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2012-03-16 11:04:16 Too Early for a Funeral [L'Express] Those who had started writing Navin Ramgoolam's political obituary had better put their pens down. It is far too early.

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Thursday, 03-05-15, 18:07U.S. Will Support New Entrepreneurs in Tunisia and World - Obama[Tunis Afrique Presse] Tunis -US President Barack Obama said in a video message broadcast on the opening of the Investment and Entrepreneurship Conference (IEC) that the US is planning to mobilise, over the next three years, more than One billion dollars in new investment in the next generation of entrepreneurs around the world.
Thursday, 03-05-15, 18:06Caid Essebsi Chairs Meeting of Supreme Council for Armed Forces[Tunis Afrique Presse] Carthage -The Supreme Council for the Armed Forces met, on Thursday at Carthage Palace, under the chairmanship of President Beji Caid Essebsi, Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces who stressed the state's commitment to provide the military institution with needed resources to achieve the desired level of efficiency.
Thursday, 03-05-15, 18:01Egypt Appoints Eight New Cabinet Ministers, Replaces Interior Minister[Aswat Masriya] Cairo -Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi issued on Thursday a decision to reshuffle the cabinet with eight new faces, in a move which replaces Egypt's Interior Minister Mohamed Ibrahim.
Thursday, 03-05-15, 17:59ACC Boss Attends Post-Ebola Renaissance Meeting in UK[Concord] Commissioner of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC), Joseph Fitzgerald Kamara, was part of a high-powered Sierra Leonean delegation that attended a post-Ebola renaissance meeting in the United Kingdom. The meeting, held Tuesday 24th February at the House of Commons in London, was to discuss the way forward for post-Ebola Sierra Leone, and what could be done especially in the energy sector.
Thursday, 03-05-15, 17:58Saharawis Mark 39th Anniversary of Establishment of First Government Today[SPS] Chahid Al Hafed -Thirty nine years pass today, Thursday, since the establishment of the first Saharawi government on 5 March 1976, just five days following the proclamation of the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR).

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