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Ignacio Gomez 9h
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SawabCenterEN 13h
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RC deWinter Apr 17
Okay, Cassandra is back yelling about the dramatic incursion of into the political fabric of this , And I'll start with this: If you want to live in a , emigrate to one of the following:
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Anton Delgado 6h
Replying to @antonldelgado
Take a look at the rankings of the rest of : 1. πŸ‡ΉπŸ‡³ β€” 72nd 2. πŸ‡²πŸ‡· β€” 94th 3. πŸ‡²πŸ‡¦ β€” 135th 4. πŸ‡ΈπŸ‡Έ β€” 139th 5. πŸ‡©πŸ‡Ώ β€” 141st 6. πŸ‡±πŸ‡Ύ β€” 162nd 7. πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡¬ β€” 163rd 8. πŸ‡ΈπŸ‡© β€” 175th
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Water Charity 58m
Here is a GIF collage of project from Mauritania. Please visit our website to learn more about this: Sign up for our mailing list to receive our (infrequent) newsletters:
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Sahara Eye Apr 15
The stakes are high and the standards that we hold our candidates to lead us can not be more higher,so when someone be judged based on a recording he is been held to those standards,nothing else. Gazwani
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Nabil Othman 13h
Coordination βœ… with the hosting government is key for to protect . Discussing with the πŸ‡²πŸ‡· Prime Minister the provision of health care πŸ’‰ to Malian refugees and Mauritanians in Bassikounou. Thanks to for keeping standing
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IOM in West & Central Africa 16h
🎼IOM & partners organized the first-ever reggae concert in last weekend as part of the β€œVivre Ensemble” (living together) campaign. 13 musicians and artists performed in front of over 800 Mauritanian and youth.
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Horizon Intelligence Apr 18
Kinross gold mine staff in Tasiast announce indefinite strike over failure of company to meet commitments of a 2016 MoU
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Raseef22 English 5h
β€˜Modern pharaoh’: how ’s government uses precautionary detention to silence dissidents
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Jonathan Said Apr 18
β€œβ€™s top exports are iron ore ($813m), gold ($618m), frozen fish ($421M), processed crustaceans ($384m) & molluscs ($218m). The prized gum arabic crop from the Acacia tree is a growing commercial market. Yet exports are still not a key source of income.”
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Francois Patuel Apr 12
: 2 bloggers/activists held for condemning corruption on & Abderrahmane Weddady Please join us in calling for their release & take a minute to write a letter to the President of Mauritania to express your concerns More on:
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Jay Aragon 4h
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Jeffrey Smith Apr 11
Replying to @weddady
My friend: how does this affect or reshape, if at all, ’s election in June?
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marty logan Apr 14
. I strongly urge His Excellency Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz to release bloggers Cheikh Ould Jiddou and Abderrahmane Weddady, who were arrested solely for exercising their right to freedom of expression
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Horizon Intelligence Apr 18
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Tahaluf Al Emarat Apr 18
It will be the first of its kind in Mauritania.
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Gorgui Moussa Apr 17
True leader and I think they'll do everything to prevent his candidature. This man could make great and I think this upcoming election would be decisive.
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Sulaiman Folarin Apr 12
joins in Group E
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Marco Cochi Apr 12
Chatham House Programme Research Paper: ’s Unfolding Landscape: Elections, Hydrocarbons and Socio-Economic Change
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