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Mali: G5-Sahel surprised by US decision to deny Chadians entry visas

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BAMAKO,  Mali, September 28 (Infosplusgabon) -  The Presidency-in-Office of the G5-Sahel, headed by Mali's head of state Ibrahim Boubacar Kéita, has said it is surprised to learn of a US presidential decree adding Chad on the list of countries whose nationals will be denied entry visas to the US, the group said in a press release Thursday in Bamako.

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Belgium: EU renews sanctions for six months against those obstructing peace in Libya

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BRUSSELS,  Belgium, September 28 (Infosplusgabon) - In view of the continuing instability and gravity of the situation in Libya, the European Council has extended the duration of the sanctions against Libya, targeting three persons for a period of six month.

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Rwanda: Poultry industry stakeholders set for Africa's largest conference in Kigali

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KIGALI, Rwanda, September 28 (Infosplusgabon) -   Poultry industry stakeholders, including producers, egg suppliers, veterinarians and decision makers from across Africa and beyond are set to convene in the Rwandan capital, Kigali, for a major conference and exhibition, dubbed "Poultry Africa",  scheduled for 4-5 October, according to a statement issued Thursday by Rwanda ministry of agriculture and animal resources.

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Mali: G5-Sahel surprised by US decision to deny Chadians entry visas

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BAMAKO,  Mali , September 28 (Infosplusgabon) -  The Presidency-in-Office of the G5-Sahel, headed by Mali's head of state Ibrahim Boubacar Kéita, has said it is surprised to learn of a US presidential decree adding Chad on the list of countries whose nationals will be denied entry visas to the US, the group said in a press release Thursday in Bamako.

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Kenya: Lawmaker alleges torture in detention, govt accused of persecution

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NAIROBI, Kenya, September 28 (Infosplusgabon) -  Kenyan opposition lawmaker, Babu Owino, was freed Thursday after spending four days in detention, where he alleged the Police used torture and other cruel means to intimidate him.

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