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2012-02-22 10:33:41 Foreign Minister Visits Commonwealth Secretariat [Commonwealth] The Foreign Minister of Angola, Dr Georges Chikoti, visited Marlborough House - the headquarters of the Commonwealth Secretariat in London - on 21 February 2012 to learn about the organisation and explore areas of possible partnership.

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Wednesday, 05-06-15, 15:49Uesario Attends Afrika Kontakt Partners' Seminar in South Africa[SPS] Johannesburg -A delegation of the Saharawi Students Union (UESARIO) takes part at a partnership seminar organized by the Danish ONG "Afrika Kontakt" on financial and administrative management of associations, kicked off Monday in Johannesburg, South Africa, in the presence of civil society organizations from various African countries.
Wednesday, 05-06-15, 15:49Belgium Expresses Will to Convert a Part of Tunisian Debt Into Investments in Border Regions[Tunis Afrique Presse] Carthage -Belgian Vice-Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign and European Affairs Didier Reynders asserted "his country's will to boost co-operation with Tunisia by promoting investments and examining the possibility to convert a part of the Tunisian debt into investments in border regions."
Wednesday, 05-06-15, 15:15Xenophobia - 'This Is a Cruel Country'[The Daily Vox] Thousands of African immigrants, who fled the communities they had lived in following xenophobic attacks in parts of KwaZulu-Natal and Johannesburg, were repatriated last week. Those who chose to remain have taken their chances in returning to the communities where they lost their possessions, homes and businesses. MOSES MATACHE told Qiniso Mbili about his experience as a Malawian residing in South Africa.
Wednesday, 05-06-15, 15:00What Can Be Done About Food and Nutrition Insecurity in the Arab World?[IFPRI] Manama -Child stunting and other indicators underscore serious challenges to food and nutrition security in the region
Wednesday, 05-06-15, 14:16Adebayo Claims Family Mistreats Him[The Star] Togolese football ace Emmanuel Adebayor on Wednesday claimed mistreatment by his family after he started making money from playing professional football.

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