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the closing of discussions postponed to September 30

AA / Yaoundé / Peter Kum The conclusions of the discussions of the “inclusive and sovereign national dialogue” in Chad, launched on August 20 after several postponements, are expected on September 30, we learned from the presidium of the said dialogue. The discussions which were launched on August 20 by the president of the transition, …

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Niger suspends transit of petroleum products to Mali

AA / Niamey / Salif Omar Niger has decided to suspend the transit of petroleum products to Mali, apart from those intended for the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (Minusma). The decision was taken by the Director General of Nigerien Customs via a memorandum addressed to the various customs units located on …

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The UN calls for the “immediate release” of the 46 Ivorian soldiers detained in Bamako

AA/Bamako/Amarana Maiga The United Nations General Secretariat called on Monday for the “immediate release” of the 46 Ivorian soldiers detained in Bamako since July 10, reaffirming its “deep concern” about their detention. This is what emerges from a UN note to correspondents published on Monday and consulted by the Anadolu Agency. “The United Nations Secretariat …

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Iranian Foreign Ministry summons UK and Norwegian ambassadors

AA / Tehran The Iranian Foreign Ministry has summoned the ambassadors of the United Kingdom and Norway to Tehran, to protest against their countries’ positions on the demonstrations condemning the death of the young Iranian woman, Mahsa Amini. The official IRNA agency announced on Sunday that the Iranian ministry had summoned the British ambassador, Simon …

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opponent Etienne Soropogui arrested after criticizing the junta in a radio program

AA / Peter Kum “The president of the Our Common Values ​​(NVC) party Etienne Soropogui was arrested on Saturday and taken to the Central Directorate of Judicial Investigations (DCI-J) located in Kaloum”, one of the six municipalities of the city of Conakry, reported the site “africagaguinee.com”. According to the “guinée360.com” site, “the president of the …

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The Constitutional Court invalidates the drafting committee of a new Constitution

AA / Yaoundé / Peter Kum The presidential decree setting up a drafting committee for a new constitution for the Central African Republic was invalidated on Friday by the Constitutional Court, Anadolu Agency learned from the president of the Court, Danielle Darlan. “The Court found it not to be in accordance with the law. The …

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Equatorial Guinea – Presidential: President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo officially nominated candidate

AA / Yaoundé / Peter Kum “The executive board of the Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea (PDGE) met this Friday, September 23, 2022, and unanimously nominated President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo as the party’s candidate for the presidential election of November 20. 2022”, indicated in a press release, the presidency of Equatorial Guinea, which is …

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ECOWAS decides to freeze assets and ban travel for members of the junta

AA / Peter Kum West African leaders meeting on Thursday in New York on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly decided on a series of sanctions targeting certain Guinean officials. “The freezing of financial assets” and “the travel ban” are the “targeted sanctions against individuals and groups of individuals” or even “members of …

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