2012-03-09 16:29:14Police Held in Comoros Were On Duty - Ojode[Nairobi Star]
Internal Security Assistant minister Orwa Ojode yesterday told Parliament that the six police officers held in Comoros were on official duty. Ojode said the government has been in touch with the Comoros Foreign Affairs minister who assured that the officers were to be released by end of yesterday.
Friday, 03-07-14, 13:58DRC's Tity Exhibit Opens at FNCC[New Era]Windhoek -As part of the Franco-Namibian Cultural Centre (FNCC)'s celebration of Francophonie ,Tity Tshilumba, a young artist from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) will be exhibiting his artwork at the FNCC from Monday.
Friday, 03-07-14, 13:41South Sudan Conflict Reverses Progress On Food Security[WFP]The conflict in South Sudan risks reversing gains in food security that the country had made over the last year, according to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the World Food Programme (WFP).
Friday, 03-07-14, 13:20Government Institutions At Risk of Collapse - Human Rights Watch[HRW]Tripoli -The international community should agree to provide assistance to Libya's flailing judicial system, Human Rights Watch said today following the international ministerial conference on Libya on March 6, 2014. The assistance should include urgently needed training for judicial police and trained personnel to help Libya end the crime of mass arbitrary detention. They should review the cases of the thousands of people detained in Libya without charge, some for as long as three years.