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Africa Week

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Africa Week - 15 Feb 2007
Africa Week - 15 Feb 2007
MAURITANIA/
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February 14, 2007
Would -be immigrants rest inside a dock building at the port of Nouadhibou, February 14, 2007. A boat...
Nouadhibou, Mauritania
Would -be immigrants rest inside a dock building at the port of Nouadhibou
Would -be immigrants rest inside a dock building at the port of Nouadhibou, February 14, 2007. A boat carrying up to 400 African and Asian migrants docked in northern Mauritania on Monday and began disembarking its passengers into Spanish police custody, witnesses said. The operation in the Mauritanian port of Nouadhibou had been agreed between Mauritania's government and Spain, whose coastguard intercepted the battered Marine 1 freighter off West Africa as it headed towards the Spanish Canary islands. REUTERS/Juan Medina (MAURITANIA)
SPORT-RUGBY-SUPER 14/
RTR1M6WF
February 09, 2007
Waratahs flanker Rocky Elsom breaks past Sharks centre Adrian Jacobs during their rugby union Super 14...
Durban, South Africa
Waratahs flanker Rocky Elsom breaks past Sharks centre Adrian Jacobs during their rugby union Super 14...
Waratahs flanker Rocky Elsom breaks past Sharks centre Adrian Jacobs during their rugby union Super 14 match in Durban February 9, 2007. REUTERS/Rogan Ward (SOUTH AFRICA)
MOZAMBIQUE-FLOODS/
RTR1MC5U
February 13, 2007
Rising waters threaten homes on the flooded Zambezi river near Cheramba, about 1400km (870 miles) north...
CHERAMBA, Mozambique
Rising waters threaten homes on the flooded Zambezi river near Cheramba
Rising waters threaten homes on the flooded Zambezi river near Cheramba, about 1400km (870 miles) north of the capital Maputo February 12, 2007. Floods in Mozambique have left 68,000 people homeless and 280,000 more may be forced to evacuate this week, a top official said on Monday as refugees crowded into dismal camps to escape the raging waters. Picture taken February 12, 2007. REUTERS/Grant Neuenburg (MOZAMBIQUE)
BENIN-NIGERIA/
RTR1ME0C
February 14, 2007
Supporters of Ghana's President John Kufour greet him at the airport in Cotonou February 13, 2007. Benin,...
Cotonou, Benin
Supporters of Ghana's President John Kufour greet him at the airport in Cotonou
Supporters of Ghana's President John Kufour greet him at the airport in Cotonou February 13, 2007. Benin, Togo and Nigeria inaugurated on Tuesday a power cable linking the three countries' national grids and aimed at improving insufficient electricity infrastructure in West Africa. REUTERS/Charles Tossou (BENIN)
MOROCCO
RTR1M9NB
February 11, 2007
Contestants for the Elite Model Look International 23d Final Contest pose in Marrakesh, Morocco, February...
Marrakesh, Morocco
Contestants for the Elite Model Look International 23d Final Contest pose in Marrakesh
Contestants for the Elite Model Look International 23d Final Contest pose in Marrakesh, Morocco, February 10, 2007. Photo taken February 10, 2007. REUTERS/ Jean Blondin
SAFRICA-MBEKI/
RTR1M5XO
February 09, 2007
A guard of honour parades at the opening of South Africa's 2007 Parliamentary session in Cape Town, February...
Cape Town, South Africa
A guard of honour parades at the opening of South Africa's 2007 Parliamentary session in Cape Town
A guard of honour parades at the opening of South Africa's 2007 Parliamentary session in Cape Town, February 9, 2007. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA)
SOMALIA-CONFLICT/
RTR1M8DN
February 10, 2007
Somali women stand inside a house hit by a mortar shell near Mogadishu?s Tarbuunka square February 10,...
Mogadishu, Somalia
Somali women stand inside a house hit by a mortar shell near Mogadishu?s Tarbuunka square
Somali women stand inside a house hit by a mortar shell near Mogadishu?s Tarbuunka square February 10, 2007. Grenade and mortar attacks killed three children on Saturday in fresh post-war violence in the Somali capital Mogadishu, residents said. REUTERS/Shabelle Media (SOMALIA)
SEYCHELLES-CHINA/
RTR1M8FA
February 10, 2007
Seychelles President James Michel (R) shakes hands with Chinese President Hu Jintao upon Hu's arrival...
