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          Who is your [HERO]? KimuTaku: "Messi" "I 'super love' soccer"   

1: クリス ★@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 17:50:01.02 ID:???0.net
The "monster drama" HERO which got 30% for all episodes broadcast in 2001 is coming back. When they were talking about making a sequel, Kimura said: "I was like, 'You've got to be kidding me'. It's been a long time and I never thought that they'd do this again. I would be lying if I said that I'm not feeling any pressure from this.".

His jean-wearing character Kohei Kuryu, an unorthodox prosecutor has aged as well. Kimura said that he didn't change the way he's portraying the character but said "with more experience under his belt, I felt that the character shouldn't be rough-edged as he used to be".

It may seem like he's always taking the long route, but Kuryu's prosecution style is as relentless as ever. "He's not really efficient. But I'm thinking that this attitude of ignoring your ego and desires is alright, especially for someone who decides whether a person should go to trial or not.".

When asked about what the viewers should look out for, he said: "Well, there's not a single person here who has special abilities in this one, but I hope people will understand the meaning of the title HERO".

Q. The World Cup still isn't over. Do you like soccer?
A. Cho suki desu. I did some martial arts when I was little, but if I had the chance to choose what to do, I would have wanted to play soccer. I'm from the Captain Tsubasa generation, so I wore jerseys in the same manner, and albeit unnecessary, I'd shout 'Deyaaaa!' whenever I would kick the ball.

Q. Kimura-san, who is your [HERO]? (Chiba prefecture, 14-y/o Moe-chan)
A. Guys like Argentina's Messi and Brazil's Neymar. They may be a whole lot younger than me but I think they're unconditionally cool. That's true with all sports athletes in any field. I can't choose them all."

Q. How do you memorize long lines? (Ibaraki prefecture, 53-y/o Hiromi Usami-san)
A. Determination. I'd actually like to know if there's a trick to it. Maji de.


http://blog-imgs-69.fc2.com/2/c/h/2chmatonet/HERO.jpg


2 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 17:50:54.20 ID:AAEeItyZ0.net
木村のサッカー好きは有名だろ
It's pretty well-known that Kimura likes soccer
http://livedoor.blogimg.jp/fcjackal/imgs/1/b/1bdc5a26.jpg
4 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 17:51:54.08 ID:cUwUWGE00.net
焼き豚が↓
Yaki-butas would like to say a word 
7 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 17:53:37.12 ID:38J7d3VS0.net
メッシはチビ界のHEROだからな
Well, Messi is the HERO of the chibi world after all
http://cdn.wowow.co.jp/sports/liga/img/news/img_news_Messi_09.jpg
8 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 17:53:57.09 ID:cmMSqKcZ0.net
メッシ「あんた誰だよ」
Messi: "Who tf are you?"
http://blog-imgs-30.fc2.com/k/b/r/kbrand/20111220e5ef98e1.jpg

35 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 17:59:34.74 ID:1r3OVL9Q0.net
>>8
キムタクは外国での知名度が全然ないからなー
キムタクかっこつけだから人並みに野心があるだろうになんで赤西みたいに海外進出企てようとか思わなかったんだろう

KimuTaku's such an unknown overseas. KimuTaku tries to act cool so I'm sure he's got ambitions, but I wonder why he never planned on going global like Akanishi?
47 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 18:02:02.52 ID:AGpL6Lgk0.net
>>35
赤西が海外で知名度あるとおもってんの?
You think Akanishi's even popular overseas?
73 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 18:08:32.57 ID:eFuteaFk0.net
>>47
文盲
Can't read, huh








9 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 17:54:19.74 ID:Q3BCgGxb0.net
メッシって引退したらなにするんだろ
I wonder what Messi would do once he retires

12 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 17:55:29.75 ID:cL3Cd+w80.net
>>9
お前と一緒で遊んで暮らすんじゃね。
Maybe he'll live and play together with you.
14 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 17:55:46.28 ID:en/F/yH40.net
>>9
ペレ
Like Pele








10 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 17:54:36.80 ID:RbunB3E8i.net
40男が「超好き」とか言うなよ… こういうところが痛々しいんだよ…
A 40-y/o man shouldn't be using the word "Cho suki" (super love)... Things like this are what make him pathetic...
21 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 17:57:47.30 ID:slgjf1tP0.net
背の低い・・・

いやなんでもない

Short...

nah, nothing
23 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 17:57:59.80 ID:JsBTcobKO.net
チビで短足だから共感してるんだな
Messi's a short-legged squirt so he probably felt a sort of kinship with him
24 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 17:58:17.01 ID:WPSiFn0v0.net
香取じゃなくてキムタクが出れば良かったのに
KimuTaku should be in the soccer shows, not Katori
https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Bq2cRtYCAAAQyqL.jpg:large
28 :名無しさん@恐縮です:2014/07/08(火) 18:03:32.07 ID:K323q+jZV
ニワカ
Gloryhunter
30 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 17:59:10.65 ID:xYZeGXB70.net
好きな野球選手は松井とイチローと答えそうw
And when asked who his favorite baseball player is, I think he'll say Matsui or Ichiro w
31 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 17:59:18.89 ID:s8kh9G/v0.net
最近ミュラーが好きって言ってた女の子がいたな
キムタク負けてるぞ

Hey, there are girls these days who are saying they like Müller recently.
You're losing to them, KimuTaku.
32 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 17:59:21.58 ID:fDMvJFoz0.net
ニワカの鏡だな
He's the role model of all gloryhunters
36 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 18:00:03.09 ID:z3o6TNVp0.net
木村拓哉「野球の何が面白いのかわからない」
ビートたけし「サッカーW杯見ちゃうと、野球は何だこれと思う 」
小池徹平「野球なんか見ないです」
辰吉丈一郎「野球はヒマすぎる。全然おもしろいとは思わなかった」
長澤まさみ「野球はオジサンが見るマイナーなイメージ」
高橋愛「野球=じじいというイメージ」
川村ひかる「野球選手はダメですよね。ブヨブヨしていて気持ち悪いです・・・」
オセロ松嶋「見難いやん、ボールちっこいねん。あいまい、ストライクが曖昧。審判のサジ加減やから」
石原慎太郎 「オレ、野球って嫌いなんだよな。ぜんぜん面白くないし」
田原総一郎「野球なんてスポーツじゃない。動いてるのピッチャーだけじゃないか」
森田剛「野球ってつまんないじゃないですか」
瑛太「(瑛太君は野球は見るの?)野球は見ません。興味ないです」

Takuya Kimura: "I don't get what's so fun about baseball."
Beat Takeshi: "After seeing the World Cup, you'd suddenly think 'Da heck is this' when you watch baseball."
Teppei Koike: "I don't watch something like baseball."
Joichiro Tatsuyoshi: "Baseball is too boring. Never have I thought that it was interesting."
Masami Nagasawa: "Baseball has this minor image that it's only watched by old men."
Ai Takahashi: "My image is baseball = grandpas."
Hikaru Kawamura: "Baseball players are no good. They're all so flabby and disgusting..."
Othello Matsushima: "It's hard to watch, the ball is too small. It's vague, strikes are too vague since it all depends on the umpire's decision."
Shintaro Ishihara: "I hate baseball. It's no fun at all."
Soichiro Tahara: "Baseball isn't sports. The pitcher's the only one moving."
Go Morita: "But baseball's boring."
Eita: (Do you watch baseball?) "I don't watch baseball. Not interested."
38 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 18:00:18.31 ID:7eDSxci/0.net
キャプテン翼ってそんな特徴的なジャージの着方してたかな? 記憶にあるのは日向のユニフォーム袖まくりくらいしかない。
Were characters wearing jerseys in a peculiar way in Captain Tsubasa? The only one that's left an impression was Hyuga's folded sleeves.
http://ortega27.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/816882_1285932114H53b.jpg
40 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 18:00:28.50 ID:z+9/xowE0.net
木村のミーハーっぷり異常
そこらのスイーツミーハー女の比にならない

Kimura's such a gloryhunting fanboy. The sweet bandwagon fangirls out there in the streets can't even compare.
42 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 18:01:16.05 ID:hUzfLF6I0.net
> 演じ方は変えていないつもりだが

えっ!?変えられるんですかー!??

