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ebola First Ebola Vaccine to Be Tested in Guinea
          The Guinean Government with the World Health Organization (WHO) initiated the very first efficacy trial of an Ebola vaccine this week in an affected community of the Basse-Guinée, one of the areas where most Ebola …
nigerian More than 1,000 Civilians Dead in Nigeria Since January
Attacks by the Islamist armed group Boko Haram killed more than 1,000 civilians in 2015, based on witness accounts and an analysis of media reports, Human Rights Watch said today. According to the report, Boko Haram fighters have deliberately attacked …
AU maintains its principled position for right to self-determination and decolonization of Sahrawi Republic
The Chairperson of the African Union Commission, Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma met with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic, H.E. Salem. O. Salek. They exchanged opinions on a range of topical issues relevant to the …
South-Sudan-President-Salva-Kiir. Parliament in South Sudan extend President Kiir’s term of office by three years
        Despite the peace agreement signed by South Sudanese President Salva Kiir and the chief of the SPLM-In-Opposition (SPLM-I-O),  Riek Machar on February 2 in Addis Ababa, pledging to set up a transitional, power-sharing government, lawmakers in …
PTA-Bank_logo_bg PTA Bank donates USD 50,000 to support the fight against Ebola
        African Union and the PTA Bank signed MOU to support the fight against Ebola. The MOU signed by the Chairperson of the AU Commission Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma and the President and Chief Executive of the …
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  • The whole fragile equilibrium hinges on the rebels practically giving up . It would be enough for them to find a foreign sponsor , public or private , or to mobilize enough cash to buy ammunition and fuel on the open market , to suddenly upset the whole thing…
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