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2012-03-15 15:22:29 Tuareg Rebellion Could Spark Violence Through Region [African Arguments] The recent outbreak of violence in northern Mali will have given governments across the Sahel with their own Tuareg populations pause for thought.

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Saturday, 09-20-14, 6:39How Can Dr Kaseba Proudly Giggle At Sata's Frail Frame?[Zambia Reports]Watching First Lady Dr Christine Kaseba giggling as a frail looking President Michael Sata suffered through his 29 minutes torturous speech performance in parliament raised the question as to how it is that she has allowed her husband to carry on under the weight of illness.
Saturday, 09-20-14, 5:56Minister Allays Ebola Fears[The Herald]Health workers have gone into panic mode because of the deadly Ebola virus and spreading rumours of an outbreak at some health institutions, a Cabinet minister has said.
Saturday, 09-20-14, 5:51Defence Chiefs Hail Zim, Namibia Firepower Demo[The Herald]Government is impressed with the knowledge being shared between the Air Force of Zimbabwe (AFZ) and the Namibian Air Force (NAF) in joint firepower demonstrations currently underway, Defence Minister Sydney Sekeramayi has said.
Saturday, 09-20-14, 5:38ICC Summons Uhuru Kenyatta[Capital FM]Nairobi -President Uhuru Kenyatta's case before the International Criminal Court (ICC) will not commence on October 7 after the trial chamber vacated the date on Friday.
Saturday, 09-20-14, 5:26Another Church Collapses in Benin[This Day]Survivor recounts 28 hours under the rubble ordeal Chiemelie Ezeobi and Adibe Emenyonu Two days after the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) and other emergency workers wound up rescue operation at the Synagogue Church Of All Nations (SCOAN), the figure of deaths yesterday jumped to 86.

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