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Military Ousts Egyptian President Morsi

President Mohamed Morsi of Egypt has been successful ousted by the military on Wednesday in a coup. According a statement by Army chief, General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, the armed forces explained that President Morsi had ignored calls of…
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Margaret Thatcher Is Buried in Style

St. Paul's Cathedral in London held a final send forth for Britain's first female Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher, in a ceremonial funeral service that attracted at least 170 country representatives from around the world. Queen…
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Mubarak Lives but Tension Rises In Egypt

After spending hours at the Intensive Care Unit of the Maadi Military Hospital, near Cairo, family sources said that the ousted Egyptian President, Hosni Mubarak,has been revived and is on an artificial respirator. The news came as…
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Hosni Mubarak Jailed for Life

Former Egyptian President, Hosni Mubarak, yesterday received a life sentence for failing to stop the killing of protesters during the uprising that brought down his government last year and forced him from power. Habib El Aldy, the…
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UN Moves to Protect Journalists

The United Nations, UN, has adopted The UN Plan of Action on the Safety of Journalists and the Issue of Impunity which was championed by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, UNESCO. The Plan was endorsed…
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Coup Attempt in Guinea Bissau

There has been a coup attempt in the unstable West African country of Guinea Bissau with reports of the military attacking the house of Carlos Gomes Jr, the out going Prime Minister. Foreign media reported explosions and firing of heavy…
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Mali Coup Led by US-Trained Captain

A US Africa Command official confirmed on Friday the leader of military coup d’état in Mali has visited the US on several occasions, receiving professional military education. Captain Amadou HayaSanogo participated in the America’s…
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Wade Concedes Defeat in Senegal Election

Fears that the outcome of the Senegal’s presidential runoff could lead to violent reactions have been doused as President Abdoulaye Wade has called rival Macky Sall to concede defeat in the Sunday's runoff election. Fears that the…
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Coup de tat in Mali

Renegade soldiers have taken over the government in Mali hours after attacking the Presidential palace, the BBC reported moment ago. Rebel troops are reported to have appeared on Malian state TV to announced take over in the small…
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South Africa Apologises to Nigeria

The diplomatic confrontation ignited with the March 2 deportation of 125 Nigerians from South Africa over fake yellow fever card may have come to a close with Pretoria offering the Nigerian government an apology over the occurrence.…
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