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Africa ‘Ready’ To Fight Its Own Battles

Africa ‘Ready’ To Fight Its Own Battles

AFRICANGLOBE – Last year, President Jacob Zuma announced the creation of the African Capacity for Immediate Response to Crises, a continental initiative to spare Africa the embarrassment of having to call on outsiders in times of crisis.

Zambia: I Will Not Resign, Declares Guy Scott

AFRICANGLOBE – Zambia’s embattled Acting President Guy Scott has claimed that his colleagues have no powers to remove him. In a statement reacting to the demands calling for his immediate removal or resignation, Scott has refused to yield to the demands of Cabinet Ministers.

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Threats By Sudan ‘Declaration Of War': South Sudan Army

AFRICANGLOBE – The South Sudanese army has decried recent threats by neighboring Sudan that it would pursue rebels into South Sudanese territory as a “declaration of war.”

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Ethiopian Rabbis Accuse Israeli Rabbinate Of Racial Discrimination

AFRICANGLOBE – Israeli rabbis of Ethiopian origin yesterday accused the Israeli rabbinate of racially discriminating against them. Israel’s Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper released a report yesterday claiming that Ethiopian rabbis are racially discriminated against by the rabbinate because of their skin colour.

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Zambia: Ruling Party Demands The Resignation Of Illegal White President Guy Scott

AFRICANGLOBE – More than half of the members of Zambia’s Cabinet known as ministers – the top most body charged with the responsibility of government operations – have asked Acting President Guy Scott to quit his position because his continue stay at the helm of the country was threatening the peace and stability of Zambia.

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Nigerian Court Sentences 54 ‘Mutinous’ Soldiers To Death

AFRICANGLOBE – At least 54 Nigerian soldiers have been sentenced to death after being found guilty of attempted mutiny, an offence that attracts the death penalty in the military.

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Tunisia Presidential Race Hots Up

AFRICANGLOBE – As Tunisia’s Sunday (December 21st) presidential runoff approaches, the campaigns of President Moncef Marzouki and Nidaa Tounes leader Béji Caid Essebsi are hotting up. Campaigning is set to continue until December 19th in Tunisia, and December 17th outside the country.

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British Teacher Found Guilty Of Raping Kenyan Boys

AFRICANGLOBE – A 55-year-old British former public school teacher has been convicted of sexually abusing Kenyan street children. Charity boss Simon Harris denied luring vulnerable boys using food, money and the promise of schooling to his luxury home in Gilgil, Kenya where prosecutors say the abuse took place.

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South Africa Moves Ahead With Nuclear Energy Plan

AFRICANGLOBE – A “critical milestone” has been reached in South Africa’s plans to build new nuclear power stations. The stage was now set to start the preparatory stage for the procurement process that would be undertaken in line with the country’s legislation and policies, it said in a statement.

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