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Ghana election stuns naysayers

After 72 hours of anxiety awaiting the results of the presidential poll, Ghanaians were relieved to learn that they had a new leader: Nana Akufo-Addo.
OWTxtFrom Daily Nation OWTxtOn Dec 12, 2016.

Museveni 'not excited' about Uganda’s oil. Is anyone any more?

The discovery of sub-Saharan Africa’s fourth largest oil reserve has been hailed as a panacea for Uganda. But even it will generate only two barrels of oil per citizen per year.
OWTxtFrom African Arguments OWTxtOn Dec 10, 2016.

Abuse of migrant workers in the Gulf continues

Construction companies operating in the Gulf are failing to protect migrant workers from abusive working arrangements, and are not open about the safeguards they have in place.
OWTxtFrom Business & Human Rights Resource Centre OWTxtOn Dec 8, 2016.

Deforestation spikes in Brazilian Amazon

Illegal deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon is at its highest level in eight years - raising fears that the country could lose a decade’s worth of progress in forest protection.
OWTxtFrom Nature OWTxtOn Dec 8, 2016.

Deforestation spikes in Brazilian Amazon

Illegal deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon is at its highest level in eight years - raising fears that the country could lose a decade’s worth of progress in forest protection.
OWTxtFrom Nature OWTxtOn Dec 8, 2016.

Deforestation spikes in Brazilian Amazon

Illegal deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon is at its highest level in eight years - raising fears that the country could lose a decade’s worth of progress in forest protection.
OWTxtFrom Nature OWTxtOn Dec 8, 2016.

Deforestation spikes in Brazilian Amazon

Illegal deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon hits its highest level in eight years - raising fears that the country could lose a decade of progress in forest protection.
OWTxtFrom Nature OWTxtOn Dec 8, 2016.

Ghana elections: polls, candidates and issues

Ghanaians go to the polls with two leading candidates who are nothing if not familiar.
OWTxtFrom International Business Times OWTxtOn Dec 7, 2016.

Ethiopia: out of poverty - and back again

About 65 per cent of Ethiopian households that escaped poverty between 1997 and 2004 were again living in poverty by 2009.
OWTxtFrom Chronic Poverty Advisory Network OWTxtOn Dec 6, 2016.

Draining Nepal’s dangerous glacier lake

Nepal has drained Imja lake in the Everest region to safe levels to avoid disastrous flooding.
OWTxtFrom Third Pole OWTxtOn Dec 4, 2016.
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