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2012-03-15 13:08:58 Benghazi's Declaration for Semi-Autonomy Comes As No Surprise [ISS] After having initiated the uprising that eventually ousted Muammar Gaddafi last September, on March 6th, authorities in Benghazi, through their leader,Ahmed Zubair Senussi, declared the semi-autonomy of their Cyrenaica eastern region, from the Tripolitana. Senussi is a relative of the ousted King Senussi.

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Wednesday, 04-23-14, 8:58Tiaty, Baringo North Agree On Location of Mining Plant[The Star]Leaders in Baringo North and Tiaty subcounties have reached an agreement on the location of a proposed diatomite plant. MCAs from the two subcounties held a meeting on Monday amid protests. They reluctantly agreed that the plant be build in Ripko ward, Tiaty subcounty.
Wednesday, 04-23-14, 8:49Breaking | Two Wounded in Bomb Blast Near Cairo[Aswat Masriya]Cairo -Two people were wounded when a bomb exploded in Giza, west of Cairo, the health ministry announced through the state news agency MENA.
Wednesday, 04-23-14, 8:31Parliament Ready for Direct Talks With U.S. Congress, Says Speaker[Sudan Tribune]Khartoum -The speaker of the Sudanese parliament, Al-Fatih Izz Al-din, has expressed readiness of the National Assembly to engage in direct talks with the United States Congress in order to normalize relations and lift the US sanctions imposed on Sudan since 1997.
Wednesday, 04-23-14, 8:30Sudanese Government and SPLM-N Resume Peace Talks in Addis Ababa[Sudan Tribune]Khartoum -Peace talks between the Sudanese government and the rebel Sudanese People's Liberation Movement-North (SPLM-N) have resumed in Addis Ababa on Tuesday in a new bid to end the nearly three year conflict in South Kordofan and Blue Nile states.
Wednesday, 04-23-14, 8:15Simiyu Accident Toll Rises to 15[Daily News]THE death toll from the road accident that involved a bus christened Lehuye Express Bus on the Tarime-Mwanza Highway on Monday has increased to 15, with the number of those injured standing at 44, the police force confirmed yesterday.

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