> didn't change the way he's portraying the character

Eh!? He can actually change it-----!??
45 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 18:01:54.98 ID:7rSfDNV90.net
相変わらず浅いなあw
Shallow, as usual w
56 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 18:03:34.48 ID:5IJ8xdNw0.net
サッカー好き芸能人
・キムタク
・ミスチル
・ナオトインティライミ
・NEWS手越
・関ジャニ村上
・片瀬那奈
・AKB指原
・AKB大島優子
・MIWA
・小島瑠璃子

 焼き豚悔しいか?wwwwwwwwww

Celebs who like soccer
- KimuTaku
- MisChil
- Naoto Inti Raymi
- NEWS Tegoshi
- Kanjani Murakami
- Nana Katase
- AKB Sashihara
- AKB Yuko Oshima
- MIWA
- Ruriko Kojima

Yaki-butas, you jelly? wwwwwwww

63 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 18:05:33.99 ID:9kApoU6V0.net
>>56
ロクなのいないなw
Not a single decent soul in there w








57 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 18:03:43.75 ID:ztLfxaHd0.net
HEROの久生もサッカー好きだったな
最終回で久生が出した問題で松たか子がカメルーンの選手全員言ってたの覚えてる

If I recall, Kuryu of HERO also likes soccer. I remember the finale where Takako Matsu mentioned all the names of the Cameroon team when Kuryu asked her.
58 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 18:03:49.95 ID:0j2lbMq00.net
とかいってハメス・ロドリゲスとか言ったら叩くんだろ。
And I bet you guys would bash him if he says James Rodriguez.
http://www.asahicom.jp/articles/images/AS20140621000342_comm.jpg
61 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 18:04:29.39 ID:ZIBdw2vn0.net
この言わされてる感
Feels like he's being forced to say these things
70 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 18:07:54.54 ID:Tl1bge24O.net
まぁ
あわよくば
視聴率 30%超えを 狙っているんだろうが

良くて 22
悪くて 13
こんなもんだろ

Well, I think they're aiming for 30% if things go well, but 22% if it does well, 13% if it doesn't.  Might only be this much.
71 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 18:07:56.10 ID:M4urEbrT0.net
松たか子、大塚寧々、阿部寛、勝村政信がいないHEROはHEROじゃない
HERO without Takako Matsu, Nene Ohtsuka, Hiroshi Abe, and Masanobu Katsumura is not HERO
72 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 18:08:01.12 ID:2cQijyDp0.net
アンドロイドが最低視聴率になった途端、最高視聴率だったHEROに媚びるって必死すぎ。
They're so desperate here, leeching onto HERO which got the highest ratings after Ando Lloyd which got the lowest ratings.
81 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 18:10:31.04 ID:ocmPSHW60.net
阿部ちゃんがビッグになっちゃったからもう出せないよな もはやキムタコより格上だし
They can't put Abe-chan in here anymore since he's gotten so big. He's now on a higher standing than KimuTako.
84 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 18:12:05.45 ID:ntbw2G3e0.net
阿部もやっとHEROのイメージ払しょくしたんだから昔にもどしたくないさ 昔は主演なんかゼロの俳優だったんだから
Abe himself has finally swept away the image of HERO so he just doesn't want to go back.
He used to be an actor with zero leading roles in the past.

93 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 18:15:08.26 ID:eFuteaFk0.net
>>84
え?
Eh?










128 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 18:31:48.40 ID:UJ1Ckuwo0.net
☆民放連続ドラマ視聴率トップ10と名台詞(1990年以降)

*1 42.2% 半沢直樹        倍返しだ!
*2 41.3% ビューティフルライフ  ちょ待てよ!
*3 40.0% 家政婦のミタ       承知しました
*4 37.8% ひとつ屋根の下    あんちゃ~ん
*5 37.6% GOOD LUCK!   ちょ待てよ!
*6 37.2% 家なき子         同情するなら金をくれ
*7 36.8% HERO          ちょ待てよ!
*8 36.7% ロングバケーション   ちょ待てよ!
*9 36.7% 101回目のプロポーズ 僕はしにましぇん
10 35.7% GTO            ポイズン

Top 10 dramas (ratings-wise) and catch phrases (1990~)

1. 42.2% Hanzawa Naoki - Bai gaeshi da!
2. 41.3% Beautiful Life - Cho mate yo!
3. 40.0% Kaseifu no Mita - Shouchi shimashita
4. 37.8% Hitotsu Yane no Shita - Ancha~n
5. 37.6% GOOD LUCK! - Cho mate yo!
6. 37.2% Ie naki ko - Doujou suru nara kane wo kure
7. 36.8% HERO - Cho mate yo!
8. 36.7% Long Vacation - Cho mate yo!
9. 36.7% 101 kaime no Propose - Boku wa shimashien
10. 35.7% GTO - Poison







96 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 18:15:19.04 ID:uSC/vns5O.net
かつては脇役だった阿部寛堺雅人に抜かされたわけだけれども再び勝てるだろうか
He's been surpassed by Hiroshi Abe and Masato Sakai, his former supporting actors, but will he be able to defeat them again?
74 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 18:08:45.23 ID:ARNa1Mj20.net
昔はバティがーとかよく話してたしアルゼンチン好きなのな
He used talk about Batistuta a lot in the past, maybe he just likes Argentina
http://livedoor.blogimg.jp/pachitown-samurai/imgs/3/6/364e9ea1.jpg
85 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 18:12:09.68 ID:7KvnB1J30.net
イケメンの趣味サッカー率は高いな
There's a high rate of ikemens who like soccer
94 :名無しさん@恐縮です@\(^o^)/:2014/07/08(火) 18:15:17.68 ID:XGh663d10.net

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          Boko Haram fighters found posing as refugees   

IDPs camp Boko Haram fighters have been found among refugees returning to northeast Nigeria from neighbouring Cameroon, the Borno State Emergency Management Agency said on Saturday. “At least nine Boko Haram insurgents and 100 accomplices were identified among 920 Nigerian refugees who returned from Marwa in Cameroon on Wednesday,” the agency’s head, Ahmed Satomi told ...

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          WeCashUp une innovation made in Cameroon   
WeCashUp est une plateforme de paiement sans carte bancaire créée par la startup Infinity Space, née au Cameroun et dont Cédric Atangana, jeune Camerounais de 25 ans, diplômé de Polytech Marseille en Génie Industriel et Informatique (promo 2015), en est le fondateur.  Entièrement pensée par son fondateur, WeCashUp entend répondre à plusieurs besoins fondamentaux tels […]
          Post: The City Ghettos of Today-Helsinki   
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posted 20 augusti 2014

European ghetto-installation will be constructed to Helsinki in September
Welcome to participate in the work-in-progress installation, workshops, discussions and a seminar
 
The City Ghettos of Today is a unique artistic initiative exploring the concept of ‘ghetto’ in 7 European cities. The activities of the project will take place in Helsinki between 8.9. and 20.9. These include a transforming installation that will form its contents in multidisciplinary workshops collaboratively with an international team of artists and local participants, a seminar that presents the cases of the project in the different cities, a series of workshops and public interview-discussions and two public performances related to the collectively built installation.
 
At the heart of the project lies a desire to construct together meaningful experiences and new ways of understanding the concept of ghettos in different European cities. Do spatial, invisible or abstract walls separate groups of people from other groups? Why, when and how this happens in the different cities?
 
The installation consists of different sized tubes that transform into containers for sounds and voices, video screens or corridors for actors. The collective building process of the installation is combined with dialogical meetings with representatives of different communities in each city. Instead of being an independent and finalized work of art, the installation is a travelling tool for exploring the theme during the collective period of creation. In Helsinki the approach on the ghetto-concept concentrates on limits that make it difficult to share different types of knowledge. With whom can individuals from varied backgrounds share their knowledge, visions and practices and what kind of communities does this process form?
 
The programme of interviews was planned together with Sivuvalo project´s multilingual writers residing in Finland and other partners of the project.
 
