Guinea President Says That the Small West African Nation is 'Still at War' Against Ebola
Shell Nigeria says it is closing Bonga oilfield for a month of maintenance, cutting about 200,000 barrels a day from the output of the recession-hit West African nation.
KENYAN DELIVERS THE TRUTH ABOUT DRUGS Alarming school dropout and unemployment rates translate into widespread drug abuse. Humanitarian Elijah Ogeda, of the nonprofit Youth Art Development and Entrepreneurship Network, has long been troubled by what he calls the epidemic of drug abuse in Kenya. Unemployment rates in the West African nation are estimated at 40 percent—among the highest of any country in the world. With only 60 percent of students making it to secondary school, Kenyans…
Togo 25 francs 1957 Condition VG. Togo is a small west African nation, sandwiched between Ghana and Benin. It proclaimed its independence from France in 1960 and in 1963 there was a military coup led by Eyadéma Gnassingbé. He handed power over to an interim government only to stage another coup in 1967. He continued to rule, as a dictator, until his death in 2005. For this and more African coins, please visit Alba Coins.com #togo #coins
Solo: A James Bond Novel by William Boyd. It's 1969, and, having just celebrated his forty-fifth birthday, James Bond--British special agent 007--is summoned to headquarters to receive an unusual assignment. Zanzarim, a troubled West African nation, is being ravaged by a bitter civil war, and M directs Bond to quash the rebels threatening the established regime.
The Juju feather headdress is found throughout the West African nation of Cameroon and is worn by the prominent members of the Bamileke tribe, their Royal family as well as dignitaries and Juju dancers of the Bamileke tribe. These are authentic hats with real feathers which have been made by the Bamileke tribal artisans who have been weaving the hats for generations. We work with master craftsmen in Cameroon to bring you only the finest headdresses. Each headdress is individually handmade…
They’re Going To Kill Us”: LGBT Gambians Fear They’re Next In Police Raids::BuzzFeed News spoke to the people who fear that the West African nation’s president plans to make good on his promise to exterminate LGBT people the “same way we are fighting malaria-causing mosquitoes.”///hmm guess you don't want to be gay and live in Gambia.