on Sunday, Sept. 16, 2012, talk shows regarding the Libyan attacks being the result of a protest agains...