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  1. Maxime, Ssentamu defeat KenyansRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | New Vision

    MX 1results: 1. Maxime Van Pee 57 Pts 2. Ivan Guya 52 3 Arthur Blick Jr 47 4. Chris Prinsloo 39 MX2: 1. Ngugi Waweru 60 2. Alestair Blick 51 3. Ahmed Tamale 43 4. Ali Omar 41 MX85cc 1. Fortune Ssentamu 55 2. Wazir Omar 51 3. Ben Nsumba 50 MX65cc 1. Waleed Omar 60 2. Arnold Nyanzi 51 3. Malcom Lubega 45 MX50cc 1. Milton Akaki 57 2. Isabella Blick 54 3. Ryan Aruho 51 Ladies Class: 1. Isabella Blick 60 2. Alescia Van Pee 49 3. Amina Zawedde 47 Despite defeating Kenya national team captain and MX1 champion Ivan Guya during the fifth round of the National Motocross Championship at Victoria Race Way Park Garuga on Sunday, Maxime Van was not happy with the results of the day.

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  2. Al Shandy await KCCA in quarterfinalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | New Vision

    Group B leaders APR of Rwanda will face Khartoum on Tuesday who finished third in Group A after losing to Young Africans 1-0 in their finals Group A game. The second game of the day will be Gor Mahia taking on third best Malakia of South Sudan with their 100percent record from the group stages.

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  3. She Cranes relishing the big stageRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | New Vision

    FROM games that are at times attended by just a handful of people, the She Cranes have been thrust onto the big stage. World Cup matches at Sydney's Allphones Arena will have the Ugandan netballers playing to crowds of up to 18,000.

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  4. Amateurs to face Pros at Uganda OpenRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | New Vision

    WITH the Tusker Malt Uganda Amateur Open out of the way, focus now turns to the Professionals Open which starts with an official practice round on Monday. As the professionals have a feel of the course on Monday and Tuesday in the pro-am, the top ten amateur golfers, majority of whom are national team players are also eagerly waiting to rub shoulders with the professionals starting Wednesday.

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  5. How to bring down a (semi)-dictator: Some lessons for Togoa s oppositionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | The Washington Post

    A man holds a campaign poster of presidential candidate Jean-Pierre Fabre during a campaign rally on March 2, 2010, in Lome. This week, President Obama met with Nigeria's new president, Muhammadu Buhari - and praised the country's commitment to democracy and the nation's first democratic transfer of power since the end of military rule in 1999.

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  6. Sea Piracy and Similar StuffRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 21 | EagleSpeak

    Captured pirates respond to a survey "warships are a primary deterrent" to their going back to their previous field of work, reports DefenceWeb : *** International naval presence was frequently reported as a concern or as making a significant contribution to deterring pirates. The same was true for armed guards aboard vessels, although to a lesser degree than the presence of warships.

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  7. Brakes and hairs from a maiden: The Pteridaceae fern family diversity in TogoRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 15 | EurekAlert!

    A research team from the University of Lome in Togo provide the first local scientific information on Togolese fern flora. They explored the largest family of the lower vascular plants in the country, Pteridaceae , and identified 17 species, including one recorded for the first time in the small African country.

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  8. Young philanthropist rescues the rural poorRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 14 | Ghanamma.com

    The worsening living conditions of some Ghanaians, especially those dwelling in rural communities, have compelled a 28-year-old man to use his little resources to do humanitarian work aimed at putting smiles on the faces of the needy. Over the last few years, Barwuah Yaw, a native of Effiduase, a community in the Ejisu-Juaben Municipality of the Ashanti Region, has been providing hope for the marginalized in the society through donations and message of hope.

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  9. Pope Francis appoints new Bishop for Ho DioceseRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 14 | Ghanamma.com

    The Diocese of Ho has a new bishop. Pope Francis, head of the Roman Catholic Church has named Rev.

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  10. Cameroon advance to play-offsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 8, 2013 | Sky Sports

    Aurelien Chedjou fired Cameroon to a 1-0 win over Libya and into the World Cup qualifying play-off round. Libya would have pipped the Indomitable Lions to top spot in Group I with victory in Yaounde, but Galatasaray defender Chedjou made sure of the hosts' progression with a headed goal in the 42nd minute.

