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    20-Jun-2018 to 08:20

    Sierra Leone, China sign fishing deal

    APA (Freetown) Sierra Leone — Sierra Leone and Chinese governments have signed a Memorandum of Understanding that will see China increase its fleets of fishing vessels in the waters of the West African country.

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    20-Jun-2018 to 07:59

    Sierra Leone declares measles outbreak

    APA-Freetown (Sierra Leone) — The Sierra Leone government says it has deployed health officials in two districts in its northern flank where it has declared an outbreak of measles.

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    19-Jun-2018 to 16:30

    Sierra Leone: Main opposition leader decries lack of national unity

    APA-Freetown (Sierra Leone) — The defeated candidate of the former ruling All Peoples Congress (APC) in the March presidential election in Sierra Leone, Dr Samura Kamara, has lamented the existence of division caused by the new system of governance.

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    19-Jun-2018 to 16:18

    Agric Power Africa to invest $10bn in Liberia's Agriculture sector

    APA-Monrovia Liberia) — Agric Power Africa has disclosed plans to invest $10 billion in the agriculture sector of Liberia.

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    19-Jun-2018 to 15:59

    Sierra Leone’s small scale farmers get $4m World Bank financing

    APA-Freetown (Sierra Leone) — Nine Sierra Leonean agribusiness enterprises have been awarded grants totaling over US$4million dollars as part of a World Bank initiative aimed at empowering small scale farmers.

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    19-Jun-2018 to 12:18

    Gambia: Police officers arrested over bloody demo

    APA-Banjul (The Gambia) — Three police officers thought to have been involved in the shooting dead of three demonstrators in the Gambian mining town of Faraba Banta have been arrested, according to a statement by the Office of the President on Tuesday.

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    19-Jun-2018 to 11:12

    Sierra Leone defends mass sacking of chiefs

    APA-Freetown (Sierra Leone) — The new government in Sierra Leone has defended the decision to layoff over 40 regent chiefs appointed by its predecessor.

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