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2012-02-24 09:34:37 NISA Tourney Begins Today [Daily Observer] The 9th edition of the National Inter-Departmental Sports Association -NISA- football tournament will begin today with a super cup game between last year's champions and the Gambia Immigration Department. Armed Forces who are also the champions of the regional tournament held in Senegal earlier this year, will clash with the Interior outfit at the KG 5 mini-stadium in Banjul.

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Monday, 10-20-14, 13:54Airtel to Launch Cross-Border Mobile Money Transfer Service[CIO]Bharti Airtel will announce the launch of cross-border mobile money transfers for its customers in Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda later on Friday on the sidelines of the East African Business Summit in Kigali.
Monday, 10-20-14, 13:48HRW Calls On UN to Expand Minurso Mandate to Include Human Rights[SPS]Algiers -The international organization Human Rights Watch (HRW) called on the United Nations to extend the mandate of MINURSO (United Nations Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara) to include humans rights monitoring in occupied Sahrawi territories and Sahrawi refugee camps in Algeria, said HRW's report released Saturday in Algiers.
Monday, 10-20-14, 13:43Joyce Banda Removes Stay Order on Call Logs[Malawi24]Malawi's former president Joyce Banda has finally allowed access to her call logs, an action that was applied for by key suspect- business tycoon Oswald Lutepo, of the cashgate scandal.
Monday, 10-20-14, 13:40Dhlakama Wants to Negotiate a Unity Government[Mozambique Political Process Bulletin]Afonso Dhlakama believes he won the election last Wednesday and is telling diplomats he wants a national unity government. He is calling for negotiations to lead to a unity government which would then totally restructure the state apparatus and security forces to remove Frelimo influence. There would then be new elections in two years.
Monday, 10-20-14, 13:21Film On Sahrawi Refugees' Situation Screened in Brussels[Algerie Presse Service]Brussels -The screening of a film on the situation of the Sahrawi refugees, as part of the Festival of Liberties in Brussels, allowed to raise awareness about the difficult reality and situation in which the Sahrawi people live in the refugee camps and occupied territories, said the Belgian Committee of Support to Sahrawi People.

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