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Brotherhood to all or only to Muslems?-FrMar-BY MARYSE FARAG, 16 JULY 2012-"Egypt is for all Egyptians; all of us are equals in terms of rights. All of us also have duties towards this homeland. As for myself, I don't have rights. I only have duties."
Posted Tuesday, July 17 2012 at 13:51-KAMPALA, Attacks by the brutal Lord's Resistance Army rebels led by Ugandan Joseph Kony have increased in recent months, despite US-backed regional military efforts to hunt them down, the UN said Tuesday.
Eritrea has reduced its support for the al-Qaeda-allied al-Shabab group in Somalia under international pressure but still violates UN Security Council resolutions and remains a destabilising influence, a UN report says.
Just resembling UK colonial castels-FrMar-From David McKenzie and Teo Kermeliotis, CNN-June 28, 2012 -- Updated 1503 GMT (2303 HKT)-Nairobi, Kenya (CNN) -- Inside a gated community in a tranquil Kenyan suburb, a group of builders
By Cyrus Ombati and Athman Amran-A former advisor to Prime Minister Raila Odinga has left the country without fanfare hours after he accused some of the PM’s allies of threatening him.
By David Kerr-Is morality under the umbrella of a referendum? - FrMar-Edinburgh, Scotland, Jul 16, 2012 / 03:25 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Cardinal Keith P. O’Brien of St. Andrews and Edinburgh has challenged the Scottish government to hold
Scripture: Matthew 11:20-24-20 Then he began to upbraid the cities where most of his mighty works had been done, because they did not repent. Meditation: If Jesus were to visit your community today, what would he say?
By PETER NG’ETICH email@example.com-Posted Tuesday, July 17 2012 at 04:44-A drug that has been in use in the country for the last eight years and reduces HIV/Aids infection by about 96 per cent has been approved.
16 July 2012 Last updated at 16:51 GMT-Nigeria's army has warned thousands of Plateau state residents to leave their homes as it begins an operation against those accused of a recent spate of deadly attacks.