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What is Good for Africa is Good for the World

Praising efforts by African countries to alleviate poverty and build more stable societies, United Nations Secretary-General Guterres pledged his on-going support for ending conflict and building peace across the continent.

SOP newswire2China, Australia pledge further cooperation, expanded ties - Premier Wen Jiabao met with his Australian counterpart Kevin Rudd in Beijing on Thursday, calling for greater cooperation and taking bilateral ties to a new high.
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: April 10 - The Gaza Strip is again without fuel, with Israel cutting off the only source to this Palestinian enclave.
SOP newswireStanisic Fit to Stand Trial - The former Serbian intelligence chief will join Monday's proceedings by video link.
SOP newswireNuclear weapons in India will increase risk of terrorism - Leonor Tomero: If this nuclear trade deal goes through, it will be much harder to convince other countries to abide by stricter non-proliferation rules.
SOP newswireClash at Gaza Border claims at least 4 lives - Israeli police in Jerusalem were on high alert and had increased security at checkpoints following intelligence reports of a possible attack.
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: April 9 - Hopes in reaching an agreement with North Korea about its nuclear disarmament dash, as Chinese officials predict no major breakthrough will be reached by autumn.
SOP newswireKillings in Nepal shock UN Envoy - One incident involved the shooting death of CPN-Unified Marxist Leninist (UML) candidate Rishi Prasad Sharma.
SOP newswireChinese women face forced abortion and sterilization - According to the testimonies recorded by the Chinese human rights activist Chen Guangcheng, forced abortion takes place up until the eighth month of pregnancy.
SOP newswire15 Sri Lankan Civilians lose life to suicide attack - Sri Lanka has witnessed several attacks in the past few months, following the Government's decision earlier this year to end the 2002 Ceasefire Agreement.
SOP newswireIraqi employees promised Sanctuary in Australia - There are fears these employees could face retribution after Australian troops are withdrawn later this year.
SOP newswireUN Member States pressed to support strengthening measures - Ban Ki-moon wants world body to become more effective and efficient, particularly in the areas of procurement, accountability and human resources.
SOP newswireSerbia savors EU backing for EU Membership - Foreign policy chief Javier Solana says a pre-membership agreement should be signed ahead of Serbian parliamentary elections next month.
SOP newswireMissile shield still stalled by US and Russian stalemate - The demand for Russian access to the radar is a key sticking point in ongoing negotiations with Washington.
SOP newswireBaghdad commemorates liberation with curfew - The Iraqi government has imposed a one-day curfew on Baghdad for Wednesday, the fifth anniversary of the day U.S. forces overtook the city.
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: April 8 - Russia will seek permanent access to the anti-missile shield that Washington plans to build in Poland and the Czech Republic, Foreign Minster Sergei Lavrov said on Tuesday.
SOP newswire2Nepal's Political Leaders Must Ensure Polls are Free and Fair - “They now have a critical responsibility to ensure that voters can freely exercise their democratic right in a secret ballot, without fear of violence,
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: April 7 - The Olympic torch, which arrived in France today, was unexpectedly extinguished. Authorities said that the flame had to be put out due to “technical” reasons.
SOP newswireShi'ite militia told they must disband - Iraq's Prime Minister told US media that al-Sadr's followers will not be able to compete in upcoming elections unless the Mahdi Army disbands.
SOP newswireSaudi King, UN relief official meet in Riyadh - Discussion centered on how the world body and the Middle East country can pursue ways to strengthen their partnership in the humanitarian field.
SOP newswireHistoric Nepali elections on-track despite clashes - Joint report finds that there have been incidents-- frequent, in some cases-- of election-related violence and intimidation.
SOP newswireTibet troubles International Olympic Committee - Jacques Rogge, says he is very concerned about the situation in Tibet, following protests that have targeted the Olympic torch relay.
SOP newswireUN predicts global rice production will increase - Assuming normal weather conditions, sizable production increases are expected in all the major Asian rice-producing countries.
SOP newswirePalestinian boy killed in Gaza Strip - Medical workers say the boy died Sunday after being hit by shrapnel from an Israeli tank shell. They say one Palestinian was wounded in the same incident between the Israeli border
SOP newswireSeparate raids kill 15 Taliban militants - A defense ministry statement says the clashes took place Saturday in the Zhari district of Kandahar province.
SOP newswireNikola ainovi granted temporary release - The ICTY trial chamber said Mr. "ainovi's temporary release was subject to several strict conditions, including 24-hour surveillance of the accused by Serbian authorities.
SOP newswireHelplessness joins despair in Tibetan refugee community - Young Tibetans were even reluctant to give their names for fear of trouble.
SOP newswireKidnapping decried by Columbian protestors - Protests were sparked by recent news of the critical health condition of French-Colombian hostage Ingrid Betancourt, presidential candidate, kidnapped in 2002.
SOP newswireChristians to celebrate Israel's 60th year - The Joshua Fund founder and best-selling author will host conference in Jerusalem.
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: April 4 - The tiny Latin American country of Surinam is still in shock after a Thursday plane crash which killed 19 passengers and crew members.
SOP newswireKarzai claims Afghanistan can secure Kabul - Karzai's announcement, made in Bucharest at the NATO summit on April 3, was welcomed by the alliance's secretary-general, Jaap de Hoop Scheffer.
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