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Sudan and South Sudan oil deal applauded

Sudan and South Sudan oil deal applauded

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Leaders in the United States and Europe have praised the agreement reached by Sudan and South Sudan to end a drawn-out oil dispute that led to dire economic consequences and prompted fears of war. US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, who just visited South Sudan as part of her…

Uganda leader warns of Ebola ‘contact’ threat

Uganda leader warns of Ebola ‘contact’ threat

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The Ugandan president has called on people to limit physical contact with each other, after a victim of a deadly outbreak of the Ebola virus was reported in Kampala, the country’s capital, for the first time. “The Ministry of Health are tracing all the people who have had contact with…

Venezuelan envoy to Kenya found strangled

Venezuelan envoy to Kenya found strangled

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The acting Venezuelan envoy to Kenya has been found dead at her official residence in Nairobi, with police saying she was murdered by strangulation. Anthony Kibuchi, Nairobi’s police chief, said that the diplomat killed on Friday had been identified as Olga Fonseca Gimenez, the charge d’affaires and acting ambassador of…

EU proposes suspension of Zimbabwe sanctions

EU proposes suspension of Zimbabwe sanctions

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A credible referendum on Zimbabwe’s new constitution will be “an important milestone” toward the suspension of sanctions targeting many leaders and businesses linked to long-time ruler Robert Mugabe, the European Union said. EU ambassador to Zimbabwe Aldo Dell Ariccia said on Monday in Harare that the 27-nation bloc was encouraged…

South Sudan suspends direct talks with Sudan

South Sudan suspends direct talks with Sudan

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South Sudan has called off face-to-face peace talks with Sudan accusing its neighbour of bombing one of its villages on the border. Colonel Philip Aguer, the military spokesman, said on Saturday that Sudanese Antonov planes bombed the village of Rumaker in Northern Bahr el Ghazal state near the two countries’…

Deadly raid on Ivory Coast UN-protected camp

Deadly raid on Ivory Coast UN-protected camp

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Several people have been killed in an attack on a UN-protected displaced persons camp in western Ivory Coast, where angry youths torched the site despite the presence of the peacekeepers, sources said. The United Nations condemned Friday’s attack, in which it said at least seven people were killed and 13…

Tunisia’s Ben Ali sentenced to life in jail

Tunisia’s Ben Ali sentenced to life in jail

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Tunisia’s ex-strongman Zine El Abidine Ben Ali has been sentenced in absentia to life in prison for complicity in the murders of 43 protesters in the 2011 revolution that toppled him, a military judge has said. Hedi Ayari of the Tunis military court said on Thursday that Ben Ali was…

ICC issues warrants for DR Congo warlords

ICC issues warrants for DR Congo warlords

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The International Criminal Court has issued arrest warrants against a Congolese and a Rwandan rebel leader accused of committing war crimes and fuelling instability in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. The court announced on Friday that it had issued a warrant against Sylvestre Mudacumura, a Rwandan Hutu rebel leader…

Thousands in Cairo protest high court ruling

Thousands in Cairo protest high court ruling

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Thousands gathered in Cairo in protest of  a ruling by Egypt’s Supreme Constitutional Court to freeze a decree issued by President Mohamed Morsi to reinstate the Islamist-led parliament. “The court ruled to halt the president’s decision to recall the parliament,” Judge Maher el-Beheiry said in court on Tuesday. Morsi, a…

Mali’s government vows to recover territory

Mali’s government vows to recover territory

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Mali’s embattled interim government has ramped up diplomatic efforts to save the north from rebel fighters who have destroyed World Heritage shrines in Timbuktu and have reportedly rigged another city with mines. The interim government in the capital Bamako, set up after the March 22 coup which led to a…

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