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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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Friday, 03-27-15, 12:51The Lebanese Community Must Speak[NEWS] It Is Little over a week since ten Liberian girls were repatriated home from Lebanon after they were allegedly abused sexually and subjected to inhumane treatments. The girls were repatriated following public outcry that the government should intervene to ensure their safety. There are various accounts regarding how our girls were promised, but later humiliated and abused simply because they were miles away from home.
Friday, 03-27-15, 12:51Denmark Police Arrest Two Somali Terror Suspects[Dalsan Radio] The Copenhagen police on Friday arrested two Somali background suspects for plotting an attack in the capital , officials said. The police said that the two men were captured during overnight security sweeps conducted by the security authorities in Copenhagen outskirts.
Friday, 03-27-15, 12:41Budget 2015-2016 - Urgent Measures to Preserve the Environment and Ecosystems[Government of Mauritius] "Our environment and ecosystems are at the crossroad. If we continue with business as usual, we will be perpetuating the decay of our environment and quality of life." This statement of the Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Mr Seetanah Lutchmeenaraidoo, in the context of the Budget 2015/2016 - Mauritius at the Crossroad, reflects Government's high priority for the protection of the environment.
Friday, 03-27-15, 12:38Watching Out for the Killer Fungus - Authorities Move to Regulate Import of Aquarium Fish[Seychelles News Agency] Victoria -Home aquariums have over the years become a popular feature in many homes in Seychelles with quite a number of the archipelago's population of around 90,000 people opting to have pet fish swimming around in their aquariums as a source of enjoyment and fascination for children.
Friday, 03-27-15, 12:37The Legacy of One Woman's Dream to Help People With HIV[Key Correspondents] The son of the late Auxillia Chimusoro, who was the first woman to publicly disclose her HIV positive status in Zimbabwe in 1989, is ensuring his mother's work lives on.

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