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Irish government launches Africa Agri-Food Development Fund By Ian Callagy The Irish government, last week, launched an Agri-Food fund for Africa. Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs Eamon Gilmore TD said of the initiative: “Business opportunities are opening 12 April 2012

 

Paris Club agrees $344 mln debt relief for Guinea The Paris club of creditor governments agreed on Wednesday to provide $344 million in debt relief to Guinea, including more than $151 million in debt cancellation, the group said in 11 April 2012

 

World does not take Somali problem seriously-Uganda By Abdi Guled Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni appealed on Sunday for more international support to bolster the African Union force in Somalia during a brief visit to the capital Mogadishu. Museveni met 28 November 2010

 

Opposition cries foul in Egyptian election By Yasmine Saleh and Marwa Awad Opposition charges of ballot stuffing, bullying and dirty tricks clouded a legislative election in Egypt on Sunday in which the ruling party wants to prevent 28 November 2010

 

Rebels seize key town in Central African Republic in Central African Republic have seized a key town in the country's north and said on Thursday they were targeting the capital Bangui hundreds of kilometres (miles) to the south. The 28 November 2010

 

Slovenia elects Peter Bossman as first black mayor A doctor from Ghana was voted in as mayor of a Slovenian city on Sunday, becoming the first black mayor in an eastern European country. Peter Bossman, 54, became mayor of 1 November 2010

 

African cinema celebrated in Scotland The largest African film festival in the United Kingdom celebrates its fifth anniversary this year. Africa in Motion (AiM) takes place from 21 October to 5 November at Filmhouse Cinema 1 November 2010

 

EU allocates €17 million for ongoing referendum on South Sudan The European Commission approved an additional package of €17 million to support the strage word advance stockpiling / preparation of essential humanitarian provisions in Darfur, the South and the Transitional 26 October 2010

 

Sudan's Abyei rejects US compromise call Head of Sudan's Abyei rejects US compromise call The chief administrator of Sudan's Abyei region on Monday rejected U.S. calls for compromise in a row over the area's future, a dispute 25 October 2010

 

Southern Africa life expectancy rising s A dramatic fall in life expectancy in southern Africa caused by AIDS in the 1990s appears to have bottomed out, with new treatments bringing a slight rise in recent years, 22 October 2010

 

Sudan secession will be dangerous Gaddafi says Sudan secession will be dangerous precedent Separatist conflicts could spread through Africa like a disease if Sudan decides in a referendum early next year to split into two, Libyan 20 October 2010

 

China dodge Darfur bullets reports-envoy China tries to dodge Darfur bullets report: envoys By Louis Charbonneau UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - China has tried to suppress a U.N. report that says Chinese bullets were used in attacks on 20 October 2010

 

China dodge Darfur bullets report:envoys China tries to dodge Darfur bullets report: envoys By Louis Charbonneau UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - China has tried to suppress a U.N. report that says Chinese bullets were used in attacks on 20 October 2010

 

Ghana Women Progress Praised Ghana praised for progress on women's empowerment United Nations development chief Helen Clark has lauded the progress made by Ghana towards women's empowerment and gender equality, one of the eight social 20 October 2010

 

Dáil debates immigration reform By: Ruth Evans The Immigrant Council of Ireland The Immigrant Council of Ireland (ICI) was among seven NGOs which presented TDs with letters outlining our concerns with the Immigration, Residence and Protection 18 October 2010

 

Nigeria @ 50 Lecture in Paris Nigeria @ 50 Lecture in Paris --- Memories of Colonial Africa By Philip Emeagwali Walk with me in memory to one of the greatest celebrations, the end of the colonial era in 18 October 2010

 

Africa elects new leader AU chairman vows to strenghthen foundations for socio-economic growth At its annual AU summit in Ethiopia, 53 presidents of African countries elected the president Bingu wa Mutharika of Malawi, to lead 5 February 2010

 

Worst Floods Ever With November set to go on record as the worst month for flooding in Ireland since records began, many of those affected may take comfort in the news that things 27 December 2009

 

UN declares July 18 Nelson Mandela Day The U.N. General Assembly has declared July 18 "Nelson Mandela International Day" to mark the South African anti-apartheid leader's contribution to peace. A resolution adopted by consensus by the 192-member world 21 December 2009

 

Unions expenditure deal with government fails As the entire Irish populace begins countdown to the official publication of Governments proposed €1.3 billion across the public service, the Brian Cowen led Government over the weekend rejected a 3 December 2009

 

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Irish government launches Africa Agri-Food Development Fund By Ian Callagy The Irish government, last week, launched an Agri-Food fund for Africa. Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs Eamon Gilmore TD said of the initiative: “Business opportunities are opening as African countries build
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