"Reuters - Libya expects the United States will
soon remove it from its list of state sponsors of terror
following the return to Libyan oilfields of the Oasis Group of
U.S. companies, a top Libyan oil official...
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Reuters - An armed gang dressed in
police uniform attacked the offices of Agip oil company, a unit
of Italy's ENI, in Nigeria on Tuesday and 11 people were
killed, security and government sources said.
Soccer: Cameroon beats Angola 3-1 in African Cup of Nations
Sunday, January 22 2006 @ 10:12 AM Eastern Standard Time
SportsCameroon beat Angola 3-1 in the African Cup of Nations Group B match in Cairo on Saturday. All the goals came in the first half with reigning African...
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At least 15 militiamen have been killed in fighting between opposing factions from a clan in central Somalia.Tanks, rocket-propelled grenades and assault rifles were deployed in a battle for battle for control of grazing land and water for livestock.
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Turks.US - Nigeria's security forces are on high alert after gunmen attacked
several major oil pipelines. A series of explosions have killed at
least 11 people, and dozens more have been injured.
The attacks occured about 50 kilometres from the major oil terminal in
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Sing your favorite songs on video and share them online! As anticipated a few days ago, I am launching today my online video music station for broadband users only. This new site is my first humble effort at...
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AP - A powerful earthquake struck the Lake Tanganyika region of East Africa on Monday, toppling dozens of homes in a Congolese town and burying children in the rubble, aid workers said. Several people were reported killed.
ONITSHA, Nigeria, Dec 5 (Reuters) - Millions of Nigerians from the Ibo ethnic group boycotted work on Monday in a stay-at-home protest called by a separatist group that has drawn a tough response from federal authorities.
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Yesterday, Nicholas Kristof, a New York Times Op-Ed columnist, wrote a compelling article on the dire situation in Darfur and ways Americans can respond to this tragedy. Yeah, that's thoughtful and all but we already talked about that here, and here, and here, and oh yeah,...