Extreme Weather Kills Three Children, Darfur

[Radio Dabanga] Nyala / El Malha / El Fasher -Three children died in separate incidents with extreme weather in Darfur. A fire broke out in a basic school in a camp in South Darfur.

[Radio Dabanga] Nyala / El Malha / El Fasher -Three children died in separate incidents with extreme weather in Darfur. A fire broke out in a basic school in a camp in South Darfur.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Cholera Deaths in Central, South Darfur Camps

[Radio Dabanga] Nierteti / Nyala -One person died of cholera, while two others were taken to the isolation centre in Nierteti Hospital in Central Darfur on Monday. Another person died in a camp near Nyala.

[Radio Dabanga] Nierteti / Nyala -One person died of cholera, while two others were taken to the isolation centre in Nierteti Hospital in Central Darfur on Monday. Another person died in a camp near Nyala.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

‘Media Must Reconcile Gambia’ – Minister Demba Ali Jawo

[The Point] Government, civil society and the Gambia Press Union (GPU) have adopted a unanimous position in calling for the media to put the public good first ahead of any other considerations, in a bid to promote “healing and reconciliation efforts in…

[The Point] Government, civil society and the Gambia Press Union (GPU) have adopted a unanimous position in calling for the media to put the public good first ahead of any other considerations, in a bid to promote "healing and reconciliation efforts in the 'New Gambia."

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Govt Urged Not to Sign Partnership Agreement With EU

[Vanguard] BENJAMIN Mkapa, Tanzania’s former President, has warned Nigeria to resist pressure to sign the Economic Partnership Agreement, (EPA), with the European Union, because according to him, such contracts are counterproductive. Mkapa sounded this…

[Vanguard] BENJAMIN Mkapa, Tanzania's former President, has warned Nigeria to resist pressure to sign the Economic Partnership Agreement, (EPA), with the European Union, because according to him, such contracts are counterproductive. Mkapa sounded this warning as guest speaker at the 45th Annual general Meeting of the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) on September 14, 2017 in Lagos.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

LCPS Graduates 64 Doctors

[Observer] The Liberia College of Physicians and Surgeons (LCPS), which is in charge of running the Liberia Post-Graduate Medical College (LPGMC), recently graduated its first batch of specialized doctors in the country.

[Observer] The Liberia College of Physicians and Surgeons (LCPS), which is in charge of running the Liberia Post-Graduate Medical College (LPGMC), recently graduated its first batch of specialized doctors in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘No Law Bans Political Parties From Violating NEC’s Threshold’

[Observer] An argument on Thursday over whether or not 11 registered political parties should be disqualified from contesting the October 10 presidential and legislative elections for violating the new elections threshold law turned sour for former Jus…

[Observer] An argument on Thursday over whether or not 11 registered political parties should be disqualified from contesting the October 10 presidential and legislative elections for violating the new elections threshold law turned sour for former Justice Minister Lavela Korbo Johnson, who pushed for the action against the parties.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Nimba Rep. Candidate Dies While Preparing to Launch Campaign

[Observer] With barely 21 days to the October 10 polls, an independent representative aspirant of Nimba County Electoral District #7 was pronounced dead yesterday at the Jackson F. Doe Memorial Hospital in Tappita, Lower Nimba County. A medical report …

[Observer] With barely 21 days to the October 10 polls, an independent representative aspirant of Nimba County Electoral District #7 was pronounced dead yesterday at the Jackson F. Doe Memorial Hospital in Tappita, Lower Nimba County. A medical report doctors at the hospital released to the family confirmed that Morris Kardiker Sanoe died of "cardiac respiratory arrest," but family members and supporters are attributing his death to "African science, probably from a close relative."

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia