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2012-03-13 11:09:22 Insecurity At Yenga - Guinean Soldiers Threaten Local Police [Concord] Commanding Officer of the Sierra Leone police unit at Pengu Bengu in the Kailahun district has been issued with an ultimatum by the Guinean forces occupying the town of Yenga to present to them journalists he had allowed to enter the area and took photographs of their military facilities or risked being arrested for what they referred to as "breaching our security rules".

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Friday, 10-24-14, 13:58Real De Banjul's Famara Jarju Sets for Italy Trials[Daily Observer]Gambian champions Real de Banjul have announced its talented attacking midfielder Famara Jarju will leave the country today for Italy where he will undergo trials with third tier side U.S. Cremonese.
Friday, 10-24-14, 13:57New Chinese Consular Services Building Inaugurated[Government of Mauritius]The new Consular Services Building of the Embassy of the People's Republic of China was inaugurated by the Chinese Ambassador to Mauritius, Mr Li Li, this morning in Belle Rose. The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Regional Integration and International Trade, Dr Arvin Boolell, was present on that occasion.
Friday, 10-24-14, 13:45Rwandan Parliament Calls for BBC to Be Banned[RSF]The Rwandan parliament passed a resolution on 22 October calling on the government to ban the BBC and bring "genocide denial" charges against the presenter and producer of a controversial TV documentary about the 1994 Rwandan genocide that the BBC broadcast in early October.
Friday, 10-24-14, 13:39Malawi Down With 11 Steps on Latest Fifa Ranking[Malawi24]It never rains but pours for Malawi nation football team as they have moved with 11 steps in the latest FIFA ranking released by the World Football governing body on Thursday.
Friday, 10-24-14, 13:17Peaceful Environment Vital for Lesotho Polls[]A peaceful, stable and secure environment is critical to the holding of successful elections in Lesotho next year, Southern African Development Community (SADC) facilitator Cyril Ramaphosa said on Thursday.

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