2012-02-28 11:07:33Sacked Editor Flees Country[Swazi Media]
Musa Ndlangamandla, the sacked editor in chief of the Swazi Observer newspaper, has fled to South Africa after police and security officers raided his former office and took away his computer and documents.
Thursday, 12-12-13, 13:26UN Exposes Ex-LURD Officials Over Recruitment of Mercenaries[Heritage]The United Nations Panel of Experts has said it received information in September 2013 concerning the recruitment of Liberian and Sierra Leonean mercenaries in Nimba County for possible operations in Guinea.
Thursday, 12-12-13, 13:24We Must Not Undermine Our Peace and Stability[Heritage]Before the outbreak of Liberia's bloody armed conflict in 1989, the country was regarded as one of the most peaceful nations and a beacon of hope on the African Continent.
Thursday, 12-12-13, 13:13United States Dedicates New U.S. Embassy in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea[State Department]In an important symbol of our friendship and bilateral relationship with the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, Under Secretary for Management Patrick F. Kennedy, and U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Equatorial Guinea Mark L. Asquino presided over the dedication of the new U.S. Embassy complex in Malabo today.
Thursday, 12-12-13, 13:08Red Cross Resumes Visits to Prisons[ICRC]The ICRC has resumed its regular visits to federal prisons and expanded its activities in regional prisons in Oromia, Amhara, Harari, Tigray and Afar.
Thursday, 12-12-13, 13:01Soul Makossa King Manu Dibango Celebrates 80th Birthday[RFI]Afro-jazz giant Manu Dibango celebrated his 80th birthday with RFI on Thursday, appearing throughout the day on our French-language broadcasts. The French-based Cameroon-born musician, whose Soul Makossa was a global hit in the 1970s, has recorded a new album, Manu Dibango: balade en saxo.