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UN Marks One Year of Bomb Attack On Abuja House E-mail
The United Nations Agencies and Organisations in Nigeria, yesterday, remembered all the 23 persons (13 UN staff and 10 non-UN staff) who lost their lives as a result of the unfortunate bombing of the UN House in Abuja on Friday, August 26, 2011.
No Comment on 'Fleeing Workers': Police E-mail
Police would not comment on Monday morning regarding reported allegations that workers killed during the Marikana shooting were fleeing from police.
Dream Comes True as First 'Dreamliner,' Lands at Kia E-mail
For the Ethiopian Airlines a dream has come true. The airline is the first in the world outside Japan to operate the highly coveted first Boeing 787 Dreamliner and Kilimanjaro International Airport became the aircraft's first African destination.
Ministry - Dana Air Can't Resume Now E-mail
Almost three months after Dana Air's flight 0992 crashed in a suburb of Lagos killing 163 people, the workers of the airline and others have started clamouring for the restoration of its operational licence.
Godhana Counter-Accuses Haji Over Tana E-mail
Livestock assistant minister Dhadho Godhana yesterday defended himself against claims he was linked to the Tana River violence that has killed more than 50 people. However, he pointed an accusing finger at Defence and acting Internal Security minister Yusuf Haji. "I am ready to be investigated but investigate the minister even more," Major (Rtd) Godhana said.
Presidency - Talks With Boko Haram Are Indirect E-mail
The Presidency yesterday said the reported talks that government is holding with Boko Haram are indirect discussions through "back channels", aimed at ending the sect's three-year campaign of violence in parts of the North.
Miguna Unbowed As Mask Peeled Off in Mombasa E-mail
Miguna Miguna has vowed to soldier on in promoting his book despite assault attempts on him in Mombasa on Saturday. Miguna has blamed Prime Minister Raila Odinga for his woes, but said he was undeterred.
Census Takes Off Smoothly E-mail
President Jakaya Kikwete and his family were among Tanzanians enumerated as the population and housing census kicked off across the country.
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