In Helsinki the installation will be built to Cultural Centre Stoa 9.9.-19.9. in workshops open for participants from Helsinki. A seminar presenting the project cases of Warsaw, Bologna, Paris and other cities will take place at Lavaklubi of the National Theatre 16.9. at 2-6 pm. A performance related to the installation will take place at Stoa 17.9. at 6 pm and at Shopping  Centre Forum 19.9. at 5 pm. A final installation that compiles the materials from the project´s seven cities will be constructed in Warsaw in january 2015.
 
The Helsinki-based members of the artist team are Alejandro Olarte, electroacoustic musician and composer-educator-researcher from Colombia, Marek Pluciennik, video artist from Poland, Walter Fondo, actor and association activist from Cameroon, and Eveliina Heinonen, drama educator born in Finland and Roxana Crisólogo, a poet born in Peru. The artistic director of the international project is Pietro Floridia, a theatre director and multidisciplinary artist from Bologna. In September, a team of artists coming from the project´s different cities will guide the building process of the installation Helsinki together with the local team.
 
Project partners in Finland are Arts Promotion Centre Finland, Cultural Centre Stoa, Citizen´s Forum, Helinä Rautavaara Museum, Ptarmigan ry, Pacunet ry, National Theatre´s audience development and Sivuvalo-project of multilingual writers. Project is financially supported by European Commission – Program Europe for Citizens and co-financed by Evens Foundation. Helsinki project is supported by Arts Promotion Centre, Citizen´s Forum and from Pacunet´s part, Ministry of Culture and Education.
 
More information and inscriptions:
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          Again, Boko Haram Kills 4 Soldiers in Borno   

Nigerian Army on Friday confirmed the loss of four soldiers in Borno State Thursday when their patrol vehicle ran into an IED buried on the road between Kangarwa and Alagarno village.


The army spokesman, Brigadier General Sani Usman, confirmed the incident in a statement while giving an update on troops’ operations in the North-East.

Usman said three other soldiers sustained injuries, while the patrol vehicle was completely damaged.


He said three suspected terrorists who planted the explosive and hid themselves had been “fished out” and “neutralised”.

The army spokesman said apart from clearance operations, troops stationed at Banki in Borno rendered humanitarian assistance to over 887 Nigerian refugees who returned from Cameroon since Tuesday. 

- NAN

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February 21, 2013

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United States
GOP Resists Obama's Push for Tax Rise to Head Off Cuts
Obama Fleshes Out Plans for Infrastructure Projects
Obama considers urging the Supreme Court to overturn California’s ban on gay marriage
White House announces online espionage response policy
US issues final word on essential benefits under "Obamacare"
Anonymous thrown into China-US cyberwar scandal
Pentagon informs Congress of plans to furlough 800K civilian workers
In wake of Benghazi, rapid response Marine unit heading to Europe
US issues worldwide caution to its citizens of terror threats
Body found in restaurant rubble after Kansas City explosion
Why Americans Might Be Better Off If Their Burgers Were Made Of Horsemeat
Sex-Change Surgery Available Through Many US Colleges
Majority of US citizens say illegal immigrants should be deported
Hundreds of thousands march in Puerto Rico against gay rights
 
 

Russia
Putin Invites G20 Leaders to St. Petersburg Summit
Migrant workers call on Putin for amnesty
Lavrov: Time to end the war in Syria
Moscow: N. Korea sanctions can only impact nuclear program
IMF warns of higher inflation, slower GDP growth in Russia
Russia's missing billions revealed
Russia Tries To Remove Images of New Drone From the Internet
Russian Military to Develop Anti-Meteorite Defenses
Russia investigates 25 cases of Defense Ministry fraud - Prosecutor General
MP resigns after bloggers disclose his Florida property
Russia escalating attacks on free expression a year on from Pussy Riot protest
‘Ample Evidence’ Linking Ukraine Ex-President to Journalist Murder
French Specialists Resume Work at Chernobyl Disaster Site
Ukraine: Embezzlement At State Orphanages
Belarus Phases Out Russian Warplanes, Radars
 
 

China
Xi Jinping's campaign to purge Communist Party 'won't be easy'
Incumbent cabinet holds final meeting
China's central banker skips retirement bar to stay on
Manila to tackle sea row 'with or without China' at UN
Attacks originating from US rank 1st among overseas hackings in China
Photos show new activity at N Korea nuclear site
Spy agencies scrounge for details on North Korean nuclear test
North Korea: A nuclear 7-Eleven?
N Korean propaganda video shows Obama in flames
US Envoy Opposes S Korean Nuclear Armament
Rise in online fan clubs extolling China's party leaders
After China's multibillion-dollar cleanup, water still unfit to drink
Smog in Pearl River Delta 'worse than in Beijing'
Maoists Block Deal to Break Nepal's Long Political Deadlock
 
 

Cameron to pay respects to victims of Amritsar massacre
Cameron's India trip hits wobble with concern over helicopter deal
Sars-like virus death reported in UK
New coronavirus can infect human lungs as easily as cold virus
Magdalene laundries: Ireland to apologise to survivors
Iranian torture guard refused UK citizenship
Britain expands "bigger than burgers" horsemeat tests
Regulator warns Britain 'on the brink' of energy crisis
Scotland 'faces EU funding cut'
Tanker drivers in Scotland vote to strike
Belfast Orange Order warns members over flag protests
One in four Africans attacked in Ireland
 
 

Berlusconi accused of trying to buy votes days before election
After Bulgarian Protests, Prime Minister Resigns
Greek police fire tear gas on anti-austerity protesters
Greece welcomes Hollande with ‘news blackout’
Dutch experiment in legalised prostitution a disaster
Thieves in Belgium pull off most spectacular and dramatic diamond heist in years
Iceland considers dropping its currency
Lawmakers Threaten to Veto Tightened Budget
EU reinforces sanctions against DPRK
To Revive Honey Bees, Europe Proposes a Pesticide Ban
Anti-austerity strike to bring Greece to a standstill
Italy politicians make final drive for votes before poll
 
 

Berlusconi's possible comeback a nightmare for Angela Merkel
Merkel's Rainbow Problem: On Gay Rights, Chancellor Still a Conservative
German Officials Signal Berlusconi Isn't Their Man
Germany Sends Troops to Mali
German police raid firms over Ponzi scheme
Germany: Court Backs Adoption by Same-Sex Couples
Net activists slam Germany's open data portal
NSU victims' families want more than sympathy
Security staff at Hamburg airport to strike Wednesday in pay dispute
Swiss mayoral candidate 'pro-Hamas, pro-Iran'
Outgoing chairman of Switzerland's Novartis foregoes $78 million golden parachute deal
Norway is Afraid of Foreign Spies
 
 

Hollande: French soldier killed in northern Mali
Hollande confirms seven kidnapped in Cameroon
Hollande urges investment in Greece, growth in Europe
Hollande: France will miss 2013 growth target
French Kidnapped in Cameroon Were Taken Into Nigeria
France saw 58 percent rise in anti-Semitic attacks in 2012
Man arrested for serial attacks on Paris Chinese
France to unfreeze development aid to Mali
France Charges 11 In Alleged Kurdish Extortion Ring
 
 
War For Global Energy Supremacy-World War III
Syrian rebels threaten Hezbollah with 48-hour deadline
Syrian military reportedly shoots down Israel drone
US direct military support to Mali likely to continue after elections
Mortars Explode Near Assad Palace in Damascus
Missile kills more than 30 in Syria
Typhoid breaks out in rebel-held eastern Syria
Foreign Arms Supplies to Syrian Rebels Expanding
Pro-Assad militia now key to Syrian government’s war strategy
Russia's double dealing on arms to Assad regime leaves UK isolated over Syria
Syrian Rebels Threaten to Attack Lebanon Over Border Dispute
 
Insight Into Today’s News
Billionaires Continue To Dump Stocks
G20 issues empty declaration against currency wars
Norway Enters The Currency Wars
The Second-Mortgage Shell Game
The Last Liberal Branch of Government
US/NATO occupation of Afghanistan unraveling
Goodbye? We’ve Lost Who We Are?
US Schools Go Into Full Prison Mode
Hornady Addresses Ammo Shortage: We’re working 24/7
US Media Yet Again Conceals Newsworthy Government Secrets
 

