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2012-02-27 07:13:22 Dialogue Vital for North, Says France [RFI] France's Foreign Affairs Minister Alain Juppé continued his African tour on Sunday with a visit to Mali. There, he met with President Amadou Toumani Toure on the crisis in the northern part of the country, which has been plagued by clashes between the army and Tuareg rebels.

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Tuesday, 08-04-15, 14:54Unlocking the Potential of Mobile and Cloud Technologies to Deliver Quality Healthcare in Senegal[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Through the integration of innovative technology, Dimagi, a social enterprise, helps organizations deliver quality healthcare to urban and rural communities across the world.
Tuesday, 08-04-15, 14:47Half South Sudan's 800 000 Displaced Children Not in School – Report[News24Wire] Almost half of 800 000 children driven from their homes by South Sudan's civil conflict are not attending school, a group of humanitarian organisations said on Tuesday.
Tuesday, 08-04-15, 14:45Horrific Conditions for 100s Detained in Malawi En Route to SA[News24Wire] Hundreds of illegal migrants, most of them from Ethiopia, remain detained in Malawi in appalling conditions after they failed to reach their destination, South Africa, a humanitarian organisation has said.

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