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News

Ambassador Obanikuro Should Stop Meddling!

26/03/2009 ANA 0

I have been following the short and recent career of Mr. Musiliu Obanikuro, the Nigerian high commissioner to Ghana, in the country and cannot vouch that the man has half-conducted himself as professionally as the […]

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Africa

Ghana: Why Kwadwo Mpiani Chickened Out

26/03/2009 ANA 0

Before the final report of the Transition Team on the Executive Assets Committee was presented to the president for review, the notorious former Chief of Staff Kwadwo Mpiani was reported to have pulled out the […]

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Africa

MADAGASCAR: International community deserts Rajoelina

24/03/2009 ANA 0

Antananarivo, 23 March, 2009- – Andry Rajoelina’s attempt to legitimize his rule as Madagascar’s president by holding his inauguration on 21 March is serving to galvanize international opposition to his new administration. Rajoelina, the former […]

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World

SRI LANKA: Thousands flee conflict-hit north

24/03/2009 ANA 0

Colombo, 24 March, 2009- – Thousands of civilians escaped fighting in the north over the weekend, according to official sources, as the UN warned of deteriorating conditions for those still trapped in the combat zone. […]

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News

SUDAN: Fallout scenarios

23/03/2009 ANA 0

Cairo, 20 March, 2009- – The expulsion or closure of 16 aid groups in Sudan could worsen North-South relations, stall the Darfur peace process and deter future humanitarian action, analysts said. The decision, and the […]

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Health

AFRICA: Pope’s comments stoke condom debate

23/03/2009 ANA 0

Dakar, 20 March, 2009- – In his first public statement on condoms and AIDS earlier this week, Pope Benedict XVI reignited an international debate between religious leaders working with AIDS patients and European governments that […]

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Environment

IRAQ: Move to revive ailing marshlands

17/03/2009 ANA 0

Baghdad, 16 March, 2009- – On 12 March the Iraqi government and a number of UN agencies launched a $47 million initiative to remove dykes and canals built by the regime of former President Saddam […]

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