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  • Africa: Countries Vow Not to Use Child Soldiers December 4, 2012
    [UNOSRSG]New York -Today, Bolivia, Comoros, Guinea Bissau, Kuwait and Yemen endorsed the 'Paris Commitments' to end the recruitment and use of children by armed forces and groups, bringing the list of endorsers to 105 Member States. […]
  • Kenya: Tensions Grow as Polls Loom December 4, 2012
    [IRIN]Nairobi -After Kenya went to the polls five years ago, Victor Situma and his family were among some 600,000 people who fled their homes as, in many parts of the country, a bitter dispute over who had won the presidency degenerated into widespread inter-communal violence. […]
  • Sudan: Belief That Khartoum Regime Will Reform Is Misplaced December 4, 2012
    [African Arguments]The tendency by the United States and its allies to count on the existing regime in Khartoum to embark on serious reforms towards achieving genuine democracy and stability is illusive. Putting all the eggs in the basket of the current regime is a dangerous gamble. […]
  • Kenya: U.S. Cookstoves Initiatives Director to Visit Safe Water and Aids Programs December 4, 2012
    [U.S. Embassy Nairobi]Jacob Moss, Director of U.S. Cookstoves Initiatives at the U.S. Department of State, will visit the Safe Water and AIDS Program's (SWAP) model village outside Kisumu in Ahero, Kenya, on Wednesday, December 5, 2012 at 3:15 p.m. Media are invited to attend the event. The visit will highlight the partnership between the U.S. Centers f […]
  • Kenya: Paul Tergat Starts Walk With Giants December 4, 2012
    [Capital FM]The gentleman known as Paul Tergat has been endorsed by Johnnie Walker as one of the world’s most inspirational men, after becoming the first East African to be included in their global ‘Walk With Giants’ campaign. […]
  • Sudan: Sudanese Government, Splinter Group to Hold Talks for Peace in Darfur Next Week December 4, 2012
    [Sudan Tribune]Khartoum -Sudanese government and a splinter rebel faction of Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) will hold talks aiming to reach a peace agreement in the Qatari capital Doha next week, a Sudanese minister said. […]
  • Sudan: Sudanese Government Approves 2013 Draft Budget, Says No Lifting of Fuel Subsidies December 4, 2012
    [Sudan Tribune]Khartoum -The Sudanese finance minister Ali Mahmood on Monday denied any intention to further cut fuel subsidies next year and ruled out the possibility of increasing wages despite intense pressure by the labor union. […]
  • Somalia: Heavy Fighting Erupts in a Town Outside Mogadishu,Somali Capital December 4, 2012
    [Shabelle]Balad -A heavy fighting between Somali forces and Al shabab has again erupted on Tuesday at locations near Qalimow town just outside Mogadishu, the capital of Somalia, reports said. […]
  • Somalia: PM Calls to End Deadly Clan Fighting in Central Somalia December 4, 2012
    [Shabelle]Mogadishu -Abdi Farah Shirdon, Somali PM has called to stop and end immediately a deadly clan fighting in the country's central region of Galgadud that left at least 30 people dead. […]
  • Burundi: Joyous Homecoming After Lifetime in Exile December 4, 2012
    [UNHCR]Muyange -After spending half his life in exile, 30-year-old Feliyaza Bucumi has finally brought his six children and pregnant 28-year-old wife back to his ancestral home. […]

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