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Kenyan police arrest possible Hague suspect

The man who is believed to be the sixty seven year-old, Bosnian Serb ex-military chief Ratko Maldic, was arrested at a resort coast in the coastal city of Mombasa, police spokesman Eric Kiraithe tol

1 more Day of Street-life in the Movies

After being banned by the authorities, the controversial film 1 Day is back for another screening. Portraying the street-life in an Afro-Carribean community in Birmingham, the film had its premiere

An early release for Ethiopia pop star

Teddy Afro, Ethiopia's most famous pop star, has been released early on Thursday from a two-year jail sentence for manslaughter. Teddy Afro has served 18 months of the two year sentence. The pop st

Obama meets Sarkozy before NATO kick off

US President Barack Obama meets with French President Nicolas Sarkozy today for bilateral talks ahead of the NATO summit. Protests have already kicked off with French police firing rubber bullets

Drive to disarm South Sudan

A disarmament drive in Sudan is underway.In South Sudan’s regional capital Juba, security forces blocked roads in a dawn operation and soldiers searched houses for illegal weapons.Major General

MDC member murdered for playing a song

The Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) revealed today that a member of their party was beaten to death for playing a song that praises Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai.Godknows Dzoro Mtshakazi was k

Violence as Sudanese trouser trial continues

The trial of Lubna Ahmed al-Hussein, a Sudanese woman journalist who risks 40 lashes if convicted of committing an “indecent act” for wearing trousers, is expected to resume today.Hussein,

Madagascan saga continues

In Madagascar, the army has declined a request from the three main opposition movements to take control of the country’s institutions and head a unity government until the crisis is resolved on

Burkina Faso’s capital devastated by floods

The capital of Burkina Faso, Ouagadougou, has been devastated by floods. At least three people have died and thousands are homeless as the heaviest downfall since 1919 struck Ouagadougou and its surro

Apartheid policeman loses bid to reclaim former post

Apartheid policeman Wybrand du Toit's bid to regain his former position as a police director has been rejected. Du Toit's lawyer Jan Wagener expressed his disappointment following the Constitutional

Nigeria names bank debtors

The Nigerian central bank has threatened its largest debtors with legal action. On Wednesday the central bank published a list of more than 200 customers including companies such as Transcorp and fue

Tanzania police officers cleared of murder

Eight Tanzanian police officers have been cleared of murder after they shot dead four civilians in 2006. The trial was the country's first ever court case concerning the deaths of civilians by police

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