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MOHAMMED MORSI: EGYPT'S EX-LEADER SENTENCED TO DEATH Source: BBC PDF Print E-mail
An Egyptian court has pronounced death sentences on ousted president Mohammed Morsi and more than 100 other people over a mass prison break in 2011.
 
Morsi is already serving a 20-year prison term for ordering the arrest and torture of protesters while in power.
 
Egypt's religious authorities will now have to give their opinion before the sentence can be carried out.
 
Mahama's IEA address to focus on education and healthcare PDF Print E-mail

President John Dramani Mahama will this evening explain in detail how he will provide quality education and healthcare for Ghanaians if elected in the December polls when he take his turn at the Institute of Economic Affairs organised Evening Encounter with Presidential Candidates.

 
NIGERIA ELECTION: MINISTER 'CONFIDENT' POLL WILL HAPPEN PDF Print E-mail
Nigeria's interior minister believes the fight against Boko Haram will be successful enough for the postponed elections to go ahead, he told the BBC.
 
Abbo Moro said he had been advised by the military that enough troops would be available in six weeks' time to secure the presidential ballot.
 
Officials say they delayed the vote to 28 March because troops needed for security are fighting the militants.
 
Opposition candidate Muhammadu Buhari has made a plea for calm.
 
But he said the independence of Nigeria's electoral commission had been "gravely compromised" by the decision to postpone the elections.
Last Updated on Monday, 09 February 2015 05:17
 
MIGRANTS 'KILLED IN FIGHT OVER FOOD' Source: BBC PDF Print E-mail
Migrants rescued from a sinking boat off Indonesia have told the BBC that about 100 people died after a fight broke out over the last remaining food.
 
Survivors told of horrific conditions. Three men separately said people were stabbed, hanged or thrown overboard.
 
The 700 rescued migrants from Myanmar and Bangladesh are being processed by the Indonesian authorities.
 
SOUTH AFRICA DEPORTS MOZAMBICANS Source: BBC PDF Print E-mail
South Africa has deported more than 400 Mozambicans, weeks after anti-foreigner violence in Durban and Johannesburg left several people dead.
 
The move follows a police operation that uncovered hundreds of undocumented migrants.
 
Many unemployed South Africans accuse foreigners of taking their jobs in a country where the unemployment rate is 24%.
 
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