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  11. Manger Tarte au HumbleRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 13 | The Huffington Post

    Recently I spent a weekend in Paris before flying to Togo, where I'll be volunteering at a hospital for a few months. I had a layover in Ethiopia, so I sat on the floor with my laptop and wrote a list of 10 ways to spot an American in Paris, drawn from recent observations.

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  12. Stuck in Guinea for 7 monthsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 11 | The Daily Star

    Twenty-two crew of a Bangladeshi cargo vessel remain stranded in the African country of Guinea for more than seven months, as the authorities there seized the ship upon filing of compensation lawsuits by importers. The stranded crew say they are passing days in hardship due to inadequate supply of food, drinking water, medicine and electricity.

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  13. Ghanaians underrate Bisa KdeiRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | Ghanamma.com

    It is of no doubt that, in a country like Ghana, just anyone can stand up and call himself a musician. This is common not only in Ghana but other countries.

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  14. Four dead in fuel tank explosion at Togo factory: govtRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | The Daily Star

    LOME: Four people were killed when a fuel tank exploded at a cement factory outside Togo's capital, Lome, the country's security minister said Wednesday. "Six workers were carrying out welding work on the roof of the tank when the tragedy happened.

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  15. .com | 4 dead in fuel tank explosion at Togo factory - govtRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | News24

    Four people were killed when a fuel tank exploded at a cement factory outside Togo's capital, Lome, the country's security minister said on Wednesday. "Six workers were carrying out welding work on the roof of the tank when the tragedy happened.

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  16. Ruaha River Power Company Announces Appointment of New DirectorsRead the original story

    Monday Jun 29 | PR Log

    Ruaha River Power Company Limited announced today that Antony Butler and Mike Bess have been appointed to serve on the Company's Board of Directors. Mr. Butler is an Oxford graduate and a Fellow Chartered Accountant.

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  17. Marche des Feticheurs: Hyena heads, snake skins, and love potion -...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 26, 2015 | Mirror.co.uk

    Emanuela Grieco, who took pictures of the market in Lome, Togo, said: "There is even what you have never before like cobras or antelopes heads" If black magic's your thing, you might consider this huge array of monkey heads , antelope skulls, dead birds and baby crocodiles a shopper's paradise. The Marche des Feticheurs in Togo's capital, Lome, is the world's biggest voodoo market, offering a wide array of weird and wonderful products.

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  18. Inside Marche des Feticheurs the black magic market in TogoRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 26, 2015 | Daily Mail

    Terror attack at American-owned factory in France: Decapitated man's head found 'covered in Arabic writing' and hung on a fence next to Islamist flag after terrorists stormed in and set off bombs Miss USA in crisis over Trump racism row: Roselyn Sanchez and co-host quit pageant while Hispanic broadcaster dumps it and NBC distances itself over tycoon's 'insulting' comments about Mexican immigrants Would you get Botox in your SCALP to emulate the Duchess of Cambridge's glossy locks? Surge in women trying quirky treatment for frizz-free hair Fox News fires pill-addicted Bob Beckel and issues scathing statement criticizing him for taking 'tremendous advantage of our generosity' Russia has rehearsed an invasion of SCANDINAVIA which, if carried out, would prevent NATO from reinforcing the Baltic states, claims US security report How the order you eat your food affects your health: Eating ... (more)

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  19. Cameroon: Sonara Trial - Metouck Charged With Embezzling Fcfa 514 MillionRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 24, 2015 | AllAfrica.com

    The trial of the former General Manager of the National Oil Refinery, SONARA, and four others accused of embezzling over FCFA 514 million, began at the Yaounde-based Special Criminal Court, SCC on Wednesday, February 18, 2015. It is presided by the President of the SCC, Mr. Justice Yap Abdou, alongside Justices Louis Claude Nyassa and Nina Galina, with Justices Tagiyin and Adebada as Advocates General.

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  20. Togo ivory boss implicates others in traffickingRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 8, 2013 | KSNT-TV Topeka

    For more than three decades, Emile N'Bouke operated a small, unmarked shop on the corner of a busy street in downtown Lome that received few customers and kept irregular hours. Wood sculptures and iron masks could be seen through the barred storefront window, but activists say N'Bouke's real job was serving as "The Boss" of Togo's ivory trafficking trade.

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