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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.


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.


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


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.


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.


Benin
Benin authorities have arrested President Thomas Boni Yayi’s doctor, his niece and an ex-minister over a suspected plot to poison the leader, the public prosecutor said on Monday.


DR Congo
Heads of State and Government called upon the Security Council of the United Nations to adopt targeted sanctions against all those responsible for abuses in eastern DRC during the 14th Francophonie summit in Kinshasa.


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.


France
Umut Talha, born on 26 January 2011 at the Antoine Béclère de Clamart Hospital near Paris, is the first “child donor” – NOT “medicine baby” as the media would have it – to be born in France.


Ivory Coast
The political situation in Ivory Coast remains complex and now the country is facing problems with the supply of medicines. Indeed, a serious problem is arising with the antiretroviral drugs that are needed by patients being treated for HIV. There is the logistical problem of course, but not just that. NGOs are concerned about the effects that political instability could have on support from donors…

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