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Middle East

ISRAEL-OPT: Gaza strikes losing steam

29/09/2008 ANA 0

Ramallah/Gaza, 28 September, 2008- – Palestinian unions allied with the Fatah movement have extended the strikes in the Gaza Strip’s health and education sectors for another two weeks, prolonging the labour action that has been […]

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News

GHANA: Misguided Acts of Conciliation

29/09/2008 ANA 0

I read Mr. Kufuor Appiah-Danquah or is it Mr. Appiah-Danquah Kufuor’s article titled “Mr. President Pardon Tsatsu Tsikata” with indescribable disgust and horror. And I came away from the article fully convinced that the writer […]

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News

Prof. Atta-Mills Can Keep His Condolences

29/09/2008 ANA 0

I couldn’t stop myself from laughing out loud, and then laughing out my lungs! I am, of course, talking about the abject hypocrisy of the so-called Asomdwoehene (or Prince-of-Peace). On Wednesday, the criminal accomplice of […]

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Main News

BURUNDI: Learning to live together in one village

28/09/2008 ANA 0

Bujumbura, 26 September, 2008- – Years ago, Mammert Buregeya, a 54-year-old displaced Burundian Tutsi, would probably have refused to live in Muriza “peace village” because that would bring him close to Hutu returnees. „Suspicion between […]

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Environment

SOUTH AFRICA: Community takes on big polluters

28/09/2008 ANA 0

Durban, 26 September, 2008- – After years of calling on the owners of South Africa’s oil refineries in Durban to upgrade their facilities to reduce pollution, local residents of the eastern port city have decided […]

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World

GLOBAL: Charity coffers face credit crunch

28/09/2008 ANA 0

Geneva, 26 September, 2008- – With the US going through the most significant financial restructuring since the great depression, international aid agencies and NGOs have reason to be wary, observers said. The likelihood that the […]

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