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EU Stability Fund releases 20 Million to Mali for Joint European-African Economic Suicide

Christof Lehmann (nsnbc) The European Instrument for Stability (IfS), has released a 20 Million Eur stabilization support package to provide immediate support for Mali´s law enforcement and justice services, local authorities in Mali, dialog and reconciliation initiatives and support for … Continue reading

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Zimbabwe Elections: Sekeramayi rallies cadres for massive victory

Sydney Kawadza Assistant News Editor The Herald – Zimbabwe. – Zimbabwe is going to a penaltimate poll that will determine its lasting sovereignty, National Security Minister Sydney Sekeramayi has said. Speaking at the burial of liberation war hero Cde Peter … Continue reading

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Standoff in Sabah could derail Southern Philippines Peace Process

Christof Lehmann (nsnbc) Only days after a peace accord between the Philippine government and the secessionist Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) was negotiated, and a declaration that about a lasting peace accord would be signed by March, an armed group, … Continue reading

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Venezuelan Government Increases Banking Sector’s Obligation to Fund Construction and Mortgages

Ewan Robertson – The Venezuelan government has increased the banking sector’s financial obligation to fund construction and provide low-interest mortgages as part of policies to broaden access to affordable housing. The financial obligation, known as the “mandatory mortgage portfolio”, requires … Continue reading

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National Dialog in Syria continues with Regional Initiatives

Christof Lehmann (nsnbc) The national dialog in Syria, to end the crisis, national reconciliation and political as well as social reform, continues making progress. Although the process is largely being ignored by mainstream media in those countries who are backing … Continue reading

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Tunisia, Revolt and Revolution or Reform. Tackling the Challenges of the Arab Spring Hang-Over

Two years after Tunisia became the first country to undergo regime change and the ousting of President Ben Ali through the phenomenon which was to be doubt “The Arab Spring”, the assassination of the prominent opposition leader Shokri Belaid has … Continue reading

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Saudi-Arabia the Prime Suspect behind Suicide Bomb that killed Iraqi Brigadier General Awni Ali

Christof Lehmann (nsnbc) On Saturday, 16 February, a suicide bomber killed the senior Iraqi army intelligence officer, Brigadier General Awni Ali, and two of his bodyguards in his home, in northern Iraq. So far, nobody has claimed responsibility for the … Continue reading

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