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14 Nov 2018 14:25 #366768 by ketchim
Ethiopia's Abiy Ahmed (left) and Eritrea's Isaias Afwerki (right)
have ended travel restrictions between the two countries ;)

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14 Nov 2018 14:27 #366769 by ketchim
Teachers whipped by jihadists in Burkina Faso
wants schools in north to abandon secular education

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14 Nov 2018 14:30 #366770 by ketchim
A nurse in Malawi has been suspended pending further investigation after a selfie
of her in a labour ward .............was posted on social media.

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14 Nov 2018 14:36 - 14 Nov 2018 14:38 #366771 by ketchim
Kweku Adoboli, the former UBS trader convicted of fraud, has been deported to Ghana
despite a long campaign to keep him in Britain.
Left since he was four and came to the UK 26 years ago
"This is a travesty of justice. Kweku has been here since he was 12
and he would have been entitled to British citizenship,"
"No one is saying he hasn't committed a crime, but he has been rehabilitated and is being punished twice."

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14 Nov 2018 14:40 #366772 by ketchim
Lagos state has informed schools that no student should be discriminated against on the basis of religion
Hijab Ban Lifted !

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14 Nov 2018 14:44 - 14 Nov 2018 14:51 #366773 by ketchim
A rare pink diamond has fetched 50.3m Swiss francs, $50m or £38.5m at auction, a record price per carat.
Pink Legacy, weighing in at just under 19 carats
was bought by US brand Harry Winston
at auction in Geneva.
The rectangular-cut stone was found in a South African mine around 100 years ago :ohmy:

~STOLEN FROM AFRICA, BROUGHT TO AMERICA ~
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14 Nov 2018 14:51 #366774 by mapoui
The Eritrean leader is the man..socialist to his core. no compromise with his nation and his democracy

I see he has been pushing for raproachment for some time now. he is getting somewhere

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14 Nov 2018 14:56 #366775 by mapoui

ketchim wrote: A rare pink diamond has fetched 50.3m Swiss francs, $50m or £38.5m at auction, a record price per carat.
Pink Legacy, weighing in at just under 19 carats
was bought by US brand Harry Winston
at auction in Geneva.
The rectangular-cut stone was found in a South African mine around 100 years ago :ohmy:

~STOLEN FROM AFRICA, BROUGHT TO AMERICA ~



you talking about teef from dead people. this here is teef.

they kill people..make dem walk on deh nose with cup tie round deh neck, pick up diamond on the ground fill the cup, dump it and go crawling again.

in RSA and Namibia deh found diamonds on the ground jess so. deh were shock..tons of diamonds just lying there 'free'

deh turn the people into slave and make dem collect dem..pay dem nutten..killed lots. thats Dee Boers and all them big respectable diamond companies. di'ze how deh get rich

now all the loose diamonds collected deh digging into the earth..poisoning everything..mudder cunt an' dem

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14 Nov 2018 15:20 #366781 by ketchim
DeBeers Mining is Dutch apartheid south african company

Original TEEF is that Oppenheimer Family !

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14 Nov 2018 15:46 #366783 by mapoui

ketchim wrote: DeBeers Mining is Dutch apartheid south african company

Original TEEF is that Oppenheimer Family !


fuck dem! I don care how I spell deh name. deh are all the same from start to now. :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil:

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14 Nov 2018 16:47 - 14 Nov 2018 17:05 #366793 by ketchim
De Beers diamond mining company in South Africa was established by Cecil John Rhodes in 1888.

Ernest Oppenheimer (22 May 1880 – 25 November 1957) managed to wrest control of Cecil Rhodes
De Beers empire and built and consolidated the company's global monopoly over the world's diamond industry..

He was involved in a number of controversies, including price fixing, antitrust behaviour and an allegation
of not releasing industrial diamonds for the US war effort during World War II.
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14 Nov 2018 17:06 #366795 by ketchim

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20 Nov 2018 16:12 #366871 by ketchim
The grandson of a Tanzanian chief whose skull, now lost, was sent to Germany after he was executed in 1900
has taken a DNA test to help find it.

Mangi Meli was hanged for his role in a rebellion against German colonialists and his body was then decapitated.

with his 3 wives !

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26 Nov 2018 12:10 #366970 by ketchim
A court in Milan is considering charges of corruption against Eni and Shell
in a controversial oil deal that led to Nigeria losing an estimated $6bn.

The campaign group Global Witness has calculated the OPL 245 deal in 2011
deprived Nigeria of double its annual education and healthcare budget.

Eni and Shell are accused of knowing the money they paid to Nigeria would be used for bribes.

The Italian and Anglo-Dutch energy giants deny any wrongdoing.

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26 Nov 2018 13:27 #366984 by chairman
African countries seeking to reduce the cost, time and complexity of interregional and international trade in goods will gather for the First African Forum for National Trade Facilitation Committees in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on 27–29 November.

The landmark event, organized by UNCTAD and seven partner organizations, comes as Africa scales up its trade easing efforts after the World Trade Organization’s Trade Facilitation Agreement entered into force in February 2017 and as it prepares to implement the Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) signed in March 2018.

“The World Trade Organization calculates that current trade costs for developing countries are equivalent to applying a staggering 219% tariff on international trade, and this hurts Africa,” UNCTAD Secretary-General Mukhisa Kituyi said.

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