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Ghana's new oil fields to start production on schedule next year -Tullow
Reuters - 1/29/2015
Jan 29 (Reuters) - Ghana's new oil fields are on schedule to start production next year as development has passed the half-way stage, lead operator Tullow Oil said on Thursday. The offshore Tweneboa,
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Mobs stone Nigerian president's convoy over Boko Haram
CNN - 1/29/2015
Story highlights President Goodluck Jonathan is up for re-election next month He has fallen under harsh criticism over his response to Islamist militants The protesters hurled stones at the convoy as
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S. African power cuts hold off doomsday as sector seeks rescue
Reuters UK - 1/29/2015
* Blackouts designed to prevent total grid collapse * System failure would plunge country into chaos * Sector suffers from years of under-investment * Zuma government set to announce financing
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In empty classrooms, evidence of Kenya's struggle to fight Al Shabab
Christian Science Monitor - 1/29/2015
The insecurity along Kenya's border with Somalia has forced an exodus of teachers from Wajir County ahead of the new school year. A spree of attacks by the militant group has been aimed at non-Muslims.
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Behind the scenes at African Journalist Awards
CNN - 1/29/2015
CNNs' Soni Methu looks back at highlights from the CNN MultiChoice African Journalist Awards which were held in Tanzania.
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Third attack in Egypt kills police officer in Suez city, toll rises to 27: sources
Reuters - 1/29/2015
(Reuters) - A third attack by suspected Islamist militants in Egypt killed a police officer in Suez city, raising the death toll from the three attacks to 27, medical and security sources said on Thursday.
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African Union backs plan for regional task force to fight Boko Haram
Reuters UK - 1/29/2015
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - The African Union has endorsed a West African plan to set up a regional task force of 7,500 to fight Islamist Boko Haram militants, a senior official said on Thursday, a vital
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FBI adds suspected Somali-American militant to 'Most Wanted Terrorist' list
Reuters Africa - 1/29/2015
WASHINGTON Jan 29 (Reuters) - The FBI said on Thursday it added a former Washington, D.C.-area taxi driver, Liban Haji Mohamed, to its list of "Most Wanted Terrorists" and offered a reward of up to $50,000
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UPDATE 3-Twenty-six killed in attacks in Egypt's North Sinai
Reuters Africa - 1/29/2015
(Adds details of attack) CAIRO Jan 29 (Reuters) - Six people were killed and 30 wounded in an attack on military buildings in the capital of Egypt's restive North Sinai province, medical and security
Twenty-six killed in attacks in Egypt's North Sinai Reuters India
UPDATE 1-Six dead, Egyptian state newspaper office destroyed in Sinai attack -state Reuters
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African Oxygen Ltd gives FY 2014 outlook
Reuters - 1/29/2015
4:52am EST   African Oxygen Ltd:Expects FY 2014 revenue to be in line with the revenue earned in the previous financial year of 5,825 mln Rand.Expects FY 2014 EBITDA before any restructuring costs to
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Study: Skull may shed light on humans' move from Africa
CNN - 1/29/2015
Story highlights Experts announce the discovery of a modern human skull in what's now Israel It dates back 55,000 years, which is also when Neanderthals were in area Study co-author: "This is the first
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Egypt state TV: Toll rises to 20 killed, 36 wounded in simultaneous Sinai attacks
San Francisco Chronicle - 1/29/2015
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New York Institute of Finance Announces South Africa Partnership with AfriAxis
Reuters - 1/29/2015
New York Institute of Finance Announces South Africa Partnership with AfriAxis Provides suite of financial education and learning platforms to students in African financial hub
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NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF FINANCE : Announces South Africa Partnership with AfriAxis 4 Traders
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Security HQ attacked in Egypt
CNN - 1/29/2015
Militants fired mortars the headquarters for the security directorate and other security sites in the provincial capital, Ahram said. Parts of the buildings were damaged, a source told the news outlet.
20 killed in North Sinai attack CNN
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Battles remain but Ebola war is being won
CNN - 1/29/2015
Story highlights WHO says fight against Ebola has shifted from slowing transmission to ending epidemic Fewer than 100 new confirmed cases in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone in past week Oxfam has called
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WHO: Ebola cases dropping
CNN - 1/29/2015
Story highlights Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone had 99 new cases for week ending January 25 It's the first time the number has fallen below 100 in a week since late June Guinea, Liberia and Sierra
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Six dead, Egyptian state newspaper office destroyed in Sinai attack - state media
Reuters India - 1/29/2015
12:56am IST CAIRO (Reuters) - Six people were killed and an office of Egypt's state newspaper al Ahram was destroyed in an attack by suspected Islamist militants in the restive North Sinai province,
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Simultaneous Attacks Target Security Forces in Egypt's Sinai
ABC News - 1/29/2015
Egyptian security officials say militants have launched simultaneous attacks on more than a dozen army and police positions in the restive Sinai Peninsula . The officials say the attacks rocked three
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Nigeria sees 2015 GDP growth at 5.54 pct - stats office
Reuters - 1/29/2015
Jan 29 (Reuters) - Nigeria expects economic growth this year to be 5.54 percent, down from an estimated 6.23 percent for 2014, after the government trimmed its expenditure following a slump in the price
Nigeria sees 2015 GDP growth at 5.54 percent - statistics office Yahoo! UK and Ireland
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Monkey Cage: Brotherhood activism and regime consolidation in Egypt
Washington Post - 1/29/2015
Supporters of Muslim Brotherhood and ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi during a protest in Cairo on Feb. 14, 2014. The top of the placard reads “Our victory coming soon.” (Amr Abdallah Dalsh/Reuters)
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World Bank urges Tanzania to tackle fiscal deficit
Reuters Africa - 1/29/2015
* Cites arrears, sluggish revenues and aid delays * Government forced to borrow more locally * Banks calls for action to address fiscal risks DAR ES SALAAM, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Tanzania
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United Nations to launch inquiry into deaths of Mali protesters
Reuters Africa - 1/29/2015
UNITED NATIONS Jan 29 (Reuters) - U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said on Thursday he would launch an inquiry into the deaths of three protesters in northern Mali, who witnesses said were killed when
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9 surprising reasons to visit Namibia
CNN - 1/29/2015
Sure, South Africa and Tanzania have great safaris. Of course, the Sahara is Africa's most famous desert. And yes, Kenya has rich traditions of indigenous cultures. But for all three -- in a quiet
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What the world's largest koshary bowl says about life in Egypt
Your Middle East - 1/29/2015
The Koshary Festival in Cairo had to be big; as big as Cairo, the overpopulated city of 44,500 people per square mile , and as big as the world´s largest koshary bowl. The meal ranks high as Egypt´s national
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UPDATE 1-Rescue of Bulgarian aid workers in Sudan expected by Friday
Reuters Africa - 1/29/2015
* Six aid workers expected to be freed by Friday at latest * Rebels accuse Sudan government of blocking rescue * Khartoum says rebels just trying to shift blame (Adds comments from rebels,
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