archives : November 2012

     

According to the MIGREUROP’s report and press conference that took place in Paris this Thursday, 2012-11-09, five immigrants per day life-lost in 2011 in trying to reach the European territories. This same organisation’s report points on OTAN the responsibility for this human tragedy. - Monday 12 November 2012


South africa
Johannesburg’s court sentenced a rhino poacher to 40 years in prison; a heavy price to pay that might have a symbolic and discouraging impact for environmental conservation. - Monday 12 November 2012


The eight South African’s political parties that form the opposition agree to table motion of censure against the South African president, Jacob Zuma. - Saturday 10 November 2012


Libya - European Union
According to the MIGREUROP’s report and press conference that took place in Paris this Thursday, 2012-11-09, five immigrants per day life-lost in 2011 in trying to reach the European territories. This same organisation’s report points on OTAN the responsibility for this human tragedy. - Friday 9 November 2012


Kenya - United States
Obama’s family celebrating is second mandate in Kenya. - Thursday 8 November 2012


United States
In the dead of night, residents of Kogelo sat wrapped in blankets, staring anxiously at the only big screen in Obama’s ancestral home. They were not only hoping to witness the re-election of Barack Obama. - Wednesday 7 November 2012


Senegal
United Cities and Local Governments of Africa (UCLG Africa), the city of Dakar and the Association of Mayors of Senegal (AMS) are organising the sixth Africities Summit in Dakar, Senegal from 4th to 8th December, 2012. - Monday 5 November 2012


Nigeria
LAGOS, Nigeria, November 2, 2012/ — Bharti Airtel (http://www.airtel.com), a leading global telecommunications services provider with operations in 20 countries across Asia and Africa, today announced the appointment of Segun Ogunsanya as the Chief Executive Officer of Airtel Networks Ltd, Nigeria (“Airtel Nigeria”). - Monday 5 November 2012


DR Congo
The Democratic Republic of Congo has the highest rate of malnutrition in central and West Africa, affecting 43% of children under five, says Unicef on Tuesday. - Thursday 1 November 2012

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