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AL-SHABAB' ABDUCTS AND KILLS KENYAN CHIEF Source: BBC E-mail
Suspected al-Shabab militants have abducted and killed a traditional chief in northern Kenya, a local elder says.
 
Chief Muktar Otieno was seized early on Thursday morning on the road to Mandera town, close to the border between Kenya and Somalia.
 
Assistant chief Abdinoor Dakane told the BBC that Mr Otieno was tied to a tree and shot dead by the militants, after locals failed to pay a ransom.
 
OPINION: BRIGHT SIMONS' TAKE ON GHANA, COTE D'IVOIRE MARITIME RULING E-mail
The ITLOS ruling has provided everyone with an interest in public affairs much to chew on, stuff to debate, and a lot to scratch their head over.
 
I simply could not stay away from the subject, try as I did.
 
There has been much confusion over what the provisional measures prescribed by the ITLOS in connection with the ongoing maritime dispute between Ghana and Ivory Coast really mean.
 
TOGOLESE OFFICIALS OPEN BORDER AFTER ELECTIONS E-mail
Togolese officials have re-opened that country’s borders as counting continues in Saturday’s presidential polls.
 
About 3.5 million people - half of Togo's population of 6.8 million - voted to choose between four contestants including incumbent president Faure Gnassingbe and leading opposition candidate, Jean-Pierre Fabre.
 
President Gnassingbe is hoping to continue in office after he took over from his father, Gnassingbe Eyadema, who ruled Togo for 38 years before dying in 2005.
 
SOUTH AFRICAN SHOPS IN MALAWI SHUT IN XENOPHOBIA BOYCOTT Source: BBC E-mail
South African-owned shops in Malawi have remained closed after calls for a boycott from activists angered at recent xenophobic attacks.
 
In the commercial capital Blantyre, armed police guarded several leading South African chain stores.
 
Several hundred Malawians have been evacuated from South Africa after the recent wave of xenophobic violence.
 
6 GHANAIANS THROWN INTO MEDITERRANEAN SEA AFTER RELIGIOUS ROW E-mail
The Foreign Ministry has confirmed that six Ghanaians were part of some twelve Christians thrown overboard a boat heading to Italy following a religious row.
 
According to the Ministry, only three of the drowned Ghanaians have been identified by the help of four survivors of the high seas incident.
 
The incident, which was reported by international news networks such as the BBC, indicated that all the migrants thrown overboard were feared dead.
 
4 THREATEN TO BURN DOWN SA HIGH COMMISSION E-mail
Four persons on Friday threatened to burn down the South African High Commission in Accra in the heat of the xenophobic attacks on foreigners in South Africa.
 
South Africa's High Commissioner to Ghana Ms Lulama Xingwana who disclosed this to the media in Accra on Monday said the Commission has been receiving threats from persons she did not name.
 
She said four men stormed the High Commission's premises Friday and forcefully tried to enter the offices but their effort was thwarted by the security attachment at the Commission.
 

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