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Japan Steps up Support to Fight Hunger and Boost Nutrition in Africa

WFP is grateful for Japan’s strong commitment to investing in food and nutrition security The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) today welcomed a US$21.6 million cash contribution from the Government of Japan to provide vital food and nutrition assistance to the most vulnerable people in 11 countries, with 90 …

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Ambassador of Belarus D.Kuptel holds meeting at the MFA of Ethiopia

On September 9, 2016 the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Belarus to the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, Dmitry Kuptel, met with the Director-General for European Affairs of the MFA of Ethiopia, Kassa Gebreyohannes G/Michael On September 9, 2016 the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic …

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Foreign Minister Steinmeier and Defence Minister von der Leyen on the destruction of the remnant precursors of Libya’s chemical weapons programme in Germany

Over the coming months, 500 tonnes of toxic dual-use chemicals will be destroyed and disposed of in an environmentally safe manner in Germany Germany is helping to destroy the last stockpiles of chemicals from Libya’s chemical weapons programme. The chemicals will be destroyed in Munster in the coming months. Foreign …

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Independent Special Investigation Team arrives in Juba to commence work on July Incidents

The team, which is led by Major General (ret) Patrick Cammaert, will review reports of incidents of attacks on civilians and cases of sexual violence that occurred within or in the vicinity of the UN House Protection of Civilians (PoC) sites in Juba The Independent Special Investigation team, announced by …

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Finland supports elimination of Libya’s remaining chemical weapon precursors

The task has been prepared during the summer in the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) In the spring of 2016, Libya requested support from the international community in removing the remaining chemical weapon precursors from the country. The task has been prepared during the summer in the …

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Angolan Chevening Scholars Reception in Luanda

Angolan Scholars with leadership qualities undertake postgraduate study in UK universities British Ambassador John Dennis spoke to Angolan Chevening Scholars at the British Embassy Luanda on 8 September. In his speech he stated that Chevening is the UK government’s international scholarship scheme, which enables students with leadership qualities from 144 countries …

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Oracle Continues to Drive Cloud Adoption in Africa

Africa Executive Summit’ hosted in Mauritius to drive awareness and highlight the impact of Oracle Cloud Solutions for business growth Exchange of best practices and gaining expert insights from top cloud strategists was the key focus for Oracle (Oracle.com) customers who took part in Oracle’s two day long ‘Africa Executive Summit’ …

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African Leaders urge to invest more in Agriculture

The panelists discussed ways to transform agriculture in Africa and covered a myriad of topics including technology advancement for farmers, empowering women and youth H.E. Tumusiime Rhoda Peace, AUC Commissioner for Rural Economy and Agriculture, yesterday joined Kenyan President H.E. Uhuru Kenyatta and President of Rwanda, H.E. Paul Kagame at …

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British High Commission sends off 17 future leaders of Zambia

More Zambians to join an influential network of people who have already studied in the UK Seventeen (17) young Zambians from diverse professional backgrounds will be pursuing one-year master’s degree programmes in the UK for the 2016/17 academic year under the prestigious Chevening scholarship programme. Hosting the send-off ceremony at …

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