Africa

Public Deserves More Information on NEPAD’s Achievements, Challenges – ECA Official Tells Experts’ Meeting

The Director of the Economic Development and NEPAD Division ECA’s has said that officials and experts working on the implementation of the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) owe the public clear explanations on what the initiative has achieved in the 10 years of its existence. ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia, August 16, 2012/ — Public Deserves More Information on NEPAD’s Achievements, ...

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American AIDS Activist Names Trans-Atlantic Rowboat In E. Guinea Next Week

Goree Island, Senegal – Victor Mooney of Forest Hills, New York will announce the name of his new ocean rowboat in the capital of Equatorial Guinea, Africa’s sole former Spanish colony, next week. Mr. Mooney’s announcement is designed to coincide with the Ninth Leon H. Sullivan Summit, which is scheduled from August 20 – 24. “Remarkably, President Teodoro Obiang Nguema ...

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African leaders advised to honour Atta Mills

The Heads of African countries have been advised to nurture peace, security and democracy and the way of keeping Atta Mills’ efforts alive. Speaking to Mlimani TV in Dar es Salaam today afternoon, Nigeria Ambassador to Tanzania, Dr Ishaya Samaila Manjabu said the continent has lost the democratic figure but his efforts of ensuring Africa becomes really democratic continent should ...

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Lubanga case: Trial Chamber I issues first ICC decision on reparations for victims

THE HAGUE, Netherland, August 7, 2012/ — Today, 7 August 2012, Trial Chamber I of the International Criminal Court (ICC) (http://www.icc-cpi.int) decided, for the first time in proceedings at the ICC, on the principles that are to be applied to reparations for victims in the context of the case against Thomas Lubanga Dyilo, who was found guilty (http://bit.ly/RwP2zi), on 14 ...

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