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Africa: Shaky Infrastructure Falls Under Washington Spotlight E-mail

Washington, DC — Africa needs to be spending U.S.$93 billion each year on infrastructure, according to the African Development Bank (AfDB), more than double the current outlays. The deficit is hampering growth and contributing to poverty and inequality. "Millions of poor households in Africa lack access to even the most basic infrastructure services, and universal access to modern services is 50 years away in most countries," the bank reports.

 
Gunmen kill four policemen in Borno, Taraba E-mail

GUNMEN on Tuesday evening ambushed a six-man police patrol team on the Maiduguri-Bama Road and killed three of them. They injured three others, including the driver of the vehicle. The incident occurred at 5 p.m.

Last Updated on Monday, 18 June 2012 09:49
 
Tanzania arrests man over recent Nairobi attack E-mail

A man suspected of involvement in an attack on a shopping centre in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, last month has been arrested in neighbouring Tanzania.

Last Updated on Monday, 18 June 2012 09:51
 
Ethiopia to host Africa Union summit after Omar al-Bashir Malawi row E-mail

The next African Union summit has been moved to the Ethiopian capital after Malawi refused to host the gathering.

Last Updated on Monday, 18 June 2012 09:52
 
Burkina Faso amnesty for President Blaise Compaore and predecessors E-mail

The parliament in Burkina Faso has granted amnesty to President Blaise Compaore and all of the country's previous heads of state.

Last Updated on Monday, 18 June 2012 09:54
 
Mali 'terror threat' warning given to Africa E-mail

Mali could become a home for terrorist groups which could threaten the region, France's president has warned.

 
Somalia: U.S. Secretary for African Affairs Warns of Sanctions to Spoilers E-mail

Mogadishu — The US's Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Johnnie Carson, issued a stark warning to spoilers who could face sanctions from the US if they continue their actions, Radio Garowe reports.

 
Syrian children used as human shields, says UN report E-mail

Syrian troops have tortured children and used them as human shields on tanks to prevent attacks by opposition forces, a UN report says.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 12 June 2012 10:40
 
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