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2012-03-16 03:35:36 State Dissolves Former Governing Party [Times of Zambia] THE MMD has been de-registered for failing to pay its statutory dues and as a consequence, the former party risks losing all its 53 Parliamentary seats, Chief Registrar of Societies, Clement Andeleki disclosed yesterday.

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Friday, 01-30-15, 18:59U.S. Welcomes Military Action Against Rebels[State Department]STATEMENT BY JEN PSAKI, SPOKESPERSON:
Friday, 01-30-15, 18:57African Union to Fight Boko Haram[Deutsche Welle]The Nigerian government has hailed a plan by African Union leaders to deploy 7,500 troops to fight against Boko Haram militants and said that it showed the extent of cooperation among neighboring countries.
Friday, 01-30-15, 18:27UG's Students Financial Aid Office to receive $100,000 from General Electric[UG]Accra -The Students Financial Aid Office (SFAO) of the University of Ghana is to receive a $100,000 scholarship package from General Electric (GE), a multi-national company that provides services in Power Generation, Oil & Gas, and Healthcare sectors.
Friday, 01-30-15, 16:48Celebrating Success[Daily Observer]Today is the Grand celebration of our internationally recognised success in keeping hunger at bay. The celebration will begin any moment from now at Kanilai, the President's home village. Whilst we wish all and sundry a successful celebration, we equally call on everyone to make such recognition as a morale booster to double efforts.
Friday, 01-30-15, 16:18Security, Development - Cameroon, France Seek Common Solutions[Cameroon Tribune]The Minister Delegate in charge of the Commonwealth granted audience to visiting French MPs on Wednesday, January 28, 2015.

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