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2012-03-14 04:03:00 Kony Said His Death Will Be a Mystery [New Vision] Joseph Kony's atrocious acts in northern Uganda for over two decades will remain delicately but painfully emblazoned within the historical archives of a country looking at marking 50 years of independence on October 9.

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Sunday, 03-29-15, 17:41Chellah Racks Up K120, 000 Bill At Radisson Blu[Zambia Reports] The former presidential spokesman George Chellah is believed to owe more than K120, 000 in unpaid bills at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Lusaka, a source informs Zambia Reports.
Sunday, 03-29-15, 17:40Lungu Visits Chinese Doctors[Zambia Reports] During his state visit to China this weekend, President Edgar Lungu on Saturday afternoon received a consultation with doctors in China's Hainan Province, a source tells Zambia Reports.
Sunday, 03-29-15, 17:32PM Sees in Foreign Delegations Participating in March Against Terrorism[Tunis Afrique Presse] Tunis -Prime Minister Habib Essid saw in, Sunday at the Laouina presidential airport, the heads of foreign countries' delegations participating in the national and international march against terrorism.
Sunday, 03-29-15, 17:31Nine Terrorists Killed in Security Operation in Gafsa - Interior Ministry[Tunis Afrique Presse] Gafsa -Nine terrorists were killed during a security operation in the region of Sidi Yaiche (governorate of Gafsa), Spokesman for the Interior Ministry Mohamed Ali Laroui asserted, Sunday at dawn to TAP.
Sunday, 03-29-15, 17:28Ramaphosa Returns to Lesotho[SAnews.gov.za] Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa will next week visit Lesotho for the closure of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) offices, the Presidency said on Sunday.

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