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Egypt: 683 alleged Islamists to death

Posted by admin on April 28, 2014

Egypt: 683 alleged Islamists to death

An Egyptian court has sentenced 683 alleged Islamists including Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed Badie to death

Tutu ‘glad’ Mandela not alive to see today’s S.Africa

Posted by admin on April 28, 2014

Tutu ‘glad’ Mandela not alive to see today’s S.Africa

Nobel Peace Laureate Desmond Tutu has said in an interview published he is glad Nelson Mandela is not alive to witness the current state of South Africa.

Death toll in DR Congo train crash rises to 74

Posted by admin on April 28, 2014

Death toll in DR Congo train crash rises to 74

The toll in a train crash in DR Congo last week was raised to 74 dead on Sunday, the country’s health minister said.

South Africa celebrates 20 years since apartheid

Posted by admin on April 27, 2014

South Africa celebrates 20 years since apartheid

President Jacob Zuma led celebrations Sunday on the 20th anniversary of post-apartheid democracy in South Africa, insisting it is closer to its dream of a multi-racial nation despite stubborn inequality, poverty and corruption.

Egypt’s Sisi urges ‘unprecedented’ turnout in May poll

Posted by admin on April 27, 2014

Egypt’s Sisi urges ‘unprecedented’ turnout in May poll

Egypt’s former army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi on Sunday urged an “unprecedented” turnout in a May presidential election he is expected to win almost 11 months after ousting the elected leader.

1,300 Muslims quit Bangui, deepening C.Africa’s religious divide

Posted by admin on April 27, 2014

1,300 Muslims quit Bangui, deepening C.Africa’s religious divide

Some 1,300 Muslims fearing attack by mainly Christian militias left the Central African capital Bangui on Sunday under heavy guard, deepening the religious divide in the strife-torn country.

Ship brings US-donated food to help Sudan’s displaced

Posted by admin on April 27, 2014

Ship brings US-donated food to help Sudan’s displaced

A ship loaded with US-donated food that arrived in Sudan on Sunday will help to feed about 300,000 people uprooted by fighting this year in the Darfur region, the UN said.

How 14-year-old girl beat Museveni’s security ring

Posted by admin on April 27, 2014

How 14-year-old girl beat Museveni’s security ring

Bridget Atwijukire, the 14-year-old pupil of Kanyaryeru Primary School in Kiruhura District who beat President Museveni’s security and delivered to him a letter

Continent told to fight illicit flow of money

Posted by admin on April 26, 2014

Continent told to fight illicit flow  of money

African governments have been urged to work together to stem the illicit flow of money in and out of countries, contributing to drug trafficking, terrorism as well as depriving them of profits from their natural resources.

Alarm as South Sudan and C. Africa crises morph into virtual genocides

Posted by admin on April 26, 2014

Alarm as South Sudan and C. Africa crises morph into virtual genocides

Just weeks after Rwanda and the world marked the 20th anniversary of the genocide that shocked the world during the final decade of the last century