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6 March 2015
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Libyan government forces say to halt air strikes for peace talks
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Forces loyal to Libya's internationally recognised government said on Thursday they would halt air strikes on targets allied to the rival administration in order to help ongoing peace talks in...
UN urges Mali rebels to sign northern peace proposal
The United Nations is urging Tuareg-led rebels to sign a proposal on the future of northern Mali, calling it an important step towards peace in the violent region. The deal, brokered by the world...
Areva says SA nuclear ambitions intact despite major restructuring plan
French nuclear vendor Areva says its value proposition for South Africa’s proposed new nuclear build programme remains intact, despite far-reaching restructuring initiatives being undertaken at the...
Cabinet approves Agriculture strategic framework and action plan
Cabinet has approved the five-year Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Strategic Framework, as well as the Agricultural Policy Action Plan (Apap).  The strategic framework and Apap would be updated...
Minister confirms drought impact will change priorities
While agriculture is the most resilient sector of the South African ecnomy and, in light of prevailing production conditions, it is necessary for agriculture to be removed from political rhetoric,...
Warplanes hit Tripoli airport before UN talks start
Warplanes from Libya's internationally recognised government carried out air strikes on a Tripoli airport on Thursday just hours before United Nations-backed peace talks were due to start in...
World food prices continue to fall in February – UN FAO
Global food prices fell 1% in February to their lowest in more than four-and-a-half years, with cereals, meat and sugar declining, oils steady and only dairy prices rebounding sharply, the United...
Guinea to start final trials of Ebola vaccines this week
Final stage trials of an Ebola vaccine being developed by Merck and NewLink Genetics will begin in Guinea on March 7, the World Health Organization said on Thursday. Signalling global health...
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