Tuesday, January 13, 2009

VOA Africa News Summary

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Here are today's top stories from VOA Africa.

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Farmers work the fields in Bungoma, Kenya (File) Kenyans Concern Over Land Deal in Time of Hunger
Kenyans worry about results of government's plan to lease 100,000 acres of fertile land to government of Qatar


Somalia, Eritrea and Sudan Somalia Moderate Militias May Hold Key to Peace  Audio Clip Available
Somalia Moderate Militias May Hold Key to Peace


Somalia and Gulf of Aden Somali Pirates Release 2 Ships
Turkish company officials say pirates released chemical tanker 'Karagol,'  14-member crew late Monday after releasing Japanese-operated bulk carrier, Philippine crew earlier


Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir (file photo) World Should Not Condone Violence Threats by Sudan, Rights Activist Says  Audio Clip Available
Richard Dicker, director of the international justice program at Human Rights Watch says Al-Turabi is right in calling on President Oal-Bashir to take responsibility for war crimes in Darfur


80_Liberian_President Liberian Government to Make Corruption Investigation Report Public Tuesday  Audio Clip Available
Information minister Lawrence Bropleh says the investigation found no evidence of wrongdoing and recommends further investigation into the emails scandal


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