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2012-03-15 13:05:39 Thousands Displaced By Fighting in Gedo [IRIN] Nairobi - Several thousand people have been displaced by clashes between Al-Shabab insurgents and Somali troops assisted by Ethiopian and Kenyan soldiers in Somalia's southwestern Gedo region, locals told IRIN.

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Monday, 05-25-15, 12:55Burundi Street Children Caught Up in Clashes[Al Jazeera] Homeless children in Burundi's capital have been caught up in often violent clashes during protests against President Pierre Nkurunziza's bid for a third term in office.
Monday, 05-25-15, 12:54SA, Botswana Agree to Work on Digital Migration[SAnews.gov.za] With the imminent International Telecommunications Union (ITU) deadline, South Africa and Botswana have agreed to cooperate in mitigating cross border radio frequency spectrum interference.
Monday, 05-25-15, 12:26Illizi - About a Hundred Nationals From Niger Transported to Reception Center in Ouargla[Algerie Presse Service] Illizi (algeria) -In total, 111 nationals from Niger, residing illegally in the national territory were transported, Saturday, from the province of Illizi to a reception centre in Ouargla for their repatriation, said the services of the province.
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Monday, 05-25-15, 12:19Obama - Malawi Can Develop Itself[Malawi24] Barack Obama has told Malawi's new envoy to the United States, Mr. Necton Mhura, that Malawi should stop being over-reliant on foreign aid as the country has the potential to develop itself.

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