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‘Africa Rising’ has become a term synonymous with the rapid growth being witnessed across Africa, a continent often referred to in the not too distant past as the ‘Dark Continent’. Whereas parts of the continent are indeed ‘rising’, there is no denying the fact that recent events like the unrest in South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo as well as the bombardments by al-Shabab in Somalia cast doubts over the amount of progress being made. Chairperson of the African Union Commission, Moussa Faki Mahamat however believes Africa will continue to experience growth in spite of the challenges it faces. displayAdvert("mpu_3") “With an average growth rate of 5% over the last 15 years, with six countries among the top 10 in the world’s most dynamic economies, it is clear that Africa is one of the regions of the world where growth is definitely fastest but where challenges remain in reaping the full benefits of its human and natural resources,” Mahamat said in a statement to commemorate Africa Day on Thursday. He thus wants Africans to do away with the notion that the continent is disadvantaged. Africa’s population surpassed 1.2 billion this month, a figure which represents just under 17% of the" />
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The 20-year-old man investigators believe may have been plotting a violent attack had more guns than police realized. Kidus Yohannes was arrested for buying guns illegally. Now police are trying to piece together what he planned to do with them Kidus Yohannes had only lived in the house in which he was arrested for a month. In that time, his roommates grew increasingly concerned with his behavior. Javier, one of Yohannes' roommates, says he was "too quiet, which made us really uneasy." Roommates of Kidus Yohannes were bothered by his silence and shocked by his claims that he would kill a police officer. They noticed he began parking his car farther and farther away. Lt. Doug Edwards with the Orem Police Dept. says, "They thought there must be something in that car he doesn't want people to find." Police hoped that inside the car they'd find two AK-47 assault rifles that Yohannes had recently bought. Instead, the search turned up another mystery. Edwards explains, "The rifle we did find was a Russian-made bolt action rifle with a scope. We didn't know about that." Investigators admit Yohannes may have more guns they weren't aware of, and they still can't find the two AK-47s. They're now checking pawn shops, and Yohannes isn't talking. Edwards says, "He's invoked his right to remain silent, so we've basically gotten no help from him finding the rifles." On paper, Yohannes had few problems. He's a lawful permanent resident of the U.S. who presented what appeared to be the proper information when applying to buy the guns. He's also at student at UVSC. Val Peterson, president of administration and external affairs at UVSC, says "We had no issues with him. He was a student in good status as far as that's concerned." Right now Yohannes' bail is set at $250,000. Police say he doesn't have a job, and they don't expect him to make bail. They hope that extra time will help them find the missing guns. Ethiopia - Utah Valley State College (UVSC) Student Arrested For Buying Guns Illegally KUTV- A UVSC student described as "unstable" by his roommates was arrested for trying to buy guns illegally. Utah County authorities say Kidus Yohannes is an international student visiting from Ethiopia.

‘Africa Rising’ has become a term synonymous with the rapid growth being witnessed across Africa, a continent often referred to in the not too distant past as the ‘Dark Continent’. Whereas parts of the continent are indeed ‘rising’, there is no denying the fact that recent events like the unrest in South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo as well as the bombardments by al-Shabab in Somalia cast doubts over the amount of progress being made. Chairperson of the African Union Commission, Moussa Faki Mahamat however believes Africa will continue to experience growth in spite of the challenges it faces. displayAdvert("mpu_3") “With an average growth rate of 5% over the last 15 years, with six countries among the top 10 in the world’s most dynamic economies, it is clear that Africa is one of the regions of the world where growth is definitely fastest but where challenges remain in reaping the full benefits of its human and natural resources,” Mahamat said in a statement to commemorate Africa Day on Thursday. He thus wants Africans to do away with the notion that the continent is disadvantaged. Africa’s population surpassed 1.2 billion this month, a figure which represents just under 17% of the
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