POLITIQUES | POLITICS

05-Jun-2020 to 15:48

Zimbabwe opposition officials arrested in HQ standoff

APA-Harare (Zimbabwe) — Five Zimbabwe opposition officials were arrested on Friday following an altercation with the police as they tried to repossess their party’s headquarters in Harare from a rival faction.

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05-Jun-2020 to 14:04

Post-poll violence costs Malawi $83m - Mutharika

APA-Lilongwe (Malawi) — Post-election violence has cost the Malawian economy more than MK62 billion (about US$83 million) in the past year, President Peter Mutharika said on Friday.

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04-Jun-2020 to 20:10

Moroccan press hails Spain’s Polisario ruling

APA-Rabat (Morocco) — Moroccan newspapers have welcomed a ruling by the Madrid Supreme Court banning the Polisario Front from using its emblems in public spaces.

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04-Jun-2020 to 19:43

Spanish judiciary bans use of Polisario flag

APA-Rabat (Morocco) — The Spanish Supreme Court has inflicted another setback on the Polisario Frpnt with the ban on the use of its flag in the Iberian public space.

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04-Jun-2020 to 16:57

Ivory Coast to add 5m new voters to electoral list

APA-Abidjan (Cote d'Ivoire) — About five million new voters are expected to turn out for the revision of the Ivorian voters’ list which will take place from June 10 to 24 in 10,848 registration centres in Ivory Coast, the president of the Independent Electoral Commission (CEI), Coulibaly-Kuibiert Ibrahime, announced Thursday in Abidjan.

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02-Jun-2020 to 08:42

Gambia: Will police grant request for anti-US demo?

APA-Banjul (The Gambia) — Under normal circumstances, Gambian activists should expect to be granted a police permit to stage a solidarity demonstration on June 8th against the murder in the United States of African-American George Floyd.

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28-May-2020 to 15:21

30 dead in Nzérékoré as post-election violence sweeps Guinea

APA-Conakry (Guinea) — The Guinean government has acknowledged the death of 30 people in inter-communal clashes in the southern town of Nzérékoré, in the aftermath of the controversial March 22 referendum.

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