Former foreign minister Livni joins Netanyahu coalition
Prisoner X: Benjamin Netanyahu adds to mystery
Secretary Kerry to skip Israel in first trip
Turkey, Israel Cut 1st Defense Deal Since Freezing Ties
Israel Seeks to Curb Weapons Flow to Gaza
West Bank protesters rally for release of deteriorating prisoners
Palestinian Prisoner's Hunger Strike Reaches 211th Day
Fatah Official Warns of Violence if Prisoners Aren't Freed
'Iron Dome' may be instrumental in peace process
Head of Israeli IVF unit arrested in Romania
 
 

 
 

Security deteriorating in Egypt due to political instability
Opposition Sets Conditions For Dialogue With Morsi
Morsi's advisory team less diverse after months of walkouts
Morsi Issues Presidential Decree to Appoint New Mufti
Strike, Protests Hit Egypt's Port Said for 3rd Day
Egyptians protest at Libyan border over new visa rules
Egypt ministry appeals against order to block YouTube
Egypt files new charges against Mubarak's last premier
2 Sunni groups halt roles in Bahrain crisis talks
A Palace Rift in Bahrain Bedevils Key US Navy Base
 

Iran to Conduct Military Drills Over 3 Days
Reformists Meet Khamenei To Improve 'Internal Climate'
Rivals Forced to Apologize to Supreme Leader
Ahmadinejad threat to cancel Iranian poll
Iran Pushes Nuclear-Free Mideast Plans
Syrian Prime Minister Claims Iran is Now “Occupying” Syria
MPs say sovereignty over three Persian Gulf islands is non-negotiable
Iran protests Berlin film award for banned Jafar Panahi
Fatwa Issued Against 3G Internet Operator in Iran
Iran FM Spurns Western 'Gold Trade' Offer
Stung by 'Argo,' Iran Backs Conference Denouncing 'Hollywoodism'
 
 

The State Department's 2017 Trafficking in Persons Report was released earlier this week. Scott Simon talks with Sister Vanaja Jasphine about her efforts to combat such trafficking in Cameroon.


          Vanaja Jasphine Honored For Her Fight Against Human Trafficking    
The State Department's 2017 Trafficking in Persons Report was released earlier this week. Scott Simon talks with Sister Vanaja Jasphine about her efforts to combat such trafficking in Cameroon.
          Israël frappe une position de l’armée en Syrie   
Israël a frappé samedi une position de l’armée syrienne après que deux projectiles en provenance du territoire syrien se sont abattus sur le plateau du Golan occupé par l’Etat hébreu, a annoncé l’armée. « Les forces israéliennes ont ciblé la batterie … Continue reading
          Grooving With Blog Visitor's In The Abroad....   
Hanging out with Blog readers based ''In the Abroad''.... These are the first photos..more coming......... BV CHIM-OMA BV FRAU JULIET BEHIND ARE BVS ROSEFLOWER AND CHIM-OMA IN FRONT IS OUR CAMEROONIAN FRIEND: ANONYMOUS BVS
          Vanaja Jasphine Honored For Her Fight Against Human Trafficking    
The State Department's 2017 Trafficking in Persons Report was released earlier this week. Scott Simon talks with Sister Vanaja Jasphine about her efforts to combat such trafficking in Cameroon.
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          Re: 'Paradise Discovered, At Last'   
I dont know about you but God has been kind and I discovered mine couple of days ago..... I heard from my Rohit last week and we got together the day before....As a matter of fact he,s lying in bed totally pooped out from our encounter after lunch today and we,ve been at it all afternoon...now thats what I call PARADISE. We lost touch with each other soon after school and then bumped into each other in HongKong much later on Nathan Road ,,while I was on a shopping spree with my wife and he with his. In short ,, we exchanged pleasantries and also our business cards. Some days later I had a call from him asking me if we could get together. It was as if I had found KOHINOOR DIAMOND.... I was perplexed and didnt know if it was all a dream or real. To cut a long story short we did meet up in Delhi and got together in Meridian hotel where we stayed for three whole days ...totally freaked out on each other till none of us had even a drop of cum left. We had such wild lovemaking that would put the best of North Africans or Blacks Or whatever to shame. Although both of us were worried about our marital status and although we had initial inhibitions whether it was right or whatever yet we just freaked out and believe u me it was the best time of my life..and his , too ..or so he told me and I could make out he was not shamming. God has his own ways and I discovered this....it was a very pleasant surprise to be together with the guy of my dreams... Now for the extraordinary bit.....For the first time ever after being forewarned about the rigours of AIDS....We both drank each other's cum many times as if we couldnt do without it.....Mind you..No tests no nothing...it was plain simple love.....We both trusted and just gave into each other. Please dont forget that we both are married people and such things are unheard of in India. I have no idea if I,m ill and I,m sure he is no different. But we both made love in good faith..like old times and I have no regrets whatsoever. Our next encounter is scheduled for Dusseldorf in Germany where I,ve invited him to be my guest for 2 weeks and thereafter , if all goes well, I,ll visit him in Paris where he is working as a Marketing manager and living alone. I want everyone to know that I,ve been with some of the best guys from the world over without having to pay a penny ,save for times when I,ve spent on maybe a meal. I,ve never EVER paid a dime for sex and I,ve had the best of guys of all shapes, sizes and colour from all over....and I,ve NEVER EVER been blackmailed by anyone including the dozen odd Nigerians or the dozen odd Ghanaians or cameroonians or kenyans that I went around with.....mind you ....Not ONE. God be with you all. Cheers.
          One killed, two injured as female suicide bombers attack   

One civilian was killed and two others injured Saturday when four female bombers blew themselves up in Cameroon’s Far North,...

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          Female suicide bombers kill one in Cameroon’s Far North   
One civilian was killed and two others injured Saturday when four female bombers blew themselves up in Cameroon’s Far North,...
          Socapalm pleading with Cameroon gov’t to get an increase higher than 30% on the price of palm oil   
On 11 May 2017, the Managing Director of the Société Camerounaise de Palmeraies (Socapalm), Dominique Cornet, made a request to...
          Concerned Ex-seminarians Petition THE VATICAN On Genocide in Anglophone Cameroon(cont..)   
Some concerned Ex-seminarians West of the Mungo have petitioned The Holy sea on the current crisis in the English-Speaking part...
          Vidal says beating Germany would make Chile world's best   

ST. PETERSBURG, Russia — Arturo Vidal and Chile want to be the unofficial world champions.

It may be only the Confederations Cup on the line when Chile faces Germany in Sunday's final, but the combative midfielder wants to claim the bragging rights over his German teammates at Bayern Munich.

It could be the third title in as many years for Chile's golden generation of players. They racked up Copa America wins in 2015 and 2016, beating Lionel Messi's Argentina in both finals, and defeated Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal on penalties in Wednesday's Confederations Cup semifinal.

"We have proven our value on the pitch. We beat Argentina, which is one of the best teams and a few days ago we beat Portugal, the European champion," Vidal said. "So tomorrow, if we win we will be the best team in the world."

Germany coach Joachim Loew said Chile was far outperforming expectations.

"We wonder about how so many good players come from Chile," he said. "If such a small country can take such a prominent role in football ... that's a great, great achievement"

Fatigue could be an issue for a Chile team that has played eight games in a month and went to penalties against Portugal, but Vidal hopes the will to win can make up for any tired legs.

"Our fuel reserves never run empty," he said. "Today we are ahead of the final and the pleasure is a unique situation in football."

Sunday's final will pitch youth against experience, with an experimental Germany side taking on a Chile team that has kept the same key players for several years.

The Confederations Cup is FIFA's dress rehearsal for the World Cup, but for Germany it's an audition.

Loew's young players know they're fighting each other for a chance in next year's World Cup squad, when key players from the victorious 2014 side like Toni Kroos, Mesut Ozil and Thomas Mueller are set to return. The German under-21 team's European Championship win on Friday means younger players are staking a claim to a World Cup place too.

Chile and Germany drew 1-1 in the group stage, with Lars Stindl canceling out Alexis Sanchez's sixth-minute opener for Chile.

Loew said his team was left in "disarray" by Chile's fast-starting, hard-charging style, before recovering later on. He'll rotate his team after Thursday's 4-1 semifinal win over Mexico.

"There will be changes," Loew said. His rotations so far have yielded explosive contributions from formerly fringe players.

