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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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Tuesday, 12-01-15, 13:46Rwanda Reinstates Ebola Checks After Liberia Reports New Cases[East African] Rwanda has issued a public notice that reinstates mandatory self-reporting for travellers from Ebola affected countries in the wake of new infections reported in Liberia.
Tuesday, 12-01-15, 13:38Sarr Eyes Semis Berth Against Tunisia[CAF] Senegal Assistant coach, Badara Sarr has a place at the semis in mind ahead of their Group A Day Two clash against Tunisia on Tuesday, 1 December 2015 at the Leopold Sedar Senghor Stadium, Dakar.
Tuesday, 12-01-15, 13:13Aids Day Highlights Need to Fix Patents Law[News24Wire] The country's patent law is yet again under the microscope in light of World Aids Day and following the recent shortage of HIV medicine Lopinavir/Ritonavir (LPV/r), which is a life-line for nearly 10% of the country's approximately 3 million people on HIV treatment.
Tuesday, 12-01-15, 13:12Kabore Elected President of Burkina Faso in Milestone Election[Deutsche Welle] Roch Marc Christian Kabore has won Burkina Faso's presidential election, officials said. The result follows a year of turmoil that saw the West African country's former leader deposed, and the military attempt a coup.
Tuesday, 12-01-15, 13:10Da Gama Makes 6 Changes for Zambia Clash[News24Wire] Head coach of the South African Under-23 national team, Owen da Gama, has made six changes to the team that lost 3-1 to Senegal in the opening match of the CAF Under-23 Africa Cup of Nations on Saturday.

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