archives : June 2010

     

Sudan
The Sudanese government attacked a Darfur rebel group Liberty and Justice Movement (JEM) hours after Qatari mediators and UN officials proposed peace talks, plunging the chances of a peace deal expected to be reached by mid-July. The clash in Sudan’s Darfur region claimed 50 deaths and wounded 101. - Wednesday 23 June 2010


Nigeria
In a decisive game versus South Korea, Nigeria failed to make the difference. Nigeria have only themselves to blame. The Super Eagles had their chances but failed to take them as the hard working Taeguk Warriors progress to the second round. - Tuesday 22 June 2010


South africa - France
After a chaotic week-end, France want to set their minds on the pitch. Unfortunately for Les Bleus, it was not too be after a terrible start, darkened even more by two goals and a red card within the first half. It’s all over for Raymond Domenech and his men. Thank God! - Tuesday 22 June 2010


Uganda
Some Christian worshipers in Uganda have been accused of stealing money from offertory bags in churches. - Tuesday 22 June 2010


Sudan
The Popular Congress Party (PCP) yesterday went to the Sudanese Constitutional court to appeal for the release of it’s leader, Dr Abdallah Turabi. - Tuesday 22 June 2010


Congo
Dozens of deaths and injuries were recorded Monday night in Congo, when a coastal train belonging to the Chemin de fer Congo-océan (CFCO) derailed and crashed into a ravine. The cause of the accident is not yet known. - Tuesday 22 June 2010


Cameroon - DR Congo - France - United Kingdom - Australia
A private jet that went missing while transporting a group of investors from Yaounde, Cameroon, to Yangadou, a small mining town in Congo was found Monday night. It had left Yaounde on Saturday. None of the 11 passengers survived the crash. - Tuesday 22 June 2010


Cameroon - Egypt - Eritrea - Ethiopia - Equatorial Guinea - Libya - Uganda - Rwanda - Sudan - Chad
A United States based think tank, Foreign Policy/Fund for Peace has ranked President Mugabe as the second worse despots in the world after North Korean Kim Jongil. The nearly 90-ear-old Zimbabwean president is followed by the presidents of Sudan, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Libya, Chad, Equatorial Guinea, Egypt... - Tuesday 22 June 2010


Panafrica - Cameroon
At a time when over seventy per cent of Africans still lack access to treatments against HIV, malaria and tuberculosis, among other diseases, Cameroon has taken a giant step to develop the production of generic drugs with the help of the African Union. Much less expensive than brand drugs, these drugs will be accessible to a greater number of people at affordable prices. - Tuesday 22 June 2010


Panafrica
It was a departure they never had time to prepare for. Seeking to escape death amidst fighting between the Senegalese army and rebels in the southern Senegalese region of Casamance — thousands fled their homes and abandoned livestock and property. Over the past two decades many have resettled in successive waves in Ziguinchor, a major city in the area. - Monday 21 June 2010

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