Germany's lively start against Mexico was in part due to the speed of right wing back Benjamin Henrichs, who had played just 16 minutes in the group stage. On his only appearance, Kerem Demirbay opened the scoring goal in a 3-1 win over Cameroon, and substitute Amin Younes scored in a late cameo appearance against Mexico.

Loew faced criticism at home ahead of the Confederations Cup for leaving out big-name players.

"I feel vindicated," he said Saturday. "What will happen this year is still on another page. The players who have played here have made a very favorable impression."

Chile coach Juan Antonio Pizzi said his team wouldn't underestimate the young Germans, whose time at top clubs made them wise beyond their years.

"While it is true that because of their age they can seem like beginners or youngsters, they have a lot of experience despite their youth," he said. "That makes them a formidable opponent."

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AP Sports Writer Graham Dunbar also contributed to this story.

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Chile's Arturo Vidal scores a penalty during a shootout at the end of the Confederations Cup, semifinal soccer match between Portugal and Chile, at the Kazan Arena, Russia, Wednesday, June 28, 2017. (AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin)

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Chile's Arturo Vidal celebrates after scoring a penalty during the Confederations Cup, semifinal soccer match between Portugal and Chile, at the Kazan Arena, Russia, Wednesday, June 28, 2017. (AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin)

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Chile's Arturo Vidal, left, tackles Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo during the Confederations Cup, semifinal soccer match between Portugal and Chile, at the Kazan Arena, Russia, Wednesday, June 28, 2017. (AP Photo/Pavel Golovkin)

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Chile's Arturo Vidal attends a news conference at the St. Petersburg Stadium, Russia, Saturday, July 1, 2017. Chile and Germany will play the Confederations Cup final soccer match scheduled for Sunday, July 2, 2017. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)

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Chile coach Juan Antonio Pizzi, right, and midfielder Arturo Vidal attend a news conference at the St. Petersburg Stadium, Russia, Saturday, July 1, 2017. Chile and Germany will play the Confederations Cup final soccer match scheduled for Sunday, July 2, 2017. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)

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          Russia praised for football hosting as doping casts shadow   

ST. PETERSBURG, Russia — Russia won praise on Saturday for a successful World Cup warm-up tournament, though it has faced new questions about past doping issues.

Germany captain Julian Draxler joined FIFA President Gianni Infantino in thanking Russia ahead of the Confederations Cup final on Sunday when the 2014 World Cup winner plays South American champion Chile.

"Thank you for your brilliant organization, for the many helping hands along the way, and for always making us feel safe," Draxler said in a statement published Saturday by the Germany team.

Infantino said later at a news conference in St. Petersburg stadium that "everything ran perfectly" in Russia.

"We were hearing about violence, about incidents, about hooligans, about racism — but we had nothing," Infantino said, referring to pre-tournament questions that have dogged football in the host nation.

Still, the doping shadow cast on Russian sports by a series of World Anti-Doping Agency investigation reports since 2015 also re-emerged during the two-week World Cup dress rehearsal.

FIFA is aware of 155 potentially suspect samples given by players in Russia that need to be tested, WADA-appointed investigator Richard McLaren has told German broadcaster ARD.

Infantino, who was flanked by Russian deputy prime minister Vitaly Mutko, said Saturday he could not set a timetable for Russian cases that the FIFA disciplinary committee must handle arising from McLaren reports.

However, key judgments on the Canadian law professor's allegations against Russia are looming and could be announced within weeks.

An International Olympic Committee panel is preparing to announce its first verdicts involving Russian athletes at the 2014 Winter Games who are suspected of benefiting from a state-backed doping conspiracy operating at the Olympic laboratory in Sochi.

"We are waiting as well for these reports," Infantino acknowledged Saturday.

Though the IOC panel will look only at Sochi Olympic cases, its rulings will help define the integrity of McLaren's evidence and witnesses that Russian officials have repeatedly sought to discredit.

"If something comes out about (football player) samples having been tampered or whatever then there will be sanctions obviously," Infantino said.

Mutko, who chairs the 2018 World Cup organizing committee and was linked in McLaren evidence to covering up one football doping case, again dismissed claims of a government-run program.

"If I perform a Russian dance here in front of you, will you stop asking these questions or not?" he said through a translator.

"We will never let down this respectable and powerful organization," Mutko said earlier, praising FIFA.

In other comments Saturday:

(asterisk)On video review trials in Russia, Infantino acknowledged that referees' ability to communicate their decisions to players and fans is the main focus for improvement.

The FIFA president is a big supporter of video assistance, and believes "nothing is standing in the way" of using it at the World Cup.

(asterisk)Infantino is less sure about the future of the Confederations Cup on FIFA's slate of tournaments: "At this stage there is not more to say."

(asterisk)Around 27,000 non-Russian used Fan IDs at the tournament — the document allowing ticket-holders visa-free entry into Russia. A breakdown by nationality was not given. Fewer than 100 fans from Cameroon or New Zealand could be seen at their games.

Russian organizers said a total of 440,000 Fan IDs had been issued for the 16-game Confederations Cup.

(asterisk)FIFA officials are satisfied that only two yellow cards for dissent were shown in the first 14 games, suggesting that players are more accepting of referees' decisions and authority.

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FIFA President Gianni Infantino, left, and Russian Deputy-Prime minister and head of the World Cup 2018 organizing committee Vitaly Mutko, attend a news conference at the St. Petersburg Stadium, Russia, Saturday, July 1, 2017. Chile and Germany will play the Confederations Cup final soccer match scheduled for Sunday, July 2, 2017. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)

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FIFA President Gianni Infantino speaks during a news conference at the St. Petersburg Stadium, Russia, Saturday, July 1, 2017. Chile and Germany will play the Confederations Cup final soccer match scheduled for Sunday, July 2, 2017. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)

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Russian Deputy-Prime minister and head of the World Cup 2018 organizing committee Vitaly Mutko, attends a news conference at the St. Petersburg Stadium, Russia, Saturday, July 1, 2017. Chile and Germany will play the Confederations Cup final soccer match scheduled for Sunday, July 2, 2017. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)

