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Zambia's ruling party mends rift to make Lungu its presidential candidate
Reuters Africa - 11 Hours ago
LUSAKA Dec 20 (Reuters) - Zambia's ruling party has settled on Defence Minister Edgar Lungu as its presidential candidate, it emerged on Saturday, ending months of in-fighting that had threatened its
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Libya's official government aims to set up new payment system for oil buyers
Reuters Africa - 11 Hours ago
By Ulf Laessing TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Libya's internationally recognised government aims to set up a new payment system to receive oil revenues, bypassing the central bank based in Tripoli, the capital
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INTERVIEW-Libya's official government aims to set up new payment system for oil
CNBC - 11 Hours ago
oil buyers@ * Official Libyan government pushed out of capital in August * Parallel governments stake rival claims to revenues * Exiled government has no plan to create new oil company TRIPOLI,
Libya's Official Government Aims to Set Up New Payment System for Oil Buyers The Palm Beach Post
Libya's official government aims to set up new payment system for oil buyers (Reuters) Yahoo!Xtra
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Egyptian Group and Al Qaeda Leader Ibrahim al-Rubaysh Named as Terrorists
NBCNews.com - 11 Hours ago
The State Department has given a global terrorism designation to a senior leader of al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula and to an Egyptian jihadist group. The AQAP leader is Ibrahim al-Rubaysh, who in
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WHO: Recorded Ebola Deaths Top 7,000
ABC News - 12 Hours ago
The World Health Organization says the worst Ebola outbreak on record has now killed more than 7,000 people, with many of the latest deaths reported in Sierra Leone . New figures published late Friday
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Ebola Death Toll In 3 African Countries Hits 7,373: WHO
Medical Daily - 9 Hours ago
GENEVA ( ) - The death toll from Ebola in the three worst-affected countries in West Africa has risen to 7,373 among 19,031 cases known to date there, the World Health Organization said on Saturday.
Ebola death toll in 3 African countries hits 7,373 Arab News
Ebola death toll in three worst-affected African countries hits 7,373 Buenos Aires Herald
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13 inspiring voices on Africa
CNN - 13 Hours ago
By Lauren Said-Moorhouse , for CNN From Hollywood ingenues to unshakeable social changemakers, CNN's African Voices takes a look back at some our incredible featured guests who have been innovating,
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Accam signs for Chicago Fire
BBC - 13 Hours ago
Ghana striker David Accam has signed for Major League Soccer side Chicago Fire on a long-term contract, subject to international clearance. The 24-year-old, who has been called up for the Black Stars
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Kidnapped Mozambican businessman released
San Francisco Chronicle - 13 Hours ago
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Ebola death toll in three African countries hits 7,373: WHO
Reuters - 13 Hours ago
Health workers push a gurney with a dead body at a Red Cross facility in the town of Koidu, Kono district in Eastern Sierra Leone December 19, 2014. Credit: Reuters/Baz Ratner (Reuters) - The
Ebola death toll in three African countries hits 7,373 - WHO INooz
WHO: Ebola Death Toll in Three African Countries Hits 7,373 Fars News Agency
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Nigerian Forces Battle Islamists in Northeast Town, Killing 35
BusinessWeek - 13 Hours ago
At least 35 Nigerian Islamist insurgents were killed in a battle yesterday with security forces in the northeast town of Damboa. "The Boko Haram attacks on Damboa began before Friday prayers and most
35 Boko Haram militants killed in battle with Nigerian forces Toronto Star Online
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South Africa's De Kock in doubt for World Cup
Reuters UK - 13 Hours ago
PRETORIA, Dec 20 (Reuters) – - Wicketkeeper-batsman Quinton de Kock is in a race against time to be fit for the World Cup, Cricket South Africa said on Saturday. De Kock tore ankle ligaments on the
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Cricket-South Africa's De Kock in doubt for World Cup
Reuters UK - 13 Hours ago
PRETORIA Dec 20 (Reuters) - Wicketkeeper-batsman Quinton de Kock is in a race against time to be fit for the World Cup, Cricket South Africa said on Saturday. De Kock tore ankle ligaments on the third
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Kidnapped Mozambican Businessman Released
ABC News - 14 Hours ago
Authorities in Mozambique say a wealthy businessman, who was kidnapped last month, has been released. Interior Minister Alberto Mondlane said Saturday that Mohamed Bachir Suleman, who had been accused
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Fighting extremism in coastal Kenya: will hardline approach backfire?
Christian Science Monitor - 14 Hours ago
In majority Muslim cities, like Mombasa, where radical Muslims and the government have battled over mosques, some fear a Kenyan campaign against all who practice Islam. Young men ready the recently reopened
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Steyn wraps up South Africa Test win
BBC - 15 Hours ago
Dale Steyn demolished West Indies to secure a comprehensive victory for South Africa in the first Test. Steyn claimed six wickets in five overs at Centurion to dismiss West Indies for 131 after resuming
South Africa v West Indies: Steyn spell completes emphatic victory UK Wired News
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Extremists in Nigeria Lining up Elderly and Shooting Them
ABC News - 15 Hours ago
Witnesses say Islamic extremists in northeast Nigeria are lining up elderly people and shooting them ? a new tactic instilling fear in areas the militants call an Islamic caliphate. Residents from
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Liberia Holds Senate Vote Amid Ebola Fears
ABC News - 16 Hours ago
Polls opened Saturday morning in Liberia for a twice-delayed Senate vote amid concern the process could facilitate the spread of Ebola. A total of 1.9 million voters are registered to participate in
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Orphan charity joins Ebola fight
BBC - 17 Hours ago
A charity set up by a Hampshire churchgoer has begun helping orphans from Sierra Leone whose parents have died from the Ebola virus. The St George Foundation is caring for 18 children, who are either
Ebola crisis: Orphan charity joins fight in Sierra Leone UK Wired News
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Philander shines as Proteas close in on victory
Reuters Africa - 18 Hours ago
By Nick Said PRETORIA (Reuters) - Vernon Philander took five wickets as South Africa closed in on victory having reduced West Indies to 76 for two in their follow-on innings at the close of play
South Africa closes in on victory over West Indies as Philander takes five wickets Big News Network
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Tanzania's Rwanda genocide court set to close after twenty years
USA Today - 12/20/2014
After two decades the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda will close its doors. Having indicted 93 people, the court - which has attracted much criticism over the years - must carve out its legacy.
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Sierra Leone bikers spread the message to fight Ebola
USA Today - 12/20/2014
More than 100 motorcyclists hit the road to spread awareness messages about Ebola. Nearly 7,000 people have now died from the virus, almost all of them in west Africa, according to the World Health Organization.
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No rescue in sight for Nigeria's kidnapped schoolgirls
USA Today - 12/20/2014
2014 saw Islamist group Boko Haram abduct more than 200 schoolgirls, provoking a wave of global outrage. As the group intensifies its attacks and declares a ‘caliphate’ in north-eastern Nigeria, hope
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Fremont teen crowd-funds for African orphans
SiliconValley.com - 12/20/2014
FREMONT -- Among the legions of tech-savy millennials who are launching Silicon Valley start-ups and websites at a feverish pace, it's hard to find one more inspiring than 17-year-old Suraya Shivji.
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Athletics-Kenya's marathon queen Jeptoo fails second doping test
Reuters Africa - 12/20/2014
NAIROBI Dec 19 (Reuters) - Kenyan Rita Jeptoo, winner of the Boston and Chicago marathons for the last two years, has tested positive for a banned substance in a B sample taken after she failed an out-of-competition
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