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2012-02-28 12:31:43 Stars Plot to Destroy Togo [Nairobi Star] Two days before a crucial African Cup of Nations preliminary round qualifier against Togo, Harambee Stars return to camp with doubts still lingering over whether goalkeeper Arnold Origi will be available for the tie. Despite Football Kenya Federation 9FKF) chairman Sam Nyaweya confirming that the Norway-based keeper will be available, fans will be watching keenly the Stars training today, hoping that indeed the 27-year-old, who had called time on his national career, will be available. "I can confirm that

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Wednesday, 08-20-14, 11:53Chad Makes Progress Through a 'Desert Sandstorm'[allAfrica]On August 1, Chad obtained the approval of the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to institute a three-year program under its Extended Credit Facility for about U.S. $122.4 million, with a first disbursement of about $20.4 million.
Wednesday, 08-20-14, 11:40Calculating What the Future Holds for Africa[Addis Standard]First established as the Institute for Defense Policy in 1991 by its current Executive Director Dr Jakkie Cilliers, the Institute for Security Studies (ISS) is an award winning, leading Pan African policy research institution working to "enhance human security on the continent". ISS is known for its independent and authoritative researches and provides expert policy analysis and advice as well as practical training and technical assistance to governments and organizations across the continent and beyon
Wednesday, 08-20-14, 11:30Presidential Decree Amends Real Estate Tax Law[Egypt Online]President Abdel Fattah El Sisi issued on Tuesday 20/8/2014 a decree no. 117 of 2014 amending some provisions of real state tax law no. 196 of 2008.
Wednesday, 08-20-14, 11:30Egyptian-American Cooperation in Environment, Renewable Energy[Egypt Online]Environment Minister Khaled Fahmy met on Tuesday 20/8/2014 with US Chargé d'Affaires to Egypt David Ranz to discuss prospects of cooperation in the field of ecology and environment protection.
Wednesday, 08-20-14, 11:25For Fear of Ebola, Davido Cancels Cameroon Concert[Cameroun-Info.Net]Nigerian recording artist, performer, and record producer David Adedeji Adeleke, better known by his stage name Davido cancelled his concert in Cameroon a day after the Cameroon government announced closure of their borders and suspension of flights from Ebola-infected nations like Nigeria.

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