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  1. Agribusiness academy to boost food security by helping businessesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | IPPMEDIA

    Tanzania Chapter of the Africa Agribusiness Academy has affirmed its commitment and effort to stimulate entrepreneurship to increase food security in the country and the continent at large. Speaking during AAA annual general meeting convened on Wednesday in Dar es Salaam the AAA Country Chairman, Sanford Kombe, said as an entrepreneur network seeking to foster innovation and growth of small and medium scale agribusiness firms in Africa, their ultimate aim is to contribute to economic growth and improvement of rural income and food security in Africa.

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  2. Six police officers plan to climb Africa's highest mountainRead the original story

    Yesterday | Iom Online

    A team of six Manx police officers plan to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania - Africa's highest point at 5,895 metres - during a 10-day expedition in September. Carl Woods, David Baker, Kelly Wilkinson, Darren Gorry, Graham Corran and Quentin De Backer are undertaking the challenge to raise funds for Manx Miracles and Tabitha's Trust.

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  3. High blood pressure affecting younger TanzaniansRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | IPPMEDIA

    There are increasingly younger Tanzanians being diagnosed with high blood pressure because of the unhealthy lifestyles they lead, medical experts have warned. The warning was issued over the weekend on the eve of the World Hypertension day by Dr Nasiruddin Jamal, Intervention Cardiologist and Director of the Cardiology Programme at Aga Khan Hospital in Dar es Salaam.

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  4. EU to inject euros 10 million for promoting Tanzania's heritagesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | IPPMEDIA

    The European Union has pledged to pump in euros10m for the development and promotion of Tanzania's culture, arts and traditional heritages, an EU official said on Sunday. Alexa du Plessis, Programme Officer at European Commission in Tanzania, disclosed this when speaking at the official launch of a state-of-the-art Cultural Arts Centre at the Tumaini University Makumira in Arusha.

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  5. SC Villa to play Young African in friendly matchRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | New Vision

    By Shafik Ssenoga Tanzanian Vodacom league gaints Young African have invited SC Villa for a friendly match later next month. "Young African football club of Tanzania has invited SC Villa for series of friendlies in Mwanza on June 26-28.

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  6. Mozambique President starts three-day visitRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | IPPMEDIA

    Mozambique President Filipe Jacinto Nyusi arrived in the country yesterday for a three-day state visit at the invitation of his Tanzanian counterpart, Dr Jakaya Kikwete. Kikwete welcomed him at Julius Nyerere International Airport where he inspected a guard of honour and 21 gun salutes.

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  7. Silicon Valley Family Moves 10,000 Miles, Launches...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | PRWeb

    A Silicon Valley family traveled to Moshi, Tanzania in January for six-months to study abroad, learn Swahili, and to fulfill their desire to find a project that could benefit the local community. Five months and five projects later, their enthusiasm keeps growing.

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  8. Tanzania: Tabora Future Set to Brighten as Air Services ResumeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 17 | AllAfrica.com

    The local airline resumption of their services last Friday after major repairs of the airport, is expected to open up the region and unlock trade and investment opportunities in the region to local and foreign investors. "The flight is most welcome as it will welcome the region and the rest of the country and the world," the Tabora Urban District Commissioner, Suleiman Kumchaya, said at a short ceremony at the refurbished airport after the PW airline touched down, being six years after it had suspended its flights to the region due to poor state of the airport.

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  9. Businessmen worth combined total of A 415 million listed in top 51 wealthiest Asians in the MidlandsRead the original story

    Friday May 15 | Northampton Today

    Two entrepreneurs with Northampton-based businesses and with a combined net worth of 415 million have featured in the list of the 51 wealthiest Asians in the Midlands. The report, released later on Friday, shows Anil Aggarwal, of Barkers Shoes, and Nadir Lalani, of 99p Stores, both perform strongly.

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  10. Daily Press Briefing: BurundiRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | State Department

    MR RATHKE: Mm-hmm. So let me on the specific question, I'll come to that, and may just make a couple of general points about the situation in Burundi.

