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Saturday, 19 June 2010

Quick notes

Senegalise women have welcomed a new  law on gender parity in electoral lists, recently approved by a large majority in Senegal's National Assembly.

UK offenders doing community payback in Wiltshire are working on a new project to improve lighting for Zambian students.

A British national finds that not all foreign judgements are registered in Zambia, as the  Supreme Court judge refuses an English Order in relation to a child abduction case.

Ten of the greatest maps that changed the world. And yes it does include google earth and the London underground.

Malawian blogger Kondwani Munthali reflects on the recent homosexual trial on Ban Ki-moon, Homosexuality and the price of Africa's poverty

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