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2012-03-10 10:27:21 At Least 15 Million Face Sahel Food Shortages [UN News] The United Nations food agency today called for $69.8 million in additional funding to prevent a full-blown food and nutrition crisis from unfolding in Africa's Sahel region.

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Thursday, 09-03-15, 14:46Woods Against Benefits for NOCAL Ex-Officials[Inquirer] Former Public Works Minister, Attorney Samuel Kofi Woods, has reacted to President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf"s recent comments that she takes responsibility for the situation at the National Oil Company of Liberia (NOCAL).
Thursday, 09-03-15, 14:42Cameroon Draw With Senegal U-23 in Int'l Friendly[The Point] Cameroon on Tuesday were held to a 1-1 draw by Senegal U-23 team in an international friendly played in Dakar.
Thursday, 09-03-15, 14:23Fallen UPDF Soldiers Returned From Somalia[Observer] Uganda People's Defense Force Chief of Staff Brig Leopard Kyanda has vowed that Uganda will not stop fighting al-Shabaab militants until they free Somalia.
Thursday, 09-03-15, 13:37Govt Bans Film On Doctor Who Helps Rape Survivors[Al Jazeera] The Democratic Republic of Congo has banned a film about Congolese surgeon Denis Mukwege, who has treated thousands of women raped during conflict, the government said.
Thursday, 09-03-15, 13:30UN Human Rights Office 'Deeply Regrets' Resumption of Executions in Chad[UN News] Following the first executions in Chad since 2003, the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) today deeply regretted the resumption of the death penalty in that country and called for an official moratorium on its use.

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