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November, 2017

  • 1 November

    Let’s restore death penalty, says Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe – The Guardian

    The GuardianLet's restore death penalty, says Zimbabwe's Robert MugabeThe GuardianRobert Mugabe, 93, says he has been shocked by the number of recent murders in Zimbabwe. Photograph: Themba Hadebe/AP. Robert Mugabe. Let's restore death penalty, says Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe. President says he is in favour of lifting ...Zimbabwe's Mugabe reaffirms support for death sentenceXinhuaZimbabwe's Mugabe says he favors resumption

October, 2017

  • 24 October

    Malawi Vigilante Arrests Rise to 200 in Vampire Scare – U.S. News & World Report

    Mirror.co.ukMalawi Vigilante Arrests Rise to 200 in Vampire ScareU.S. News & World ReportLILONGWE (Reuters) - Police in Malawi have arrested 200 suspected members of vigilante mobs that have been killing people they believe are vampires, a spokesman said on Tuesday. Nine people have been killed since mid-September in southern Malawi ...Vigilante lynch mobs killing victims they believe are vampires as police make hundreds of arrests to

  • 24 October

    UN chief praises peacekeepers in Central African Republic – San Francisco Chronicle

    San Francisco ChronicleUN chief praises peacekeepers in Central African RepublicSan Francisco ChronicleU.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, left, is welcomed by Central African Republic Prime Minister, Simplice Sarandji, centre, upon arrival at the airport in Bangui, Central African Republic, Tuesday, Oct. ... more. Photo: Joel Kouam, AP. Image 2 of 4.Marking UN Day in Central African Republic, Secretary-General honours peacekeepersUN News CentreUN chief arrives for visit in strife-torn C. AfricaBusiness Recorder (press release) (blog)Central African Republic: The Resurgence of

  • 21 October

    WHO boss ‘rethinking’ Mugabe goodwill ambassador post – Aljazeera.com

    Aljazeera.comWHO boss 'rethinking' Mugabe goodwill ambassador postAljazeera.comThe head of the World Health Organization (WHO) has said he is "rethinking" his decision to name Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe a goodwill ambassador in the face of growing criticism over the move. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the director ...WHO urged to reverse Mugabe appointmentGulf TimesTrudeau calls Robert Mugabe's WHO appointment 'inconceivable'TheChronicleHerald.caWHO chief says 'rethinking approach' after Mugabe appointment uproarRTE.ieChannel NewsAsia -Independent.ie -CBC.ca -SBSall

September, 2017

  • 5 September

    UN Enacts Sanctions Against Anyone Hindering Mali Peace – U.S. News & World Report

    Daily MailUN Enacts Sanctions Against Anyone Hindering Mali PeaceU.S. News & World ReportUNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The United Nations Security Council established a Mali sanctions regime on Tuesday that allows the body to blacklist anyone who violates or obstructs a 2015 peace deal, hinders the delivery of aid, commits human rights ...UN sets up Mali sanctions regime to

August, 2017

  • 23 August

    South Africa’s controversial rhino horn auction gets underway – CNN

    CNNSouth Africa's controversial rhino horn auction gets underwayCNNJohannesburg (CNN) South Africa's first online auction of rhinoceros horn is underway, with more than 500 kilograms up for bid from Wednesday through Friday. On Sunday, the High Court in Pretoria paved the way for the controversial auction, ordering ...South Africa's First Online Rhino Horn Auction Set To OpenNDTVWhy allowing the sale of horn stockpiles is a setback for rhinos in the wildThe Conversation AUPrecious rhino horn goes under the hammer in controversial legal saleExpress.co.ukmalaysiandigest.com -Jacaranda FM -Information Nigeriaall 105 news articles

  • 15 August

    Nigerian Military to Boost Security Amid Surge in Boko Haram Attacks – Voice of America

    Voice of AmericaNigerian Military to Boost Security Amid Surge in Boko Haram AttacksVoice of AmericaSince April, Boko Haram has carried out more than 100 attacks in Nigeria's northeastern city of Maiduguri. Efforts are underway to secure the city, including the relocation of military chiefs to Maiduguri, and to tighten security at the university ...Photos of special mobile strike force launched by Nigerian army to fight Boko HaramNAIJ.COMSuicide bombers kill 27 people, wound 83 in northeast NigeriaIndependent.ieNigerian Army launches special Mobile Strike Force to

  • 12 August

    Dalai Lama cancels Botswana trip with ‘exhaustion’ – News24

    News24Dalai Lama cancels Botswana trip with 'exhaustion'News24New Delhi - The Dalai Lama has cancelled a trip next week to Botswana because of "exhaustion" after Beijing expressed anger at the African country for allowing the visit. The 82-year-old Tibetan spiritual leader, who lives in exile in India, was to ...Dalai Lama cancels Botswana visit 'due to exhaustion'AOL'Exhausted' Dalai Lama cancels Botswana tripBelfast TelegraphDalai Lama cancels Botswana visit because of 'exhaustion'Toronto StarTODAY.NG -ExpressNewsline -Tibet Post International -Tibet Sunall 19 news articles »

  • 12 August

    Dalai Lama cancels Botswana visit ‘due to exhaustion’ – AOL

    AOLDalai Lama cancels Botswana visit 'due to exhaustion'AOLGABORONE, Aug 12 (Reuters) - Exiled Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama has canceled a planned visit to Botswana because of exhaustion, his office said, a move that is likely to be welcomed by China, a major investor in the African country. The ...Dalai Lama cancels Botswana trip with 'exhaustion'News24Dalai Lama