Mandarin, Seychelles
Seychelles President James Michel shakes hands with Chinese President Hu Jintao upon Hu's arrival at...
Seychelles President James Michel (R) shakes hands with Chinese President Hu Jintao upon Hu's arrival at Mandarin in the Indian Ocean island of Seychelles February 9, 2007. Picture taken February 9, 2007. REUTERS/George Thande (SEYCHELLES)
SUDAN
RTR1M7R7
February 10, 2007
Issa Hayatou, President of CAF (Confederation of African Football), speaks at the opening ceremony of...
Khartoum, Sudan
Issa Hayatou, President of CAF (Confederation of African Football), speaks at the opening ceremony of...
Issa Hayatou, President of CAF (Confederation of African Football), speaks at the opening ceremony of 29 CAF general assembly at Khartoum, Sudan. February 10, 2007. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin (SUDAN)
MALI/
RTR1M9YI
February 11, 2007
A Bambara woman disposes the burnt pottery in the village of Kalabougou, 8 km (5 miles) from Segou, central...
Kalabougou, Mali
A Bambara woman disposes the burnt pottery in the village of Kalabougou
A Bambara woman disposes the burnt pottery in the village of Kalabougou, 8 km (5 miles) from Segou, central Mali, February 10, 2007. Segou city in Mali, lying 235 km (146 miles) northeast of the capital Bamako on the River Niger, was founded by the Bozo people in 1620, on a site about 10 km (6 miles) from the present town. Today, Segou is known for its pottery exported all over West Africa, its Monday market and fishing industry. Photo taken February 10, 2007. REUTERS/Florin Iorganda (MALI)
SOMALIA-CONFLICT/
RTR1MBLZ
February 12, 2007
Somali government soldiers keep guard outside the international seaport in the capital Mogadishu February...
Mogadishu, Somalia
Somali government soldiers keep guard outside the international seaport in the capital Mogadishu
Somali government soldiers keep guard outside the international seaport in the capital Mogadishu February 12, 2007. Five mortar bombs struck northern Mogadishu on Monday, killing at least three people, wounding several others and flattening homes in the Somali capital's latest outbreak of postwar violence, witnesses said. REUTERS/Shabelle Media (SOMALIA)
MAURITANIA/
RTR1MEID
February 14, 2007
Would -be immigrants rest inside a dock building at the port of Nouadhibou, February 14, 2007. A boat...
Nouadhibou, Mauritania
Would -be immigrants rest inside a dock building at the port of Nouadhibou
Would -be immigrants rest inside a dock building at the port of Nouadhibou, February 14, 2007. A boat carrying up to 400 African and Asian migrants docked in northern Mauritania on Monday and began disembarking its passengers into Spanish police custody, witnesses said. The operation in the Mauritanian port of Nouadhibou had been agreed between Mauritania's government and Spain, whose coastguard intercepted the battered Marine 1 freighter off West Africa as it headed towards the Spanish Canary islands. REUTERS/Juan Medina (MAURITANIA)
GHANA-CARTER/
RTR1M5TP
February 09, 2007
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter (R) smiles with Ghana?s Director-General of Health Services Badu Akosa...
Accra, Ghana
Former US President Carter smiles with Ghana?s Director-General of Health Services Akosa during a news...
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter (R) smiles with Ghana?s Director-General of Health Services Badu Akosa during a news conference at a hotel in Accra February 9, 2007. Carter is on a trip to Africa to bring global attention to growing guinea worm epidemic on the continent. REUTERS/Yaw Bibini (GHANA)
MALI/
RTR1M9YB
February 11, 2007
A Bambara woman sets a fire for firing pottery in the village of Kalabougou, 8 km (5 miles) from Segou,...
Kalabougou, Mali
A Bambara woman sets a fire for firing pottery in the village of Kalabougou
A Bambara woman sets a fire for firing pottery in the village of Kalabougou, 8 km (5 miles) from Segou, central Mali, February 10, 2007. Segou city in Mali, lying 235 km (146 miles) northeast of the capital Bamako on the River Niger, was founded by the Bozo people in 1620, on a site about 10 km (6 miles) from the present town. Today, Segou is known for its pottery exported all over West Africa, its Monday market and fishing industry. Photo taken February 10, 2007. REUTERS/Florin Iorganda (MALI)
SAFRICA-TAMBO/
RTR1M7RT
February 10, 2007
Former South African President Nelson Mandela speaks at the funeral of the late Adelaide Tambo during...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Former South African President Nelson Mandela speaks at the funeral of the late Adelaide Tambo during...
