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FIFA fines Zamalek US$ 30,000 for failing to pay Junior Agogo

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Zurich, Switzerland, December 5  (Infosplusgabon) - Zamalek FC of Egypt have been slapped with a fine of US$ 30,000 for their failure to pay salaries of their former Ghanaian player, Junior Agogo.

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2017 CECAFA: Uganda, Burundi share spoils in Group B opener

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Nairobi, Kenya, December 5 (Infosplusgabon) -  Holders Uganda Cranes kicked off their title defence campaign on a shaky note after picking up a barren draw against Burundi at the Bukhungu Stadium in Kakamega, Western Kenya, on Monday afternoon.

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Senegalese trio handed FIFA Club World Cup 2017 opener

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Cairo, Egypt, December 5 (Infosplusgabon) - The spotlight will be on African referees at the forthcoming FIFA Club World Cup 2017 in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), following the appointment of the Senegalese trio, Malang Diedhiou, Djibril Camara and Malick Samba, to handle the opening match, between Al Jazira (UAE) and Auckland City of New Zealand.

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Rwanda inaugurates first ever e-waste processing facility

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Kigali, Rwanda, December 5 (Infosplusgabon) -  The first Rwanda’s e-waste recycling initiatives has officially opened its facility located at Bugesera, a district in South Eastern Rwanda, with the purpose of  extracting metals from e-waste, an official source confirmed Tuesday in Kigali.

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2017 CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup: Kenya beat Rwanda to go top of Group A

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Nairobi, Kenya, December 4 (Infosplushgabon) -  Hosts Kenya on Sunday began their 2017 CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup campaign on a positive note, beating Rwanda 2-0 in Kakamega, western Kenya, to go top of Group A with Libya and Tanzania playing a barren draw in the other group tie in Machakos, 45km away from the capital city, Nairobi.

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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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