  • 12 August

    Fresh bid to impeach Robert Mugabe – The Zimbabwe Mail

    The Zimbabwe MailFresh bid to impeach Robert MugabeThe Zimbabwe MailHARARE – Morgan Tsvangirai's MDC party has revived its bid to impeach President Robert Mugabe, this time with the full support of the Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association (ZNLWVA), which has since fallen out with the Zanu PF leader, ...Zimbabwe: Mugabe&#

July, 2017

  • 28 July

    Zimbabwe: Mugabe Attacks Military Chiefs – AllAfrica.com

    The Indian ExpressZimbabwe: Mugabe Attacks Military ChiefsAllAfrica.comPresident Robert Mugabe yesterday unexpectedly attacked the military fiercely in public amid delicate brinkmanship with the army over internal power struggles, warning them against succession manoeuvres which could amount to a coup in remarks bound ...Wife of 93-year-old Zimbabwe leader Robert Mugabe positions as possible successorNational PostAging Zimbabwe President Challenged to Pick Successor -- By His WifeVoice of AmericaMugabe's Party to Consider Early Zimbabwe ElectionsMyjoyonline.comIndependent.ie -DailyNews -Bulawayo24 News (press

  • 28 July

    The danger ‘we have won’ and ‘elections are stolen’ narratives pose to peace – The Star, Kenya

    The Star, KenyaThe danger 'we have won' and 'elections are stolen' narratives pose to peaceThe Star, KenyaFour years ago, at election time, I wrote an article entitled “Time to slay the 'us' and 'them' monster” and once again, in this election the same narrative is operational. At the writing of the said article, we held our collective national breath for ...IEBC is ready ...

  • 27 July

    Wife of Zimbabwe’s leader tells Mugabe to name successor – Daily Mail

    NewsweekWife of Zimbabwe's leader tells Mugabe to name successorDaily MailHARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) - Zimbabwe's first lady on Thursday publicly urged her 93-year-old husband to name a successor, wading into a subject that President Robert Mugabe has regarded as taboo. Grace Mugabe, whose political influence has been ...Wife urges Mugabe to name successorGulf TimesZimbabwe's first lady urges Robert Mugabe to name his successorThe GuardianZimbabwe Leader Robert

  • 25 July

    New Militia Attack in Central African Town Kills Two Peacekeepers – U.S. News & World Report

    The North Africa PostNew Militia Attack in Central African Town Kills Two PeacekeepersU.S. News & World ReportKINSHASA (Reuters) - Suspected Christian militiamen killed two Moroccan peacekeepers from the United Nations mission in Central African Republic on Tuesday, the mission said, in the second deadly attack on Moroccan forces this week.CRS worker: Churches attacked, crisis worsens in Central African RepublicCatholicPhilly.comInternational Condemnation following Death of Moroccan Peacekeeper in CARThe North Africa PostMilitias kill UN peacekeeper in C. African townOman TribuneAllAfrica.com -RwandaEye -Xinhua -Caj News Africaall 19 news articles

  • 13 July

    Lions killed in South Africa after escaping Kruger reserve – BBC News

    BBC NewsLions killed in South Africa after escaping Kruger reserveBBC NewsThree lions which had escaped from a world famous game reserve in South Africa have been killed. A farmer living near Kruger National Park (KNP) shot dead one of the males when he found all three eating one of his cows, a parks spokeswoman said.UPDATE: Three Kruger Park lions who escaped shot deadEyewitness News3 Lions Shot After Escaping From South Africa's Kruger ParkNDTVSANParks responds to imminent strikes at national parksLowvelderTimes LIVE -Mirror

  • 12 July

    Travelogue: My time with Akufo-Addo in Ethiopia – Starr 103.5 FM

    Starr 103.5 FMTravelogue: My time with Akufo-Addo in EthiopiaStarr 103.5 FMOn the 1st day of July 2017, I got onboard an Ethiopian Airline (Boeing 777 LR 200), flight number E921 en route to Addis Ababa for the 29th Assembly of member States of the African Union. The five hours, 55 minutes flight was airborne at about 12:45pm ...Ethiopia: Addis Tourism Insight - Know the Public ParksAllAfrica.comEthiopian capital residents cautioned against outbreak of diarrheaXinhuaSouth Korea diplomat accused of sexual

  • 8 July

    Some interesting facts about World Population Day – Economic Times

    Economic TimesSome interesting facts about World Population DayEconomic TimesIn 1989, the United Nations General Assembly declared July 11 as World Population Day, focused on enhancing awareness of population issues, including their relation to the environment and development. Check out some facts about the day: In 1000 AD ...Family planning saves lives and transforms the communityThe Daily Starall 3 news articles »

  • 8 July

    Nigeria, 3 others get Trump’s $639m aid – Vanguard

    VanguardNigeria, 3 others get Trump's $639m aidVanguardNew York – U.S. President Donald Trump on Saturday promised 639 million dollars in aid to feed people facing starvation because of drought and conflict in Northeast Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen. Of the funding, 121 million dollars would go ...US giving $638M aid to Yemen, Somalia, Nigeria, South SudanWHIOUS announces £489m of aid for Yemen, Somalia, Nigeria and South SudanIndependent.ieTheresa May to spend aid money on insurance against disasters in AfricaThe GuardianEzega

June, 2017