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  • UN investigates clashes on border

    UN investigates clashes on border

    22 April 2005 - IRIN
  • Africa

    UN seeks to protect healthcare workers against AIDS

    22 April 2005 - Plusnews
  • Kenya

    Africa Radio Conference opens

    A five-day conference to discuss the importance of local content for sustainability of community radio stations in Africa will start in Nairobi on Monday, April 18, 2005.
    16 April 2005 - NewsfromAfrica
  • Rwanda

    Government destroys 6,000 small arms

    14 April 2005 - IRIN
  • Africa

    Why Mark Global Week of Action on Trade Justice

    April 10, 2005 marked the beginning of the Global Week of Action on Trade Justice in many countries around the world. Events run until April 16 or 17.

    13 April 2005 - CISA
  • Africa

    It is A Loud 'No' to Unfair Trade

    Religious and civil rights organizations in Africa have commenced weeklong activities marking the Global Week of Action on Trade Justice, April 10-16, 2005.
    13 April 2005 - CISA
  • Gambia

    Interest rates on loans increase poverty among women

    13 April 2005 - Fatoumatta Drammeh
  • Uganda

    Seven rebel suspects arrested

    Seven rebel suspects were arrested Seven treason suspects who established a rebel training camp in Maramagambo forest in Bushenyi have been charged by Buganda local court.
    11 April 2005 - Jack Otim, Apac FM
  • Awards

    Batten Awards for Innovations in Journalism

    For journalism that uses technology in innovative ways...
    Deadline: June 9 2005
    11 April 2005 - Simbani Africa
  • Awards

    African Information Society Initiative (AISI) Media Awards

    For African journalists and media institutions…
    Deadline: July 31 2005/September 30 2005
    11 April 2005 - <b>Simbani Africa</b>
  • Burundi

    Food shortages in Burundi Deepen

    Following Burundi's recent vote for a new constitution to end more than ten years of conflict, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and World Food Programme (WFP) said today that two million Burundians would need emergency food aid this year, 40 percent more than last year.
    18 March 2005 - FAO NEWS RELEASE
  • DR Congo

    20 die in diamond mine collapse

    Twenty small-scale miners have died and scores are missing following the collapse of a mine at Kapangla, a village in the Democratic Republic of Congo's south-central province of Kasai Occidental, the province's deputy governor, Clement Kanku, told IRIN on Wednesday.
    17 March 2005 - Integrated Regional Information Network (IRIN)
  • Uganda

    600,000 drought-affected people to get food aid in northeast

    The UN World Food Programme (WFP) has launched an operation to provide food aid to nearly 600,000 drought-affected people in Uganda's northeastern Karamoja region during the next six months, the agency said in statement on Wednesday.
    17 March 2005 - Integrated Regional Information Network (IRIN)
  • Rwanda

    Gacaca lacking in political support

    The recently launched traditional gacaca courts set up to try tens of thousands of people suspected of taking part in the 1994 genocide are still lacking political support to kick off more effectively, Johnston Busingye, the Secretary General in the Ministry of Justice has said.
    16 March 2005 - Nasra Bishumba

    African Union Should Push for Debt Cancellation

    The African Union (AU), being the pan-African intergovernmental body that can assess the laws governing debt and the statutory and other obligations of lenders, should play a crucial role in ensuring that debt is cancelled in the African continent.
    16 March 2005
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