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    17-Nov-2017 to 18:18

    Tanzania tables bill to establish maritime regulator

    APA-Dodoma (Tanzania) — Tanzania’s Minister for Works, Transport and Communication, Makame Mbarawa, has tabled the National Shipping Agencies Bill of 2017 which, among others, will form a national shipping agent that will deal with clearing and forwarding of mineral concentrates and government trophies.

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    15-Nov-2017 to 19:08

    Cameroon: B/Haram causes CFA90 bln in losses to fisheries, livestock sectors

    APA - Douala (Cameroon) — The activities by the militant sect Boko Haram in Cameroon have caused an estimated CFA90 billion in losses to the country’s fisheries and livestock industries, according to a report released on Wednesday.

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    15-Nov-2017 to 18:05

    Diplomats in CAR call for peace

    APA-Bangui (CAR) — Four days after a grenade attack in a bar in Bangui that left several people dead, ambassadors accredited in the Central African Republic on Wednesday visited victims at the community hospital in the city.

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    15-Nov-2017 to 06:49

    Zimbabwe: Military takes charge, vows to crush indecency

    APA-Harare (Zimbabwe) — Zimbabwe’s military said Wednesday that it is now in charge of the country in a move allegedly targeted at “criminals” around President Robert Mugabe.

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    14-Nov-2017 to 17:09

    Malian army repel overnight terror raid

    APA-Bamako (Mali) — The Malian army Tuesday claimed in a statement that they have repulsed an overnight terrorist attack in the north of the country.

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    14-Nov-2017 to 08:18

    Army tanks roll into tense Zimbabwe capital

    APA-Harare (Zimbabwe) — Zimbabwe army tanks moved into the capital Harare on Tuesday, a day after the country’s military threatened to “step in” to restore order in the country and the ruling ZANU PF and just hours after backers of President Robert Mugabe’s wife rubbished the defence forces’ warning.

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    14-Nov-2017 to 08:07

    Namibia: President Geingob beefs up security

    APA-Windhoek (Namibia) — Namibian President Hage Geingob has beefed up his security detail as jostling for positions intensifies ahead of a crucial ruling Swapo Party elective congress later this month.

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