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FIFA President Gianni Infantino and Russian Deputy-Prime minister and head of the World Cup 2018 organizing committee Vitaly Mutko, foreground, are reflected in a screen during a news conference at the St. Petersburg Stadium, Russia, Saturday, July 1, 2017. Chile and Germany will play the Confederations Cup final soccer match scheduled for Sunday, July 2, 2017. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)
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          Meeting de Paris : Ben Youssef Meïté remporte la finale du 100 m masculin   
Le sprinteur ivoirien Ben Youssef Meïté a remporté, samedi, à Paris (France) la finale du 100 mètres masculin lors de la 7è étape de la ligue de diamant (IAAF Diamond League 2017).Le champion d’Afrique en titre sur 100 m a … Continue reading
          Taekwondo: Ruth Gbagbi, la guerrière africaine sur le toit du monde (Portrait)   
Surnommée la  » guerrière africaine » par les journalistes commentateurs de la World taekwondo fédération (WTF), la jeune internationale ivoirienne de 23 ans, Ruth Marie Christelle Gbagbi a accédé, depuis vendredi, au sommet du taekwondo mondial en décrochant la médaille d’or … Continue reading
          Un nouvel Airbus A320 d’Air Côte d’Ivoire « sera à Abidjan le 18 juillet » (compagnie)   
Un nouvel appareil de type Airbus A320 de Air Côte d’Ivoire « sera à Abidjan le 18 juillet » 2017, a appris APA samedi auprès de la direction générale de la compagnie aérienne nationale. »L’avion sera à Abidjan le 18 juillet », a affirmé … Continue reading
          Un G5 Sahel pour concrétiser une force antitjihadiste, en quête de fonds   
Les chefs d’État du G5 Sahel (Mauritanie, Mali, Burkina Faso, Niger et Tchad), avec le président français Emmanuel Macron, se réunissent dimanche à Bamako pour concrétiser leur projet de force conjointe contre les groupes jihadistes, qui reste à financer. Le … Continue reading
          Communications Analyst at UNDP   
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), helps developing countries attract and use aid effectively. In all our activities, we encourage the protection of human rights, capacity development and the empowerment of women. Job ID: 10831 Location: Maiduguri Grade: SB4 Vacancy Type: Service Contract (SC) Contract Duration: Initial Duration of One Year Background The violence in the North Eastern Nigeria has caused over 27,000 deaths, the displacement of over 2 million people and 2,000 missing persons with spillover effects in the Lake Chad Basin (Chad, Cameroon and Niger). About 50% of the 7 million people in need (Nigeria alone) are located in inaccessible and remote areas and thus limiting the effectiveness of humanitarian and development assistance in affected sites. The ongoing crisis is extremely complex and has had devastating effects on infrastructure and every single endeavor of human life, while further aggravating the weak economic development of the North-East. The goal of recovery efforts therefore needs to be the immediate rebuilding of community resilience webs / networks. UNDP is thus conceiving and implementing early recovery support integrally for IDP's, hosting and home communities, focusing substantively on: 1 repair and restoration / "building back better" of all types of essential infrastructure while generating as much employment as possible 2 support to livelihoods and business 3 support to peace, reconciliation and good governance including return and reintegration of fighters. The UNDP early recovery programme for the North East of Nigeria is managed by the Sub Office in Borno as an integrated area-based programme, combining all pre-existing and future project elements (projects) under one conceptual, programmatic and management umbrella. The complex crisis in North East Nigeria has led to the destruction of the social fabric and community resilience across the region. Duties and Responsibilities Under the guidance and direct supervision of the Head of UNDP Recovery Sub-office in NE Nigeria, the Communications Analyst implements the sub-office communications strategy, as well as provides inputs to the design, management and implementation of the Country Office communications and publication strategies which are geared to influence the development agenda, promote public and media outreach and mobilize political and financial support for UNDP. The Communications Analyst guides and supports project-based communications staff (if any) and works in close collaboration with the sub-office implementation teams, communications staff of other UN Agencies, UNDP HQs staff (Communications Office) and Government officials, international and local media, subject matter experts, multi-lateral and bi-lateral donors and civil society in Maiduguri ensuring the successful implementation of the sub-office communications strategy. A communications strategy tightly linked to program priorities helps position the sub-office in key development markets, notably early recovery and resilience, as a leader in ways that boost demand for various service lines and increase overall business opportunities. Summary of Key Functions Planning and design of internal and external sub-office strategies for communications and outreach. Implementation of the communications, publications and audio-visual knowledge products sub-office strategy and work plans. Supervision and development of sub-office website, social media accounts, intranet and web-based knowledge management systems. Support to business development and resource mobilization for UNDP's early recovery programme. Facilitation of knowledge building and knowledge sharing. 1.) Ensures planning and design of internal and external sub-office strategies for communications and outreach focusing on the achievement of the following results: Preparation and conduct of communications needs assessments for the sub-office. Drafting/editing of sub-office communications and outreach strategy in line with the CO communications strategy. Analysis of requirements and synthesis of proposals on ways to integrate advocacy and communications strategies into all aspects of UNDP's programme development and implementation. 2.) Ensures implementation of the communications, publications and audio-visual knowledge products sub-office strategy and work plans focusing on the achievement of the following results: Implementation of the communications, publications and audio-visual knowledge products sub-office strategy. Identification of storylines for publications and drafting of substantive articles contributing to debates on key early recovery and resilience issues. In consultation with relevant sub-office units, co-ordinate with communications solutions agencies (creative agencies, film-makers and radio content production agencies, PR agencies, media agencies, design studios for creative outputs), for scheduling of tasks, execution as per timelines and plans. Review and processing of product development up to completion stage. Co-ordinate with sub-office teams for timely effective implementation of mass media plans, collate and document feedback on impact-oriented success stories and follow-up with external agencies for corrective course of action, when necessary. 3.) Supervision and development of sub-office webpage, social media accounts, intranet and web-based knowledge management systems focusing on the achievement of the following results: Supervision of the design and maintenance of the office web sites based on CO and corporate requirements in cooperation with CO communications and ICT staff. Preparation of the content for websites, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts to ensure consistency of the materials. 4.) Support to business development and resource mobilization for UNDP's early recovery programme focusing on achievement of the following results: Packaging and submission of programme initiatives, proposals and reports for donor review in collaboration with sub-office staff and supervisor. Maintenance of increased coverage and understanding of the UNDP's early recovery work in the country through regular media contacts and provision of newsworthy information to national public and, where possible, donors. Organization of roundtable discussions, press conferences, briefing sessions, interviews, launches, etc. Ensures access for journalists to subject matter experts as well as organizing media field missions to ensure appropriate visibility for UNDP early recovery and resilience work in Nigeria. Drafting/production of regular newsletter to donors. Preparation of donor reports, civic education and community awareness where appropriate to support projects Effective responses to inquiries for public information materials. 5.) Ensures facilitation of knowledge building and sharing focusing on achievement of the following results: Identification and synthesis of best practices and lessons learned linked to early recovery and resilience. Sound contributions to knowledge networks and communities of practice including corporate communications repositories. Provide writing, editorial and design support for communication and public information needs of the sub-office and outreach-oriented reports and documents. Impact of Results The key results have an impact on creation of effective communications and dissemination of information on UNDP as UN's global development network. In particular, the key results have an impact on implementation of UNDP communications and publication strategies with a view to delivering sustained visibility among domestic audiences of UNDP early recovery programmes and projects in NE Nigeria, as well as reaching resource mobilization targets. Competencies Functional Competencies: Advocacy/Advancing a Policy-Oriented Agenda Preparing information for advocacy: Identifies and communicates relevant information for a variety of audiences for advocating UNDP's mandate Maintains a functioning network of contacts with a variety of stakeholders to promote a better understanding of UNDP's mandate and to support advocacy efforts Building Strategic Partnerships Maintaining a network of contacts: Maintains an established network of contacts for general information sharing and to remain up-to-date on partnership related issues Analyzes and selects materials for strengthening strategic alliances with partners and stakeholders Establishes and nurtures positive communication with partners Promoting Organizational Learning and Knowledge Sharing Basic research and analysis: Generates new ideas and approaches, researches best practices and proposes new, more effective ways of doing things Documents and analyses innovative strategies and new approaches Job Knowledge/Technical Expertise Fundamental knowledge of own discipline: Understands and applies fundamental concepts and principles of a professional discipline or technical specialty relating to the position Possesses basic knowledge of organizational policies and procedures relating to the position and applies them consistently in work tasks Analyzes the requirements and synthesizes proposals Strives to keep job knowledge up-to-date through self-directed study and other means of learning Demonstrates good knowledge of information technology and applies it in work assignments Creating Visibility for UNDP/Supporting UNDP's Capacity to Advocate Research and data analysis: Promotes awareness of UNDP's centrally to development through dissemination of information and materials Maintains networks and knowledge assets for use in visibility and image activities Global Leadership and Advocacy for UNDP's Goals Preparing information for global advocacy: Identifies and communicates relevant information for advocacy for UNDP's goals for a variety of audiences Maintains a functioning network of contacts in the media and civil society, to promote a better understanding of UNDP's mandate and to support advocacy efforts Conceptual Innovation in the Provision of Technical Expertise Research and analysis: Keeps updated in his/her area of substantive expertise Identifies opportunities for conceptual innovation Client Orientation Establishing effective client relationships: Researches potential solutions to internal and external client needs and reports back in a timely, succinct and appropriate fashion Organizes and prioritizes work schedule to meet client needs and deadlines Establishes, builds and sustains effective relationships within the work unit and with internal and external clients Core Competencies: Demonstrating/safeguarding ethics and integrity Demonstrate corporate knowledge and sound judgment Self-development, initiative-taking Acting as a team player and facilitating team work Facilitating and encouraging open communication in the team, communicating effectively Creating synergies through self-control Managing conflict Learning and sharing knowledge and encourage the learning of others. Promoting learning and knowledge management/sharing is the responsibility of each staff member. Informed and transparent decision making Required Skills and Experience Education: Master's degree in Media Relations, Journalism, Publishing Experience: 2 years of relevant experience at the national or international level in public relations, communications or advocacy. Previous experience with a multilateral or international organization is helpful but not mandatory. Experience in the usage of computers and office software packages, good knowledge and experience in handling of web-based management systems. Language Requirements: Proficiency in both oral and written English Knowledge of local language is an advantage
          WASH Project Manager at Solidarites International   
Solidarites International - For over 35 years, the humanitarian aid organization Solidarites International has been committed to providing aid in the event of conflict and natural disasters. Our mission is to provide aid as quickly and as efficiently as possible to endangered populations by meeting their vital needs: drinking water, food and shelter. Location: Ngala, Borno About the Mission SI started a program in Borno State with funding from DG ECHO and OFDA. The goal of the program was to address the immediate needs of populations affected by the current political and military crisis. These projects have been followed by extensions from April 2017, including the area of Dikwa. A WASH response is provided to displaced and host communities in Maiduguri suburbs, IDP camps and soon host communities of Monguno town and IDP camps in Dikwa. Water access is being improved through drilling and borehole rehabilitation. Sanitation and environment health is tackled through latrine construction and hygiene promotion. Moreover, emergency shelter kits are planned to be distributed in Dikwa to new IDP arrivals and 150 transitional shelters to be built in Monguno. In Ngala, SI developed a first WASH intervention remotely from Maiduguri in Ngala IDP camp and plans now to open a base in Cameroon (Fotokol), with regular movements to Ngala which is 10 minutes by car in order to support IDPs in camps and host communities. The state of Borno gathers alone the largest part of internally displaced persons (1,7 million). About 1,4 million displaced people are in need of aid assistance in Borno. Access is a significant challenge and some programs are monitored remotely. Besides, a high number of aid actors are now operating in the area and coordination is still weak. IDPs in host communities: IDPs in host communities represent the vast majority of displaced people living in Maiduguri (92%). Situation in host communities is not homogenous and despite the efforts of the humanitarian community, there is no comprehensive assessment that could catch the picture in the entire city. Many areas are not covered by humanitarian assistance and some are still not assessed. In the different LGAs, information on host communities are insufficient and needs are not well enough identified. Camp like settings: Majority of IDPs live in camp-like settings, protected by the army and with restriction of movements, even if some movements outside the settlement are authorized in the majority of the camps to allow IDPs to carry out livelihood activities. Humanitarian