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Cameroon: Victor Mukete leaves from Camtel PCA position

(ICT Mag) – This is the confirmation of a news that has already been waiting for several days. Victor Mukete, chairman of Cameroon Telecommunications (Camtel), the country's existing telecom operator, has resigned. A resignation that comes the day after his mention as senator, incompatible with his position on the board of a public company. Chief Mukete, who had 10 days …

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Working day – Increase of salaries among officials • Madagascar Express

Salaries for officials will increase by 8%, as of this month. State Secretary announces the day before the working day Officials will receive a few more ariaries by the end of the month. Republic President Hery Rajaonarimampianina has announced an increase of 8% salary for state agents from this month in May. The state secretary stated in his message, before …

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Lighthizer: Do not change China, but open it to shop

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – US government does not want to change China's economic system, but intends to limit the damage it creates for the United States and open China further for foreign competition, Tuesday said the United States Representative for Trade, Robert Lighthizer [19659002] "It's not my goal to change the Chinese system," he told the US Chamber of Commerce. "It …

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The crisis deepens, Pachinian calls for "civil disobedience"

The political crisis in Armenia was deepened with the opposition by Nikol Pachini's appeal to block all means of transport in the country, in response to the rejection of the parliament on Tuesday by his candidacy for prime minister. 19659002] The ruling party voted against him, and of the 100 deputies who voted in the vote, 55 voted against and …

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Morocco breaks diplomatic ties with Iran, this is why

The Morocco Morocco has decided to suspend relations with Iran because of the "proven revelation" and military support of its allied Hizbollah movement to "Polisario", announced Tuesday, the Foreign Minister and International Cooperation, Mr Nasser Bourita. Explanations. "I have just returned from the Islamic Republic of Iran, where I had a meeting with Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif, who informed …

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Boko Haram double bombing kills dozens in Nigeria

Early afternoon Tuesday at. At 13:30 a suicide bomber blew up in a mosque in Mubi, Adamawa State and another in a nearby market at the moment the believers flew. The local police spokesman Othman Abubakar confirmed the death of 24. The head of the National Emergency Management Agency, Imam Garki, gave an assessment of 26 people killed and 56 …

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a Moroccan student expelled before graduating

Mouad Aktaou arrived at Casablanca on Monday evening. This Moroccan student would surrender his license for economic and social administration in 15 days at the University of Pau, but he was arrested at Monday at dawn. He had been living after December 2017 and knew that he was exposed to a threat of expulsion, but he hoped to pass at …

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Le Matin – Morocco participates in the London World Forum

The first forum on the blue economy in Africa will be held in London on 7 and 8 June 2018, coinciding with World Ocean Day, with the participation of Morocco. More than 150 delegates and stakeholders are expected, including prime ministers, business leaders, ocean experts and environmental and maritime organizations to discuss ocean's contribution to African economics. According to Leila …

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Armenia: "56 bandits have decided to contradict what the people want"

The disappointment is huge. Throughout the day, Tuesday 1 and May, the Armenians expected that Parliament should elect Nikol Pachinian as prime minister. In vain. After almost nine hours of hard interrogation and accusations, the ruling Republican Party's parliamentarians massively appealed to the "people's candidate". The opponent was supported by 45 votes to 56. " This is completely unfair. 56 …

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Armenia: "56 bandits have decided to contradict what the people want"

The disappointment is huge. Throughout the day, Tuesday 1 and May, the Armenians expected that Parliament should elect Nikol Pachinian as prime minister. In vain. After almost nine hours of hard interrogation and accusations, the ruling Republican Party's parliamentarians massively appealed to the "people's candidate". The opponent was supported by 45 votes to 56. " This is completely unfair. 56 …

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