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Archive May 2010

Africa: Lost funding means lost lives

JOHANNESBURG – As donors retreat from funding HIV and AIDS programmes, years of progress in HIV treatment are under threat and the lives of HIV-positive people are increasingly on the line, according to a new report by the international medical charity, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF).

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South Africa/Sudan: arrest threat for Sudan’s al-Bashir

CAPE TOWN — Sudan’s recently re-elected President Omar al-Bashir faces arrest if he visits SA for the World Cup after President Jacob Zuma‘s pledge yesterday to abide by international law.

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Will soccer World Cup attract human traffickers?

CAPE TOWN – A fierce debate has erupted over claims that the 2010 Soccer World Cup will fuel the trafficking of women from African and other countries to South Africa for sexual exploitation during the cup, which starts on June 11.

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Guinea headed for free election, analysts say

Former members of a government that took power after a 2008 coup will be allowed to run in next month’s landmark election, underlining the difficulty of staging the first free polls in Guinea since independence more than 50 years ago.

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June Day-By-Day

31 May-1 June

France-Africa Summit

Nice, France

31 May – 3 June 2010

91st Session of the ACP Council of Ministers

Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

Website: www.acp.int

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Africa: Amnesty International 2010 report on human rights

May27

A global justice gap is being made worse by power politics despite a landmark year for international justice, said Amnesty International today in its annual assessment of human rights worldwide.

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