Africa News Roundup: Nigeria's Oil Export Problems, Somalia's New Cabinet, Karim Wade Questioned in Senegal, and More

From Sahel Blog Sat Nov 17 2012, 08:51:06

BBC (video): "Nigerian Military Chief Sets Out Mali Plan." Jeune Afrique (French): "The MNLA Launches an Offensive against MUJWA in Gao." Reuters: Nigerian crude oil export delays have lengthened, traders said on Friday, a sign that a raft of recent output ... Continue reading →

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