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Charlotte protest: Clear tipping point of the boiling tension
Global Herald

Ethiopia protests: Fire and gunshots reported at jail Aljazee...

Media and activists report gunfire and blaze at jail where politicians are held, as anti-government protests continue. A prison in Ethiopia where high-profile politicians are held has caught fire and gunshots were later heard there, according to ..., 3 weeks ago

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Nigeria: Troops battle Boko Haram near Malam Fatori - Fierce clashes have been reported and claims of casualties as Nigeria's military backed up by a multi-national force battled Boko Haram fighters for control of a town in the country's northeast. The fighting on Tuesday and Wednesday ...
 Naija Daily Wire4 days ago Nollywood: Nigeria stands out at Toronto film festival -  Naija Daily Wire6 days ago Nigerian refugees in Niger struggle for food and water -  Naija Daily Wire2 weeks ago Purported leader of Boko Haram resurfaces in new video Africa  GNN Liberia13 hours ago

Philippines' Duterte unleashes more profanity at the EU - 20-09-2016

Angry at European denunciations over his bloody drug crackdown, Philippine president tells the union where to go. Manila, Philippines - President Rodrigo Duterte has unleashed a series of expletives against the European Union after its parliament ...
 EU Business5 days ago Philippines drug war: Duterte does not want interference  Global Herald1 day ago
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Zimbabwe: Robert Mugabe blasts judges over protests

President criticises judiciary for "reckless" rulings, ahead of a legal challenge against an official ban on rallies. Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has accused the country's judiciary of recklessness for allowing anti-government demonstrations ... weeks ago Zimbabwe Attacks Botswana leader over Mugabe comment  Reports Afrique1 day ago Zimbabweans react to re-imposed protest ban  News241 week ago | Zimbabweans react to re-imposed protest ban  News24 Nigeria1 week ago
Azeri-Press Information Agency

19/09/2016 Azerbaijan reduces gasoline production 7% 12:55 19 September

OPEC Secretary-General says no major decisions will be made in Aljazeera 17.09.2016 Historical monuments unearthed at TANAP construction site 17.09.2016 Europe's biggest natural gas producer is running out of fuel 16.09.2016 SOCAR, ...
 Azeri-Press Information Agency6 days ago 19/09/2016 OPEC Secretary-General says no major decisions will be made in Aljazeera 10:31 19 September  Azeri-Press Information Agency6 days ago 23/09/2016 Oil prices fall 11:08 23 September  Azeri-Press Information Agency2 days ago 19/09/2016 Azerbaijan sees 14% decline in gold production 10:52 19 September  Azeri-Press Information Agency6 days ago

162 dead in Egyptian boat tragedy

Migrant boat Photo: aljazeera One hundred and forty-eightbodies have been recovered after a boat carrying hundreds of migrants capsized off an Egyptian coastal town, a provincial official said onFriday. Rescuers on Friday pulled out of ...
 NanNewsNigeria.com2 days ago Refugees drown after boat capsizes off Egypt's coast  Global Herald4 days ago Migrant boat capsizes off Egypt, killing at least 20  Equilibrio Informativo4 days ago At least 20 migrants perish in shipwreck off Egypt  India Online.in4 days ago

Hungary should be kicked out of the EU - 23-09-2016

Raising fences and hiring "border hunters" to reject war refugees goes against the values of the EU. Over the past few days, the streets of Hungary have been taken over by large billboards with an unequivocal message: "Let's send a message to ...
 EU Business3 days ago Greece rejects taking in more refugees from EU states - 09-09-2016  EU Business2 weeks ago
Global Herald

The Panama News blog links, September 19, 2016

[embedded content] Cruise Industry News, More than 230 cruise ships coming to Panama this season Aljazeera, Panama's grand canal The Packer, Expanded Panama Canal opens to topsy-turvy market EFE, ACP da ultimátum a empresa que ocasiona ...
 Panama News6 days ago Techknow Ecstasy Drug Therapy promo  Global Herald4 days ago Techknow Panama's Grand Canal promo  Global Herald4 days ago Al Jazeera World promo  Global Herald4 days ago

Gabon's Ali Bongo hits back at EU over poll 'anomalies' - 07-09-2016

President accuses EU observation mission of bias and insists that only the country's top court can order a recount. Gabonese President Ali Bongo has denied EU observers' calls for a recount of last week's disputed presidential vote, saying it was a ...
 EU Business2 weeks ago Bongo seeks talks with opposition ahead of court ruling over Gabon vote  Global Herald4 days ago Gabon's justice minister resigns! weeks ago

50 million children uprooted by crises: UNICEF

News Code : 777484 Source : Aljazeera War and poverty have forced 50 million children around the world from their homes, according to UNICEF. (AhlulBayt News Agency) - War and poverty have forced 50 million children around the world from ...
 ABNA24.com2 weeks ago Syria, nuclear arms and refugees top UN Assembly agenda  National Mirror6 days ago Inside Story Can the world's governments educate every child?  Global Herald1 week ago
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