archives : January 2010


All the ten states in southern Sudan lack clean water, but that is about to change as the southern Sudan government assures residents that they will soon get clean tap water. - Saturday 9 January 2010

Nigeria - United States
Nigerian born Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, facing charges in the United states for an attempted Christmas day massacre, refused to make any plea in his first court appearance, yesterday, January 8. The Detroit Judge thus entered a not-guilty plea on behalf of the terror suspect. - Saturday 9 January 2010

South africa - Angola
The attack of Togo Football team in Angola on Friday by rebels has tarnished the image of African football at the same time raising questions on security preparedness by World Cup host South Africa. - Saturday 9 January 2010

United States - International
Triple threat releases lifetime movie ’Sins of the Mother’ February 7. Reveals new album ’The light of the Sun’ Spring/Summer 2010 supports Lilith Fair Tour with Sarah Mclachlan, Sheryl Crow and others. - Friday 8 January 2010

Sudan - United States
Enough, the anti-genocide project at the Center for American Progress, released the following statement today on the eve of the fifth anniversary of the signing of the landmark Comprehensive Peace Agreement in Sudan: - Friday 8 January 2010

Kenya - International
On December, 22, 2009, the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) concluded the Article IV consultation with Kenya.1 - Friday 8 January 2010

Benin - International
Jean-Francis Régis Zinsou, the new Permanent Representative of Benin to the United Nations, today presented his credentials to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. - Friday 8 January 2010

Equatorial Guinea - International
Anatolio Ndong Mba, the new Permanent Representative of Equatorial Guinea to the United Nations, today presented his credentials to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. - Friday 8 January 2010

Panafrica - Ethiopia - United States
On this year’s King Holiday, Monday, January 18, 2010, the Ministry of Social Concern at Harlem’s historic Abyssinian Baptist Church, will again celebrate the work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in its "Non-Violence As A Means to Make A Difference" Youth Program. - Friday 8 January 2010

Ghana - International
A migration profile of Ghana released today by IOM finds that a combination of a growing and increasingly educated Ghanaian labour force, a lack of employment opportunities for young people and the decline of Nigeria as a major destination for Ghanaians has led to increasing migration to countries outside of West Africa with worrying implications for key sectors. - Friday 8 January 2010

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