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Abuja irritated by coverage of Boko Haram insurrection

ABUJA/LAGOS: Nigeria’s press is traditionally free to write almost anything about anyone — whether it’s true or not.



Sierra Leone religious leaders criticize government handling of Ebola

FREETOWN: Religious leaders in Sierra Leone criticized the government’s handling of an Ebola outbreak that has killed 194 people in the West Africa country, saying a lack of information was prompting





Armed bandits demand water in northern India

LUCKNOW, India: Armed bandits in drought-stricken northern India are threatening to kill hundreds of villagers unless they deliver 35 buckets of water each day to the outlaws in their rural hideouts.<



2 die in Afghan suicide bombing

KABUL, Afghanistan: A suicide bomber targeted a police convoy in Afghanistan’s southern Helmand province on Monday, killing two people, a policeman and a civilian, a local official said.






Anti-child rape protests in India held back by police

BANGALORE, India: Indian police beat back angry protesters who attempted to storm the premises of a top Bangalore school where a six-year-old girl was allegedly raped, an officer said Monday.

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