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Nigerians die in fuel tanker fire E-mail
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More than 100 people have died in southern Nigeria after a tanker carrying petrol crashed.

Rawlings Bids NDC Farewell E-mail

The much-talked about National Democratic Party (NDP) has eventually emerged after fruitless attempts by some NDC party gurus led by Mr. Kwesi Pratt to reduce Rawlings, the founder of the dying NDC, to nothing to pave way for their plan of merging with the already dead CPP and later dropping the name NDC for CPP.

Supreme Court - Oil Wells Belong to Akwa Ibom E-mail

The Supreme Court Tuesday said that Cross River State has ceased to be a littoral state and therefore was not entitled to 76 oil wells which lie offshore as they were no longer in its maritime territory.

Congolese Rebels Threaten Takeover of Eastern Province E-mail

In April 2012 the former Congres National pour la Defense du Peuple (CNDP) rebels started defecting from the Congolese army. They had been integrated into the Forces Armees de la Republique Democratique du Congo (FARDC) under the 2009 peace deal The subsequent clashes between the mutineers and the FARDC have caused over 200 000 civilians to flee the region.

One Survivor, 54 Die At Sea Attempting the Voyage to Italy From Libya E-mail

It is with great sadness that UNHCR received the news that 54 people perished attempting the sea journey from Libya to Italy. According to the sole survivor, an Eritrean man, 55 people boarded the boat in Libya in late June. He reported that all the other passengers died of dehydration during a 15 day ordeal.

Moneygram winners announced E-mail

The prize, a return ticket to any of Brussels Airlines’ destinations in Africa, was open to anyone sending money to Africa using Moneygram during an eight week period from 10 April to 10 June earlier this year.

Red Cross: Kenya church attacks kill 17 near Somali border E-mail

Nairobi, Kenya  Explosions targeting two churches in Kenya near the Somali border killed at least 17 people, the Red Cross said, in the latest spate of attacks on the East African nation.

Nigeria court strips Russia's Rusal of Alscon aluminium plant E-mail

Nigeria's Supreme Court has ordered that the world's biggest aluminium producer, Rusal, be stripped of its ownership of the country's former state-owned aluminium processing plant.

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