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Libyan MPs reiterate commitment to Libyan ownership of political process

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Tripoli, Libya, December 9 (Infosplusgabon) - Delegates from the House of Representatives and the State High Council, a consultative assembly, reaffirmed their commitment to "Libyan ownership" of the political process and talks according to the mechanisms stipulated in the Political Agreement and Security Council resolutions.

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World cannot accept slavery in 21st century: Guterres

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New York, US, December 9 (Infosplusgabon) - Commemorating the International Day for the Abolition of Slavery, the United Nations Secretary-General highlighted the impact of the contemporary forms of slavery, underscoring that such abhorrent practices have no space in the twenty-first century.

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Former Liberian rebel leader goes on trial in Switzerland for alleged war crimes

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Geneva, Switzerland, December 9  (Infosplusgabon) – The trial of a former Liberian rebel leader arrested in Switzerland for alleged war crimes during Liberia's first civil war is an important step forward for victims, Human Rights Watch said on Tuesday.

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USA : Tumultuous Time In US History Leads To Decrease In Ratings

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Libreville, Gabon,  December 8 (Infosplusgabon) - The 2020 NBA finals saw an average viewership of 7.5 million viewers. This is a 51% drop compared to the 2019 Finals which recorded an average of 15.14 million viewers. It is also the lowest number of average viewers of any Finals in the last two decades. Expectedly, the 2020 Finals also saw the lowest TV ratings in the last two decades with a rating of 4 compared to 8.8 in 2019.

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The pipeline has therefore become a symbol of hope in Niger

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Niamey, Niger, December 8 (Infosplusgabon) -  Niger’s Secretary General in the ministry of Energy, Balla Mahaman Rabiou,  announced during a working visit of the African Energy Chamber to Niger, that his country had concluded preliminary studies for the implementation of power projects worth hundreds of millions of dollars nationwide. According to Rabiou, the government has embarked on an aggressive plan, to increase access to power for its predominantly youthful population from currently over 16% to 80% by 2035. Of particular focus, are Niger’s rural areas which have power access levels of less than 5%. Many of the power projects envisaged, are expected to be solar mini-grids, taking advantage of Niger’s abundance of sunlight throughout the year. The recently created Agency for the promotion of rural electrification is at the forefront of this effort.

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