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Ugandan police issue terror alert

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The Ugandan police on Monday issued a terror alert, warning that Somali militants Al-Shabab are planning to carry out a series of attacks in the ongoing Muslim fasting month of Ramadan. Fred Enanga, the police spokesperson, told Xinhua by telephone that the security agencies have received credible intelligence reports indicating the plans by Al Shabab... [Read More...]

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Angola arrests 13 dissident youths, including rapper

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Interior ministry claimed youths sought 'to disrupt public order and security'

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South African ministers protected Sudan’s Bashir’

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Sudanese leader was able to fly out of Pretoria last Monday despite a court order blocking his departure

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Eritrea defends controversial conscription policy as thousands flee

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Government says policy is necessary as defence against Ethiopia

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Burundi hit by grenade attacks as more flee

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Government and the opposition trade blame as four are killed

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Egyptian woman nabbed with 453 tortoises

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Madagascar authorities arrests rare wildlife trafficker

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Setback as firm ends Sierra Leone Ebola drug tests

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Canada's Tekmira Pharmaceuticals Corporation throws in the towel

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Ethiopian ruling party wins all parliamentary seats

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Posted by admin 8 days ago (http://news.yahoo.com)
Ethiopia's ruling party and its allies achieved a clean sweep in last month's general election, winning all 546 parliamentary seats, the final results showed Monday. The Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) of Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn scored a landslide victory, stripping the opposition of the one seat it had held in the outgoing chamber, said Merga

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