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  • 48:00 Warlords Next Door

    Warlords Next Door

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    Dispatches reveals how key politicians at the heart of the vicious fighting in Somalia - described as the world's worst humanitarian crisis - enjoy incredibly close links to Britain. They have British or EU passports, their families live here and they com

  • 01:29 Over 1.6 Million Houses Needed for Civil Servants in Uganda

    Over 1.6 Million Houses Needed for Civil Servants in Uganda

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    There could be light at the end of the tunnel for Uganda police officers, government teachers as well as medical personnel who reside in dilapidated structures. This as government through the ministry of lands, housing and national development have partne

  • 01:34 Egypt's Plan To Cut Civil Service Numbers Met With Resistance

    Egypt's Plan To Cut Civil Service Numbers Met With Resistance

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    Egypt's labour unions are up in arms over a proposed law which aims to overhaul the civil service by not only cutting staff numbers, but also pegging promotions on performance evaluations, and not seniority. Unions, however, say the new law will cut their

  • 01:04 The Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet Awarded Nobel Peace Prize 2015

    The Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet Awarded Nobel Peace Prize 2015

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    Nobel Peace Prize for 2015 awarded to The Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet for its decisive contribution to the building of a pluralistic democracy in Tunisia in the wake of the Jasmine Revolution of 2011.

  • 03:06 Zimbabwe - Police Break Up Anti-government Protest

    Zimbabwe - Police Break Up Anti-government Protest

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    Zimbabwean police broke up an anti-government protest in the capital, Harare, on Wednesday. Hundreds of people hurried for cover as baton-wielding police moved in to disperse activists who were marching to the country's reserve bank to protest a currency

  • 01:48 South African Civil Society Groups Back Pravin Gordhan

    South African Civil Society Groups Back Pravin Gordhan

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    South African civil rights groups have shown their support for Finance Minister Praveen Gordin and two former tax officials. Gordin has refused to be questioned over a so-called rogue unit, set up at the South African Revenue Service during his tenure. Th