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Tuesday, 13 November, 2007, 19:55 ( 17:55 GMT )
74 Chadian Children Kidnapped Weeks Ago by French Firm
Chad will investigate reports that 74 Chadian children were flown to France weeks ago without their parents' knowledge, a senior judicial official said Thursday. The reports come on the heels of Chad's kidnapping charges against six French workers with the group Zoe's Ark who are accused of trying to fly 103 other children out of Chad to France.
LD350 Billion for Development Projects, El-Mahmoudi
As much as LD350 billion will be spent on development projects in the coming few years in Libya, according to a statement made last week by Mr. Al-Baghdadi El-Mahmoudi, the Secretary of the General People's Committee.
UN Warns of Delays in Darfur Peacekeeping
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said in a report that Darfur is at a crossroads after last month's start of peace talks, and the Sudanese government must allow timely deployment of a UN-African Union peacekeeping force to avoid worsening violence.
Ex-UN Inspector Fears Secret US Plan to Control Iraqi Oil
Former chief United Nations weapons inspector Hans Blix said Wednesday he feared the United States had a secret plan to keep troops in Iraq for an extended period.
US Senator Lugar Calls on the Bush Administration to Speed Up Sending Ambassador to Tripoli
Sen. Richard Lugar, the ranking Republican member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, has called on the Bush administration and the US Senate to quickly nominate and confirm a US ambassador to Libya, if relations between the two countries are to be improved.
Wake Up Africa, They Are Stealing Your Babies Again!!
Most of the 103 African children which a French group had planned to abducted from Chad as orphans said they had families which included at least one close relative, U.N. agencies said on Thursday.
3 US Troops Die in Iraq, General eral Says Decline in Roadside Bombs
Insurgents killed three US soldiers and wounded another two in separate attacks in northern Iraq, the military said Thursday. The military did not give the cause of the two blasts.
Israeli kills 8 Palestinians in Gaza
An Israeli air strike in the southern Gaza Strip late Tuesday killed four Hamas militants and wounded five, Palestinian medical sources said.
One Palestinian from Islamic Jihad was also killed on Thursday. This in addition to 4 more Palestinians killed early during the week.
Darfur Conference in Sirte Urges Parties to Work for Peace
Top envoys from the United Nations and the African Union chairing talks in Libya on the troubled Darfur region of Sudan today welcomed the Khartoum Government's unilateral declaration of a cessation of hostilities and called on all parties to the conflict to make a similar commitment without delay.
Libya, Italy May Sign Colonial Compensation Treaty
Italy and Libya are poised to sign a treaty designed to settle the question of compensation for Italy's colonisation of the country, Italian Foreign Minister Massimo D'Alema reportedly said Monday.
Bashir: US, Britain and France are to Blame for Darfur
Sudanese President Omar al-Beshir blamed Britain, France and the United States for "the problems in Sudan in general", particularly in Darfur, in an interview published Thursday.
UN: Chadian Children Abducted by French Group have Families
UN has reported that most of the 103 African children which a French group had planned to abducted from Chad as orphans said they had families which included at least one close relative, a painful reminder of the Western slave trade and its tragic consequences on Africa.
Gaddafi Meets Chadian Envoy over Child Abduction Scandal by French “Charity” Organization
Seventeen Europeans have been charged with abduction and fraud for attempting to kidnap 103 Chadian children from the remote border region with Sudan. A French group calling itself L'Arche de Zoe, Zoe's Ark, and “child rescue” wanted to fly the African children to Europe where to be sold for money.
Madrid Train Bombers Get Up to 43,000 Years in Prison, Accused Mastermind Acquitted
Three lead suspects convicted of murder and attempted murder each received sentences ranging from 34,000 to 43,000 years in prison while accused mastermind who is in jail in Italy has been acquitted.
Great Powers Committed Mistake by Politicizing a Tribal Problem, Gaddafi Tells Cambridge University Students
Gaddafi says the world, especially great powers, have committed a mistake when they politicized a mere tribal problem of Darfur, and the solution of the Middle East problem can be achieved by establishing one state for both Palestinians and Israelis.
 
 
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