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Jacques Lhuillery

Jacques Lhuillery

    Court reviews DRC vote amid fears of Kabila bias
    Court reviews DRC vote amid fears of Kabila bias
    After incumbent Joseph Kabila was declared the winner of the Democratic Republic of Congo's (DRC)...
    Tunis museum flourishes after Ben Ali fall
    Tunis museum flourishes after Ben Ali fall
    Sitting in his vast office, crammed full of relics and curiosities, museum curator Taher Ghalia has good reason to welcome the downfall of Zine El...
    Nigerian minister calls for ill president to transfer powers
    Nigerian minister calls for ill president to transfer powers
    A Nigerian minister has called on ailing President Umaru Yar'Adua to transfer power, a senior official said on Thursday, in the first sign of a...
    Southern states kick against Nigeria oil sector Bill
    Southern states kick against Nigeria oil sector Bill
    Nigerian President Umaru Yar'Adua, his country hit by an unprecedented fall in crude production after three years of militant attacks, is facing...
    Nigeria struggles as oil output falls
    Nigeria struggles as oil output falls
    Nigeria, the world's eighth largest oil producer, does not know exactly how much of the black gold it churns but one thing is certain -- three...
    Oil giants tremble at Nigeria's oil reforms
    Oil giants tremble at Nigeria's oil reforms
    A proposed law aimed at sweeping reforms of Nigeria's oil sector is almost halfway through the legislative stages of approval but some of its...
    The nightmare of Nigeria's oil-rich delta
    The nightmare of Nigeria's oil-rich delta
    Immensely rich in oil and gas, the Niger Delta is the cornerstone of Nigeria's economy, but the southern region is a nightmare for both the...
    Nigerians await presidential poll court ruling
    Nigerians await presidential poll court ruling
    Nigeria's Supreme Court is expected to decide on Thursday whether to rule invalid the election of President Umaru Yar'Adua, in a case which has...
    Peace plans falter for Nigeria oil region
    Peace plans falter for Nigeria oil region
    With unrest in the Niger Delta cutting into oil output, the Nigerian government has made peace efforts a priority, but has little to show for its...
    Nigeria becomes world piracy hot spot
    Nigeria becomes world piracy hot spot
    Nigeria has become the world piracy "hot spot", with its prized oil industry a particular target, and the raiders have exposed flaws in the...
    Food price crisis under spotlight at UN conference
    Food price crisis under spotlight at UN conference
    More than 3 000 delegates from 193 nations will descend on the Ghana capital, Accra, on Sunday for five days of United Nations talks on...
    Clouds gather over Nigeria's oil industry
    Clouds gather over Nigeria's oil industry
    Despite being the world's eighth petroleum exporter and sitting on huge gas reserves, Nigeria will not have it easy over the next two years,...