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At the remote north-western end of Uganda, is a small trading centre of Salia Musala that the dwellers call their town..
As required by the rules of the NYSE MKT LLC , Loncor Resources Inc. reports that it has received a letter from the NYSE MKT advising that the NYSE MKT has determined that the Company is currently not in compliance with Sections 1002 and 1003 of the NYSE MKT's Company Guide, relating to the Company's reduced exploration effort .
The ICC has found Congolese militia leader Germain Katanga guilty of war crimes but acquitted him on charges of sexual violence and of using child soldiers.
Armadale Capital Plc, the AIM quoted investment company, is pleased to announce that it has further diversified its investment portfolio through the acquisition of an interest in ASX listed Redcliffe Resources Limited .
African government efforts to force mining firms to process minerals before export may backfire as they come up against weakening commodity prices and investor demands that firms reduce risky investments.
KBJR 6 and Range 11 news anchor Kevin Jacobsen had the power Sunday to order a couple hundred people to flop down on the snow of UMD's football field and flail around making snow angels.
Walter De Brouwer and Niels 'Shoe' Meuleman had a creative agency in Amsterdam. The fight between Muhammad Ali and George Foreman in Kinshasa, Congo, made a formative impression on them.
There is a community-based movement taking place in Democratic Republic of the Congo, supported by a program called Succeeding Together .
SA has expelled three Rwandan diplomats linked to a raid on an exiled general's Johannesburg home while Rwanda reacted by ordering out six SA envoys.
All week, gold investors had looked to the Friday employment report as a potential market-moving event.
The former warlord once known as "Simba" rose to his feet at the International Criminal Court in The Hague, at the end of an hour-long summary of the charges and findings against him.
African government efforts to force mining companies to process minerals before export may backfire as they come up against weakening commodity prices and investor demands that firms reduce risky investments.
Judges at International Criminal Court are due to give their verdict at the war crimes trial of Congolese militia leader Germain Katanga.
Democratic Republic of Congo's prime minister has told mining companies to halt any expansion plans requiring extra power in the copper-rich Katanga province due to an "energy crisis", a document seen by Reuters showed on Thursday.