Former South African President Nelson Mandela speaks at the funeral of the late Adelaide Tambo during her funeral in Wattville, outside Johannesburg, South Africa, February 10, 2007. Tambo,the widow of African National Congress stalwart Oliver Tambo and a hero of South Africa's anti-apartheid movement in her own right, collapsed and died at her Johannesburg home last week, the party said in a statement. She was 77. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
CHAD-EAST/
RTR1M66P
February 09, 2007
A French military aircraft prepares to take off on a reconnaissance mission over eastern Chad from the...
Abeche, Chad
A French military aircraft prepares to take off on a reconnaissance mission over eastern Chad from the...
A French military aircraft prepares to take off on a reconnaissance mission over eastern Chad from the Fench army base in Abeche in eastern Chad, February 9, 2007. REUTERS/Emmanuel Braun (CHAD)
CRICKET-PAKISTAN/
RTR1M64D
February 09, 2007
South Africa's Makhaya Ntini (2nd L) celebrates his dismissal of Pakistan's Kamran Akmal (2nd R) during...
Port Elizabeth, South Africa
South Africa's Makhaya Ntini celebrates his dismissal of Pakistan's Kamran Akmal during their third one-day...
South Africa's Makhaya Ntini (2nd L) celebrates his dismissal of Pakistan's Kamran Akmal (2nd R) during their third one-day international cricket match at St Georges Park in Port Elizabeth February 9, 2007. REUTERS/Howard Burditt (SOUTH AFRICA)
SAFRICA-MANDELA/
RTR1MCH2
February 13, 2007
Former South African president Nelson Mandela (L) shares a light moment with Princess Caroline of Monaco...
Johannesburg, South Africa
Former South African president Mandela shares a light moment with Princess Caroline of Monaco at the...
Former South African president Nelson Mandela (L) shares a light moment with Princess Caroline of Monaco at the Nelson Mandela foundation in Johannesburg February 13, 2007. Princess met Mandela on her last day of her two-week Africa tour. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
SOMALIA-CONFLICT/
RTR1MCZX
February 13, 2007
Internally displaced Somalis stand in their makeshift camp in the capital Mogadishu, February 13, 2007....
Mogadishu, Somalia
Internally displaced Somalis stand in their makeshift camp in Mogadishu
Internally displaced Somalis stand in their makeshift camp in the capital Mogadishu, February 13, 2007. A grenade was thrown at a Somali government minister's house overnight and mortar bombs hit areas near Mogadishu's port in the latest spate of post-war violence, witnesses said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Shabelle Media (SOMALIA)
MOZAMBIQUE-FLOODS/
RTR1MDOB
February 14, 2007
Mozambican children wait for food aid at a makeshift resettlement camp in north-central Mozambique as...
SAMARUSHA, Mozambique
Mozambican children wait for food aid at a makeshift resettlement camps in north-central Mozambique as...
Mozambican children wait for food aid at a makeshift resettlement camp in north-central Mozambique as heavy rains continue in this picture taken February 13, 2007. Some 500,000 people in the impoverished southern African country are at risk from flooding that has killed 29 people and damaged thousands of homes and schools. Picture taken February 13, 2007 REUTERS/Grant Neuenburg (MOZAMBIQUE)
IVORY-COAST/
RTR1MCYD
February 13, 2007
A customer in a gift shop holds up a souvenir made for Valentine's Day in Abidjan February 13, 2007....
Abidjan, Ivory Coast/Cote D'Ivoire
A customer in a gift shop holds up a souvenir made for Valentine's Day in Abidjan
A customer in a gift shop holds up a souvenir made for Valentine's Day in Abidjan February 13, 2007. REUTERS/Thierry Gouegnon (IVORY COAST)
SPORT-RUGBY-SUPER 14/
RTR1M6TI
February 09, 2007
Western Force flyhalf Matt Giteau (C), with team mate Cameron Shepherd (back) in support, attempts to...
Cape Town, South Africa
Western Force Matt Giteau attempts to break past Stormers Gerrie Britz and Eddie Andrews in their Super...
