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2013-07-21 07:39:58 Fresh Cattle Raiding in Unity State Leaves Three People Critically Injured [Sudan Tribune]Bentiu -About 50 armed youths from Mayom county's Turkey payam [district] in Unity state raided 434 head of cattle in neighbouring Koch county on Saturday.

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Monday, 03-02-15, 16:25Corrected Blast in Central Cairo Leaves Nine Injured - Health Official[Aswat Masriya]A bomb exploded in front of Egypt's High Court where Egypt's top prosecutor's office lies, in central Cairo on Monday resulting in nine injuries, one of whom is critically injured, a health official told state television.
Monday, 03-02-15, 16:22IMF to Back Tunisia's Economic Transition[Tunis Afrique Presse]Tunis -The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is willing to back Tunisia's economic transition after the success of political transition, Director of the Middle East and Central Asia Department at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Masood Ahmed said on Monday.
Monday, 03-02-15, 15:42Senegal-Gambia Relations Assured[The Point]The Senegal-Gambia relationship is further assured to be retained realizing the shared values and cultures among others by the two sister nations.
Monday, 03-02-15, 15:36Gambling Banned in Gambia[The Point]The Gambia has banned all forms of gambling in the country.
Monday, 03-02-15, 15:13Russians to Build U.S.$2.5 Billion Refinery[Independent (Kampala)]People look at a 'christmas tree' at an oil well. It might have to wait many more years. FILE PHOTOReasons why refinery project deal hasn't excited Ugandans, yet

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