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Young model coming up with a bright future.
Hy,My name is Asoh Cynthia, I am 16years old,soon to be 17-year-old on.the month of April 23rd 2017. I am an igbo girl originated from Imo State. I graduated from Tonia International College last year July... I.am a nice friendly cheerful girl..,I loves kid...

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CNN by penogod happy new year

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victory at last
There are no clear favourites in Gabon, which will be one of the most open tournaments in recent times, writes Mark Gleeson . The 20th Africa Cup of Nations looks wide open, as a collection of
heavyweight contenders are almost certain to ensure it is a tou...

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New year progress

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The Big Interview: Dr Mukhisa Kituyi
‘Democracy delivered by economic inclusion.’ The Kenyan head of UNCTAD, Dr Mukhisa Kituyi, spoke to New African’s J. P. O’Malley about the role of his agency given the current wave of global populism and the threat to multilateral trade agreements. In Decem...

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Ethiopian troops pull out of key Somali military base
Ethiopian troops have reportedly pulled out of a key Somali base in the town of El-Ali, an influential journalist who works for the VOA in the region, Harun Maruf reports. According to Maruf, the reason for the withdrawal is unclear even though experts beli...

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Ethiopia must allow protests, police must be measured – Angela Merkel
German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, has asked the Ethiopian government to allow protests and that police response to these protests should be proportionate. She also called on the government to include opposition groups in the political process. Merkel is cur...

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Abdur Rahman Alfa Shaban with UNITED NATIONS
The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights has renewed its request to the Ethiopian government seeking access to the country to conduct an independent assessment of continuing protests. A statement issued in Geneva on Friday, by the commission’s ...

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Ethiopia's PM admits persons killed in protests could exceed 500
Ethiopian Prime Minister, Desalegn Hailemariam has for the first time admitted that the number of deaths from anti-government protests in the country could be more than 500. He however reiterated the commitment of the government to probe any excesses on the...

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'Anger boiling over in Ethiopia' – Human Rights Watch warns
The announcement of a 6-month state of emergency is not the way to quell anti-government protests in the Oromia region of Ethiopia according to international rights group, Human Rights Watch (HRW). This view was contained in the Dispatches series by HRW’s s...
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