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    12-Dec-2018 to 15:03

    Macky Sall opens up in new book

    APA-Dakar (Senegal) by Oumar Dembele — Senegalese President Macky Sall presented Tuesday evening in Dakar "Le Sénégal au cœur" (Senegal in the Heart), his new 168-page book, where he talks mainly about himself, his family, friends and political commitment in order to "present what he really is and embodies.”

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    07-Dec-2018 to 14:59

    Alioune Tine urges improving state-civil society ties

    APA-Dakar (Senegal) by Oumar Dembélé — Human rights activist Alioune Tine has made a strong plea for improving relations between the state in Senegal and civil society, advocating direct dialogue between the two parties.

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    06-Dec-2018 to 16:23

    ‘I don’t feel like we’re making any progress on democracy’ - Alioune Tine

    APA-Dakar (Senegal) by Oumar Dembélé — Senegal is not currently giving the “impression” of make progress in democracy, Amnesty International’s Regional Director for West and Central Africa Alioune Tine has said.

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    26-Nov-2018 to 16:14

    EDF announces prize-winners of 2nd EDF Pulse Africa competition

    APA-Dakar (Senegal) — A prize-giving ceremony held on November 23 in Paris, France, was the culmination of the second EDF Pulse Africa competition, with the award of prizes to four winners.

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    12-Nov-2018 to 15:14

    Nigerien street tailors cash in on trade in Dakar

    APA-Dakar (Senegal) by Oumou Khary Fall — The residents of Dakar, reputed for their love of fancy clothes, are used to finding their tailors in the tailoring shops found all over the Senegalese capital. However, many are now resorting more and more to the services of a new kind of tailor - the itinerant tailors.

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    18-Sep-2018 to 15:33

    Addis Insights: Is the African Charter on democracy strong enough?

    APA-Dakar (Senegal) — When it was first adopted in 2007, the African Charter on Democracy, Elections and Governance (the African Charter) raised the hopes of democracy activists, who believed this would strengthen good governance on the continent. Last month the Peace and Security Council (PSC) asked whether it has managed to make a difference.

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    04-Sep-2018 to 13:26

    Chad: Heights of Karama - Feast of return from Mecca

    APA-Ndjamena (Chad) by correspondent Adam Hassa Deye — In Chad, the return from the Hajj, the fifth pillar of Islam, is not easy for the pilgrims who, three days after their comeback, must offer food and drinks to the many acquaintances who come to greet them and solicit their prayers.

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