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Senegal Names New Prime Minister

Mohamed Dionne, a close aide to Senegal’s president who once worked for the United Nations, was named the country’s new prime minister Sunday, two days after the resignation of his.

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Nigeria’s National Conference Proposes More States

The National Conference on Thursday adopted a recommendation of its Committee on Political Restructuring and Forms of Government for the creation of 18 new states in the country, as well.

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Speculation Grows on Zambia Leadership

Despite President Michael Sata’s allegedly poor health, his son Mulenga Sata is making an ambitious run at the presidency to become the chosen PF successor, sources tell Zambia Reports, including.

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AU to Grant Immunity to Sitting Leaders

The decision by the Assembly of the African Union (AU) to grant sitting African leaders immunity from prosecution for genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity is a backward step.

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Johannesburg Aims to Be Africa’s Greenest City

Johannesburg — Southern Africa’s biggest metropolis has big plans to become one of the continent’s greenest cities. With Addis Ababa, Cairo and Lagos, Johannesburg has joined the network of megacities.

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China launches $2 billion African Development Fund

The Government of China recently launched a $2 billion African Development Fund to be invested through the African Development Bank. This marks the first time the country is investing money.

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ECOWAS URGED MEMBERS TO DOUBLE EFFORT AGAINST TERRORISM

The Chairman of ECOWAS Council of Ministers and Ghana’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, Mrs. Hanna Tetteh has called on Member States to redouble efforts to stem the.

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World Leaders Criticize Egypt Over Journalists’ Jailing

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay expressed deep concern over a string of recent court decisions in Egypt, including the verdicts and heavy.

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U.S. Releases $575 million Suspended Funds to Egypt

The U.S. government has reportedly released about U.S.$575 million of suspended funds to Egypt. The Americans ‘froze’ some of the annual military aid they give the north African country following the.

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South Africa’s economy is in need of some serious attention – Amanda Jane Wilde

JOHANNESBURG, South-Africa /African Press Organization (APO)/ – Op-ed by Amanda Jane Wilde*, Managing Director & Company Guardian of Umsinsi Health Care With President Zuma’s State of the Nation address declaring strongly that.

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