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2012-02-07 10:16:23 Country Celebrates 21st Anniversary of the Unity Charter [RFI] Burundi celebrated the 21st anniversary of the adoption of its Unity Charter on Monday. While the man behind the project, former president Pierre Buyoya, says he is satisfied with the watershed document, some say there are reasons to doubt its efficiency after ten years of civil war.

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Tuesday, 07-28-15, 12:54Artisanal Boats Seized for Illegal Fishing[ANGOP] Mbanza Congo -Twelve artisanal boats were seized due to illegal fishing, during the week-end in Soyo municipality, northern Zaire province, by the staff of the northern Naval region of the Angolan Navy (MGA).
Tuesday, 07-28-15, 12:51Governor Advocates Strengthening of Friendship With Cuba[ANGOP] Huambo -The governor of the central Huambo province, Kundi Paihama, defended Sunday here the strengthening of bilateral relations and friendship between Angola and Cuba, in order to maintain alive the honour of the sons who sacrificed their lives in favour of the peoples of both countries.
Tuesday, 07-28-15, 12:44UN Mission Finds Overall Environment 'Not Conducive' to Credible Election Process[UN News] While the 21 July election in Burundi that won President Pierre Nkurunziza a controversial third term was relatively peaceful and conducted adequately, the overall environment was 'not conducive' for an inclusive, free and credible electoral process," the United Nations Electoral Observation Mission in the country (MENUB) announced today.
Tuesday, 07-28-15, 12:20Ethio-Djibouti Council Discusses Railway in Eighth Meeting[Addis Fortune] The Ethio-Djibouti Joint Ministerial Council held its eighth meeting to discuss the progress of the 752Km Ethio-Djibouti railway from Sebeta, Ethiopia to Doraleh, Djibouti.
Tuesday, 07-28-15, 12:17Greste Expects 'Not Guilty' for All Involved in Al Jazeera Trial[Aswat Masriya] In December 2013, the serene Marriott Hotel in Cairo's posh island of Zamalek was the site of the arrest of three journalists working for Qatari network Al Jazeera.

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