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2012-02-28 09:19:28 UN Envoy Deplores Violent Post-Election Incidents [UN News] The top United Nations official in Côte d'Ivoire today strongly condemned two separate attacks against electoral authorities which occurred in the west of the country following this weekend's legislative by-elections.

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Tuesday, 09-30-14, 13:42UK Minister Welcomes Start of Libya Peace Talks.[PR Newswire]London -Tobias Ellwood MP, Minister for North Africa, welcomes UN-led peace talks and underlines need for ceasefire and start of political dialogue in Libya. placeholder Commenting today, Tobias Ellwood said:
Tuesday, 09-30-14, 13:21Govt to Construct Gold Refineries[CAJ News]Accra -GHANA is set to construct two new gold refineries in a move aimed at adding value and processing the precious stone before exporting.
Tuesday, 09-30-14, 13:03Fuel Price Changes Won't Affect Fishing - Official[ANGOP]Luanda -The hiking in fuels prices since last Saturday will not create any constraints to the fishing activity in the country, Angop learned Monday in Luanda.
Tuesday, 09-30-14, 12:51Why We Massacred Gabon - Eaglets Captain[Daily Trust]Golden Eaglets captain Kelechi Nwakali has said Saturday's 5-0 drubbing of Gabon at U.J Esuene Stadium in Calabar which confirms Nigeria's qualification for the African Junior Championship in Niger next year is a payback for the humiliation they suffered in Libreville.
Tuesday, 09-30-14, 12:16Reinstate Former Chemelil Sugar Boss, Youth Tell State[The Star]A youth group in Uasin Gishu county has urged the government to reinstate the Chemelil Sugar Company former director.

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