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2011-12-19 20:33:56 Govt in Oil Exploration Deal With Total Mauritania has signed an agreement with French oil group Total to explore for oil at sea and to extract any oil discovered, the official Mauritanian information agency reported on Monday.

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Tuesday, 05-26-15, 15:58Rights Group Calls for Release of Former Obiang Associate[EG Justice] The government of Equatorial Guinea should immediately release Mr. Roberto Berardi, a business associate of President Obiang's eldest son and Equatorial Guinea's second vice-president, Teodoro (Teodorín) Nguema Obiang--after he completed an unjust 28-month prison sentence.
Tuesday, 05-26-15, 15:24Africa At Phase of Development Edification - Angolan Diplomat[ANGOP] Luanda -The Angolan ambassador to the Holy See, Armindo do Espírito Santo, said on Monday in Rome (Italy) that Africa is starting the phase of the edification of the development, after achieving the liberation of the continent.
Tuesday, 05-26-15, 15:14Olopeng Urges Youth to Seize Opportunities[Botswana Daily News] Maun -The Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture, Mr Thapelo Olopeng has urged Ngamiland youth to change their mindset and grab every available opportunity to uplift their livelihoods.
Tuesday, 05-26-15, 15:13Egypt Summons Pakistani Diplomat Over Condemnation of Mursi's Sentencing[Aswat Masriya] Cairo -The Egyptian Foreign Ministry summoned the Pakistani charge d'affaires over an official Pakistani statement that showed "considerable concern" over the preliminary death sentence handed to ousted president Mohamed Mursi.
Tuesday, 05-26-15, 15:10Hon. Mbye Describes President Jammeh's Agriculture Tour a Success[Daily Observer] The APRC Desk officer for Central River Region (CRR) and National Assembly member for Upper Saloum, Hon. Sainey Mbye described President Jammeh's agricultural tour as the most successful tour ever conducted by the President in the history of The Gambia.

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