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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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Tuesday, 10-21-14, 13:49Pistorius Taken to Prison[SAPA]Pretoria -Oscar Pistorius looked like he was about to cry as he made his way down to the holding cells below the High Court in Pretoria on Tuesday, after being sentenced to five years behind bars.
Tuesday, 10-21-14, 13:48Deputy President Concludes Visit to Lesotho[SAnews.gov.za]Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa on Monday concluded his SADC facilitation visit to Lesotho.
Tuesday, 10-21-14, 13:39Strengthening School Feeding in West Africa[WFP]In late September, the Ministers of Education in West and Central Africa held a side mini-summit on school feeding during the sixteenth session of the World Forum for Children and Nutrition in Johannesburg.
Tuesday, 10-21-14, 13:34SADC Mediator Arrives in Lesotho[CAJ News]Johannesburg -SOUTH Africa Deputy President, Cyril Ramaphosa, is in Lesotho to help resolve the political problems in the country.
Tuesday, 10-21-14, 13:02President Bouteflika Gave Instructions to Attach Special Attention to Border Regions, Says Sellal[Algerie Presse Service]IN GUEZZAM (Tamanrasset)- Prime Minister Abdelmalek Sellal said Monday in In Guezzam, Tamanrasset (1970-km south of Algiers), that President of the Republic Abdelaziz Bouteflika had given instructions to attach a special attention to the country's border regions.

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