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Harare :: Zimbabwe | updated 2012-04-12 01:11:47 -0700 | odd-news

Geng Zimbabwe Women Back in ActionGang of women who hunt men for rape back in action. Zimbabwe police had put extra precautions. According to police, at least two men reported being victims of sexual assault in the last week of...
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Posted by: rsa76

Tunis :: Tunisia | updated 2012-03-11 21:05:17 -0700 | odd-news

For his second trip to Tunisia, Alain Juppé met President Marzouki and Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali, to whom he reiterated the "full support" and "trust" from France to Tunisia.
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Cairo :: Egypt | updated 2012-04-17 12:07:09 -0700 | odd-news

Accused of crimes against humanity committed during the protests that ended with his resignation. Mubarak became the second Arab leader to fall by the Arab riots of spring,"The law provides the death penalty for premeditated murder," said Mustafa Suleiman tax...
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Cairo :: Egypt | updated 2012-07-26 01:34:55 -0700 | odd-news

The Egyptian military on Thursday raided on the human rights organizations working in the country for the revival of democracy. The organizations are protesting against the raids, calling them a way of curbing their efforts for the democracy. The organizations...
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Freetown :: Sierra Leone | updated 2012-07-27 17:40:33 -0700 | odd-news

It was a huge haul of drugs shipped from Ecuador to Sierra Leone in 40-feet high containers full of nappies. The drug cartels of Latin America use bases like Sierra Leone in West Africa as the transit point for distribution...
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Khartoum :: Sudan | updated 2012-04-17 09:14:15 -0700 | odd-news

Sudan's army killed the leader of the main rebel group in Darfur, according to the military. The army said Khalil Ibrahim died in combat in the area of ​​Wad Banda, Kordofan North. The news has not been independently verified. Khalil...
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Breaking News: Mystery "Space Ball" drops into Namibian Grassland
 
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Windhoek :: Namibia | updated 2012-07-26 19:54:53 -0700 | odd-news

A strange large hollow metallic ball with a circumference of 43 inches was found into remote grassland in Namibia. The place is 750 Kilometers away from the capital Windhoek, police forensics director Paul Ludik said. According to Ludik, Locals had...
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Cairo :: Egypt | updated 2012-05-22 12:35:40 -0700 | odd-news

CAIRO - Rival Palestinian factions Fatah and Hamas on Thursday took an important step towards reconciliation, announcing that the latter will go to the Palestine Liberation Organization. The agreement to support the extremist militias the PLO, which for two decades...
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Breaking News: Scientists warn of a shortage of incense
 
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Addis Ababa :: Ethiopia | updated 2012-07-27 17:44:45 -0700 | odd-news

A group of scientists warned that the incense, the fragrant resin that is burned in religious ceremonies for 5,000 years, may become increasingly scarce.Frankincense comes from Boswellia tree that grows in the drylands of Africa and the Arabian peninsula.Researchers monitored...
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Posted by: rsa76

Cairo :: Egypt | updated 2012-06-15 11:57:10 -0700 | odd-news

As the clashes continued into the night from Sunday to Monday on Tahrir Square in Cairo between protesters and police force, the United States and the UN have expressed their concern. Since Friday, ten people died.
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Posted by: kingston23

Alexandria :: Egypt | updated 2012-04-17 09:14:39 -0700 | odd-news

Cairo (PL) Ruled by a military junta which Hosni Mubarak decided to hand over power in February 2011 Egypt rocked by riots released and sent him immersed in peaceful elections, preceded by no less disturbing events. The wave of popular...
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Mogadishu :: Somalia | updated 2012-02-18 19:27:54 -0800 | odd-news

NATO reported a sharp drop in piracy off the Horn of Africa. In 2009, 45 ships were hijacked in the area, a number that has so far been reduced to just under half, 21. An alliance spokesman attributed the decline...
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Tripoli :: Libya | updated 2012-04-17 09:15:26 -0700 | odd-news

The team of experts have found more than 5,000 anti-aircraft missiles and harmless, U.S. officials said Andrew Shapiro. He was able to track the spot, like near the village of Sidi Bin controlled only in the east of the capital...
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Jos :: Nigeria | updated 2012-04-17 09:15:28 -0700 | odd-news

Several bombs exploded in three bars relayed on Saturday in the Nigerian city of Jos soccer match the Spanish league between Barcelona and Real Madrid, killing at least one dead and ten people injured, authorities said. At least 600 people,...
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Breaking News: Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb released two photos of five Western hostages
 
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Tripoli :: Libya | updated 2012-04-17 09:15:41 -0700 | odd-news

Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb issued several photographs that you can see the five Westerners kidnapped by the organization in northern Mali on 24 and November 25, as collected Mauritanian news agency ANI. In the first of the images,...
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