archives : April 2010


Uganda - International
Iran’s president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Friday night arrived in Uganda for a two day state visit. - Saturday 24 April 2010

United Kingdom - Western Sahara
Letters disclosed today show that the Conservative and Liberal Democrat parties have a different policy to the Labour government in relation to resolving the 35 year conflict in Western Sahara. - Friday 23 April 2010

Panafrica - United States
The American Federation of Government Employees was deeply saddened to learn of the passing of civil rights matriarch Dr. Dorothy Height. - Friday 23 April 2010

Iranian president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s security details on Friday took over all security arrangements after they protested that Zimbabwean spies are armateurs. - Friday 23 April 2010

Panafrica - United States
NAMIC (National Association for Multi-ethnicity in Communications) has announced the winners of the 16th Annual NAMIC Vision Awards. Awards were presented on Thursday, April 22 at a luncheon ceremony held at the Beverly Hilton. Presented annually by NAMIC-Southern California, the NAMIC Vision Awards honor the television industry’s creators, networks and business leaders demonstrating a commitment to producing multi-ethnic original programming that reflects the rich diversity of the global viewing audience. HBO garnered four Vision Awards, topping the 27 networks and producers/distributors vying for honors in 15 award categories. - Friday 23 April 2010

Iranian leader Mahmoud Ahmadinejad today vowed to stand side by side with Zimbabwean leader in defence of the country against the “arrogant, evil minded super powers”. - Friday 23 April 2010

South africa
Four earthquakes hit South Africa on Thursday but no huge damages were recorded, the country’s seismology unit has said. - Friday 23 April 2010

Nigeria’s ruling political party, the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) has been thrown into disarray ahead of the country’s 2011 presidential election. - Friday 23 April 2010

Panafrica - United States
On the continent most vulnerable to climate change, officials from across Africa have committed to working with international partners to strengthen national weather and climate services that are critical to helping countries adapt to the changing conditions. - Friday 23 April 2010

On World Malaria Day this week governments and activists will boast of millions of dollars spent on tackling the disease that still kills a child every thirty seconds somewhere in the world. But most of them are culpable of disarming our most effective weapon—insecticides such as DDT. - Friday 23 April 2010

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