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Côte d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast) can now officially sell its diamond

The diamonds of Côte d’Ivoire ( Ivory Coast) are available to the world market after the lifting of the embargo under the Kimberley Process. In lifting the diamond export ban on Tuesday, the UN Security Council welcomed Ivory Coast’s “overall progress towards restoring security, peace and stability,” and its efforts to adhere to the international body that regulates the diamond ...

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IMF: Now Is Opportune Time For Energy Tax Reform

According to IMF, getting energy prices right would be beneficial to the economy, environment, and public health. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has called on governments around the world to take advantage of low oil prices and reform energy taxes to support sustainable economic growth. “Getting energy prices right would be beneficial to the economy, environment, and public health,” says ...

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Air Côte d’Ivoire orders two more Bombardier Q400s

Côte d’Ivoire (Abidjan) – Air Côte d’Ivoire Orders Two More Bombardier Q400 In 2013 Bombardier Aerospace (Montreal) announced that Air Côte d’Ivoire (Abidjan), had signed a conditional purchase agreement for two DHC-8-402 Q400 NextGen aircraft with options for an additional two. This week, Le vrai Patriote can confirm that the national airline of the Republic of Côte d’Ivoire has converted the options ...

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Football: 18 Seconds, the shortest match ever!

The world of football will never cease to amaze us. England U19 (under 19) Women Qualify After 18-Second Replay For a while now every weekend, bad decisions are made by the referees worldwide. Many tend to think that injustice is the beauty of football, and that nothing can be done to make things change. Yet a surprising decision by UEFA will ...

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Cocoa & Chocolate Industry and Ivorian Government Announce Agreement on Improved Cocoa Planting Material

ABIDJAN, Cote d’Ivoire — The World Cocoa Foundation (WCF) and Cote d’Ivoire’s Conseil du Café-Cacao have announced an agreement to improve cocoa planting material. The agreement is closely aligned with the Ivorian government’s 2QC national cocoa strategy and comes less than a year after WCF announced CocoaAction, the chocolate and cocoa industry’s strategy for sustainability in the cocoa sector. As part ...

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Kenya: al-Shabaab kills 147 Christians students

al-Shabaab singled out Christians students for the killing, sparing the life if muslims. At least 147 people, mostly students, have been killed in an assault by al-Shabaab militants on a university in Garissa, north-eastern Kenya, 150 km from Somalia. al-Shabaab heavily armed attackers stormed Garissa University early on Thursday, killing two security guards then firing indiscriminately and randomly on students. ...

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