Mali Travel Newswire (Page 5)

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  1. Israel cries foul over FIFA suspension talkRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 25 | News 4 Jax

    FIFA President Sepp Blatter is trying to broker a deal between the Palestinian and Israel football associations ahead of this week's FIFA World Congress at which the Palestinians have called for a vote to suspend Israel. Blatter met with both associations, as well as Israeli and Palestinian political leaders, during a visit to the region in hopes of finding a way to ease the tension.

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  2. Senegal U-20 team denied Austrian visasRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 25 | GhanaWeb

    The Senegal football federation announced on Friday that the under-20 team have been denied entry visas to Austria, where the group had scheduled a preparatory tour ahead of the Under-20 Fifa World Cup in New Zealand. The body said 21 players and the technical staff were due to fly to Austria on Friday but failed to obtain visas.

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  3. Kenya: Garden City Mall Opens ThursdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 25 | AllAfrica.com

    Garden City Mall will open on May 28 as phase one of the eagerly anticipated 32-acre mixed-use project on Thika Highway nears completion. Once complete, the first phase of the mall will consist of 33,000 square metres of retail space including 120 local and international brands spread across three levels, with the first floor anchored by Game, the flagship store in Kenya for this retail giant which is part of the Walmart Group, alongside Nakumatt Supermarket, Tile & Carpet, and Victoria Courts.

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  4. East Africa: EAC Staff Told to Cut TravelRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 25 | AllAfrica.com

    In the run-up to the 2015/16 budget being passed last week, a report of the General Purpose Committee , presented by the Chair Dr. Odette Nyiramilimo suggested the need to further curtail excess travel and enhance implementation of the decisions and directives of the Council of Ministers. Consequently the Committee called for more Video Conferencing and that all departments within the EAC should adjust their budgets to reflect the same.

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  5. Cote d'Ivoire: Africa's Digital Content Providers 'Between a Rock and a Hard Place'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 25 | AllAfrica.com

    Cote d'Ivoire: Francophone African Comedian Mamane Goes Mobile - the Sad Story of How Mobile Companies Fail to Capitalize On Popular Content Popular African comedy should be extremely attractive content on mobile phones. For those who have to sit in buses or cars traffic jams, what better way to lift the gloom than listening to things that make you laugh? Ivorian production company Gondwana City has a slate of very popular francophone African comedians and as the company told Russell Southwood , this should be a match made in heaven.

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  6. 8 Things to Do in New York's Art World Before May 29Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 8 | The New York Observer

    Opening: "Huang Rui: Language Color" at ZA1 4rcher Gallery Huang Rui was a founding member of the Chinese avant-garde group the Stars, which was active in Beijing from 1979 to 1983 and included such controversial artists as Ai Weiwei, Wang Keping, and Ma Desheng. Now, the artist is finally making his New York solo show debut.

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  7. Ethiopia aim at being among top five tourist destinations in Africa - Monday, 25 May 2015 09:47Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 25 | Walta Information Centre

    The Ethiopian Tourism Organization has said it is making strong efforts topromote Ethiopia to the rest of the world towards realizing the vision of becoming among the top fivetourist destinations in Africa by 2025. In a n exclusivce interview with Xinhua, Solomon Tadesse, ETO Chief Executive Officer , said his organization has a vision of having about 5 million tourists to the country to generate about 7 billion U.S. dollars earnings from the tourism sector by 2025.

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  8. NSW Waratahs set to appeal bans for Will Skelton and Tolu LatuRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 25 | Sydney Morning Herald

    NSW Waratahs forwards Tolu Latu and Will Skelton have been suspended for four and two weeks respectively after each were found guilty of an illegal lifting tackle. Hooker Latu and lock Skelton were both cited for their involvement in a lifting tackle on Crusaders and All Blacks lock Sam Whitelock in the 17th minute of last Saturday's Super Rugby game at Sydney's ANZ Stadium.

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  9. Waratahs considering appealing suspensionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 25 | Sydney Morning Herald

    The NSW Waratahs are set to appeal the multi-week suspensions of forwards Tolu Latu and Will Skelton after expressing surprise and disappointment at the outcome of their judicial hearings on Monday. Hooker Latu and lock Skelton were suspended for four and two weeks respectively after each were found guilty of an illegal lifting tackle on Crusaders and All Blacks lock Sam Whitelock in last Saturday's Super Rugby game in Sydney.

