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Kidnapped Libya Olympic committee chief released E-mail

The president of the Libyan Olympic Committee has been freed, a week after he was kidnapped by gunmen in Tripoli.

 
VOAR - UPDATE ON EMERGENCY NOTICE E-mail

Good News: Thanks to a robust legal & community response, Newham Council has halted its eviction proceedings!
·    But, it’s not over yet!
·    It is vitally important that we keep up the action!

How?

Last Updated on Friday, 20 July 2012 16:44
 
House threatens to impeach Jonathan over budget execution E-mail

There was uproar in the House of Representatives Thursday as lawmakers reviewed the implementation of this year’s budget, which the National Assembly passed on March 15.

 
Amansie West residents in bloody clash with Chinese illegal miners E-mail
Several people are reported injured after the youth of Amansie near Asante Bekwai in the Ashanti region clashed with some Chinese galamsey miners on Thursday morning.
 
Mills declares: I’m ready for re-election E-mail
President John Evans Atta Mills says he is set for the 2012 election with the strongest belief that Ghanaians will honour him again with a second term.
 
Nigeria: ANPP Confirms Merger Talks With CPC, ACN E-mail

The leadership of the All Nigeria People's Party ANPP, has confirmed that the party is into merger talks with other opposition parties ahead 2015.

Last Updated on Friday, 20 July 2012 10:06
 
Dlamini-Zuma Takes Charge E-mail

Security crises in five countries and pressing economic problems confront the new Chairperson of the African Union Commission, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma. Although she has three months to wind up in South Africa, where she is Home Affairs Minister, before moving to the AU in Addis Ababa, her transition programme is already under way.

 
Mauritius: Investigation Exposes Arms Trafficking Network in Mauritius E-mail

United Nations — An investigation by the Conflict Awareness Project has exposed an active arms trading network of associates of former trafficker Viktor Bout that involves companies from the United States, South Africa and the United Kingdom, among other countries.

 
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