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  1. Constantine names team for Morocco friendly this FridayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 7 | Umupira

    Briton Stephen Constantine will on Friday name his team for the upcoming friendly match against Morocco scheduled for November 14 in Marrakech. Morocco Football Federation will cover airfare expenses for Rwanda national tea in a game which Amavubi will use to enhance their preparations ahead of the 2014 Cecafa Challenge Cup which is yet to get a host following the withdrawal of Ethiopia.

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  2. Analysis - Beyond Burkina Faso, Africa's 'Black Spring' hopes may be prematureRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 6 | The Star Online

    Inspired by protests in Burkina Faso that ousted one of Africa's longest-serving leaders, opposition activists across much of the continent are hoping for a "Black Spring" to mirror the Arab Spring. The experience of Clement Mierassa suggests their hopes are premature.

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  3. Congo Brazzaville officials Rwanda policeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 6 | Living in Rwanda

    A delegation of officials from the National Commission against corruption in Congo Brazzaville visited the Rwanda National Police headquarters in Kacyiru, yesterday, and commended the force for its effective approaches in fighting graft and gender-based violence. The team led by Dr. Bernard Tchikaya, a commissioner in the Congo anti-graft docket was received by Assistant Commissioner of Police Damas Gatare, Commissioner for Public Relations and Community Policing and other senior officers, who briefed them on the RNP initiatives against corruption and GBV.

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  4. Burkina Faso: Not so pretty nowRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 6 | The Economist

    MOST countries must wait a generation or more to see a popular revolution against a democratically elected leader, a coup d'A tat by uniformed officers or a power struggle within a military junta. Burkina Faso lived through all three in the space of less than a week.

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  5. Gabon profileRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 5 | Newsday

    Ali Ben Bongo was declared the winner of the presidential election on 3 September 2009. He had been widely tipped to succeed his father, Omar Bongo, who died in June after 42 years in power.

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  6. Congo-Brazzaville: Fifty Shades of PoorRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 4 | AllAfrica.com

    Casimir Yoka sits on a plastic lawn chair outside his home in Pointe-Noire, Republic of Congo's economic capital on the Atlantic Ocean. The 52-year-old stock manager works at the nearby port and makes no apologies for the small tumbler of whisky that sits at his feet.

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  7. MobileIron Announces Partnership with Leading African Mobile Operator MTNRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 4 | PressReleasePoint

    MobileIron , the leader in enterprise mobility management , today announced its reseller partnership with MTN Business, the enterprise business unit of MTN. MTN Business will offer MobileIron's platform as part of the on-premise offering within its Enterprise Mobility Management , a recently launched groundbreaking suite of services.

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  8. Africa Cup of Nations football: South Africa delay naming Meyiwa successorRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 4 | Times of Oman

    A file photo taken on November 10, 2013 shows Orlando Pirates goalkeeper Senzo Meyiwa posing for a team picture ahead of the African Champions League second leg final between South Africa's Orlando Pirates and Egypt's Al-Ahly in Cairo. Photo - AFP Johannesburg: South Africa coach 'Shakes' Mashaba said on Tuesday he will name a successor to slain captain Senzo Meyiwa on the eve of an Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Sudan.

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  9. Ghana to play Nigeria in friendlyRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 4 | Newkerala.com

    ... ll icons such as Brazil's Pele also invited for the occasion. The 2015 All-Africa Games will be hosted in Brazzaville, Congo.

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  10. Morocco given ultimatum over Africa Cup of NationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 3 | New Vision

    MOROCCO have until November 8 to decide whether to host the Africa Cup of Nations after a meeting Monday with the Confederation of African Football to discuss a postponement of the tournament because of the Ebola epidemic. Morocco have called for the January 17-February 8 event to be pushed back because of fears that an influx of several hundred thousand supporters could spread the virus which has killed more than 4,950 people in West Africa.

