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Ahmedou Ould Abdallah: Mauritania’s independence, “affirmation of our id”

Mauritania celebrates the sixtieth anniversary of its independence this Saturday, November 28. It was November 28, 1960, after 60 years of French colonization. Independence declared in Nouakchott by President Mokhtar Ould Daddah. Ahmedou Ould Abdallah was then 20 years previous. Former International Minister President Ould Daddah, former Particular Consultant of the UN Secretary-Normal for West Africa, appears to be like again on the nation's previous many years. He is a visitor at Charlotte Idrac's. .

Abdallah Hamdok speaks against the United States in the face of sanctions

In an interview with the Financial Times published on Sunday, October 11, Sudanese Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok struck his fist on the table. The head of government accuses the Americans of "paralyzing" the country's economy and keeping it on the blacklist of countries that support terrorism and even hamper its democratization. For the Sudanese Prime Minister, to keep his country on US blacklist is unfair. Not only because it is more than 20 years since Osama bin Laden was expelled from the country - it was the fact…

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