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RCA: vers un envoi des casques bleus?

RCA: vers un envoi des casques bleus?

L’ONU a adopté une résolution prévoyant l’envoi éventuel de Casques bleus

Egypte: les USA réduisent leur aide

Egypte: les USA réduisent leur aide

Le gouvernement américain va réduire son aide à l’Égypte. La crise financière américaine a-t-elle eu un impact

Libye: le premier minstre libéré

Libye: le premier minstre libéré

Ali Zeidan, le premier ministre libyen, a été libéré par ses ravisseurs,

Nigeria troops raid Kano

Nigeria troops raid Kano

Nigerian soldiers raided an Islamist bomb-making factory in the north’s biggest

Guinée: contestations post-électorales

Guinée: contestations post-électorales

Des représentants de la communauté internationale et autres organisations internationales en Guinée ont affirmé avoir constaté un certain

RCA: nouveaux heurts dans le nord-ouest

RCA: nouveaux heurts dans le nord-ouest

Mardi, des affrontements entre ex-rebelles Séléka et groupes d’autodéfense dans le nord-ouest du pays

At least 44 dead in Egypt pro-Morsi clashes

At least 44 dead in Egypt pro-Morsi clashes

Clashes between protesters and security forces on Sunday left at least 44 people dead and more than 246 injured, Egypt’s health ministry said, as supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi rallied to press for his reinstatement despite a monthslong crackdown. The pro-Morsi rallies amounted to some of the largest since he was ousted more than [...]

New armed groups in Goma

New armed groups in Goma

Millions have died during decades of conflict in Congo

Mali: tuareg rebels rejoin peace process

Mali: tuareg rebels rejoin peace process

Tuareg separatists said on Saturday they were rejoining the peace process in northern Mali, just over a week after they pulled out and accused Bamako of not respecting the terms of a truce signed in June.

Two Us raids in Libya and Somalia

Two Us raids in Libya and Somalia

Two U.S. raids in Africa show the United States is pressuring al Qaeda,

South Africa’s plan to develop biofuels

South Africa’s plan to develop biofuels

South Africa’s plan to source all grain needed for biofuels production locally means sorghum output will have to climb at least fivefold, the nation’s biggest representative of commercial farmers said.

Lampedusa, at least 92 dead migrant boat accident

Lampedusa, at least 92 dead migrant boat accident

Up to 500 migrants packed onto small boat. Unhcr says all passengers were Eritrean. Pope condemn tragedy

Madagascar crowd kills two europeans over suspected organ trafficking

Madagascar crowd kills two europeans over suspected organ trafficking

An angry crowd lynched two Europeans – a french and an italian seems – on a tourist island in Madagascar on Thursday because they suspected them of trafficking human organs, a French interior ministry official said.

Kenya delays international bond debut until 2014

Kenya delays international bond debut until 2014

Kenya is pushing back its first international bond issuance until early next year, a treasury official said Thursday,

Polls close in Guinea’s election

Polls close in Guinea’s election

Guinea’s long-delayed elections passed calmly but were marred by organisational problems and flawed voting lists, European Union observers said on Monday.