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8 September 2001
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الكاتب: UN Integrated Regional Information Network

Forest dwellers from seven African countries this week appealed for compensation for livelihoods compromised by government activities, and for vindication of their human rights, AFP news agency reported. Meeting in the Rwandan capital, Kigali, from 3-6...

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6 September 2001
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الكاتب: UN Integrated Regional Information Network

The Ugandan government on Tuesday launched a US $24 million, five-year sustainable environment management programme, the semi-official 'New Vision' reported. The government-owned newspaper quoted Minister of State for Lands, Water and the Environment...

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15 July 2001
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الكاتب: Solomon Muyita, New Vision [Kampala]

Uganda has been described as one of the major illicit arms trafficking centres for east, central and west Africa. According to a US government report on African arms transfers and trafficking released July 9, other countries identified as major trans...

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14 July 2001
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الكاتب: Juliet Nankinga, New Vision [Kampala]

The High Court yesterday dismissed attempts by the British American Tobacco (BAT) Limited to be joined as respondents in a case in which environmentalists are seeking criminalisation of public smoking. BAT (U) Limited represented by Oscar Kihika had...

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16 April 2001
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الكاتب: Edith Lederer, Associated Press

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28 February 2001
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الكاتب: John S. James, AIDS Treatment News

...Merck...announced it would sell Crixivan...in some poor countries for $600 per patient per year...Merck claims that it will not make a profit...Bristol-Myers Squibb Company announced that it was making its drugs ddI and d4T available "in every...

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22 February 2001
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الكاتب: Human Rights Watch

A rapid growth in government-sponsored human rights commissions across Africa has not generally led to better human rights protection, Human Rights Watch charged in a major new study released today.

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1 January 2001
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