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    14-Jul-2016 to 09:07

    Sierra Leone press zooms on politics, kidnapping

    APA-Freetown (Sierra Leone) — Thursday’s edition of the Sierra Leonean newspapers focus on politics, especially last week end’s by elections in the north and east of the country, the kidnapping of the Sierra Leonean deputy High Commissioner to Nigeria, among others.

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    14-Jul-2016 to 08:29

    Kenya: Jubilee party nominations, other grab headlines

    APA-Nairobi (Kenya) — Scramble for positions in Jubilee Coalition Party, Judicial Service Commission explanation for dropping certain nominees and controversial sale of prime land by former President Daniel Moi, grabbed the headlines of major dailies on Thursday.

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    13-Jul-2016 to 09:21

    Ghana: Resignation of Kumasi mayor, attack on journalists, job creation, other d...

    APA-Accra (Ghana) — Ghanaian media on Wednesday focused on the resignation of the Mayor of Kumasi second biggest city in Ghana, attack on journalists, job creation and call on President Mahama to appoint a substantive Power Minister.

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    12-Jul-2016 to 13:22

    S/Africa: Broadcasting authority rules against SABC censorship

    APA-Johannesburg (South Africa) — A South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) resolution to ban screening the destruction of property during violent protests in the country must be withdrawn immediately, the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa has said.

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    12-Jul-2016 to 10:30

    Ghana: Press focuses on Rawlings confession, power rationing

    APA-Accra (Ghana) — The confession of former military leader Jerry John Rawlings, power rationing and the new appointments by President John Dramani Mahama dominate Ghanaian media on Tuesday.

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    12-Jul-2016 to 08:50

    India’s PM goodies for Kenya, others grab headlines

    APA-Nairobi (Kenya) — India’s Prime Minister goodies for Kenya, Ford Kenyan party ditching the opposition and joining the government, opposition Chief Raila Odinga’s pledge not impose candidates, grabbed the headlines of major dailies on Tuesday.

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    12-Jul-2016 to 08:43

    Nigeria: Press focus savings in petrol subsidy removal, Reps sex scandal probe,...

    APA-Abuja (Nigeria) — The massive government's savings from petrol subsidy removal and the U.S. readiness to testify on the sex scandal involving some members of the House of Representatives were some of the main stories in Nigerian newspapers on Tuesday.

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