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2012-02-27 15:54:34 Govt Seeks to Improve Disaster Response [AIM] Maputo - The Mozambican government wants to align the management of disaster risk with local development, so as to improve the response when disaster strikes.

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Monday, 08-03-15, 12:29The World Should Understand the Uniqueness of Rwanda[East African] The Rwandan Parliament recently voted unanimously for the scrapping of presidential term limits.
Monday, 08-03-15, 12:29'A Trip to the Science World' Project Gathers Over 100.000 Students[ANGOP] Luanda -More than o100.000 students from 157 schools in the country were involved in the project dubbed "A trip to the world of science, technology and innovation", according to the press release from the meeting of the Cabinet Council's Commission for Social Policy, held on Friday in Luanda.
Monday, 08-03-15, 12:23Amisom Soldiers Decline to Cooperate With Committee to Investigate Marka Killings[Dalsan Radio] African Union troops in Somali coastal city of Marka have declined to provide security to inquiry committee formed to investigate alleged civilian deaths by AMISOM troops last month.
Monday, 08-03-15, 12:22Besigye Survives Accident, Blames It On Police[Monitor] Former FDC leader Dr Kizza Besigye on Wednesday survived a motor accident after the tyre of his car, a Land cruiser registration number UAN 661V burst.
Monday, 08-03-15, 12:17Kigali's 'Impressive' But 'Repressive' Leader[East African] Rwanda President Paul Kagame has presided over a remarkable transformation in the country, after the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, with a skill rarely seen in Africa. He has been a sort of godsend -- focused, strict, and running a disciplined state.

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