archives : September 2012

     

Ivory Coast
going to celebrate the victory of the Côte d’Ivoire Senegal (4-2) in the first leg of the final qualifying round of the AFCAN 2013, in a nightclub in Abidjan, Kader Keita slipped. The Elephant, which is now moving to Al Sadd Doha, Qatar, has found nothing better than to settle accounts with the editor of the famous Ivorian magazine "Prestige". The Ivorian striker administered several blows to the reporter, who have decided to bring the case to court. - Tuesday 18 September 2012


Panafrica - International
In the five major European championships, Africans in Europe performs differently. If Thierry Dubai and Alain Traoré ensured the show in Ligue 1, Aymen Abdennour and Peter Odemwingie were not at their best level . Afrik- news.comes back on a weekend rich in emotions. - Tuesday 18 September 2012


Togo - France
After passing in front of a togolese judge Le Floch-Prigent was accused for complicity in fraud. The former president of Elf is accused of international fraud for about $ 48 million extorted from the Emirati Al Abbas Youssef. This case also involves the wealthy togolese businessman Sow Bertin Agba and former Minister Pascal Bodjona - Tuesday 18 September 2012


Uganda
David Cecil, a British theater producer - charged last week for a theatre production about the situation of homosexuals in Uganda, has been released. - Tuesday 18 September 2012


Ivory Coast - China
On total Disagreement with the other shareholders of Shanghai Shenhua the wealthy chairman has issued an ultimatum to his associates that they should respect their commitments to Didier Drogba and Nicolas Anelka, otherwise he might withdraw himself. A decision that would seriously disturb the financial stability of the Chineese club and the future of the formers strikers of chelsea - Monday 17 September 2012


Senegal
Senegalese Democratic Party (PDS), the former ruling party of President Abdoulaye Wade just illustrate by using its majority to reject the bill on the abolition of the Senate and the Vice-President. A setback for the current regime Macky Sall who is desperate to remove the upper chamber. - Monday 17 September 2012


Tunisia - United States
The United States began evacuating their nationals living in Tunis, the Tunisian capital. The U.S. Embassy has been targeted by protesters on Friday opposed the film Innocence Muslims. These anti-American violence have spread across North Africa and several countries in the Arab-Muslim world. We’re talking about twenty countries affected. - Monday 17 September 2012


South africa
This Saturday, at two o’clock in the morning, at least 500 South African policemen have launched an assault against the places of residence of minors Marikana, still on strike after five weeks of mobilization. They still claim a salary increase to even triple their monthly salary. The proposed increase of EUR 98 Friday morning by Lonmin was rejected. - Monday 17 September 2012


Mohamoud Sheikh Hassan fled on Wednesday evening at Villa Somalia, a kind of bunker hosting some Somalians institutions and still home to the former head of state, Sheikh Sharif Sheikh Ahmed. The new President of Somalia on Wednesday escaped a suicide attack by al-Shabab. - Monday 17 September 2012


Mali
For intervention in northern Mali, the Malian authorities and (cedeao) have agreed to logistics cooperation. Ministers of Defence, Foreign Affairs and African Integration of the West African organization meet Monday in Abidjan, the capital of Côte d’Ivoire, to shape this collaboration that should lead to a military attack against the Islamists who are currently occupyng Gao, Timbuktu, Kidal and Douentza. - Monday 17 September 2012

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