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    19-Oct-2018 to 01:46

    Sierra Leone: Parliament votes to debate controversial enquiry commission bill

    APA-Freetown (Sierra Leone) — Sierra Leone’s parliament on Thursday voted unanimously to sanction a debate on three constitutional instruments relating to the creation of a Commission of Enquiry to investigate former government officials.

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    18-Oct-2018 to 18:47

    Senegal schools: Teachers blamed for 42 percent sexual assaults

    APA-Dakar (Senegal) — Teachers in Senegal account for 42 percent of cases of sexual abuse in schools, a report by Human Rights Watch (HRW) reveals.

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    18-Oct-2018 to 18:13

    Ex-president Banda craves women’s role in leadership

    APA-Monrovia (Liberia) — Former Malawi President Joyce Banda has urged African leaders to implement policies and programs that will enhance women’s participation in leadership.

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    18-Oct-2018 to 17:39

    Senegal urged to tackle sexual predators in schools

    APA - Dakar (Senegal) — The international NGO Human Rights Watch, in a report on sexual harassment in schools has called on the Senegalese authorities to put an end to the culture of silence around it and punish teachers guilty of the practice against their students.

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    18-Oct-2018 to 12:58

    Liberia’s first lady challenges women to make difference

    APA-Monrovia (Liberia) — First Lady Clar Marie Weah is challenging Liberian women and girls to make greater positive impacts not only in their country but also in Africa and the world at large by assuming leadership roles in various sectors of society.

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    17-Oct-2018 to 20:00

    Am Liberia's feminist-in-chief - President Weah

    APA-Monrovia (Liberia) — President George Weah has declared himself Liberia’s feminist-in-chief, vowing to do all in his power to fight for women's empowerment.

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    17-Oct-2018 to 18:22

    Gov’t clears Guinea troops of demo death

    APA-Conakry (Guinea) — Guinea's minister for Security, Alpha Ibrahima Keira has rubbished claims by the opposition that government forces were responsible for the death of a young protester during Monday’s wildcat protests in Conakry.

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