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2012-02-15 14:01:59 UN Coordinating Refugee Relocation [UN News] The United Nations said today it is working with Niger, Burkina Faso and Mauritania to relocate refugees fleeing renewed fighting in Mali to safer locations away from the border areas, as thousands continue to arrive on a daily basis.

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Saturday, 03-28-15, 10:43Zambia Side Snatches Akwa Star[Independent (Lagos)] Six-time Zambian champions, ZANACO, has snatched former Akwa United striker, Utibe Archibong, to boost its strike force in the Zambian League having successfully completed all due process.
Saturday, 03-28-15, 10:29Somalia Wall Plan Goes On[The Star] DEFENCE Cabinet Secretary Raychelle Omamo yesterday said plans to construct a wall between Kenya and Somali will go on despite resistance from Somali.
Saturday, 03-28-15, 10:16Huíla - Veterinary Recommends Animal Disease Combat[ANGOP] Lubango -The export of beef and other derivatives requires the combat of the main diseases that affect the cattle in the region.
Saturday, 03-28-15, 10:08Football - National Team Lose First Friendly Match[ANGOP] Luanda -Angola's national team of football lost to Cote dIvoire 0-2 on Thursday in Abidjan, in a friendly match for the first FIFA date encounter.
Saturday, 03-28-15, 9:22Isie Receives Report of Gender Concerns International Organisation[Tunis Afrique Presse] Tunis -President of the Independent Higher Authority for the Election (ISIE) Chafik Sarsar received, Friday, from Director of the Gender concerns international organisation Sabra Bano, the report of this NGO titled "Focus gender on observation of elections Tunisia 2014".

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