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Gambia: Indemnity of the Families of the Carried out Persons sentenced to death

Gambia: Indemnity of the Families of the Carried out Persons sentenced to death | African News Agency | Scoop.it
The pressure of the Senegal and the international community begins influencing the strong man of Gambia. According to definitely given information sources,..
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Egypt: The minister of culture inaugurates the festival of the citadel for music and singing

Egypt: The minister of culture inaugurates the festival of the citadel for music and singing | African News Agency | Scoop.it
The organization of the festival of music and singing this year is a message addressed in the world according to which Egypt becomes attached to the progressison of art and culture.
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Somalia: the election of the president will take place on September 10th

Somalia: the election of the president will take place on September 10th | African News Agency | Scoop.it
Mogadiscio: The election of the president by the Parliament in Somalia will take place on September 10th...
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Economy: BAD grants 56 billion FCFA in Togo

Economy: BAD grants 56 billion FCFA in Togo | African News Agency | Scoop.it
The African Bank of development (BAD) granted on Thursday a loan of 56 billion FCFA (85 371 449) in Togo. Objective, to rehabilitate the roads of the country.
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South Africa: the 270 stopped miners indicted with murder | Press News Africa

South Africa: the 270 stopped miners indicted with murder | Press News Africa | African News Agency | Scoop.it
The 270 South African miners stopped on Thursday, August 16th, during the fusillade of the police led against the 3 000 strikers of the society of platinum Lonmin, are indicted with murder.
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Algeria: Presentation of a “film trial” on French colonialism in Algiers

Algeria: Presentation of a “film trial” on French colonialism in Algiers | African News Agency | Scoop.it
A film relating course of first guillotined by the War of Algeria will be introduced on Thursday in preview in Algiers in the presence of his film director Saïd Ould Khelifa who told he had wanted to make the trial of French colonialism.
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RDC: 1 800 refugees of Centrafrique Republic in the territory of Bosobolo

RDC: 1 800 refugees of Centrafrique Republic in the territory of Bosobolo | African News Agency | Scoop.it
Further to attacks in their village of origin, about 1 800 refugees of Centrafrique Republic have set up for more than 3 months in the locality of Gele-Rive on the territory of Bosobolo in the province of the Ecuador,...
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Inundations Chad: The population of Diguel is taken in hand in Ndjamena

Inundations Chad: The population of Diguel is taken in hand in Ndjamena | African News Agency | Scoop.it
The strong rains of these last days affect several quarters of the Chadian capital. In Diguel waters impactent the circulation of property and the persons, this crippling situation pushed the population to construct a bridge of destiny.
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Khamenei at the Summit of MNA: Iran will never search the atomic weapon

Khamenei at the Summit of MNA: Iran will never search the atomic weapon | African News Agency | Scoop.it
Iran will never try to have the atomic weapon, reasserted on Thursday the supreme guide of the Islamic Republic, the ayatollah Ali Khamenei, by opening the 16th summit of the non-aligned.
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Ivory Coast: Laurent Akoun indicted with disturbances in order public

Ivory Coast: Laurent Akoun indicted with disturbances in order public | African News Agency | Scoop.it
Laurent Akoun, general secretary of Popular Front of the Ivory Coast (FPI), left Laurent Gbagbo, was put on Tuesday under mandate of store by the prosecutor of the Republic of Abidjan.
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Nigeria: 10 deaths suite at the opening of a Cameroonian fluvial dam

Nigeria: 10 deaths suite at the opening of a Cameroonian fluvial dam | African News Agency | Scoop.it
At least ten persons perished on Monday in the State of Adamawa, in the east of Nigeria, suite at the opening of the dam Lagdo in Cameroon, after torrential rains.
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Somalia: at least five killed children by playing with explosives

Somalia: at least five killed children by playing with explosives | African News Agency | Scoop.it
At least five children were killed and ten other injured men on Monday morning in a Koranic school of Somalia by the explosion of a homemade bomb with which they obviously were playing.
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Ivory Coast: Koné Katinan claims to be victim of a manipulation

