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2012-02-27 11:55:00 Foreign-Based Players Expected This Week for Algeria [Foroyaa] An influx of foreign-based players are expected this week to join training for the Nations Cup qualifier game against Algeria.

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Sunday, 08-30-15, 11:10Dear Western Kenya, It Is Time to Quit Sugar for Other Ventures[Nation] Uganda cannot be stopped from selling its sugar to Kenya because the EAC is legally a single market courtesy of the Common Market Protocol of November 2009. Local cane farmers may have to look for alternatives to safeguard their livelihoods, writes DAVID NDII
Sunday, 08-30-15, 11:05All the Best, Team Kenya[Nation] The African Games get under way in Brazzaville, Congo, next Friday, just days after the conclusion of the World Championships in Athletics in Beijing, China.
Sunday, 08-30-15, 10:48Pending Laws Should Get Priority in House[Nation] The country marked the fifth anniversary of the Constitution this week against a backdrop of mixed fortunes. Whereas much has changed since the ratification of the new law in 2010, many challenges abound.
Sunday, 08-30-15, 10:42Two Killed in Clashes With Security Forces in Fayoum - State Agency[Aswat Masriya] Cairo -Two people were killed in clashes with security forces in Fayoum south west of Cairo on Friday, a security source told the state news agency MENA.
Sunday, 08-30-15, 10:37Ndamukunda and Ntagengwa Out of the Indoor Volleyball Squad[Focus] National volleyball players, Flavien Ndamukunda and Olivier Ntagengwa, may miss out of national indoor volleyball squad for the All Africa Games scheduled for September 4-19 in Congo Brazzaville.

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