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2012-02-27 11:35:59 GAA Categorically Deny Salim Drammeh's Snub Claims [Foroyaa] The uncapped sprinter claimed in our 25th Foroyaa edition that he had been purposely left out for national duty by the GAA despite repeated effort to draw its attention to his wish to serve the Gambia. Drammeh also alleged writing to the Gambia National Olympic Committee body over a possible call-in to the country's runners' team without response.

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Thursday, 10-23-14, 13:52Samsung Donates 3,000 Smartphones for Ebola Fight[Capital FM]Nairobi -Samsung Electronics Company Ltd has announced that the company - through its global headquarters in Seoul, Korea - will donate 3,000 smartphones, worth about $1 million to support the ongoing fight against Ebola.
Thursday, 10-23-14, 13:44Windiga Energy Gets Green Light for the Construction of a 20-MW Solar Power Plant in Burkina Faso[PR Newswire]Montreal -Signs Agreements with the National Power Utilities of Mauritania and Ghana
Thursday, 10-23-14, 13:13Girls Embrace Technology for Change[RNW Africa]The digital age is dawning for young Zimbabwean girls and women as they develop new forms of technology that will improve their lives and communities.
Thursday, 10-23-14, 13:12UN Secretary General's Humanitarian Envoy and UN High Commissioner for Refugees Praise Sudan for Generously Welcoming South Sudanese Refugees[UNHCR]Khartoum -United Nations Secretary-General's Humanitarian Envoy Abdullah al Matouq and UN High Commissioner for Refugees António Guterres returned yesterday from a visit to Sudan's White Nile State, where more than 50,000 South Sudanese refugees currently reside in 4 sites. They visited the Joda border crossing through which the majority of the South Sudanese refugees have arrived in White Nile State and went to Al Alagaya refugee site, which hosts over 8,000 refugees. There they saw firsthand the living cond
Thursday, 10-23-14, 12:58USAID Livestock Program Helps Empower Ethiopian Women[State Department]Washington, DC -As part of the U.S. government's Feed the Future initiative, the U.S. Agency for International Development Agricultural Growth Program-Livestock Market Development project seeks to improve nutrition and boost incomes through training and investments in commodities like dairy, meat, and live animals.

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