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Abubuwa 10 da ya kamata ka sani a yau: Alhamis, 10 Maris 2011

  • VOA Hausa

Barka! Ga abubuwan da ya kamata ka sani:

LIBYA: France is formally recognizing the Libyan opposition's Interim Governing Council as the "legitimate" representative of the Libyan people -- the first country to do so.

LIBYA: The head of the International Committee of the Red Cross says Libya has descended into civil war, with doctors in the east seeing a dramatic rise in the number of wounded civilians

IVORY COAST: Mediators in the Ivory Coast crisis are set to meet with the country's internationally-recognized president, Alassane Ouattara, in Ethiopia Thursday.

SUDAN DARFUR: Sudanese army officals say fighting between troops and rebels in the western Darfur region has killed at least 17 people.

BURKINA FASO: Students have attacked government buildings in Burkina Faso to protest the death of a student who was in police custody.

CHARLES TAYLOR TRIAL: Lawyers for former Liberian president Charles Taylor are making a final effort to discredit witnesses at his war crimes trial.

LIBERIA / TAYLOR TRIAL: Defense attorneys for former Liberian president Charles Taylor conclude their closing arguments in his war crimes trial.

GHANA / OIL: Oxfam says Ghana's new oil law will not protect it from making the same financial mistakes as established oil producers such as Angola and Nigeria.

AU/IVORY COAST/LIBYA: The African Union high level panel concludes its two-day discussion on Ivory Coast with discussions with Alassane Ouattara and representatives of Laurent Gbagbo. That will be followed by a special heads of state level meeting of the AU Peace and Security Council. The agenda includes both Ivory Coast and Libya.

ZIMBABWE POLITICS: Zimbabwe's Energy and Power Development Minister Elton Mangoma has been arrested.