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    31-Oct-2014 to 05:25

    Rwanda: Mountain gorillas go on the rampage

    APA – Arusha (Tanzania) — Eight mountain gorillas that escaped from their sanctuary in Volcanoes National Park, in northern Rwanda had gone on the rampage invading farms and houses, APA can confirm.

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    30-Oct-2014 to 10:53

    Mozambique, foundations sign wildlife deal

    APA-Maputo (Mozambique) — The Mozambican government has signed an agreement with the Joaquim Chissano Foundation and the Peace Parks Foundation to fight wildlife crime, state media reported Thursday.

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    27-Oct-2014 to 18:58

    Cairo, Juba discuss water agreement

    APA- Juba (South Sudan) — Egypt and South Sudan have held talks over a possible water cooperation agreement between the two countries, official sources in Juba disclosed Monday.

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    23-Oct-2014 to 06:05

    Media has important role in weather information – Muluzi

    APA-Lilongwe (Malawi) — Malawi’s Natural Resources Minister Atupele Muluzi said Wednesday that the media has an important role to help disseminate information on weather, climate and climate change in the country.

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    21-Oct-2014 to 10:47

    Japan supports Malawi\'s water management programme

    APA-Lilongwe (Malawi) — The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has provided US$3 million to be used for the implementation of Malawi\'s National Water Resources Master Plan.

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    20-Oct-2014 to 19:30

    Gambia to review environmental protection plans

    APA-Banjul (Gambia) — The Gambia government through the National Environment Agency (NEA), has revealed plans to review and upgrade its national implementation of the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs).

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    19-Oct-2014 to 11:20

    Access to sanitation in Nigeria stands at 41% - official

    APA – Lagos (Nigeria) — The Director, Water Quality Control and Sanitation of Nigeria’s Ministry of Water Resources, Mr. Samuel Ome, says that basic access to sanitation in Nigeria still stands at 41 percent coverage.

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