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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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Friday, 03-27-15, 15:24Achieving the Demographic Dividend - a Window of Opportunity for Climate Resilient Growth[Ethiopian Herald] Ethiopia has a highly variable climate and vulnerable to climate change. It has been deemed a population-climate hot-spot- a place where rapid growth and a changing climate pose grave threats to food security and human well-being.
Friday, 03-27-15, 15:19Goldmine Workers At Bulyanhulu Recognised for Commitment, Loyalty[Daily News] Mwanza -HE is one of the most respected Tanzanians working with one of the mining companies operating in the country, after a mandatory retirement age of 60 years in 2010.
Friday, 03-27-15, 15:15Swip, Peace Corps, Warehouse Collaborates On Benefit Concert[New Era] Strong Women in Progress (SWIP), a girls club, in collaboration with the United States (US) Peace Corps, Sister Namibia magazine and Warehouse Theatre present the Moving Minds benefits concert tomorrow at Warehouse Theatre.
Friday, 03-27-15, 15:07Mahama Strikes Deal[Ghanaian Chronicle] Chairman of ECOWAS, President John Dramani Mahama is calling for the compilation of a new voters register for Togo, after opposition political parties raised issues concerning the current roll, which they claim is "unfit" for use in the April 15, 2015 presidential election .
Friday, 03-27-15, 15:02SAIIA Submission to Inquiry On Rhino Horn Trade[SAIIA] South Africa is facing a rhino poaching crisis. One of the proposed policy mechanisms to address rhino poaching was the establishment of a Committee of Inquiry to deliberate on matters relating to a possible trade of Rhino Horn.

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