04 January 2003
ABIDJAN, Jan. 2 (GIN) -- A government attack by helicopter on a rebel-held village in the center of embattled Ivory Coast was condemned by the French military detachment which has reportedly been assigned to preserve a fragile ceasefire in...
04 January 2003
NEW YORK, Dec. 30 (GIN) - More than 20 years after he was toppled from power and forced into exile in Saudi Arabia, Idi Amin wants to return to Uganda - the country where, during his eight-year dictatorship, at least 300,000 people were...
04 January 2003
New York, Dec. 30 (GIN) -- The Togolese parliament yesterday changed the constitution in a way that will allow President Gnassingbe Eyadema to seek re-election in next year's June elections.

   As it stood, the 1992 constition...
04 January 2003
New York, Jan 1 (GIN) -- Under pressure from aid agencies and mounting bad publicity, Swiss-based multinational Nestle has dropped its demand for $6 million from the famine-stricken Ethiopian government.

   Nestle claimed the $...
01 January 2003
JOHANNESBURG, Jan. 1 (GIN) - Initial reports that the South African Broadcasting Corporation would drop CNN for Al-Jazeera, the Qatar-based Persian Gulf news network well known for broadcasting videotaped messages from Osama bin Laden,...
16 November 2002
HEBRON—At least fifteen people are dead and fifteen more wounded after a shooting attack Friday evening, November 15th, at 7:15pm. Palestinian gunmen opened fire and threw grenades at a group of Israeli settlers and soldiers walking to...

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