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2012-03-15 19:37:06 Militant Attacks, Piracy Threaten Niger Delta [Af Conf] As the government contends with a Boko Haram militia determined to make the north ungovernable, a new round of attacks has erupted in the oil-producing Niger Delta.

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Saturday, 10-10-15, 14:25NGO Calls for Re-Introduction of Teacher Training Colleges in Nigeria[Independent (Lagos)] Mr Oyebisi David, the Programme Director, Educational Empowerment and Orientation (EPO), an NGO, has called for the re-introduction of teacher training colleges in Nigeria.
Saturday, 10-10-15, 14:22Govt Troops to Weed Out Al Shabaab Militants Villages Near Elbur Town[Shabelle] Govt troops in Elbur, a town in Galgaduud region, central Somalia began military operation against Al shabaab to pre-empt attacks by militants, according to the city's administrator Nur Hassan Gutale.
Saturday, 10-10-15, 14:19The Cult in Kalusha[Zambia Reports] Finally I had a reason to cast my vote for incumbent Football Association of Zambia President Kalusha Bwalya. I don't know why it had taken me that long to figure out that he had long been the messiah Zambian football has long waited for. How could I forget the enduring memories of 1988 when he single handedly demolished Italy in that 4-0 bashing at the Seoul Olympics. Did that not earn him immortality in the football hall of fame?
Saturday, 10-10-15, 14:19Go to Court On Mulenga Sata's Ward Vacancy[Zambia Reports] Speaker of the National Assembly Patrick Matibini says those that want Mulenga Sata's Kabulonga ward seat declared vacant should go to court.
Saturday, 10-10-15, 14:18Grace Takes War to Mnangagwa[Zimbabwe Independent] IN a high-risk and adventurous power-seeking manoeuvre, First Lady Grace Mugabe (pictured) yesterday intensified her blitz threatening a political tsunami against Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa and his chutzpah-filled faction pressing to take its leader to State House.

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