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United Nations News Centre – UN calls Canada’s pullout from drought convention ‘regrettable’

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United Nations News Centre – UN calls Canada’s pullout from drought convention ‘regrettable’.

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Chinese Firm rebuilds major national road in the Republic of Congo

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A man poses with flags of the Republic of Congo and China on Thursday in Brazzaville on the eve of a visit by President Xi Jinping. Junior D Kannah /AFP In the west-central African country of the Republic of Congo, Mayombe is a name that inspires both love and hate in local residents. Mayombe is […]

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Xi hails China-Congo ties as ‘model of cooperation’

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President Xi Jinping is welcomed by Denis Sassou Nguesso, president of the Republic of Congo, at an airport in the country’s capital Brazzaville on Friday. LAUDES MARTIAL MBON / AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE President visits Republic of Congo on the last leg of his African tourPresident Xi Jinping arrived in the Republic of Congo on Friday, making […]

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Election Period in review: March 23-29, 2013

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Cameroon         (Apr 14, 2013) On April 14th 2013, Cameroonian citizens will vote in the country’s           first-ever upper house elections, establishing the country’s first Senate           (Sénat). 70 seats are up for election, and the majority are expected           to be won by the Cameroon People’s Democratic Movement/ Rassemblement           Démocratique du Peuple Camerounais (CPDM/ RDPC), the ruling party. […]

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Election Period in review: March 16-22, 2013

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  Montenegro         (Apr 07, 2013) Montenegrins will head to the polls on April 7, 2013 in the first presidential election since the country entered EU accession talks in June 2012. Incumbent President Filip VUJANOVIC of the Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS) is the likely frontrunner, although former coalition member,  the Social Democratic Party of Montenegro […]

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New regional governments urged to take economic action

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  Ten days of protests in Bulgaria led to the resignation of Prime Minister Boyko Borisov. [AFP] Citizens and analysts want changes and solutions to economic problems from new governments. via New regional governments urged to take economic action (SETimes.com).

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Kosovo, Serbia work towards reconciliation

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Analysts and politicians in Kosovo and Serbia agree on the need for reconciliation. via Kosovo, Serbia work towards reconciliation (SETimes.com).

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Romania and Turkey deepen strategic partnership

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Close political and security co-operation are underpinned by robust trade and investment ties between Romania and Turkey. via Romania and Turkey deepen strategic partnership (SETimes.com).

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New extremist organisations pose a threat

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Legalising new radical Islamic movements politically and socially may reign in their extremist tendencies in the Balkans. [AFP] Analysts said much can be done to prevent extremists\’ growing influence. via New extremist organisations pose a threat (SETimes.com).

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Turkey, Balkans counter fake medicines

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Interpol and 29 of the world’s biggest drug companies plan to work together to control the growing counterfeit drug market. [AFP] Fake and counterfeit medicines pose a threat to public health and safety that officials are trying to clamp down on through tougher domestic controls and international co-operation. via Turkey, Balkans counter fake medicines (SETimes.com).

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