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Sex workers' rights are human rights, says Botswana rights group

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Gaborone, Botswana, February 1st (Infosplusgabon) - A non-governmental organization advocating for human rights in Botswana, Bonela, has found a new approach to empower sex workers and prevent the spread of the HIV/AIDS virus and curb human trafficking of young girls.

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In Belgium, leaders, parliamentarians praise UAE’s Commitment to International Security, Stability (Full communique)

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LIBREVILLE,  January 18  (Infosplusgabon)  -  According  to  a  statement  sent  from Brussels, Belgium, on  Monday, articipants  of the a conference  on  « From Humanitarian Aid for Stability: UAE and EU together’ seminar noted that the UAE has gained a prominent position in humanitarian and development work as the largest donor of development aid in the world relative to GDP.

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Polling centres open in landmark post-Kabila vote in DR Congo

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Kinshasa, DR Congo, December 30 (Infosplusgabon) - Polling centres opened in the cobalt-rich Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) on Sunday in a landmark vote to usher President Joseph Kabila out of power and to possibly restore peace to restive regions in the country’s Eastern region, which has largely been excluded from the vote.

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UN Chief says there are ‘reasons for hope’ in a world still on ‘red alert’

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New York, US, December 30 (Infosplusgabon) - Last year, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres issued “a red alert” over a range of dangers confronting the world, which “still persist” as 2019 looms. “These are anxious times for many, and our world is undergoing a stress test,” the UN chief said on Saturday in his message for the New Year.

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Kenyatta vows to end looting of state coffers, opens up on deal with opposition

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Mombasa, Kenya, December 30 (Infosplusgabon) - Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has opened up on a political settlement reached with opposition leader Raila Odinga who took a controversial oath as the peoples president earlier this year. Kenyatta said the deal is one of the reasons for his intensified fight against corruption.

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