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Zimbabwe on brink of collapse as outbreak of cholera spreads
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Hundreds flee to South Africa seeking treatment ? Crisis much worse than thought, Elders group says Xan Rice in Nairobi The Guardian, Tuesday November 25 2008 A man infected by cholera, which has killed around 300 people in Zimbabwe, is ... more

US lauds Qatar's role in Darfur
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
DOHA: The US has lauded Qatar's initiative to help broker peace in Darfur and bring the sufferings of its people to an end. 'We are impressed with how Qatar has dealt with the issue,' Richard Williamson, the US Special Envoy to Sudan, said ... more

Somali Piracy Reflects a Troubling World
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
AMMAN - You know we're in trouble when much public sentiment in the Arab world probably backs the Somali pirates who last week captured a Saudi Arabian supertanker carrying $100 million of crude oil. If there is a single incident that captures ... more

Convictions upheld in U.S. embassy bombings in Africa (Reuters)
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The convictions of three men sentenced to life in prison for the 1998 bombings of two U.S. embassies in Africa were upheld by a U.S. federal appeals court on Monday. The three were part of four tried and convicted in the bombings ... more

History repeats: Ethiopia in dire need of food aid (ABC)
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
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Nigeria's foreign reserve: How safe?
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
By Peluola Adewale (peladii@yahoo.com) At present, Nigeria's external reserves, put currently at $63bn, are placed at the disposal of global financial sharks to gamble with, while there are monumental developmental challenges facing the country ... more

Cote d'Ivoire 2009: Big fight for shirts in Super Eagles Team B
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Cote d'Ivoire 2009: Big fight for shirts in Super Eagles Team B Super Eagles Team B head coach Okey Emordi says there is keen competition for places in his team for the first leg showdown with Ghana in the final qualifying fixture for the ... more

Shippers want naval blockade of Somali coast
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
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The Nigerian question and PDP at 10
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
By Chuks Ohuegbe As a prelude to the return to civilian dispensation, the Independent National Electoral Commission [INEC] in 1998 registered three political parties. They are the Peoples Democratic Party[PDP], All Peoples Party[APP] and the ... more

Why Nigeria must embrace infrastructure concession
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
By Salisu Suleiman According to figures from the Federal Road Safety Corps, tens of thousands of Nigerians die every year in road accidents. Every Nigerian who has travelled by road will agree that bad roads constitute a major cause of these ... more


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Traffic congestion in Lagos: The beginning of the end?
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
By Walemi Ogunleye walemine@gmail.com It is not every time that one gets the privilege of something commendable and inspiring to write about in Nigeria. Not in the midst of so many negative news in the media everyday. If it was not some sordid tales ... more

Iran warns it may use force against African pirates
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Tehran - Iran on Monday did not rule out using force to free its cargo vessel which was last week hijacked by pirates off the Somalia coast. Foreign Ministry Spokesman Hassan Ghashghavi said Monday that Iran would rather continue negotiations with ... more

Somali Pirates Lower Ransom of Hijacked Saudi Oil Tanker
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
he Somali pirates, who hijacked the Saudi supertanker 'The Sirius Star', have lowered the ransom they demand by USD 10 M, the Bulgarian Information Agency BTA reported Monday citing an Islamist leader with connections to the hijackers. Abdurrahim ... more

BBC producer slain in Somalia felt pressure to go
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
LONDON -- A BBC producer shot and killed in Somalia more than three years ago felt pressured to go to prove her commitment to the public broadcaster, a coroner's inquest heard Monday. Colleagues and friends of murdered BBC producer Kate Peyton lift a ... more

Ghana falls in household consumption of iodated salt
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Ghana has dropped from 74 to 32 percent in household consumption of iodated salt sending a worrying signal that more needs to be done to deal with iodine deficiency disorders, especially among children. In 2005, a survey indicated a 74 per cent ... more

Elders pressure Zimbabwe's MDC
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Members of The Elders, Kofi Annan, Jimmy Carter and Graca Machel had planned to go on a fact-finding mission to Zimbabwe, but Mr Mugabe's government made clear they were not welcome Photo: EPA Since the power-sharing agreement was signed in September ... more

Australia giving $8m in aid to Zimbabwe
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Australia is to provide a further $8 million in urgent aid to crisis-stricken Zimbabwe. The latest assistance was in response to the escalating humanitarian crisis, Foreign Minister Stephen Smith said, adding that 28 per cent of children under five ... more

Australia giving $8m in aid to Zimbabwe
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Australia is to provide a further $8 million in urgent aid to crisis-stricken Zimbabwe. The latest assistance was in response to the escalating humanitarian crisis, Foreign Minister Stephen Smith said, adding that 28 per cent of children under five ... more

U.S. hotel plans $12 million project in Nigerian
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
The American hospitality giant, American Best Hotel Resort and Conference Centre (ABHRCC), has disclosed its plan to turn the Gateway Hotel in Nigeria's southwestern city Ota into a five-star hotel, Lagos-based Punch newspaper reported on Monday. ... more

Australia giving $8m in aid to Zimbabwe
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Australia is to provide a further $8 million in urgent aid to crisis-stricken Zimbabwe. The latest assistance was in response to the escalating humanitarian crisis, Foreign Minister Stephen Smith said, adding that 28 per cent of children under five ... more

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