Laurent Gbagbo, the disputed president of Cote d’Ivoire, has issued a decree under which the state becomes the sole purchaser of cocoa in the world’s top grower and handles its export to global markets. Monday’s announcement, made on state television, comes as renewed clashes break out in the West African country.
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WASHINGTON: President Barack Obama on Monday lifted a two-year freeze on new military trials at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba and suggested Congress was hurting national security by blocking his attempts to move some trials into US civilian courts. In an apparent acknowledgment that the Guantanamo detention camp won’t be shut down any time soon, Obama…
Tunisia’s prime minister named a new government on Monday and a much-hated police unit was disbanded as the interim leadership of this North African nation seeks to stabilise a country still finding its way after a popular revolt. Prime Minister Beji Caid Essebsi kept the heads of the key defence, interior, justice and foreign affairs..
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The Associated Press By JAMEY KEATEN Associated Press PARIS March 7, 2011 (AP) A long-awaited French corruption trial opened Monday with former President Jacques Chirac as the star defendant. AP FILE – In this May 12, 2006 file photo, French President Jacques Chirac is seen during a bi-lateral… FILE – In this May 12, 2006 file photo, French…
Backlog grows as hundreds flee unrest in small boats to arrive on tiny south Italian island Migrants arrive on the island of Lampedusa: the Italian government is alarmed by the prospect of many more arriving to escape unrest in North Africa.
Egypt’s Revolution Bowen: Bumpy ride Inside the Brotherhood Final moments before the fall Can military meet demands? Pro-democracy activists in Egypt have been attacked by
men in plain clothes, armed with knives, outside the interior ministry in Cairo, reports say….
Afghan President Hamid Karzai told General David Petraeus, the commander of US and NATO forces in Afghanistan, on Sunday his apology for a foreign air strike that killed nine children last week was “not enough”. At a meeting with his security advisers at which Petraeus was present, Karzai said civilian casualties by foreign troops were “no…
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