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  10. A fresh take on the loyalty program - giving South African consumers something they really valueRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 25 | Bizcommunity

    Retailers have found a new way to create positive relationships with their customers by giving them something valuable in exchange for their loyalty - free talk time with family and friends . It's a new take on the traditional loyalty program.

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  11. Where were you when we won '95 Cup?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 25 | Iol.co.za

    Independent Chief Sports Writer Kevin McCallum celebrates South Africa s Rugby World Cup and perhaps its finest sporting moment. Picture: Ross Setford Twenty years ago today, Pieter Hendriks did not score South Africa's first try of the 1995 Rugby World Cup.

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  12. Zambia, South Africa make shock Cosafa exitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 25 | The Peninsula

    Holders Zambia and hosts South Africa suffered shock Cosafa Cup quarter-finals losses Sunday after penalty shootouts in South Africa's north-western village of Moruleng. Zambia were held 0-0 by Namibia after having a slight edge over 90 minutes and then lost 5-4 on penalties in the first match of a southern Africa championship double-header.

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  13. Air Arabia named Best Low-Cost CarrierRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 25 | The Peninsula

    Doha: Air Arabia has been named "Best Low-Cost Carrier" at the World Tourism Forum Awards in Istanbul, Turkey. The World Tourism Forum is an annual gathering of leading business figures and industry experts to discuss the future direction of the global tourism sector.

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  14. Zuma: Media blew up xeno attacksRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 24 | Iol.co.za

    President Jacob Zuma has criticised the media for "exaggerating" events and adopting a negative stance in reporting on the xenophobic attacks which recently rocked the country. Zuma was speaking at the Africa Day celebrations at the University of Pretoria's Mamelodi West Campus where he urged the promotion of an African identity in every aspect of life.

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  15. The pain, the joy of South AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 24 | Jamaica Observer

    I am writing this from South Africa, where the media images of decades, pre- and post-apartheid, have sprung to life in tours and first-person accounts. Oh, the pain of the Hector Pieterson Museum in Soweto.

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  16. Smartphones are converging on all LSMsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 24 | Bizcommunity

    Cheap smartphones are reshaping consumer behaviour in South Africa faster than many marketers realise. Here's how to position your brand at the forefront of the trend and create effective platforms for engaging with mobile customers.

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  17. Derek Rielly: Europe looks to Abbott for solution to boat arrivalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 24 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Armed Forces of Malta marines toss bottles of water to a group of about 180 asylum seekers south-west of Malta. Each day I scroll through the feed of my thousand-plus friends, some of whom I've actually met, and find expert opinions on topics as diverse as government , Islamophobia , Diatomaceous earth and business .

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  18. Our Views: Memorial Day: Remembering our American warriorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 24 | The Advocate

    Advocate staff photo by BILL FEIG -- Volunteers, including Greg Vice, left, make good time putting the flags on display in an orderly fashion for the Memorial Day weekend festivities. Blue Star Mothers of Louisiana Chapter 1 sponsored planting the 11,000 American flags at the State Capitol.

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  19. Africa B2C e-Commerce market is dominated by South AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 24 | PR-inside.com

    Low internet penetration, underdeveloped logistics and limited cashless payments infrastructure, as well as low incomes and high poverty rates have hindered the uptake of online shopping in this region. However, recent signs of improvements have led to forecasts of B2C E-Commerce sales growing at high rates to a double-digit number in EUR billions in the next three years.

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  20. Bath vs Saracens - Premiership final: Bath wide boys show England art of the possibleRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 24 | The Independent

    Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies The parallels with the World Cup final between South Africa and New Zealand almost exactly two decades ago go only so far: with all due respect to Bath and Saracens, who will contest the Aviva Premiership title at Twickenham this weekend, it is difficult for any top-flight club to roam freely across the moral high ground, as Nelson Mandela did to such electrifying effect in Johannesburg in 1995, when the continuing argument over salary cap issues threatens to leave the domestic game up to its eyeballs in the swamp.

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