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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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Friday, 08-22-14, 8:56Cricket - SA Complete Zim Whitewash As Quinton De Kock Continues to Shine[Daily Maverick]South Africa won their three-match ODI series against Zimbabwe 0-3 on Thursday, despite playing three relative rookies. They did their jobs aptly, but the player who stood out most was Quinton de Kock.
Friday, 08-22-14, 8:51Government Launches Climate Change Sourcebook for Primary School Teachers[Malawi News Agency]Kasungu -In order to equip teachers in primary schools with knowledge, skills and attitude on climate change that they can transmit to learners, the Ministry of Education Science and Technology has launched a Climate Change Sourcebook for Primary school teachers.
Friday, 08-22-14, 8:49Armed Robbers Steal K500, 000 From Indian National[Malawi News Agency]Lilongwe -Five unknown robbers armed with a riffle on Wednesday morning had stolen K500, 000 thousand cash from an Indian national.
Friday, 08-22-14, 8:15Five Minutes Interview - Maurice Omondi Okwach[The Star]Maurice Omondi Okwach is director at Trace Media Plus -Advertising and Branding.
Friday, 08-22-14, 8:14Juba Tells Radio Station to Axe Politics[CISA]Juba -The Catholic Church owned- Bakhita radio station in Juba that was raided by South Sudan security operatives on Saturday August 16 has been ordered by the government not to air political programs.

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