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Zimbabwe: Minister trying to create a “Paper Tiger” says rights wing

Zimbabwe’s justice minister is frantically trying to fend off probes into allegations of human rights abuses perpetrated by President Robert Mugabe’s regime since the country’s independence in 1980.

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Financial stability needed to avoid “baptism of fire”, says EC President

European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso urged the European Central Bank (ECB) on Wednesday to do everything in its power to maintain financial stability in the euro zone, saying the EU faced the biggest challenge in its 50-year history which he says may result to a “baptism of fire”.

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Sudan: New conflict displaces thousands

The Sudanese government says that a majority of the tens of thousands of people displaced by the fighting in the country’s Blue Nile state have started returning to the area.

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Zambia: civil society and the 20th September elections

As Zambia goes to the polls on Tuesday 20 September, most political parties are winding up their campaigns. In the last 20 years the country has had democratic contested elections at Presidential, Constituency and Local government level.

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Developing countries’ designs for the Green Climate Fund

With its coffers largely dry and its management being contested, the Green Climate Fund (GCF) remains a hot topic among African civil society. Ahead of the upcoming international climate change meeting in South Africa, African ministers have already met to set their agenda and civil society is looking to do the same.

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Uganda: Amnesty welcomes release of Kenyan terror suspects

The release of a Kenyan human rights activist held for a year in connection with a bomb attack in Uganda is long overdue, Amnesty International said Monday.

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