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2012-03-13 18:46:22 Sleepless Nights for Citizens Facing Severe Food Crisis [IFRC] With more than three million people in Mali currently facing a severe food crisis, Kati Traore, chief of Sakabala village, is not the only one having sleepless nights.

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Saturday, 05-23-15, 15:06With Limited Independent Press, Ethiopians Left Voting in the Dark[CPJ] On Sunday Ethiopians go to the polls in the country's fifth general election since the ruling Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front came to power more than 20 years ago. Citizens are expected to choose the right party to lead them for the next five years. To do so, they need to have a clear understanding of their country's political, social, and economic situation. They need to know which parties have the candidates and policies best suited to their own hopes and aspirations. But in a country w
Saturday, 05-23-15, 13:53Telecom Manager Dismisses Assault Charge[New Era] The manager of Telecom in Katima Mulilo, Raymond Sezuni, who stands accused of assaulting 69-year-old Chaze Nzehengwa has denied beating the old woman. He insists he merely pushed her in self-defence after she repeatedly insulted and attacked him with a burning piece of wood.
Saturday, 05-23-15, 13:52Falsehoods in the Statements Made By the President of the German Bundestag[Egypt Online] The State Information Service has noted a number of falsehoods and inaccuracies in the statements made by the President of the German Bundestag Norbert Lammert in his recent interview with Deutsche Welle. It is important to rectify these inaccuracies as follows:
Saturday, 05-23-15, 13:52Cabinet Meeting Decides Set of Measures for Benefit of Tunisians Abroad[Tunis Afrique Presse] Tunis -A Cabinet meeting held, Thursday, under chairmanship of Prime Minister Habib Essid, looked at the preparations ahead of the return of Tunisians living abroad and to the creation of a national council for Tunisian expatriates.
Saturday, 05-23-15, 13:43Police Must Not Improvise, Warns Nyusi[AIM] Maputo -Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi on Friday warned police commanders that the police are not authorized to improvise measures against crime, but must follow the rules.

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