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    20-Jun-2018 to 15:03

    Zimbabwe to slash telecoms tariffs in July - Minister

    APA-Harare (Zimbabwe) — The Zimbabwe government has slashed telecommunication tariffs from next month as part of efforts to cushion consumers from high charges, a cabinet minister announced on Wednesday.

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    20-Jun-2018 to 10:55

    Liberian newspapers are awash with questions of press freedom, political appoint...

    APA-Monrovia (Liberia) — Reactions to measures against the media and new appointments by President Weah.dominate the headlines in the Wednesday, June 20 editions of Liberian newspapers.

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    19-Jun-2018 to 10:12

    Sierra Leone: Press zooms in on politics, others

    APA-Freetown (Sierra Leone) — Tuesday’s edition of Sierra Leonean papers focuses on politics, banking and the ongoing transition in governance in the country.

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    19-Jun-2018 to 10:05

    Liberian press focuses on suspension of new media licenses, Muslim cleric appeal...

    APA-Monrovia (Liberia) — Government suspending new media licenses and the Grand Mufti of Liberia assuring Muslims' commitment to upholding the peace dominate the headlines in the Tuesday, June 19 editions of Liberian newspapers.

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    18-Jun-2018 to 14:09

    Major victory for Namibian press vs state

    APA-Windhoek (Namibia) — In a landmark victory for freedom of press, the Windhoek High Court on Monday dismissed an application by the Namibia Central Intelligence Service (NCIS) to prevent The Patriot newspaper from publishing a story about the misuse of state properties by former members of the spy agency.

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    14-Jun-2018 to 11:03

    Cote d’Ivoire: Vandalism disrupts Orange fiber optic work

    APA - Abidjan (Cote d’Ivoire) — Orange Cote d’Ivoire, a leading mobile telephony in the country is suspending the deployment of its optical fiber, after acts of vandalism on its technical facilities, a senior official told APA.

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    13-Jun-2018 to 10:03

    Liberian press highlights passing of bill to secure more loans, fears of free sp...

    APA-Monrovia-(Liberia) — Lawmakers giving the Executive branch the mandate to secure more loans for development and fears of free speech being under fire dominate the headlines in the Wednesday, June 13 editions of Liberian newspapers.

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