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  11. Africa Cup of Nations 'will not be...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 3 | Bangkok Post

    The Africa Cup of Nations, due to be held from January 17 to February 8, will not be postponed because of the Ebola epidemic, an African football official said Monday. Nigeria's forward Emmanuel Emenike vies for the ball past Sudan's defender Mosaab Omar during their 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying match in Abuja on October 15, 2014 Hosts Morocco have called for the tournament to be pushed back because of fears that an influx of several hundred thousand supporters could spread the virus which has killed more than 4,950 people in west Africa.

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  12. Bats likely carry Ebola to humans, but may also carry cureRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 3 | CBC News

    Fruit bats are seen for sale at a food market in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo, in central Africa, in 2005. Bats are also a traditional source of protein in West Africa, the area stricken by the current Ebola outbreak.

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  13. Morocco given ultimatum over Africa Cup of NationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 3 | New Vision

    Morocco have until November 8 to decide whether to host the Africa Cup of Nations after a meeting Monday with the Confederation of African Football to discuss a postponement of the tournament because of the Ebola epidemic. Morocco have called for the January 17-February 8 event to be pushed back because of fears that an influx of several hundred thousand supporters could spread the virus which has killed more than 4,950 people in West Africa.

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  14. Ebola dominates WHO vote in struggling Africa officeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 3 | Crofs Blogs

    Thanks to Martin Enserink for tweeting the link to this Bloomberg report: Ebola Dominates WHO Vote in Struggling Africa Office . Excerpt: "This should be the strongest regional WHO office, but it's the weakest," said Peter Piot, director of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and a co-discoverer of the Ebola virus in 1976.

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  15. Ebola Dominates WHO Leader Vote in Struggling Africa OfficeRead the original story

    Monday Nov 3 | The Washington Post

    The World Health Organization, criticized for responding too slowly to Ebola, is holding an election this week for a new regional leader in Africa. Good luck finding out who the candidates are.

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  16. Guinness 'Sapeurs'Read the original story

    Monday Nov 3 | Brand Republic

    Diageo's Guinness campaign stars the Sapeurs, the 'society of elegant persons of the Congo' in the Congolese capital Brazzaville. The Sapeurs are ordinary working men, who, after a day's work, transform into refined gentlemen in vibrant suits, braces and hats.

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  17. Ebola Dominates Debate as Africa Chooses WHO Leader in ShadowsRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 2 | The Washington Post

    The World Health Organization, under fire for responding too slowly to Ebola, is holding an election this week for a new regional leader in Africa. Good luck finding out who the candidates are.

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  18. 'Stand up for justice', UN urgesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 2 | Scoop

    A crowd of journalists in Maluku transit camp, on the outskirts of Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, where citizens of that country, deported from Brazzaville, Republic of the Congo, have gathered. . UN Photo/Sylvain Liechti 2 November 2014 - Protecting the safety of journalists and ensuring that crimes committed against them don't go unpunished is ever-more important in today's changing times in order to build transparent societies and keep citizens around the world informed, the United Nations said today marking the first-ever International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists.

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  19. 'Stand up for justice', UN urges on first Day to End Impunity for Crimes against JournalistsRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 2 | United Nations

    A crowd of journalists in Maluku transit camp, on the outskirts of Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, where citizens of that country, deported from Brazzaville, Republic of the Congo, have gathered. . UN Photo/Sylvain Liechti 2 November 2014 – Protecting the safety of journalists and ensuring that crimes committed against them don't go unpunished is ever-more important in today's changing times in order to build transparent societies and keep citizens around the world informed, the United Nations said today marking the first-ever International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists.

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  20. South Africa's last farewell to slain football captainRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 1 | Jamaica Observer

    South Africans turned out in huge numbers in Durban Saturday for the funeral of national football captain and goalkeeper Senzo Meyiwa, whose murder last weekend shocked the nation. The star footballer, who had just turned 27, was gunned down by an intruder at the home of his pop singer girlfriend south of Johannesburg.

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