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Wednesday's exchange rates for Tanzania Shilling

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Dar es Salaam, Tanzani, December 6 (Infosplusgabon) -  The following are Wednesday's exchange rates for the Tanzania Shilling as issued by the Bank of Tanzania.

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Somalia Partnership Forum stresses job creation, poverty reduction to promote stability

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Mogadishu, Somalia, December 6 (Infosplusgabon) -  A gathering of senior representatives of the Somali Government, the United Nations and the international community concluded in Mogadishu on Tuesday with a call for greater investment in the country’s economic development to create more job opportunities, rehabilitate essential infrastructure, and improve the living conditions of the Somali people.

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World’s most comprehensive map showing amount of carbon stocks in the soil launched

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Rome, Italy, December 6 (Infosplusgabon) - Marking "World Soil Day," the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) on Tuesday launched the most comprehensive global map to date showing the amount of carbon stocks in the soil.

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FIFA Club World Cup: Wydad Casablanca fly Africa's flag as contest begins Wednesday

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Abu Dhabi, UAE, December 6 (Infosplusgabon)  - The FIFA Club World Cup, an annual tournament organised by FIFA that involves the champions of each six continental confederations and the domestic champions of the host country, begins on Wednesday in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

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Clubs to earn US$8,500 per player per day from 2018 World Cup

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Zurich, Switzerland, December 6 (Infosplusgabon) - Football clubs which supply squad members for next year’s FIFA World Cup in Russia can look forward to massively increased payments of around US$8,530 per player per day, in recognition of their “contribution to the successful staging” of the tournament.

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Kigali, Rwanda, 19 juillet (Infosplusgabon) - Le Rwanda a confirmé samedi 54 nouvelles infections pour la COVID-19, ce qui porte à 1.539 le nombre total de cas dans le pays depuis la mi-mars, a indiqué le ministère de la Santé dans sa dernière mise à jour  à Kigali.

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