Ivory Coast: Koné Katinan claims to be victim of a manipulation | African News Agency | Scoop.it
Justin Koné Katinan waits that his fate is sealed in Ghana. One called out to the spokesman in banishment of the president Laurent Gbagbo on Friday evening in Accra and unloosed some hours afterwards.
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Gabon: 7 demonstrators condemned for the prison

Gabon: 7 demonstrators condemned for the prison | African News Agency | Scoop.it
Called out during the demonstration organized by the national Union in the second arrondissement of Libreville, August 15th, seven demonstrators were condemned.
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Nigeria: 29 deaths, 16 injured men in a road accident in the north

Nigeria: 29 deaths, 16 injured men in a road accident in the north | African News Agency | Scoop.it
A collision between two buses made at least 29 deaths, among which burned 11 vivoses, in the fire caused by shock, on Friday, in the State of Yobe in the north of Nigeria, announced the police.
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49 al Shabaab militants killed in Somalia

49 al Shabaab militants killed in Somalia | African News Agency | Scoop.it
Troops belonging to the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) have killed 49 al Shabaab fighters and captured the town of Aglibah as they march on the Somali port city of Kismayo, one of al Shabaab’s main strongholds.
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Senegal: The Senegalese president asks for sanctions against Gambia

Senegal: The Senegalese president asks for sanctions against Gambia | African News Agency | Scoop.it
The Senegalese president Macky Sall urged his Prime minister to grab all Africain and international institutions to demand sanctions against Gambia,...
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Ivory Coast: 54 civilians and 19 militarians were indicted

Ivory Coast: 54 civilians and 19 militarians were indicted | African News Agency | Scoop.it
Angel Kessi declared that 54 civilians and 19 servicemen were indicted and are nowadays supported in imprisonment for confusion in public order...
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Guinea: authorities preoccupied by the progress of the cholera

Guinea: authorities preoccupied by the progress of the cholera | African News Agency | Scoop.it
The season of rains caused new cases of cholera in Guinea. Authorities announced on Wednesday, 5 152 cases of the hospitalized sick.
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Gambia: the Gambian government condemned by the special reporter of the UNO

Gambia: the Gambian government condemned by the special reporter of the UNO | African News Agency | Scoop.it
Further to the execution of nine persons sentenced to death by the Gambian government, the special reporter of the UNO on extrajudicial executions.
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South Africa: The South African army declares war on obesity

South Africa: The South African army declares war on obesity | African News Agency | Scoop.it
Johannesburg: About 10 % of the about 60.000 South African soldiers are too big or obese, to a report of the army named by the press on Thursday.
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Australia will continue supporting the development of means in Africa

Australia will continue supporting the development of means in Africa | African News Agency | Scoop.it
Australian minister of Foreign Affairs Bob Carr pointed out on Wednesday that Australia would continue developing a long-term partnership with Africa...
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War of Algeria: this “Fellagha” rallied in the French army

War of Algeria: this “Fellagha” rallied in the French army | African News Agency | Scoop.it
While the nationalists gain ground everywhere in Algeria, the French army decides in 1959 to set up a special force constituted by the ex-members...
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Nigeria: the government is going to negotiate with the terrorists of Boko Haram

Nigeria: the government is going to negotiate with the terrorists of Boko Haram | African News Agency | Scoop.it
Further to acts of violence which clamp down since 2010, causing the death of 1 400 persons in the north and in the centre of country, Nigeria opens a dialogue although indirect with the Islamic sect Boko Haram.
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Ten deaths in a series of attacks in Iraq

Ten deaths in a series of attacks in Iraq | African News Agency | Scoop.it
Ten persons, whom two policemen and three soldiers, were killed on Sunday in a series of attacks perpetrated across Iraq, as it was learnt security and medical sources.
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