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2012-02-27 12:10:47 OFID Loans Govt U.S.$30 Million to Build Dam [Sudan Tribune] Khartoum - The OPEC Fund for International Development (OFID) signed yesterday a loan agreement with Sudan in the amount of $30 million that will be used to build a dam on Atabarah river.

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Monday, 05-25-15, 15:57President of Republic Offers Condolences to Family of French Lawyer Francis Jacob[SPS] Bir Lahlou -President of the Republic, Secretary General, Mr. Mohamed Abdelaziz, sent a letter of condolence to the family of the honorary president of the Association of Friends of the Saharawi people in France, Mr. Francis Jacob, who died recently in French capital Paris.
Monday, 05-25-15, 15:57President of Republic Congratulates President of Guyana On His Election[SPS] Bir Lehlou -President of the Republic, Secretary General of the Polisario Front, Mohamed Abdelaziz, has congratulated the President of the Republic of Guyana, His Excellency David Arthur Granger, on his election, in a letter SPS received a copy of it Saturday.
Monday, 05-25-15, 15:37André Ayew Wins RFI's Prix Marc-Vivien Foe[RFI] André Ayew has been voted the best African footballer in the French first division by a jury of sports journalists at RFI and France 24. The Marseille midfielder accepted the prize just days after announcing that he'd leave Ligue 1.
Monday, 05-25-15, 15:00Genuine Cooperation Core to Success of Ethiopian Public Diplomacy Efforts[Reporter] The Ethiopian Public Diplomacy team made a visit to Khartoum for five days last week. The visit of the delegation was the second one following its visit to Cairo last December 2014.
Monday, 05-25-15, 14:27Africa Day 2015 - Year of Women Empowerment and Development Towards Agenda 2063[Government of Mauritius] Over the years, the condition of women in Africa has certainly improved from what it used to be. Female life expectancy is increasing, more girls are going to school, more women are in paid workforce and many African countries have introduced laws to protect women's rights.

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