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  4. Tanzania - Wikipedia

    Tanzania, along with Kenya and Uganda, is a founding member of the EAC in 2000. Following the German defeat in World War I Tanzania joined the London-based East African Currency Board (EACB) that was a customs union and provider of currency for Tanzania, Uganda, and Kenya from 1919 to 1948, the East Africa High Commission (EAHC) from 1948 to ...

  5. Raila Odinga - Wikipedia

    Multi-party politics. At the time of Odinga's departure to Norway, the Forum for the Restoration of Democracy (FORD), a movement formed to agitate for the return of multi-party democracy to Kenya, was newly formed. In February 1992, Odinga returned to join FORD, then led by his father Jaramogi Oginga Odinga. He was elected Vice Chairman of the ...

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    News is information about current events. This may be provided through many different media: word of mouth, printing, postal systems, broadcasting, electronic communication, or through the testimony of observers and witnesses to events. News is sometimes called "hard news" to differentiate it from soft media.

  7. Lord's Resistance Army - Wikipedia's_Resistance_Army

    Girl Soldiers – The cost of war in Northern Uganda, Women News Network – WNN; Lord's Resistance Army, "A Case for National Reconciliation, Peace, Democracy and Economic Prosperity for All Ugandans", outlines and defends the LRA's political views. Invisible Children, advocacy group and documentary about LRA's child soldiers

  8. List of heads of state of Niger - Wikipedia

    No. Portrait Name (Birth–Death) Elected Term of office Political party Prime minister(s) Took office Left office Time in office 1 Hamani Diori (1916–1989)

  9. Tunisian Revolution - Wikipedia

    The Tunisian Revolution, also called the Jasmine Revolution, was an intensive 28-day campaign of civil resistance.It included a series of street demonstrations which took place in Tunisia, and led to the ousting of longtime president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali in January 2011.