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Abubuwa 10 da ya kamata ka sani a yau: Laraba, 30 Maris 2011

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Abubuwa 10 da ya kamata ka sani a yau

Abubuwa 10 da ya kamata ka sani a yau: Laraba, 30 Maris 2011

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IVORY COAST: A spokesman for the Ivory Coast's internationally recognized president, says rebels loyal to Alassane Ouattara are moving toward the capital after taking control of two more cities.

LIBYA: Libyan rebels say they have been forced to pull back from the key oil port of Ras Lanuf, after forces loyal to leader Moammar Gadhafi closed in on the town.

NAMIBIA FLOODS: Namibia's president has declared a state of emergency after floods killed at least 62 people north of the capital Windhoek.

Abubuwa 10 da ya kamata ka sani a yau: Laraba, 30 Maris 2011
Abubuwa 10 da ya kamata ka sani a yau: Laraba, 30 Maris 2011

ETHIOPIA/FALASHAS: Ethioipan police have injured at least 80 protesters during a protest outside the Israeli embassy in Addis Ababa.

UGANDA OIL: British-based Tullow Oil has agreed to sell stakes in its Ugandan operations to French and Chinese companies for $2.9 billion.IVORY COAST CRISIS: Fighting continues between supporters of Ivory Coast's rival presidents.

LIBYA/AFRICA: Sahelian countries are ill prepared for the wave of refugees and mercenaries that may be driven south by the military intervention underway in Libya.

NIGERIA VOTE: Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan takes part in Wednesday's final presidential debate ahead of nationwide elections. But he will not be facing his biggest rivals, who are boycotting the event because Mr. Jonathan refused to take part in an earlier debate.

WEST AFRICA/CLIMATE CHANGE: From eroding coastline to depleted fish stocks, the effects of climate change have been felt along West Africa's coast for decades. Governments and environmental groups are now coming together to talk about what can be done to mitigate its impact.

SOMALIA/RIVALRY: The Somali Government is fast approaching the expiration of its international mandate in August. With little progress made towards original benchmarks of a new constitution and national elections, the future looks uncertain for the Horn of African nation. But a developing rivalry between the President and Speaker of Parliament is threatening to grind progress to a halt.