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The nineteenth export flight departed from Turkmenistan to Russia

a flight of the Russian airline S7, organized by the Russian Embassy, departed from Turkmenabat to Moscow. 173 passengers were able to take advantage of the flight, according to the website of the diplomatic mission.The message also noted that the E...
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12 transactions were concluded at the auctions of the Turkmen commodity and raw materials exchange during the week

At the auctions of the State Commodity and Raw Materials Exchange of Turkmenistan, 12 transactions for 2 million 391 thousand US dollars were registered during the week.During the auction, businessmen from Tajikistan purchased gasoline produced at the ...
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Burkina Faso vows major security changes after deadly attack

OUAGADOUGOU— Burkina Faso said that it would overhaul its security forces to cope with a six-year militant insurgency that has claimed more than 1,400 lives and forced 1.3 million people from their homes.The government will “review the structural and o...
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DR Congo: Goma rallies to demand end to killing of journalists

GOMA (DR Congo)— Dressed in black, dozens of journalists gathered in Goma to pay tribute to fellow pressmen murdered in the last four months in Congo’s North Kivu and Ituri provinces.Two journalists have been murdered in eastern Congo in August alone, ...
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DR Congo arrests former health minister over missing COVID funds

KINSHASA— The former Minister of Health of the Democratic Republic of Congo Eteni Longondo was placed Friday under provisional arrest for alleged misappropriation of funds allocated to the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, prison and government s...
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Chad Rebel Group FACT Says It’s Willing to Join National Dialogue

N'DJAMENA, CHAD - A Chadian military-political rebel group behind this year's deadly insurgency said on Friday it was prepared to take part in a national dialogue proposed by transitional president Mahamat Idriss Deby.Deby seized power in April after h...
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War-weary Libyans Yearn for End to Daily Blackouts

TRIPOLI, LIBYA - Walk down any commercial street in the Libyan capital of Tripoli and the pavements will be lined with generators ready to spring into action whenever the mains electricity supply cuts out.In the decade since the NATO-backed overthrow o...
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De Beers, National Geographic Form Partnership to Protect Botswana’s Okavango Delta

Mining giant De Beers and the National Geographic Society have announced a partnership to protect the waters and endangered animals of Botswana's iconic Okavango Delta. The vast UNESCO World Heritage wetland is threatened by climate change and agricul...
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3 Groups of Students Freed in Nigeria in 24 Hours

Authorities in northern Nigeria announced three separate groups of kidnapped students were freed within 24 hours, prompting speculation late Friday that large ransoms had been paid to the gunmen blamed for a spate of recent abductions.Among those now f...
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