Africa

Kenya: She-Goat Gives Birth to ‘Human’ Kid

A she-goat belonging to one of Bugengi residents yesterday gave birth to a kid with a human-like face. ...

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Egypt: FJP Spokesman Remanded in Custody Pending Investigations

The prosecution ordered Thursday 22/08/2013 to remand Mourad Ali, a spokesman of Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), in custody for 15 days pending investigations in charges of jeopardizing Egypt's national security. ...

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Egypt: Washington – Mubarak’s Fate Is an Internal Egyptian Matter, Morsy Should Be Released

US Secretary of State Spokeswoman Jennifer Psaki on Thursday 22/08/2013, said that the fate of former president Hosni Mubarak is an internal Egyptian matter, stressing that president Mohamed Morsy, who was ousted in past July, should be released. ...

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Egypt: Azhar Urges Washington to Stop Backing Destructive Chaos in Egypt

Al Azhar called Thursday on the international community to recognize the real situation in Egypt as the people corrected the path of their revolution. ...

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Egypt: Pro-Mursi Protesters Stage Marches From Cairo Mosques

Supporters of deposed President Mohamed Mursi staged marches from several Cairo and Giza mosques on Friday. ...

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Egypt: Army Spokesman – 78 Dead, 203 Arrested in Sinai

Egyptian police and army forces killed 78 armed terrorist elements in Sinai, 32 of which are non-Egyptians, and injured 116 others, a statement for the Armed Forces' spokesman has said. ...

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Ghana: Govt Acts on Illegal Chinese Miners

On 5 June 2013, 169 Chinese miners were arrested in Ghana's gold-mining Ashanti region. ...

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Egypt: In the Heat of the Night – Living Under Cairo’s Curfew

At 7pm, Cairo is officially under curfew. ...

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Egypt: Living Under Cairo’s Curfew

At 7pm, Cairo is officially under curfew. ...

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Congo-Kinshasa: Goma Running Out of Space for DRC’s Displaced

Bulengo — If the Democratic Republic of Congo's (DRC) North Kivu capital of Goma were a hotel, there would be a sign hanging on the door with the words "sorry - no vacancies." From the 1994 exodus from neighbouring Rwanda, in the wake of the genocide, to interstate wars and decades of insecurity caused by a multitude of armed groups, the city has become the end of the line for those fleeing the country's conflicts. ...

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