14-Oct-2014 to 18:36

Ebola: Liberia warned against hasty burials

APA-Monrovia (Liberia) — Dr. Frank Mahoney, a medical officer at the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has Liberia against hasty burials of Ebola corpses.

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14-Oct-2014 to 16:43

Flights, minister’s trial dominate Gambian press

APA-Banjul (Gambia) — Gambia Bird Airline company’s clarification of its flight resumption to Ebola-hit Sierra Leone, stories from events marking the 20 year anniversary of President Yahya Jammeh’s ascendancy to power, and continuation of three-count criminal trial against an ex-minister dominate newspapers in Banjul on Tuesday.

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14-Oct-2014 to 16:34

Family-oriented farming global employer - FAO

APA-Dakar (Senegal) — Family-oriented farming generates the most jobs across the planet, according to Dr Vincent Martin, the UN Food and Agriculture Organization representative.

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14-Oct-2014 to 14:50

Liberian transport minister submits to voluntary Ebola quarantine

APA-Monrovia (Liberia) — -Liberia's Minister of Transport, Angela Cassell-Bush, has voluntarily submitted herself to be quarantined following reports of the death of her driver, Nimene Sumo from the Ebola virus.

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14-Oct-2014 to 14:14

UN to discuss revision of its peacekeeping operations

APA-Bamako (Mali) — – The United Nations which is presently facing a resurgence of attacks targeting its peacekeepers has initiated a debate to review the authority and mandate of its peacekeeping missions in Mali, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Syrian Golan.

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14-Oct-2014 to 13:49

Gambia to host international investment forum on tourism - official

APA-Banjul (Gambia) — The Gambia government is to host an international tourism conference dubbed ‘International Tourism Investment Forum’ from on 16th - 18th October, officials said in a press briefing held in Banjul on Monday.

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14-Oct-2014 to 12:06

UN peacekeepers face ‘biggest test’ amid worsening CAR violence - AI

APA- Dakar (Senegal) — The United Nations peacekeeping force in the Central African Republic (CAR) faces its biggest test since being deployed last month, Amnesty International said Tuesday amid reports of armed clashes and sectarian violence in the capital Bangui which resulted in the killing of civilians.

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