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2012-03-16 10:04:29 Ban Appeals for Peaceful, Transparent Presidential Election [UN News] Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today called on all actors in Guinea-Bissau to ensure a peaceful and transparent election as voters go to the polls on Sunday to choose a new president.

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Tuesday, 10-13-15, 15:47Gambia-Senegal Border Issue - Situations Taking New Direction[Daily Observer] The Gambia and Senegal border situation has taken a rather congenial direction with the two countries' Boundary Management Commissions tightly strengthening discussions to identify border limitations.
Tuesday, 10-13-15, 15:33Set Standards for Road Construction[NEWS] Most Liberians Who live outside Monrovia, the nation's capitol, take hours every morning to get to work or town where the seat of government is situated, and where politics and business are discussed. Monrovia, named after the fifth President of the United States, James Monroe, is an old undeveloped city that has been stagnant for several decades, primarily due to years of war, bad governance and misrule.
Tuesday, 10-13-15, 15:29Liberia Meets Guinea-Bissau Today[NEWS] Soccer fans in Liberia are hoping that the national soccer team, Lone Star, will improve on her poor away record in continental football when they engage the 'wide dog s' of Guinea-Bissau in the preliminary rounds of the Russia 2018 FIFA World Cup zoning stage qualifier away from home today.
Tuesday, 10-13-15, 14:56President - Gov't Committed to Provisions of Disaster Risk Reduction Framework[Daily Observer] The President of the Republic, His Excellency Sheikh Professor Alhaji Dr. Yahya AJJ Jammeh Babili Mansa has reaffirmed his government's commitment to the provisions of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction for a strong focus on local communities and indigenous peoples with their traditional knowledge and resources.
Tuesday, 10-13-15, 14:51Diplomatic Strain - Burundi Asks Belgium to Replace Envoy[East African] Burundi has asked its former colonial power Belgium to replace its ambassador because it has lost confidence in him, a senior official said on Monday.

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