Western Force flyhalf Matt Giteau (C), with team mate Cameron Shepherd (back) in support, attempts to break past the tackles of Stormers Gerrie Britz (L) and Eddie Andrews (R) during their Super 14 rugby match in Cape Town February 9, 2007. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA)
MAURITANIA
RTR1MD6T
February 13, 2007
Would-be immigrants rest in a dock building at the port of Nouadhibou February 13 , 2007. REUTERS/Juan...
Nouadhibou, Mauritania
Would-be immigrants rest in a dock building at the port of Nouadhibou
Would-be immigrants rest in a dock building at the port of Nouadhibou February 13 , 2007. REUTERS/Juan Medina (MAURITANIA)
BENIN-NIGERIA/
RTR1ME0E
February 14, 2007
Ghana's President John Kufour (L) talks to his Benin counterpart Yayi Boni at the airport in Cotonou...
Cotonou, Benin
Ghana's President Kufour talks to his Benin counterpart Boni at the airport in Cotonou
Ghana's President John Kufour (L) talks to his Benin counterpart Yayi Boni at the airport in Cotonou February 13, 2007. Benin, Togo and Nigeria inaugurated on Tuesday a power cable linking the three countries' national grids and aimed at improving insufficient electricity infrastructure in West Africa. REUTERS/Charles Tossou (BENIN)
SAFRICA-TAMBO/
RTR1M7V0
February 10, 2007
A priest prays by the casket of Adelaide Tambo at the Tambo ville cemetery in Wattville outside Johannesburg,...
Johannesburg, South Africa
A priest prays by the casket of Adelaide Tambo at the Tambo ville cemetery in Wattville outside Johannesburg...
A priest prays by the casket of Adelaide Tambo at the Tambo ville cemetery in Wattville outside Johannesburg, South Africa, February 10, 2007. Tambo, the widow of African National Congress stalwart Oliver Tambo and a hero of South Africa's anti-apartheid movement in her own right, collapsed and died at her Johannesburg home last week the party said in a statement. She was 77. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA)
MAURITANIA-SPAIN/MIGRANTS
RTR1MBWN
February 12, 2007
Migrants wait aboard the Marine 1 vessel at the port of Nouadhibou February 12, 2007. Around 370 Asian...
Nouadhibou, Mauritania
Migrants wait aboard the Marine 1 vessel at the port of Nouadhibou
Migrants wait aboard the Marine 1 vessel at the port of Nouadhibou February 12, 2007. Around 370 Asian and African migrants whose ship was intercepted at sea on its way to Spain came ashore in northern Mauritania on Monday to be screened by Spanish police, officials said. REUTERS/Juan Medina (MAURITANIA)
SUDAN
RTR1M7ST
February 10, 2007
FIFA President Joseph Sepp Blatter attends the opening ceremony of 29 CAF (Confederation of African Football)...
Khartoum, Sudan
FIFA President Joseph Sepp Blatter attends the opening ceremony of 29 CAF (Confederation of African Football)...
FIFA President Joseph Sepp Blatter attends the opening ceremony of 29 CAF (Confederation of African Football) general assembly in Khartoum, Sudan February 10, 2007. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin (SUDAN)
TOGO
RTR1MF21
February 14, 2007
Director-general of UNESCO Koichiro Matsuura (C) poses for a photo with voodoo priests near Togo's capital...
Lome, Togo
Director-general of UNESCO Koichiro Matsuura poses for a photo with voodoo priests near Togo's capital...
Director-general of UNESCO Koichiro Matsuura (C) poses for a photo with voodoo priests near Togo's capital Lomé, February 14, 2007. REUTERS/Noel Kokou Tadegnon (TOGO)
MOZAMBIQUE-FLOODS/
RTR1MC5W
February 13, 2007
A woman, evacuated from her home on the flooded Zambezi river, erects an improvised shelter in a temporary...
Maputo, Mozambique
A woman, evacuated from her home on the flooded Zambezi river, erects an improvised shelter in a temporary...
A woman, evacuated from her home on the flooded Zambezi river, erects an improvised shelter in a temporary resettlement area near Cheramba, about 1400km (870 miles) north of the capital Maputo February 12, 2007. Floods in Mozambique have left 68,000 people homeless and 280,000 more may be forced to evacuate this week, a top official said on Monday as refugees crowded into dismal camps to escape the raging waters. Picture taken February 12, 2007. REUTERS/Grant Neuenburg (MOZAMBIQUE)
SOMALIA/
RTR1MCBE
February 13, 2007
Somalia Prime Minister Mohamed Ali Ghadi (2nd L) leaves after a news conference with the media at the...