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  11. Attention, globe trotters: Five months left to submit photos for the - It's Read Everywhere' contestRead the original story

    Wednesday May 6 | YourObserver

    What a ride the last seven months have been. Last fall we asked you to take us along on your travels for our 2015 "It's Read Everywhere" contest, sponsored by Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport.

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  12. East Africa: Top U.S. Diplomat Heads for Talks on Burundi CrisisRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | AllAfrica.com

    Assistant Secretary for African Affairs Linda Thomas-Greenfield is traveling to Tanzania, May 11-14, for the East African Community emergency ministerial on the situation in Burundi.

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  13. EAC ministers to submit report on Burundi crisisRead the original story

    Tuesday May 12 | Daily Monitor

    KAMPALA: East African Community foreign affairs ministers will on Wednesday submit a report on the current political crisis in Burundi to their respective heads. The heads of state are expected to meet later in the day in Tanzania.

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  14. JK wants all Tanzanian embassies to have education attachesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | IPPMEDIA

    President Jakaya Kikwete, who is Algeria for a three-day working tour, holds talks with Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika at State House in Algiers on Sunday. President Jakaya Kikwete has directed the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation to post education attachs to all countries where Tanzania has embassies.

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  15. S. Korea, Tanzania in talks to open embassy in SeoulRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | Korea Herald

    South Korea and Tanzania held talks Tuesday on opening a Tanzanian embassy in Seoul and other ways to enhance bilateral ties, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said. The two countries established diplomatic relations in 1992, but the African nation has yet to open an embassy in South Korea due to budgetary constraints, a ministry official said.

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  16. Africa: Assistant Secretary Linda Thomas-Greenfield to Attend EAC Meeting on BurundiRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | State Department

    Assistant Secretary for African Affairs Linda Thomas-Greenfield is traveling to Tanzania, May 1114, for the East African Community emergency ministerial on the situation in Burundi. The United States commends the EAC for its leadership and engagement on Burundi.

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  17. Special Report: Operation Sahayogi Haat - Disaster Relief: Nepal EarthquakeRead the original story

    Monday May 11 | Official Wire News

    WASHINGTON, May 11, 2015 - The U.S. military is providing humanitarian assistance and disaster relief to support the Nepalese government and armed forces, following a magnitude-7.8 earthquake, April 25, 2015. Learn more in the Defense.gov special report, Operation Sahayogi Haat - Disaster Relief: Nepal Earthquake: The U.S. Department of State is pleased to announce the 2015 winners of the Alumni Engagement Innovation Fund .

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  18. CV-22 Osprey Squadron Headed for JapanRead the original story

    Monday May 11 | Official Wire News

    The Department of Defense announced plans to station a special operations squadron of CV-22 Osprey aircraft at Yokota Air Base, Japan, according to a DoD news release issued today. The first three aircraft will arrive in the second half of 2017 with an additional seven aircraft scheduled to arrive by 2021, the release said.

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  19. Africa: Hashim Mbita Hero of Liberation in AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | AllAfrica.com

    Hashim Mbita stood tall as a hero of the liberation struggle in Africa, and he was widely respected for his principles and dedication. He died in Dar es Salaam, age 81, on Union Day, 26 April, the date that Tanganyika and Zanzibar were united in 1964 to create the United Republic of Tanzania.

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  20. In the Loop: Watch for agency officials jet-setting before Obama White House packs upRead the original story

    Thursday May 7 | Washington Post

    It's just 18 months before the next presidential election, and Loop Fans know what that means: It's the beginning of the period when hitherto remiss top government officials hustle off to those fab spots - domestic and especially foreign - they somehow neglected thus far because of other pressing business. So, for example, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe, an expert on wildlife conservation, may be headed to Africa this month to finally look at some government projects in Gabon and east Africa and to meet with African leaders on wildlife trafficking issues.

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