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Maybelline enters the African beauty market with a powder designed specifically for darker skin...
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Secular Nida Party Takes Slight Early Lead[Deutsche Welle]As ballots are counted one day after Tunisia's parliamentary elections, the secular Nida Tunis party is slightly in the lead. It does not appear likely that any party will win an outright majority. read more...
Rebels, International Muslim Scholars Tell Al Bashir to Leave[Radio Dabanga]Addis Ababa / Doha / Cairo -The re-nomination of President Omar Al Bashir as presidential candidate for the upcoming April 2015 elections was criticised by the Sudanese rebels, as well as by the International Union of Muslim Scholars. The leader of the National Umma Party denounced the candidacy in a letter to the ruling National Congress Party (NCP). read more...
Namibia Officially Passes AWC Baton to Next Hosts Cameroon[New Era]Windhoek -Upon conclusion of the TN Mobile African Women's Championship in Windhoek on Saturday, President of the Namibia Football Association (NFA), John Muinjo, officially passed the Women Championship mantle to Cameroon as hosts of the next edition in 2016. read more...
Rwanda Government Forced to Switch Off BBC Signal[News of Rwanda]The demons cast by angry Rwandan women and genocide survivors must be tormenting BBC's newsroom in London. read more...
WHO Sending More Experts to Contain Ebola[CISA]Bamako -The World Health Organization (WHO) said it was sending more experts to Mali to help contain the outbreak after the country confirmed its first case of Ebola. read more...
Courtesy Call By East Africa Standby Force (easf) Council of Ministers - "Seychelles Committed to Fully Supporting the Mission of Easf"[Government of Seychelles]President James Alix Michel met with the Ministers of member countries of the Eastern Africa Standby Force (EASF) at State House yesterday. The delegates were in Seychelles for a two-day meeting together with local counterparts. read more...
Stamement By the Spokesperson On Today's Attack Against Egyptian Soldiers in the Sinai[PR Newswire]Brussels -"We condemn today's attack against Egyptian security personnel at a checkpoint in the Sinai. We regret the loss of life and express our deepest condolences to the families of the victims. read more...



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