Monthly Archives: "September 2014"

This week UK has  added another £7m to the already £23m of humanitarian assistance in the Central African Republic following the fighting which broke out in March 2013, after the refuge crisis is worsening with...

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Libya’s elected parliament will hold today in Ghadames, a southern town near the Algerian border, its first talks with members from from the rival assembly from the  western city of Misrata. The House of Representatives,...

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Saturday, South Sudanese President Salva Kiir  praised his government’s unrelenting efforts to end the nine-month conflict in South Sudan and move its nation from fighting to social and economic development. Mr. Kiir thanked the international...

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