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Archive June 2010

50 fighting years for the DRC

LUSAKA – Today, the Democratic Republic of Congo is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its independence from Belgian rule. “50 fighting years” titles the daily Zambian newspaper, The Post.

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Another side to the World Cup in South Africa

As the World Cup gathers momentum in South Africa, so do its critics. Explo Nani-Kofi investigates the real impact of this tournament on a nation still recovering from apartheid oppression. Nani-Kofi insists that poor South Africans ‘pay a big price’ for this monumental sporting extravaganza.

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July Day-By-Day

29 June-1 July

Africa Energy Forum 2010

Basel, Switzerland

Website: http://www.energynet.co.uk/AEF/index.html

1 July

Beginning of Belgium EU Presidency

Website: http://www.eutrio.be/

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Rwanda: scepticism for arrests in journalist killing

KIGALI — According to AFP, the Rwandan authorities said they have arrested two people in connection with the killing of Jean-Leonard Rugambage, a journalist critical of President Paul Kagame‘s government, and that one of the two has confessed.

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“Anti-counterfeit deal threatens accessibility of drugs”

LONDON – A proposed anti-counterfeit trade deal between 10 countries and the European Union (EU) could create “a new set of barriers to the export of generic medicines to low income countries”.

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Guinea poll peaceful: what happens next?

CONAKRY/DAKARGuinea held on Sunday its first free election since 1958 independence from France, a vote which international observers said went smoothly aside from some organisational shortcomings.

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