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2012-03-16 10:04:29 Ban Appeals for Peaceful, Transparent Presidential Election [UN News] Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today called on all actors in Guinea-Bissau to ensure a peaceful and transparent election as voters go to the polls on Sunday to choose a new president.

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Monday, 04-27-15, 12:59Protests Against Nkurunziza Resume in Bujumbura[Al Jazeera] Protesters have taken to the streets of Burundi for a second day after activists said that at least five people were killed during clashes with police a day earlier.
Monday, 04-27-15, 12:57Hundreds of Decomposed Bodies Found in Borno[Daily Trust] Maiduguri -Hundreds of decomposed bodies including those of women and children were discovered by a government committee in Damasak, northern Borno State weekend.
Monday, 04-27-15, 12:57Identifying Potential Areas in Agriculture Intensifies Productivity[Ethiopian Herald] The considerable economic progress the country scored in last decade confirms that the government's economic strategy, the Agricultural Development Led Industrialisation (ADLI), has been veritable and reliable policy that has been leading the country on the course of development.
Monday, 04-27-15, 12:56Chinese President Backs Mugabe[Focac] Jakarta -Chinese President Xi Jinping met here Thursday with his Zimbabwean counterpart, Robert Mugabe, and pledged support for the African country's socioeconomic development.
Monday, 04-27-15, 12:52Uganda Tax Agency Asked to Simplify[EA Business] Kampala -Uganda Law Society (ULS) has advised Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) to further simplify tax information and make it available in a variety of media in order to encourage compliance.

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