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2012-03-16 10:15:06 Activists Challenge Arms Shipment [AI London] The U.S. Navy's Military Sealift Command this afternoon insisted that a cargo of weapons with explosives on the ship MV Schippersgracht en route to Port Said would not be offloaded in any Egyptian port.

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Saturday, 08-23-14, 6:02CNE and Political Parties Discuss Codes of Conduct[AIM]Maputo -The chairperson of Mozambique's National Elections Commission (CNE), Abdul Carimo, on Wednesday urged all those involved in the general elections scheduled for 15 October, including the police, to make every effort to ensure that all citizens can participate freely in the election, as well as in the official election campaign, due to begin on 31 August.
Saturday, 08-23-14, 5:55Sasol Banyana Banyana Arrive in Zambia[SAFA]Sasol Banyana Banyana arrived safely in Lusaka, Zambia, on Thursday afternoon for their friendly match against the Zambian women's national team, She-polopolo.
Saturday, 08-23-14, 5:49Police Beat Youths Over Sata Comments[Zambia Reports]A joint team of Zambian police (paramilitary) and Zambia Army (Military) police today violently beat up a group of call boys in front of the Woodlands Shopping Mall bus stop for allegedly speculating about President Michael Sata's health.
Saturday, 08-23-14, 5:46Opposition Party Stirs Political Upheaval[Deutsche Welle]South Africa's parliament is to appoint a special committee to investigate lawmakers of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF). The party disrupted parliamentary proceedings.
Saturday, 08-23-14, 5:42Gunmen Kill Policemen[This Day]Gunmen have killed three Policemen at check point after Tilden Fulani Village in Toro Local Government Area of Bauchi State. The Bauchi State Police command Public Relations Officer DSP Haruna Mohammed said "I am yet to get details of the attack, but as soon as I do so, I will let you know please." THISDAY gathered from security sources and Toro local Government Officials that the incident occurred Thursday in the night between 10:30pm to 11:30pm.

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