05-Jun-2015 to 20:37

Congo launches vaccination campaign against polio

APA-Brazzaville (Congo) — Congo’s Ministry of Health has launched a nationwide vaccination campaign against polio, coupled with an implementation of vitamin A, the department announced in a statement.

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09-May-2015 to 15:49

I/Coast’s university lectures vow to continue strike

APA-Abidjan (Cote d'Ivoire) — Ivory Coast’s university lecturers would continue their strike until their demands is met, the National Coordination of Lecturers and Researchers (CNEC) announced on Saturday after its extraordinary general assembly.

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08-May-2015 to 09:26

World Bank managing director to visit DRC

APA-Kinshasa-(DR Congo) — World Bank’s Managing Director, Ms. Sri Mulyani Indrawati, will travel to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) from May 10 to 12, 2015, the Washington-based lender said in a statement on Friday.

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29-Apr-2015 to 15:59

Five-ton ivory stockpile incinerated in Brazzaville

APA-Brazzaville (Congo) — Congolese president Denis Sassou Nguesso and his Chadian counterpart Idriss Deby Itno on Wednesday witnessed the burning in Brazzaville of five tons of ivory stockpile seized from poachers.

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02-Apr-2015 to 13:52

Angola, Congo agree to lift visas requirements for diplomatic passports holders

APA-Brazzaville (Congo) – — The Republic of Congo and Angola have decided to lift visa requirements for their mutual citizens holding diplomatic and service passports, APA learns here Thursday.

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04-Mar-2015 to 10:31

EAC admonishes CEMAC states to accelerate regional integration process

APA-Brazzaville (Congo)- — Countries of the Central Africa region have been once again admonished to increase their efforts at achieving the kind of regional integration that will foster sustainable growth in all the economies of the sub-region, especially in terms of monitoring the benchmarks of macroeconomic convergence they have set for themselves.

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19-Feb-2015 to 19:00

Congolese teenager faces prison in UK over ‘beheading plot’

APA – London (United Kingdom) — A Congolese ‘Muslim convert’ teenager who the UK detectives found wanting of “idolizing” the killers of Lee Rigby, has been told on Thursday, that he risks going to prison for planning a copycat public beheading of a British soldier.

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