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2015/05/23 13:48
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KINSHASA, Congo (AP) — Congo’s national electoral commission says it has updated the country’s electoral list to reassure voters ahead of local and provincial elections this year. Flavien Misoni,...
2015/05/23 13:48
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2015/05/23 12:09
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Patients wait at a makeshift clinic “People have nothing to eat, nowhere to sleep, no food, no way to cook and no clothes to wear,” he said, eyeing the rope and dusty patch of no-man’s land that...
2015/05/20 19:29
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Pierre Nkurunziza is neither the first nor the only head of state in Africa's Great Lakes region to seek another term of office against provisions of the constitution. Uganda's Yoweri Museveni...
2015/05/18 21:05
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... can play an incredibly important role in students' lives," state Sen. Alberta Darling (R-River Hills) and Rep. John Nygren (R-Marinette) said after the votes. "Not only do they teach our...
2015/05/18 14:30
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The arrest in Tanzania of the elusive Jamil Mukulu, leader of the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) should bring to a close almost 20 years of the group's quiet terror not only in Uganda but in the...
2015/05/15 11:29
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Pierre Nkurunziza is the latest in a string of African presidents refusing to step down when the constitution says their time in office is up. His announcement on April 25 that he would seek...
2015/05/15 02:20
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The Age, News, picture by Justin McManus. 14/05/2015. County Court. Congolese men charged with offences including kidnapping and aggravated burglary. Pierre Mwamba Photo: Justin McManus A video...
2015/05/14 00:27
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Freedom of information violations: The elections connection Journaliste En Danger (JED) has called on the government of the Democratic Republic of Congo and the security and information services that...
2015/05/12 14:37
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Protesters fired at as Burundi unrest continues Published: 12 May 2015 10:09 PM Pierre Nkurunziza, the president of Burundi, whose bid for a third term in office has sparked protests and led to a...
2015/05/12 13:29
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Mathieu Ngudjolo, the first person to be acquitted by the International Criminal Court (ICC), was on Monday forcibly sent back to the Democratic Republic of Congo. The ICC and Dutch authorities...
2015/05/08 11:33
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Africa has several father to son presidents, but so has Asia–and the United States Last week, Togo, a country of 3.5 million people, voted for incumbent president Faure Gnassingbé for a third time....
2015/05/08 09:29
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THE whereabouts of a former Congolese militia member who was to seek political asylum in Kenya remain unknown. Mathieu Chui was scheduled to be deported from The Netherlands on May 1 to the...
2015/05/08 08:29
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Kinshasa — The Managing Director of the World Bank Group, Ms. Sri Mulyani Indrawati, will travel to the Democratic Republic of Congo from May 10 to 12, 2015. While in the country, she will meet with...
2015/05/06 06:43
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UNITED NATIONS — Suspected rebels ambushed a Tanzanian unit of U.N. peacekeepers in eastern Congo on Tuesday, killing two and wounding 13, the spokesman for the secretary-general said in a statement....
2015/05/05 22:09
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There is an urgent need for President Joseph Kabila to commit to the two-term limit contained within the constitution and ready himself to leave power. Consensus is also needed on key electoral...
2015/05/05 09:29
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Mere 'be-nice' appeals and marches will not address the root causes of xenophobia in South Africa. Jacob Zuma's ANC government is at fault not only for neoliberal, pro-corporate, job-killing policies,...
2015/05/04 15:36
2015/05/04 15:36
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Access, a global human rights group, has appealed to the United Nations and the African Union to intervene in the Burundian government's decision to block mobile social media amid protests aimed at...
2015/05/02 11:27
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Members of Senegalese anti-government youth movement Y'En A Marre, or ''We're Fed Up,'' chant slogans in Senegal's capital Dakar, February 16, 2012. DAKAR/KINSHASA (Reuters) - Four years after...
2015/04/30 19:29
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Access, a global human rights group, has appealed to the United Nations and the African Union to intervene in the Burundian government's decision to block mobile social media amid protests aimed at...
2015/04/30 16:50
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A riot policeman and military officers hold their position near civilians following recent clashes between protesters and riot-police against the decision made by Burundi's ruling CNDD-FDD party to...
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