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Sudan: Security Talks Resume As Khartoum Indicates Flexibility On Oil E-mail

Khartoum — The negotiating delegations of Sudan and South Sudan resumed, in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa on Wednesday, negotiations on border security issues as they prepare to enter parallel talks on oil today.

Nigeria: With New Inventions, Army Aims to Check Terror Attacks E-mail

There is no better proof of the fact that necessity is the mother of invention than the effort by the Nigerian Army to find local solutions to the scourge of Boko Haram, which has unleashed terrorism on Nigeria. The army has become ingenious in designing and creating counter tools and equipment to stave off Boko Haram terrorist attacks.

48hrs without a Veep is unconstitutional - Ndebugre E-mail

A former lawmaker for the Zebilla Constituency, John Ndebugre, has served notice it is unconstitutional for Ghana to be without a Vice-President 48 hours after swearing in a new President following the demise of President John Evans Atta Mills. The former Member of Parliament is arguing that the Executive arm of government is breaching aspects of the 1992 Constitution two clear days after appointing and swearing in John Mahama as Mills’ successor.

Share Kenya's High Court Lifts Ban on Separatist Group E-mail

An emergency National Security Council meeting has been called for tomorrow morning by the office of the President following a High Court ruling in Mombasa that has lifted the ban on the Mombasa Republican Council.

Last Updated on Thursday, 26 July 2012 13:31
Nii Lantey fires: Rawlings, his wife are becoming social deviants E-mail

Presidential spokesperson Niil Lantey Vanderpuije has lashed out at Ex-president Jerry Rawlings following statements he made about the passing of president John Evans Atta Mills in an interview with the BBC.

Last Updated on Thursday, 26 July 2012 12:33
Woyome case - Court suspends sitting in memory of President Mills E-mail

Proceedings at the trial of Alfred Agbesi Woyome, the businessman at the centre of the GHø51.2 million judgement debt saga, were brought to an end at the Fast Track High Court Wednesday following the death of President J. E. A. Mills.

How the international media reported Mills' death E-mail

The demise of Ghana’s President, the late John Evans Atta Mills has seemingly taken the world by shock. It is not usual that a sitting president would die, but when it happens the news certainly dominates international headlines. Mills’ death was not any different.

African Judges to Try Habré in Senegal E-mail

Senegal's agreement on July 24, 2012, to establish a special court to try the former dictator of Chad, Hissène Habré, if swiftly implemented, could mark a turning point in the long campaign to bring him to justice, a coalition of human rights groups said today.

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