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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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France: The women and the business

France: The women and the business | African News Agency | Scoop.it
The women who launch into the entrepreneuriat make it after careful consideration, without taking risks and with caution. And to bloom...
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Senegal: the manager of a private radio heard by the police after an interview with the number 2 of Ansar Dine

Senegal: the manager of a private radio heard by the police after an interview with the number 2 of Ansar Dine | African News Agency | Scoop.it
The manager of a station of Senegalese private radio, the Radio Future Mass media (RFM), was heard on Saturday during some hours by the Division of criminal investigations.
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Somalia: six candidates for the presidency of the Parliament

Somalia: six candidates for the presidency of the Parliament | African News Agency | Scoop.it
Six candidates are in lists for the presidency of the Somalian Parliament, announced on Saturday the authorities of the country...
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Mauritania: Escape of four prisoners in Rosso

Mauritania: Escape of four prisoners in Rosso | African News Agency | Scoop.it
Nouakchott - Four nonpolitical prisoners got away in the party from Friday till Saturday of the central prison of Rosso in the south of Mauritania.
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Swaziland: Feel the fear but do it anyway

Swaziland: Feel the fear but do it anyway | African News Agency | Scoop.it

Have you ever imagined how the world would have been had there not been fear? The worst fear in life is the fear to liberate yourself. Fear of moving away from slavery and regaining your life. Fear of saying enough is enough. Fear of being different. Fear of spreading your wings and realising the best out of you. At the bottom of every one of your fears, is simply the fear that you can’t handle what life may bring you.

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Palestine: Arafat’s skin will be examined by the Swiss experts

Palestine: Arafat’s skin will be examined by the Swiss experts | African News Agency | Scoop.it
The institute of radiophysical appearance of the Teaching hospital vaudois (CHUV) in Lausanne confirmed on Friday that it intended to examine the skin of Yasser Arafat after the green light of its widow.
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Somalia – Mogadiscio: 3 deaths and 12 injured men

Somalia – Mogadiscio: 3 deaths and 12 injured men | African News Agency | Scoop.it
Following the attacks of armed men, in Mogadiscio, at least, 3 Somalian officers and 12 others were hurt.
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Taiwan donates medical equipment to Burkina Faso

Taiwan donates medical equipment to Burkina Faso | African News Agency | Scoop.it
Taipei, Aug. 23 (CNA) Taiwan has donated a mammography machine to Burkina Faso under an ongoing program to give used medical equipment to its diplomatic allies, the executing agency said Thursday.
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Mauritania: 65,4 million dollar financings by Saudi Arabia

Mauritania: 65,4 million dollar financings by Saudi Arabia | African News Agency | Scoop.it
Nouakchott, August 22nd: Three financings of a total sum of 246,75 millions of riyals (65,4 million dollars) were granted by the Saudi Fund for Development (FSD) in Mauritania.
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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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Africa innovations: 15 ideas helping to transform a continent

Africa innovations: 15 ideas helping to transform a continent | African News Agency | Scoop.it

A mobile phone database for dairy farmers and a strain of sweet potato that can help fight child blindness. These are just two of the imaginative new ideas that are tackling Africa's old problems

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Dismissal in China of 37 suspects implicated in violent crimes in Angola

Dismissal in China of 37 suspects implicated in violent crimes in Angola | African News Agency | Scoop.it
Beijing: A total of 37 suspects implicated in violent crimes against Chineses in Angola, country of Western Africa, was returned on Saturday in China under police escort.
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Irish worker shot dead in eastern Nigeria

Irish worker shot dead in eastern Nigeria | African News Agency | Scoop.it
Officials say an Irish worker in eastern Nigeria has been shot to death during an attempted armed robbery.
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Malawi condemns discriminating epileptic persons

Malawi condemns discriminating epileptic persons | African News Agency | Scoop.it
Ahead of the 2012 national epilepsy day commemoration, the ministry of health in Malawi has condemned any form of discrimination to those suffering from epilepsy, saying excluding epileptic people from the society has a negative impact to not only the individuals and their families, but also the country as a whole, hence the need to stop such an act.
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Egypt: an Israeli special unit responsible for the attack of Sinaï

Egypt: an Israeli special unit responsible for the attack of Sinaï | African News Agency | Scoop.it
The Egyptian general Ahmad Rajai Attiyah revealed in the course of maintenance with Al Ahram Al Arabi on the existence of a special unit of Mossad said unit 242 created in 1971 which acts in Sinaï.
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12 deaths and dozens injured men in tribal clashes in Libya

12 deaths and dozens injured men in tribal clashes in Libya | African News Agency | Scoop.it
Twelve persons were killed and dozens of others were hurt in clashes between two tribes on Thursday in the city of Zileten, in 130 km in the southeast of Tripoli, brought back the local mass media.
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Russia is going to follow its economic collaboration with Syria

Russia is going to follow its economic collaboration with Syria | African News Agency | Scoop.it
Russia will continue its economic collaboration with Syria and does not exclude the possibility of a financial collaboration with Syria.
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Egypt: An Egyptian journalist put in protective custody

Egypt: An Egyptian journalist put in protective custody | African News Agency | Scoop.it
The chief editor of the independent Egyptian daily to al-Dostour, Islam Afifi, was put in protective custody in the opening on Thursday of its trial for publication of fallacious information...
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