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2012-02-24 11:33:52 U.S./Morocco - Clinton Should Urge Legal Reform - Rights-Friendly New Constitution Requires Revision of Repressive Speech Laws [HRW] Washington, DC - US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton should urge Morocco's new chief of government Abdelilah Benkirane to lead the process of revising laws that impose prison terms for peaceful expression, Human Rights Watch said today. Clinton should also urge Moroccan authorities to free leading journalist Rachid Nini, who is serving a one-year sentence for articles he wrote.

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Sunday, 11-23-14, 11:22Circus Continues to Haunt PF in Their Struggle to Pick Successor[Zambia Reports]The Patriotic Front is in total turmoil with no direction after suspensions slapped on Acting President Guy Scott and his counter suspension on those that took the earlier action.
Sunday, 11-23-14, 11:21Sectarian Clashes Displace Thousands[UN News]An upsurge in violent attacks this week between communities in a town near the Central African Republic's border with South Sudan has left at least 10 people injured and thousands more displaced, marking the first major inter-community incident in the region since the country's crisis began in 2012, the United Nations humanitarian relief office said today.
Sunday, 11-23-14, 11:08Head of State Watches AFA, FC Porto Match in Luanda[ANGOP]Luanda -The Angolan Head of State, José Eduardo dos Santos, was the special guest last Saturday at the football match between the juvenile teams of Academia de Futebol de Angola (AFA) and FC Porto of Portugal, held in the field of the former.
Sunday, 11-23-14, 10:49Mugabe confronts VP loyalists[Zimbabwe Standard]President Robert Mugabe yesterday confronted loyalists of embattled Vice President Joice Mujuru at a stormy politburo meeting as he stamps his authority in the fractious Zanu PF ahead of next week’s elective congress.
Sunday, 11-23-14, 10:30DA Calls for Parliamentary Inquiry Into SAA CEO's Appointment[DA]The acting SAA CEO, Nico Bezuidenhout must immediately be suspended pending the outcome of an inquiry into his appointment to SAA.

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