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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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Tuesday, 04-22-14, 13:33Burundi Rwanda Meet Over Nyungwe-Kibira[CAJ News]Kigali -BURUNDI and Rwanda delegations have met in the latter to discuss strategies to mitigate trans-boundary threats and roles to manage Nyungwe-Kibira Landscape.
Tuesday, 04-22-14, 13:26Taibah Flips Convention to Embrace All[Observer]When I ask why her school, Taibah International School, is known as a home for stubborn rebellious children, Edna Byenkya replies in a matter-of-fact manner.
Tuesday, 04-22-14, 13:13Jammeh Affirms Food Self-Sufficiency By 2016[Daily Observer]The president of the Republic over the weekend visited numerous rice fields and agricultural projects in the North Bank Region (NBR), using the opportunity to affirm his government's commitment to ensuring that the nation becomes food self-sufficient by 2016.
Tuesday, 04-22-14, 13:11Gambia-Senegal Frontier Closed - Reports[The Point]It has been reported by people in The Gambia, and was reported on Monday afternoon by the BCC African Service quoting sources in Senegal, that The Gambia's borders with Senegal were closed, beginning on Saturday.
Tuesday, 04-22-14, 13:11We Have to Act Now![The Point]The border issue between The Gambia and Senegal is becoming a real problem.

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