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   16/07/2018 
[Guardian] Fears that the planned new dawn for Lagos wastewater plants will remain an illusion heightened last week with information that the needed funds are yet to be released for the revamping (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   16/07/2018 
[Guardian] A new eco-housing module has been released by UN Environment and Yale University in collaboration with UN Habitat, to spark public discussion and fresh ideas on how sustainable design (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   16/07/2018 
[Guardian] No fewer than five persons were feared dead and property worth millions of naira destroyed on Friday night, as flood wreaked havoc in some parts of Abeokuta, Ogun (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   16/07/2018 
[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -The Liberia Water and Sewer Corporation management says its attention has been drawn to what it considers as a "clueless statement" recently made Unity Party (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   16/07/2018 
[News24Wire] A nearly R9m joint desalination project between the Western Cape government and the French government still needs the required environmental approval for operation in (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   16/07/2018 
[Deutsche Welle] The Kenyan government said the death of eight black rhinos was "unprecedented" in more than a decade of such transfers. The black rhino is critically endangered, with just over (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   16/07/2018 
[Reporter] Bridging the Gap: Inclusive Policies and Services for Equal Rights of Persons with Disabilities (BtG), an initiative funded by the European Union, was launched on Thursday July 12 by (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   16/07/2018 
[This Day] Nigeria has been listed among countries most at risk as global warming brings more high temperatures, necessitating the need to keep people cool and preserve food and (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   16/07/2018 
[Nation] More than 500 pupils of St Mary's Day and Boarding Primary School in Kiharu, Murang'a County have been forced to share toilets after the boys' pit latrines caved in last (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   16/07/2018 
[This Day] Katsina -No fewer than 25 persons were reportedly killed, 90 houses destroyed, over 260 livestock confirmed dead, several people declared missing and properties worth millions of naira (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   16/07/2018 
[CAJ News] Khartoum -A visually impaired Sudanese religious teacher, who is also a human rights activist, is facing the death penalty for his criticism of government's human rights violations in (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   16/07/2018 
[New Times] At 18, Germaine Mukamusoni, left her parents' home in Ngororero and went to Muhanga to look for work.
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   16/07/2018 
[News24Wire] Two suspected poachers have been killed and a policeman wounded at the Loskop Dam Nature Reserve in Mpumalanga at the weekend.
 All Africa (Environment)
   16/07/2018 
[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -Agents of the National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) subjected two Darfuri students to severe beatings last week. The chairman of Darfur University Students (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   16/07/2018 
[HRW] Representatives of the Catholic church in Eastern Africa will meet in Addis Ababa later this week to discuss "vibrant diversity, equal dignity, and peaceful unity" in the (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   16/07/2018 
[HRW] Authorities in the Democratic Republic of Congo arrested seven activists on Wednesday in the eastern city of Goma after a sit-in in front of MONUSCO, the UN peacekeeping mission in Congo. (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
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   16/07/2018 
[Reporter] Bridging the Gap: Inclusive Policies and Services for Equal Rights of Persons with Disabilities (BtG), an initiative funded by the European Union, was launched on Thursday July 12 by (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   16/07/2018 
[CAJ News] Khartoum -A visually impaired Sudanese religious teacher, who is also a human rights activist, is facing the death penalty for his criticism of government's human rights violations in (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   16/07/2018 
[New Times] At 18, Germaine Mukamusoni, left her parents' home in Ngororero and went to Muhanga to look for work.