Nairobi, Kenya
Somalia PM Ghadi leaves after news conference with the media at Somalia embassy in Nairobi
Somalia Prime Minister Mohamed Ali Ghadi (2nd L) leaves after a news conference with the media at the Somalia embassy in Nairobi, February 13, 2007. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
ALGERIA-BOMBS/
RTR1MCJD
February 13, 2007
A woman stands in front of her damaged house after a bomb exploded in front of a police station at Si...
Algiers, Algeria
A woman stands in front of her damaged house after a bomb exploded in front of a police station at Si...
A woman stands in front of her damaged house after a bomb exploded in front of a police station at Si Mustafa, 50km (31 miles) east of the capital Algiers February 13, 2007. Seven bombs exploded east of Algiers on Tuesday, killing six people in apparently coordinated attacks by Islamist militants, Algeria's official APS news agency said. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA)
NIGERIA-HOSTAGES/RELEASE
RTR1MECQ
February 14, 2007
Filipino hostages disembark from a ship after being released by a militant group at a harbour in Warri,...
DELTA STATE, Nigeria
Filipino hostages disembark from a ship after being released by a militant group at a harbour in Warri...
Filipino hostages disembark from a ship after being released by a militant group at a harbour in Warri, Delta state February 13, 2007. Nigerian kidnappers released all 24 Filipino seamen they had been holding captive in the creeks of the oil-producing Niger Delta since January 20, the men's employer, German shipping firm Baco-Liner, said on Tuesday. Picture taken February 13, 2007. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye (NIGERIA)
ANGLICAN-MEETING/
RTR1MEE2
February 14, 2007
Davis Mac-Iyalla, director of Changing Attitude Nigeria, a group that advocates for gay rights in Nigeria,...
Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
Mac-Iyalla, director of Changing Attitude Nigeria, addresses a news conference in Dar es Salaam
Davis Mac-Iyalla, director of Changing Attitude Nigeria, a group that advocates for gay rights in Nigeria, addresses a news conference at the Anglican Communion summit in Dar es Salaam February 14, 2007. African archbishops are calling on the small but powerful U.S. Episcopal Church to repent after naming an openly gay bishop in 2003, a move they condemned as violating the Scriptures. REUTERS/Emmanuel Kwitema (TANZANIA)
Morocco
RTR1MF5L
February 15, 2007
Moroccan folk healer Meki Touraki (L) blesses bottles of water held up by sick people in Skhirat, near...
Skhirat, Morocco
Moroccan folk healer Meki Touraki blesses bottles of water held up by sick people in Skhirat, near Rabat...
Moroccan folk healer Meki Touraki (L) blesses bottles of water held up by sick people in Skhirat, near Rabat, February 14, 2007. Four thousand sick are treated by Touraki every day. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante(MOROCCO)
MOZAMBIQUE-FLOODS/
RTR1MFDW
February 15, 2007
Mozambican children await the distribution of food aid near Caia in north-central Mozambique February...
Caia, Mozambique
Mozambican children await the distribution of food aid near Caia in north-central Mozambique
Mozambican children await the distribution of food aid near Caia in north-central Mozambique February 14, 2007. Mozambique may need emergency help to airlift food and other supplies to thousands of flood refugees stranded in evacuation centres that are fast running out of supplies, officials said on Wednesday. Picture taken February 14, 2007. REUTERS/Grant Neuenburg (MOZAMBIQUE)
MAURITANIA-SPAIN/MIGRANTS
RTR1MBK3
February 12, 2007
A migrant rests after arriving at the port of Nouadhibou February 12, 2007. Up to 400 African and Asian...
Nouadhibou, Mauritania
A migrant rests after arriving at the port of Nouadhibou
A migrant rests after arriving at the port of Nouadhibou February 12, 2007. Up to 400 African and Asian migrants began disembarking in northern Mauritania on Monday from a battered freighter intercepted by the Spanish coastguard over a week ago, witnesses said. REUTERS/Juan Medina (MAURITANIA)
MAURITANIA-SPAIN/MIGRANTS
RTR1MBWH
February 12, 2007
A migrant looks out of a window of the Marine 1 vessel at the port of Nouadhibou February 12, 2007. Around...
