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2012-03-16 11:40:05 Govt Will Not Arrest Bashir [RNW Africa] Despite an outstanding ICC warrant, South Sudan's government has no plans to arrest its former foe and alleged war criminal, Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, during an upcoming visit to the country.

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Monday, 01-26-15, 13:58Bilateral Cooperation, Its Revitalization On Agenda of Niger's President Visit to Algeria[Algerie Presse Service]Algiers -The State visit that will be paid by Niger's President Mahamadou Issoufou to Algeria as from Sunday will allow the two countries to broach issues relating to the bilateral cooperation and examine ways to revitalize it, said a diplomatic source.
Monday, 01-26-15, 13:57Concerted Efforts Needed to Protect Consumers[Daily News]THE Tanzania Food and Drugs Authority (TFDA) has moved in again to protect consumers, over the weekend, by revoking licences for importation, sale and use of five categories of medicines due to safety concerns and at the same time restricted use of four groups of drugs.
Monday, 01-26-15, 13:55Tragedy of Somali's Unity, Nationalism and Sovereignty[Fahamu]The Federal Government of Somalis as constituted today does not represent the populations under the authorities of Somaliland, Puntland, Jubbaland and Southwest regions.
Monday, 01-26-15, 13:45Central Bank Unveils New Anti-Electronic Fraud Strategy[Guardian]THE Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) may have raved up its anti-electronic fraud campaign with the emergence of a two-factor authentication for internal banking.
Monday, 01-26-15, 13:45Narok Town Protests Turn Deadly[The Star]One person has been confirmed dead while ten others have been seriously injured after protesters took to the streets of Narok town to evict Governor Samuel Tunai over corruption allegations.

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