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2015-08-31 20:44 MEDIA WATCH

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Latest update : 2013-06-25

Somalian money transfer businesses set to lose Barclay's accounts

The gloomy prognosis on the health of South Africa's former president Nelson Mandela is foremost in the minds of many of his countrymen. Also, West African governments meet in Cameroon to discuss the escalation of piracy in the region. And Somalia's money transfer industry is warned that Barclay's plans to close their accounts would cut off a crucial lifeline to some of the world's poorest people.

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2015-08-31 Nigeria

Boko Haram blamed for massacre in northeastern Nigeria

Boko Haram horsemen are blamed for the shooting of dozens of villagers in Borno state. But security officials say they're cracking down on the insurgents and that around 20 top...

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2015-08-28 Guinea Conakry

Alpha Condé reacts to Dadis Camara's bid to return home

Guinea's president brushes aside claims that he's been blocking exiled former junta leader Dadis Camara from returning to Conakry. Captain Camara now says he wants to run in the...

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2015-08-27 Nigeria

Nigeria marks 500 days since kidnap of Chibok schoolgirls

On the 500th day since nearly 300 Nigerian schoolgirls were abducted by Boko Haram, those hoping for their return march in their memory and call for the government to keep up the...

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2015-08-26 Africa

South Sudan's Salva Kiir signs peace deal

South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir signs a peace deal aimed at ending 20 months of brutal civil war, but makes it clear that he has deep reservations about the proposal. Also,...

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2015-08-25 Africa

Loyalists dominate new Burundi government

The new cabinet of Burundi's President Pierre Nkurunziza is sworn in, a move criticised by some opposition members who say the new ministers are not legitimate, this following...

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