Nouadhibou, Mauritania
Migrant looks out of window of Marine 1 vessel at the port of Nouadhibou
A migrant looks out of a window of the Marine 1 vessel at the port of Nouadhibou February 12, 2007. Around 370 Asian and African migrants whose ship was intercepted at sea on its way to Spain came ashore in northern Mauritania on Monday to be screened by Spanish police, officials said. REUTERS/Juan Medina (MAURITANIA)
SOMALIA-CONFLICT/
RTR1MAXL
February 12, 2007
Young Somali boys display pieces of an artillery shell which hit a house at Mogadishu's Ceymiska neighborhood,...
Mogadishu, Somalia
Young Somali boys display pieces of artillery shell which hit a house at Mogadishu's Ceymiska neighborhood...
Young Somali boys display pieces of an artillery shell which hit a house at Mogadishu's Ceymiska neighborhood, killing a man and his son late last night, February 12, 2007. Five mortar bombs exploded in northern Mogadishu on Monday, killing at least three people, wounding several others and flattening homes in the Somali capital's latest outbreak of post-war violence, witnesses said. REUTERS/Shabelle Media (SOMALIA)
SAFRICA-MBEKI/
RTR1M5WN
February 09, 2007
South African President Thabo Mbeki, accompanied by his wife Zanele (R), takes a salute at Parliament...
Cape Town, South Africa
South African President Thabo Mbeki, accompanied by his wife Zanele, takes a salute at Parliament before...
South African President Thabo Mbeki, accompanied by his wife Zanele (R), takes a salute at Parliament before delivering his annual state of the nation speech, February 9, 2007. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA)
ETHIOPIA-MILLENNIUM/
RTR1MDCO
February 14, 2007
People walk past a billboard counting down to the Millennium in Ethiopia's capital February 13, 2007....
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
To match feature ETHIOPIA-MILLENNIUM/
People walk past a billboard counting down to the Millennium in Ethiopia's capital February 13, 2007. Seven years after much of the world marked the beginning of the 21st century, Ethiopia is finally approaching the year 2000, thanks to a unique and ancient system of measuring time. A variation on the archaic Julian calendar -- which started disappearing from the West in the 16th century -- means Ethiopia will not enter the year 2000 until September 12 this year. Picture taken February 13, 2007. To match feature ETHIOPIA-MILLENNIUM/ REUTERS/Andrew Heavens (ETHIOPIA)
ALGERIA-BOMBS/
RTR1MCJA
February 13, 2007
An Algerian woman gestures as she talks to reporters at her damaged house after a bomb exploded in front...
Algiers, Algeria
An Algerian woman gestures as she talks to reporters at her damaged house after a bomb exploded in front...
An Algerian woman gestures as she talks to reporters at her damaged house after a bomb exploded in front of a police station at Si Mustafa, 50km (31 miles) east of the capital Algiers February 13, 2007. Seven bombs exploded east of Algiers on Tuesday, killing six people in apparently coordinated attacks by Islamist militants, Algeria's official APS news agency said. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra(ALGERIA)
SOMALIA-CONFLICT/
RTR1M62J
February 09, 2007
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Jendayi Frazer (L) talks to U.N. special envoy...
DAE ES SALAAM, Tanzania
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Jendayi Frazer talks to U.N. special envoy to...
U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Jendayi Frazer (L) talks to U.N. special envoy to Somalia Francois Lonseny Fall during International Contact Group on Somalia meeting in Tanzania's capital Dar es Salaam, February 9, 2007. Western and African diplomats met in Tanzania on Friday to discuss reconciliation in post-war Somalia and a plan to send peacekeepers to bolster government efforts to tame the anarchic nation. REUTERS/Emmanuel Kwitema (TANZANIA)
KENYA-TELECOMS/
RTR1MBGZ
February 12, 2007
Kenyan slum dwellers sit outside a telephone booth that is out of order on the outskirts of Nairobi,...
Nairobi, Kenya
Kenyan slum dwellers sit outside telephone booth in outskirts of capital Nairobi
Kenyan slum dwellers sit outside a telephone booth that is out of order on the outskirts of Nairobi, February 12, 2007. Kenya's telecoms sector urged the government on Monday to review the demand that any telecoms firm must be 30 percent Kenyan-owned to get a licence, saying change is needed to boost competition and cut business cost. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
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