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Fredrick Nzwili



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  1. Nobel Prize: Nomadic priest that migrants call for help
  2. Any visitor will soon hear the local catchphrase ‘Hakuna Matata’ (No problems here). But bishops, government and NGOs are highlighting a very big problem
  3. Grief and suffering in the once beautiful and great multicultural city of Wau
  4. Church agencies forced to pull out of South Sudan
  5. Kenyan bishops to confront Obama on gay issues
  6. Short shrift for Obama’s gay rights call from Kenya's bishops after visit
  7. Kenyan bishop urges Pope to address 'death traps of radicalisation'
  8. Eruption of violence puts Pope's Africa visit in doubt
  9. Senior Catholic bishop issues stark warning over Islamic terror group in Somalia
  10. Senior cleric dodges assassin before Mass
  11. Pledge to rebuild churches destroyed by Boko Haram
  12. Bishop’s plea to keep camp open
  13. Obama to be confronted on gay issues
  14. Obama’s gay-rights call gets short shrift
  15. Hopes that Africa visit will bring healing
  16. Welcome for initiative allowing priests to absolve sin of abortion
  17. Bishops hold back from endorsing Catholic front-runner
  18. Mass killings feared as government cracks down
  19. Al-Shabaab‘still bent on slaughter’
  20. Curb on foreign workers puts lives at risk
  21. Famine threatens east and central Africa
  22. Mother of martyred nun ‘at peace’
  23. No justice for victims of election violence, say Catholic bishops after collapse of trial
  24. Sudanese cast ballot in crucial referendum for future of war-torn Darfur
  25. Slovakian missionary sister shot in South Sudan
  26. South Sudan: Missionary sister dies from wounds
  27. UN urges religious freedom in Eritrea as government cracks down on faithful
  28. South Sudanese bishops reject violence, as the country takes steps to recover from a bloody conflict
  29. Church leaders appeal for calm as South Sudan erupts in violence
  30. Catholic church built in Somaliland
  31. Alarm over state of emergency
  32. Cardinal welcomes the release of 21 Chibok girls
  33. Kenyan bishops implore doctors to end strike action
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