By JEFFREY GETTLEMAN New York Times News Service-Posted Friday, July 6 2012 at 01:00-Thousands of unaccompanied children are streaming out of an isolated, rebellious region of Sudan, fleeing a relentless aerial assault and the prospect of famine.
By David Odongo-Women are more like to tolerate men who whip out their organs and urinate along walls or under trees than an unfaithful man, while men would rather have a woman who nags but doesn’t dress indecently.
By Osinde Obare-Police in Trans-Nzoia County have arrested a teenager for allegedly selling her one-month-old child for Sh1,500 to a suspected human trafficker.-The officers at Saboti Administration Police post seized the 17-year-old after reports
5 July 2012 Last updated at 09:18 GMT-Poor rains and continuing conflict in Somalia are threatening the recovery from last year's famine, the charity Save the Children has warned.This could put hundreds of thousands of children at risk of hunger again.
Thousands gather in capital Bamako to protest rebels' takeover of the northern region.-Last Modified: 05 Jul 2012 08:58-Some 2,000 people have joined a sit-in protest at Bamako's Independence Square monument, calling for army intervention in the north
Ratzinger: “Noting with regret the widespread and unjust criticism against your person, I intend to renew my statements of personal confidence in you”-ANDREA TORNIELLI-VATICAN CITY-Benedict XVI affirmed his “renewed confidence” in the Vatican Secretary of State, Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone,
BY GUY LAMB, 2 JULY 2012-ANALYSIS- Last week London motorists and pedestrians were surprised to see a lone Cold War era military tank adorned with 'Control Arms' banner slowly navigating its way around the tourist hotspots of the British capital.
4 July 2012 Last updated at 16:29 GMT-Three well-known Kenyan musicians have been charged with inciting ethnic violence through their songs.-The Kikuyu-language lyrics are in support of Uhuru Kenyatta, a Kikuyu politician and deputy prime minister.
By Michelle Bauman-Washington D.C., Jul 4, 2012 / 12:04 am (CNA).- The creators of a new magazine for women hope that their publication will offer a fresh perspective that connects with modern American women and provides encouragement and affirmation.
By RASHID ABDI email@example.com-Posted Wednesday, July 4 2012 at 23:30-Eighty-three people have been arrested in a massive security swoop launched after Sunday’s twin attacks in Garissa churches.