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Nigeria: Niger State – Messages of Hope and Peace | allAfrica.com

In a quick succession, perhaps, by divine arrangement or sheer coincidence, Minna, the capital of Niger State, has enjoyed a rare privilege of hosting renowned clerics from the two great religions of the world-Islam and Christianity. Although they were in the city for different purposes and at different times but they came bearing the same message of hope and peace, ...

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MALI: People trapped, aid stalled, refugees waiting | IRIN Africa

BAMAKO, 11 April 2012 (IRIN) – One week after the regions of Gao, Kidal and Timbuktu in northern Mali were captured by rebel and Islamist groups, many Malians are trapped and have limited access to food and other basic necessities, while aid operations remain largely suspended. “Everything is running out here – water, electricity, food, medicine. The rebels have continued ...

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Libyan Arab Jamahiriya: Unrest Situation Report No. 2 | ReliefWeb

• According to new estimates, up to 147,000 people have now fled Libya to Egypt, Tunisia and Niger. • Thousands of people are stuck on the Libyan side of the border with Tunisia and are not allowed to cross. They are stranded without access to food, health, water and sanitation. • More than 25,000 people have reportedly crossed from Libya ...

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