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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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Thursday, 10-02-14, 11:59U.S. Concerned by Arrest of Political and Right Activists in Sudan[Sudan Tribune]Washington -The United States Tuesday condemned the recent wave of arrests of political and rights activists in the country and stressed the need to release freedoms before the national dialogue process.
Thursday, 10-02-14, 11:57Swanu Promises to Nationalise Land[New Era]Windhoek -Swanu of Namibia, the country's oldest political party, says if voted into power during the November general elections, land will be nationalised so that it is owned on a leasehold-basis only.
Thursday, 10-02-14, 11:54Locust Plague Halted, but at Great Risk of Resurgence[FAO]Rome -Achievements of FAO and Government of Madagascar threatened by funding gap
Thursday, 10-02-14, 11:51GIPF Worth N$81 Billion... but Still No Word On Missing N$660 Million[New Era]Windhoek -The Government Institutions Pension Fund (GIPF) yesterday informed Prime Minister Hage Geingob that the fund's market value has hit the N$81 billion mark.
Thursday, 10-02-14, 11:47Women Protest Worsening Oppression, Rising Food Prices[Thomson Reuters Foundation]Nairobi -Women's anger is mounting in Sudan as a result of surging food prices and worsening repression in the name of Islam, rights activists said on Wednesday at the launch of a report.

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