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2012-02-15 13:57:00 Govs Discuss Measures to Complete Transitional Period [Egypt Online] Field Marshal Mohamed Hussein Tantawi, the Head of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) discussed at his meeting on Tuesday 14/2/2012 with People's Assembly Speaker Dr. Saad El Katatni, number of Chairmen of the Parliament Committees and lawmakers how to complete measures of transitional period following the end of the Shura Council elections through writing the new constitution and holding the presidential elections in preparation for handing over power to an elected civil authority.

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Sunday, 07-05-15, 8:00How History Textbooks Can Be Used to Build Childrens' Empathy[The Conversation Africa] In the 21 years since apartheid was scrapped in South Africa there has been a great deal of discussion about how the country can heal and progress. This is an often fraught conversation that is happening in many spaces - including school history classrooms.
Sunday, 07-05-15, 1:38Here Is the Full Statement By Kalonzo On Jubilee and the War On Graft[The Star] The writing on the wall for the crumbling Jubilee administration is clear for all to see; the much-hyped digital administration is presiding over tech-savvy looting of public funds through high level institutionalized corruption, it has lost the war to petty and sophisticated criminals and has embraced dictatorship as the preferred tool for suffocating divergent views.
Sunday, 07-05-15, 1:37Kalonzo Faults State House of 'Affection for a Public Servant' in Anti-Graft Campaign[The Star] Cord co-principal Kalonzo Musyoka has reiterated calls for the sacking of Devolution and Urban Planning Cabinet Secretary Anne Waiguru, and has accused State House of being partial in the war on corruption.
Sunday, 07-05-15, 1:35Gallant Warriors Lose to Zambia[Namibian] A gallant Namibian side were knocked out of the Chan competition when they went down 6-5 on penalties to Zambia in Lusaka on Saturday. Zambia were leading 2-1 at the end of full time and with the first encounter in Windhoek being won 2-1 by Namibia, the match had to be decided on penalties.
Sunday, 07-05-15, 1:34Six Female Bombers Involved in Borno Attack - Police[This Day] The Borno State commissioner of Police, Mr. Aderemi Opadokun, has confirmed Friday's Boko Haram attacks on Borno towns, which he said involved six female suicide bombers.

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