situation is critical with basic needs not covered for IDPs. WASH facilities are not enough, WFP food funds are reaching their maximum covering 1.3 millions persons and health structures are not enough in capacity to cover all the needs. Water supply situation varies from one settlement to another with some of them having access to a few functioning boreholes and others being dependent on water trucking. RUWASSA (Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Agency) is active in some of those areas to drill or rehabilitate boreholes. Malnutrition rates are way higher than the emergency rates and according to the "cadre harmonisé", 50 000 people could be in situation of famine. Organization of the mission The Nigeria mission is currently stabilizing its opening process. Due to projects' expansion, a substantial increase in base staffing is ongoing. The mission has a coordination team based in Maiduguri, operational bases in Maiduguri, Monguno, Dikwa and soon in Fotokol. The program coordination team is constituted of a Deputy Country Director, WASH and Shelter advisors, a MEAL advisor and a grant manager. In Maiduguri the team is currently composed of one Field Coordinator, a project Manager, a Base Logistician and an Administrator. The Dikwa base is opening and is composed of one Administrative and Logistics Base Manager, one Wash activity responsible and will host the current opened position of MultiSectorial Program Manager. The Monguno base is composed of an Administrative and Logistics Base Manager and a Project Manager. About the Job The Wash program manager is responsible for implementing and achieving the objectives defined in the operation proposals in Ngala. (S)he is responsible for overseeing operational teams assigned to the program. (S)he guarantees the good performance and the quality of the program(s) implemented, and, where appropriate, proposes adjustments or developments to ensure relevance. Your Profile Education: Academic and practical knowledge of water, sanitation and hygiene. Master's Degree in Project Management or Social Sciences or other related fields, ideally completed with a certificate/training in project management. Experience: Minimum of 2 years of international experience, preferably in emergency or humanitarian contexts; experience in sensitive environments (post-conflict, conflict), IDP/refugee camp experience is an added value. Technical skills and knowledge: Perfect knowledge of the project cycle management. Management of teams, especially multicultural, patience, diplomacy, tact and sensitivity in working in tense environments and capacity to analyze and report on security situation; good social skills to work as part of a large team. Transferable skills: Experience in training a small team. Languages: Good English and French command (spoken and written) essential; Haussa and Kanuri a strong asset. Other desirable qualities: Autonomy - Sense of diplomacy SI Will Offer A salaried post: According to experience from 1600 euros gross per month, plus 10% annual leave allowance paid monthly, and a monthly Per Diem. Accompanied with 600 usd monthly per diem. Social and medical cover: Expatriates benefit from an insurance package which reimburses all healthcare expenses (including medical and surgical expenses, dental care and ophthalmological expenses, repatriation) and a welfare system including war risks. Essential vaccination and antimalarial treatment costs are refunded. Vacation: During the assignment, the expatriate is entitled to R&R every three months: two weeks at three months with a 500 euro allowance and two weeks at six months with a plane ticket back home covered by Solidarités. After 6 weeks one the field, expatriate will be encouraged to take 1 week in Abuja (3 days off and 2 days in office)
          Logistician/Administrator at Solidarites International   
Solidarites International - For over 35 years, the humanitarian aid organization Solidarites International has been committed to providing aid in the event of conflict and natural disasters. Our mission is to provide aid as quickly and as efficiently as possible to endangered populations by meeting their vital needs: drinking water, food and shelter. Location: Ngala, Borno About the Mission SI started a program in Borno State with funding from DG ECHO and OFDA. The goal of the program was to address the immediate needs of populations affected by the current political and military crisis. These projects have been followed by extensions from April 2017, including the area of Dikwa. A WASH response is provided to displaced and host communities in Maiduguri suburbs, IDP camps and soon host communities of Monguno town and IDP camps in Dikwa. Water access is being improved through drilling and borehole rehabilitation. Sanitation and environment health is tackled through latrine construction and hygiene promotion. Moreover, emergency shelter kits are planned to be distributed in Dikwa to new IDP arrivals and 150 transitional shelters to be built in Monguno. In Ngala, SI developed a first WASH intervention remotely from Maiduguri in Ngala IDP camp and plans now to open a base in Cameroon (Fotokol), with regular movements to Ngala which is 10 minutes by car in order to support IDPs in camps and host communities. The state of Borno gathers alone the largest part of internally displaced persons (1,7 million). About 1,4 million displaced people are in need of aid assistance in Borno. Access is a significant challenge and some programs are monitored remotely. Besides, a high number of aid actors are now operating in the area and coordination is still weak. IDPs in Host Communities: IDPs in host communities represent the vast majority of displaced people living in Maiduguri (92%). Situation in host communities is not homogenous and despite the efforts of the humanitarian community, there is no comprehensive assessment that could catch the picture in the entire city. Many areas are not covered by humanitarian assistance and some are still not assessed. In the different LGAs, information on host communities are insufficient and needs are not well enough identified. Camp like Settings: Majority of IDPs live in camp-like settings, protected by the army and with restriction of movements, even if some movements outside the settlement are authorized in the majority of the camps to allow IDPs to carry out livelihood activities. Humanitarian situation is critical with basic needs not covered for IDPs. WASH facilities are not enough, WFP food funds are reaching their maximum covering 1.3 millions persons and health structures are not enough in capacity to cover all the needs. Water supply situation varies from one settlement to another with some of them having access to a few functioning boreholes and others being dependent on water trucking. RUWASSA (Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Agency) is active in some of those areas to drill or rehabilitate boreholes. Malnutrition rates are way higher than the emergency rates and according to the "cadre harmonisé", 50 000 people could be in situation of famine. Organization of the Mission The Nigeria mission is currently stabilizing its opening process. Due to projects' expansion, a substantial increase in base staffing is ongoing. The mission has a coordination team based in Maiduguri, operational bases in Maiduguri, Monguno, Dikwa and soon in Fotokol. The program coordination team is constituted of a Deputy Country Director, WASH and Shelter advisors, a MEAL advisor and a grant manager. In Maiduguri the team is currently composed of one Field Coordinator, a project Manager, a Base Logistician and an Administrator. The Dikwa base is opening and is composed of one Administrative and Logistics Base Manager, one Wash activity responsible and will host the current opened position of MultiSectorial Program Manager. The Monguno base is composed of an Administrative and Logistics Base Manager and a Project Manager. About the Job The base manager ensures the representation of Solidarités International by order of the head of mission on a base or in a geographic zone. He/she is in charge of life on the base and ensures good communication between the different services. He/she is the security referent on the base, and he/she ensures compliance with all of Solidarités International's rules and procedures. Under the supervision of the administrative coordinator and of the Logistics Coordinator, he carries out administrative, accounting, financial and logistics management of his/her base, in compliance with donor and SOLIDARITES International procedures. He/she organizes logistics and administrative support to the programs and the Administrator - Logistician is charged with ensuring that Solidarités International's Human Resources policy is properly implemented as well as of the supervision of all the logistics and administrative activities at the base level. He supports monitors and trains the members of his administrative team. Your Profile Education: Bachelor degree in accounting, administration, and/or logistic or related field and at least one year proven experience in administrative, financial and logistics management. Experience: Minimum of 2 years of international experience, preferably in emergency or humanitarian contexts; experience in sensitive environments (post-conflict, conflict), IDP/refugee camp experience is an added value. Technical Skills and Knowledge: Knowledge in administrative, human resources and financial management. Knowledge in procurement, fleet (car) and premises (energy, ICT, security) management. Knowledge of Solidarites International rules and procedures in terms of all human resources, financial and logistic matters (finance, accountancy, cash management, HR processes, purchase process...) preferred. Software to manage: SAGA - HOMERE and Excel; Transferable Skills: Management of teams, especially multicultural, patience, diplomacy, tact and sensitivity in working in tense environments and capacity to analyze and report on security situation; good social skills to work as part of a large team. Languages: Good English and French command (spoken and written) essential; Hausa and Kanuri a strong asset. Other desirable qualities: Autonomy - Sense of diplomacy SI Will Offer A salaried post: According to experience from 1800 euros gross per month, plus 10% annual leave allowance paid monthly, and a monthly Per Diem. Accompanied with 600 Usd monthly per diem. Social and medical cover: Expatriates benefit from an insurance package which reimburses all healthcare expenses (including medical and surgical expenses, dental care and ophthalmological expenses, repatriation) and a welfare system including war risks. Essential vaccination and antimalarial treatment costs are refunded. Vacation: During the assignment, the expatriate is entitled to R&R every three months: two weeks at three months with a 500 euro allowance and two weeks at six months with a plane ticket back home covered by Solidarités. After 6 weeks one the field, expatriate will be encouraged to take 1 week in Abuja (3 days off and 2 days in office)
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          BREAKING!! This Is The Real Reason Why France Supported Biafra During Nigerian Civil War   
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A controversial French support to Biafra as it fought to break away from Nigeria between 1967 and 1970 was not in defence of Biafra’s secession cause — even though it had a humanitarian appeal.
Instead, it was based on that European country’s desire to have access to the region’s oil, recently-declassified war-time memos compiled by the U.S. Central Investigation Agency, CIA, say.
“France supported Biafra because of the oil and ERAP, but not the Ibo revolution,” said Jean Mauricheau-Beaupre, French secretary general for African and Malagasy Affairs, referring to Emergency Response Action Plan, ERAP.
The February 10, 1969 memo quotes Mr. Mauricheau-Beaupre, the equivalent of a minister at the time, as saying French support was merely given to a “handful of Biafra bourgeoisie in return for oil”.
As the hope of Biafra breaking away increasingly seemed lost, the French minister ruled out the possibility of a guerilla war in the region, saying there was no popular support in the region.
“The real Ibo mentality is much farther to the left than that of Ojukwu and even if we had won, there would have been the problem of keeping him in power in the face of leftist infiltration,” he said, referring to the Biafran warlord, Chukwuemeka Ojukwu.
At a time renewed agitation for a Biafran state has reached an extraordinarily feverish pitch, the declassified American intelligence shed light on how external interests largely shaped a three-year atrocious war that left over a one million Nigerians dead 50 years ago.
Amongst nations that took sides in the war, only France, Gabon, Tanzania and Ivory Coast openly backed Biafra, at that time comprising present south east and parts of south south Nigerian states.
The federal government received help mainly from the United Kingdom and Russia, as it struggled to thwart Biafra’s exit.
Both sides received huge cash support, arms and ammunition, and relief materials from their backers.
Altogether, France sent $30 million worth of material to Biafra, and lent then Ivory Coast’s President Houphouet-Boigny $3 million to aid Biafra operations, said then French Minister of National Defense, Michel Debre, and Mr. Mauricheau-Beauprea, according to the diplomatic cables.
Details of French arms supplies remain classified till date.
But the CIA file said on January 13, 1970, as the war wound down, Mr. Mauricheau-Beaupre and Mr. Debre, the national defence minister, decided to remove stocks of French-supplied arms and divide same to French bases at Douala and Abidjan.
France resolved there was no chance of supporting a Biafran guerrilla resistance, CIA noted.
“The rationale for this position as expressed by Mauricheau-Beaupre to individuals concerned with executing Biafran operations was as follows: ‘France supported Biafra because of the oil and ERAP, but not the Ibo revolution,” the cable said.
The telegram containing these intelligence was forwarded to U.S. President Richard Nixon’s deputy assistant for national security affair.
Richard Helms, the director of CIA at the time, said there was “cynicism on the part of the French” to support a Biafran guerrilla resistance.
Later, the CIA noted the war had stalemated with federal troops surrounding the Biafran enclave. Yet, it analysed that despite the federal military’s superiority in personnel and material, there was “very little prospect that either side, by itself, can win militarily in the next six months unless Biafra’s arms supply is cut off”.
“A prolonged stale-mate or ceasefire could well result in the replacement of the present moderate leadership by military leaders who would be proponents of a ruthless, all out military victory and less concerned about international opinion,” the CIA said of the military ruler, Yakubu Gowon.
It also noted that Mr. Ojukwu, a former lieutenant colonel, had the strong support of a people who seemed determined to win self-determination.
“The Biafran leaders have successfully—-if cynically—exploited the issue of starvation to win political sympathy abroad. They believe time is on their side and that either (a) the FMG coalition will collapse or (b) outside sympathy for their plight will bring about a solution favourable to them,” it wrote.
Foreign powers and interests
The CIA said the British government supported the federal military government with “non-sophisticated arms sales”, while the Soviets became a major arms suppliers at the outset of the war.
The U.S. on its part embargoed arms sales to both sides, in a war that also created opportunity for influence peddling between the west and the east.
“The FMG gives frequent assurances that the Soviet involvement is only a matter of wartime necessity and portends no political realignment of Nigeria’s traditional pro-Western stance. We have no evidence that the FMG has thus far granted any significant political concessions in return for Soviet arms. However, Soviet prestige and acceptance has increased,” the CIA wrote.  

