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  • She spoke in a pan-African television interview in the Zambian capital.

    Hillary Clinton Warns Africa Of 'New Colonialism'

  • But China built the line, between 1970 and 1975, at the behest of two African leaders: Julius Kambarage Nyerere, the first president of Tanzania, who wanted to open up the remote south of his country and bolster his pan-African credentials; and President Kenneth Kaunda of Zambia, whose landlocked country was seeking an alternative to the trade routes south through white-ruled Rhodesia.

    The Next Empire

  • Such a shift would be a setback to the Libyan leader, who has been an influential figure in pan-African politics for more than 40 years.

    AU Summit Endorses Libya Peace Map, Demands Air Strikes Halt

  • In some respects it's a return to my teenage patterns, with the absence of dedicated night periods involving DX-ing radio stations (one of my regular entertainments was a show called Bleecker Street on a radio station out of Little Rock, Arkansas, which helped add a dimension to the pan-African/surreal Jamaican of overnight RJR-FM and the mad variance of Radio Nederland, which had a Caribbean repeater.)

    From Twitter 07-13-2009

  • The Communist bosses in Central Asia who reinvented themselves as supreme leaders of the - stans are a good case in point, though an interesting anomaly here might be Gadhafi in Libya, who has always balanced nationalistic leanings, first with pan-Arab and now pan-African ones.

    Matthew Yglesias » Requests We Can Believe In

  • Mr. Walter's view was shared by Edward George , soft commodities analyst at pan-African banking group Ecobank Transnational Inc., who said the supply of cocoa is forecast to outpace demand in the 2011-12 marketing year as poor prospects for global economic growth are seen weakening chocolate consumption.

    Cocoa Supply Plentiful as EU, U.S. Chocolate Demand Stays Flat

  • In just the past six months, he has played in a pan-African band organized by Quincy Jones, toured in a duo with singer-guitarist Raúl Midón, collaborated with the Danish Radio Orchestra and toured Japan with a big band dedicated to the legacy of bassist Jaco Pastorius.

    At Home in Music's World

  • This use of artillery intensified after revolutionary forces pushed deep into Sirte on Saturday, seizing the vast pan-African conference center that Col.

    Libya Rebels Press Attack on Gadhafi's Hometown

  • It also started a pan-African TV gameshow about football pitched at drinkers of Guinness stout.

    Ad Festival Highlights Shift in Industry

  • The “we” that will allow him to the implicit and explicit demands that he be pan-African, which has, in some incarnations, been highly critical of U.S. policies and politics.

    Global Voices in English » Ghana: Global discussion of Obama’s visit to Ghana

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