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2012-02-29 05:38:05 Chamber of Commerce Signed Accords With Several Countries [ANGOP] Luanda - At least 15 countries and 26 institutions from all continents signed agreements on trade and industrial cooperation with the Angolan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIA), since its establishment on 3 November in 1988.

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Friday, 01-30-15, 13:53Two Indian Fishing Vessels Intercepted By Seychelles Coast Guard[Seychelles News Agency]Victoria -The Seychelles Coast Guard (SCG) has intercepted two Indian-flagged fishing vessels suspected of conducting unlicensed fishing activities within Seychelles waters.
Friday, 01-30-15, 13:49Angola/UN - Government Reaffirms Diversification of Economy[ANGOP]New York -Angolan Government Thursday at the United Nations in New York reaffirmed its commitment to the diversification of the country's economy, seeking to reduce its dependence on the oil revenues.
Friday, 01-30-15, 13:43Floods Hit Hundreds of Thousands in Southern Africa - Women and Girls Most Vulnerable[UNFPA]Widespread flooding has affected hundreds of thousands of people across Southern Africa. Torrential rainfall and the overflowing Zambezi River have destroyed crops, infrastructure and thousands of homes in Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe, the worst-hit countries. Hundreds are dead or missing.
Friday, 01-30-15, 13:10Rights Commissioner Disregards Violent Acts By Terrorist MB in Egypt[Egypt Online]The Arab Republic of Egypt is expressing its astonishment at a statement issued by the High Commissioner for Human Rights. The statement addressed in an incomplete manner the events that took place in Egypt on January 25, 2015 and included demands that were met through the measures adopted by the Egyptian government and the measures of the judicial investigation. The commissioner was supposed to be aware of all these measures given the high potentials they enjoy.
Friday, 01-30-15, 13:05PM Arrives in Addis Ababa to Represent President Mohamed Abdelaziz At AU Summit[SPS]Addis Ababa -Prime Minister, Mr. Abdelkader taleb Omar, arrived Thursday morning in Addis Ababa, capital of Ethiopia, to represent the President of the Republic and Secretary General of the Polisario Front, Mr. Mohamed Abdelaziz, at the 24th ordinary session of Heads of State and Government of the African Union, to be held on 30- 31 January 2015.

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