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21 January, 2008
Tonight, 22 January 2008.
20 January, 2008
China Confidential, 15 January 2008.  A group of 17 NGOs has called on the European Union (EU) to introduce much tougher standards for biofuel production or give up mandatory transport biofuel targets altogether.
20 January, 2008
News24, 21 January 2008. Representatives of End Water Poverty, a coalition of 60 health groups, have urged the G8 and donors to make a huge impact on global health by making sanitation a priority.
20 January, 2008
Mail & Guardian, 21 January 2008.  The South African National Editors' Forum (SANEF) has condemned the arrest of an Oudtshoorn journalist, Hein Coetzee.
20 January, 2008
The Standard, 20 January 2008. A new report by 50 Kenyan civil society organisations details how the Electoral Commission of Kenya (ECK) bungled the presidential poll.
17 January, 2008
David Robert Lewis, 17 January 2008.
16 January, 2008
Reuters, 16 January 2008.
16 January, 2008
IOL Technology, 16 January 2008. Statistics released by the Online Publishers Association (OPA) recently indicate that Internet usage in South Africa is rapidly increasing.
15 January, 2008
Mail and Guardian, 15 January 2008. Local anti-nuclear activists are infuriated that an international panel listed Valli Moosa, chairperson of the Eskom board and former environment minister, one of “50 people who could save the planet”.
15 January, 2008
The South African, 15 January 2008. An agreement to establish a drug rehabilitation and child care centre in Delft, Cape Town, was signed by Helen Zille and a German non-governmental organisation on Friday.
14 January, 2008
All Africa, 15 January 2007. SOCIAL Action, a Port Harcourt based NGO, has called on the Nigerian government not to sweep under the carpet the recommendations of Ogomudia report on Niger Delta.
14 January, 2008
AllAfrica, 15 January 2008. The UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) has launched a multi-million dollar fund for import-dependent poor countries to help adapt their farming industries quickly to cope with galloping global food prices.
14 January, 2008
IOL, 15 January 2008. Paris-based Reporters Without Borders (RSF), says Somalia is the second most dangerous place for journalists after Iraq, noting that eight journalists were killed there in 2007.
14 January, 2008
ISS, 14 January 2008.

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