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South Africa Commences The Issuance Of Visas In Liberia

April 4, 2015 0

After months of intensive bilateral discussions between the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the South African Embassy, the Republic of South Africa has announced it has now brought in the necessary equipment to begin the […]

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Court action taken to free Al Jazeera¹s Nigerian journalists

April 3, 2015 0

Legal action has been taken to declare the Nigerian military’s detention of two Al Jazeera journalists as “illegal and unconstitutional.” The Motion on Notice filed today in Abuja’s high court seeks the enforcement of Ahmed […]

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How Goodluck Jonathan lost the Nigerian election

April 1, 2015 0

For the first time ever a Nigerian president has failed to win the popular vote. It’s a landmark for democracy, but where did it all go wrong for Jonathan? Goodluck Jonathan has earned the dubious […]

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Diplomat: Hurdles Remain in Iran Nuclear Talks

March 30, 2015 0

The talks on Iran's nuclear program continued in Switzerland Monday, with a Western diplomat saying there were three major outstanding issues as negotiators raced to beat their self-imposed deadline. The diplomat told reporters in Lausanne […]

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Al Jazeera condemns attack on Sanaa bureau

March 28, 2015 0

Al Jazeera Media Network condemned the invasion of Houthi rebels on its bureau in the Yemeni capital. Armed Houthis stormed the bureau in Sanaa as guards reported that the rebels destroyed security cameras, smashed the […]

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The Ebola detectives

March 26, 2015 0

Swedish statistician and global health professor Hans Rosling spent three months working as an epidemiologist in the Liberian Health Ministry helping to tackle the Ebola crisis. Here he describes how a firefighting exercise became a […]

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