Archivo de la categoría: África

SINTESIS INFORMATIVA – SECCIÓN INTERNACIONAL – ÁFRICA – Lunes 23 de Marzo de 2009

Wildlife flee Kenyan forest fires
Clerics warn against Bashir trip
Mozambique police held for deaths
Pope Mass draws big Angola crowds
No attack charges for Mugabe wife
Madagascar’s leader is sworn in
Pope warns Angola of witchcraft
Malawi ex-leader fights poll ban
Ghana king’s head to return
Congolese flee new Hutu attacks
Sudan aid cut ‘extermination’
Somalis reject Bin Laden threats
Nigerian actress ‘must be jailed’
Ivorian named top UK boss
Somalia’s SMS insurgency
Goodbye to ‘cosmopolitan’ Cairo
Pope hope in Cameroon
Khat use spreads to British youth
Brown set to meet African leaders
Barclays ‘corrupt regime’ claim
Is Catholicism good for Africa?
What next for Madagascar?
Would you share your last drop?
Benedicto XVI concluye gira por África
"Aquí el hombre nunca usará condón"
Benedicto XVI se va ‘triste’ de África por el sufrimiento que ha visto
Sudáfrica niega visa a Dalai Lama
Elefante rosa

SINTESIS INFORMATIVA – SECCIÓN INTERNACIONAL – ÁFRICA – Jueves 12 de Marzo de 2009

Aid workers kidnapped in Darfur
South African expats vote upheld
US men ‘joined Somali Islamists’
Nigeria election reform ‘U-turn’
Spy charges for Gambia politician
‘Civil war looms’ in Madagascar
Nigeria gay activists speak out
Zimbabwe cabinet nominee is freed
Madagascar police defy government
Australia pledges Zimbabwe aid
Jail term for Egypt ferry owner
Crowds see Mrs Tsvangirai buried
Obama condemns Darfur aid ban
Somali cabinet backs Sharia plan
Madagascar army’s crisis deadline
Delights of Africa’s film festival
Economic ill winds hitting Africa
Africa’s private sector flowers
Sudan’s tense links with the West
Brown set to meet African leaders
Barclays ‘corrupt regime’ claim
What tips for entrepreneurs?
Can Africa escape recession?
Can your business grow?
Traffic jam to cash flow

SINTESIS INFORMATIVA – SECCIÓN INTERNACIONAL – ÁFRICA – Martes 10 de Marzo de 2009

Mugabe calls crash ‘hand of God’
Tanzania ‘witch-naming’ under way
Africa to suffer in global crunch
Uganda leader defends wife’s job
Guinea-Bissau to bury president
Peacekeepers attacked in Darfur
France protects Madagascar rival
Riots break out in Kenyan capital
Madagascar army’s crisis deadline
IMF warns of slow African growth
Uganda crash kills peacekeepers
Congo hunt has ‘weakened LRA’
Sudan opposition leader released
Ethiopia ONLF rebels ‘seize town’
Funeral set for Tsvangirai’s wife
Rumours fly after Tsvangirai crash
Sudan’s tense links with the West
Rule of law reels in Kenya
Copper slump for Zambia miners
ICC solace for Darfur refugees
South Africa sees economy shrink
Botswana diamond mines to close