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Radio Ndeke Luka launches new programme schedule December 1st

01-12-2014

Radio Ndeke Luka launches new programme schedule December 1st

Bangui (November 28, 2014) - Radio Ndeke Luka (RNL) has been rejuvenated as of Monday December 1. The Central African Republic’s leading private radio has a new programme schedule and musical identity. At the same time, it will be broadcasting for longer, putting it even more “in the heart of the CAR”.

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ICC prosecutor shelves Darfur investigations, Bechir hails “Victory”

15-12-2014 Hits:31 News Luisa Sanchez - avatar Luisa Sanchez

ICC prosecutor shelves Darfur investigations, Bechir hails “Victory”

Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir, wanted by the International Criminal Court, has hailed the lCC Prosecutor’s suspension of her Darfur investigations as a victory. Announcing her decision before the UN Security Council on Friday, Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda blamed UN lack of action. 

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ICC refers Libya to Security Council over Gaddafi case

12-12-2014 Hits:41 News Luisa Sanchez - avatar Luisa Sanchez

ICC refers Libya to Security Council over Gaddafi case

The International Criminal Court (ICC) says it has issued a finding of non-compliance by the Libyan government over Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi and is referring the matter to the UN Security Council.

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Truth commission elected amid opposition boycott

04-12-2014 Hits:54 News Luisa Sanchez - avatar Luisa Sanchez

Truth commission elected amid opposition boycott

Burundi’s parliament on Monday elected the eleven members of a Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC), but the opposition refused to take part in the vote.  The TRC is to cast light on ethnic massacres that have scarred the country ever since independence.

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Priest accused of genocide wins case against France Télévisions

27-11-2014 Hits:55 News Luisa Sanchez - avatar Luisa Sanchez

Priest accused of genocide wins case against France Télévisions

France Télévisions was on Wednesday ordered by a Paris court to pay 5,000 Euros in damages to Rwandan priest Wenceslas Munyeshyaka for having presented him as guilty of genocide, Hirondelle learned Thursday.

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