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2012-04-11 13:11:30 Cape Verdea Has Played Relevent Role in Guinean Crisis - Diplomat [ANGOP] Luanda - The ambassador of Cape Verde to Angola, Domingos Mascarenhas, said Tuesday in Luanda that his Government has played a leading role in the crisis in Guinea-Bissau, interacting with all parties concerned.

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Friday, 04-18-14, 21:09'Abduction of School Girls, a Setback for Girl-Child Education'[Vanguard]The Foundation for the Victims of Child Abuse, (VCAF), has warned that the abduction of school girls could discourage parents from embracing girl-child education.
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Friday, 04-18-14, 20:58Tunisian President Slashes Salary By Two-Thirds[Vanguard]Tunisia's President Moncef Marzouki announced on Friday his decision to voluntarily take a two-thirds pay cut as the government grapples with a financial situation it has described as "critical."
Friday, 04-18-14, 20:49Nyaruguru - Genocide Survivors Praised for Recovery Strides[News of Rwanda]Southern Province Governor, Alphonse Munyantwari has praised Genocide survivors in Nyaruguru district for the significant emotional, economic and social progress, 20 years after the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi.

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