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Friday, 19 April 2013

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Malawi, US to hold joint military exercise, not 'linked to lake dispute' with ...
The Maravi Post
LILONGWE (Mana) -- The Malawi Defense Force (MDF) and the US Military will from May 1-17 conduct a joint military training exercise, codenamed EPIC GUARDIAN 13. The exercise is a regularly scheduled training that the US Government facilitates on the ...
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The Maravi Post
Chiefs attack Malawi Police: Declare 'catch scorch crusade' in Ndirande
Nyasa Times
Honeymoon for Malawian criminals, particularly those 'plying their trade' in Blantyre city's populous township, Ndirande, appear to be over. At least if what some traditional leaders in the area have declared is anything to go by. Ndirande is Malawi's ...
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Nyasa Times
Peter Mutharika: 'Intellectual crisis' preventing Malawi from developing like ...
The Maravi Post
BLANTYRE (MaraPost) -- Newly elected President the former ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Peter Mutharika says Malawians don't believe the country is capable of developing like Britain and China. Malawi has what he calls "intellectual crisis" ...
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The Maravi Post
Malawi Sees Maize Surplus This Year: Minister
Sudan Vision
Lilongwe - Malawi expects its maize surplus to increase by nearly 50 percent this season, the minister of agriculture said on Tuesday, a rare economic bright spot for the impoverished southern African nation. Malawi expects a surplus of 740,000 metric ...
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Sudan Vision
Airtel Malawi runs football scouting programme
Telecompaper (subscription)
Airtel Malawi said it is running a soccer scouting programme to identify and nurture budding football talent. The programme is called Airtel Rising Stars and will be supported in Malawi by Manchester United men's football team from England. Airtel ...
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MEDRETE 13-2 helps African doctors train the trainer - U.S. Army Africa
United States Army Africa
To date, there have been more than 800 cases of cataracts cured in countries including Malawi, Zanzibar and Burkina Faso. The latest exercise has U.S. ophthalmologists traveling to Mauritania to conduct cataract surgery from March 25 through April 5 ...
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