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2012-02-28 13:57:27 Ashanti POTAG Lays Down Tools [Ghanaian Chronicle] Kum - Academic work at the Kumasi Polytechnic (K-Poly) is expected to suffer yet another serious setback, following the decision by the teaching body to embark on a sit down strike, which began on Friday.

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Sunday, 10-04-15, 10:54Namibe - Police Officers Urged to Keep Order[ANGOP] Namibe -The acting National Police commander, chief commissioner Paulo de Almeida, Friday in southwestern Namibe province, urged the officers to do all in their command to keep public order and tranquillity in the country.
Sunday, 10-04-15, 10:54Angolan President Sends Condolence Message to Cuban Counterpart[ANGOP] Luanda -The Angolan President, José Eduardo dos Santos, last Thursday sent a condolence message to his Cuban counterpart, Raúl Castro, for the death of Jorge Risquet.
Sunday, 10-04-15, 10:53Uhuru Activities Launched[Times of Zambia] CHIEF Government Spokesperson Chishimba Kambwili has re-affirmed Government's determination to build an inclusive and prosperous nation as the country clocks 51 years of independence this month.
Sunday, 10-04-15, 10:52Diaspora Zambia Indaba Set for Next Week[Times of Zambia] AN indaba to address various concerns raised by Zambians in the Diaspora is scheduled to take place in Lusaka next week, Foreign Affairs Minister Harry Kalaba has said.
Sunday, 10-04-15, 10:48Somalia - Nine Die in Battle Between Gov't, Juba Soldiers[Shabelle] Heavy gun battle between government troops and Jubaland forces, has left at least nine people, including, soldiers dead and wounded several others outside Kismayo, officials said

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