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   16/07/2018 
[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -Agents of the National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) subjected two Darfuri students to severe beatings last week. The chairman of Darfur University Students (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   16/07/2018 
[HRW] Representatives of the Catholic church in Eastern Africa will meet in Addis Ababa later this week to discuss "vibrant diversity, equal dignity, and peaceful unity" in the (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   16/07/2018 
[HRW] Authorities in the Democratic Republic of Congo arrested seven activists on Wednesday in the eastern city of Goma after a sit-in in front of MONUSCO, the UN peacekeeping mission in Congo. (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   16/07/2018 
[HRW] The Democratic Republic of Congo's President Joseph Kabila abruptly cancelled a meeting planned for this week with the United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres and the African Union (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   16/07/2018 
[HRW] Human Rights Watch welcomes the adoption of the outcome of the Universal Periodic Review for Mali, and, in light of ongoing concerns about weak rule of law and the dramatic increase in (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   16/07/2018 
[Zimbabwe Standard] The play 1983: The Dark Years is politically-loaded and focuses on the sensitive issue of Gukurahundi where thousands of innocent civilians in Matabeleland and Midlands (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   16/07/2018 
[VOA] Filipinos tapped out text messages on their cellphones to mobilize protests against President Joseph Estrada. The effort mushroomed within hours into a "people power" revolution that forced (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   16/07/2018 
[Zimbabwe Standard] At least nine Zanu PF supporters were yesterday charged with public violence following violent clashes that rocked Epworth on the outskirts of Harare last (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   16/07/2018 
[Nation] The Ogiek community will go back to the African Court on Human and Peoples' Rights this week over the ongoing Maasai Mau Forest evictions. The evictions started seven days ago and are (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   16/07/2018 
[African Arguments] At less than 15%, women make up a tiny fraction of candidates in the upcoming elections. Here's how society keeps it that way.
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   16/07/2018 
[Zimbabwe Standard] Justice Priscila Chigumba's appointment as Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) chairperson six months ago was greeted with optimism amid hopes that she would rescue the body's (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
   16/07/2018 
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -President John Magufuli's directive to the new Prison Services Commissioner General, Phaustine Kasike, has ignited serious debate on social (...)
 All Africa (Human Rights)
|  5 sites |  134 articles référencés

   16/07/2018 
[Guardian] Fears that the planned new dawn for Lagos wastewater plants will remain an illusion heightened last week with information that the needed funds are yet to be released for the revamping (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   16/07/2018 
[Guardian] A new eco-housing module has been released by UN Environment and Yale University in collaboration with UN Habitat, to spark public discussion and fresh ideas on how sustainable design (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   16/07/2018 
[Guardian] No fewer than five persons were feared dead and property worth millions of naira destroyed on Friday night, as flood wreaked havoc in some parts of Abeokuta, Ogun (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   16/07/2018 
[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -The Liberia Water and Sewer Corporation management says its attention has been drawn to what it considers as a "clueless statement" recently made Unity Party (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   16/07/2018 
[News24Wire] A nearly R9m joint desalination project between the Western Cape government and the French government still needs the required environmental approval for operation in (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   16/07/2018 
[Deutsche Welle] The Kenyan government said the death of eight black rhinos was "unprecedented" in more than a decade of such transfers. The black rhino is critically endangered, with just over (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   16/07/2018 
[This Day] Nigeria has been listed among countries most at risk as global warming brings more high temperatures, necessitating the need to keep people cool and preserve food and (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   16/07/2018 
[Nation] More than 500 pupils of St Mary's Day and Boarding Primary School in Kiharu, Murang'a County have been forced to share toilets after the boys' pit latrines caved in last (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   16/07/2018 
[This Day] Katsina -No fewer than 25 persons were reportedly killed, 90 houses destroyed, over 260 livestock confirmed dead, several people declared missing and properties worth millions of naira (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   16/07/2018 
[News24Wire] Two suspected poachers have been killed and a policeman wounded at the Loskop Dam Nature Reserve in Mpumalanga at the weekend.
 All Africa (Environment)
   16/07/2018 
[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -As part of ongoing efforts to strengthen the capacity of Non-State Actors (NSAs) in forest governance, the Volunteers to Support International Efforts in Developing (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   16/07/2018 
[Nation] The cold and chilly weather will continue in most parts of the country with Central and Western regions set to receive rainfall for the next five (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   16/07/2018 
[Nation] Four days after eight black rhinos died at the Tsavo East National Park following their translocation from the Nairobi and Nakuru national parks, the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) has yet (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   16/07/2018 
[Bhekisisa] Climate change and air pollution could be conspiring against the continent, and fuelling new levels of death and disease.
 All Africa (Environment)
   16/07/2018 
[African Arguments] Many displaced by the conflict are fleeing to biodiversity hotspots, clearing forests to build homes and hunting endangered animals for (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
   16/07/2018 
[East African] Scientists have discovered two new yellow-bellied bat species in Kenya, a finding that could pave the way for the discovery of more species of the flying mammal across (...)
 All Africa (Environment)
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