“Soviet intentions are unclear. They probably consider Nigeria a target of opportunity to extend their influence at Western expense and relatively little cost to themselves. Whether requested or not, they have not gone beyond the provision of military equipment, including aircraft and the training of pilots.”
“Although disappointed and perhaps somewhat embarrassed–at slow FMG military progress, they appear willing to continue their support in the belief that prolonged fighting and FMG frustrations will increase the political value of their help,” the report said of Russia.
At the Organization of African Unity (OAU), all but four members (Ivory Coast, Gabon, Tanzania, Zambia, that recognized Biafra in 1968), shifted support to the Federal Military Government by 1969 and regarded the civil war as an internal question which should be solved within an African (OAU) frame-work.
For the United Nations, there was no role for it in the war, beyond the participation by UNICEF and other specialized agencies in the relief effort.
The U.S. said it regarded the civil war as primarily a Nigerian and African problem, but continued to recognise the FMG; imposed an arms embargo on both sides; contributed $30 million to the international relief effort; voiced political support for a negotiated settlement in the context of one Nigeria with workable safeguards for Ibo protection.
The French decision to supply arms clandestinely to Biafra probably saved the rebellion when it appeared near defeat last summer, the CIA cable noted, saying President De Gaulleʼs motives were mixed.
First, France hoped to acquire British and American oil concessions in the oil-rich Niger Delta, and could have been motivated by the possibility of the breaking up of an Anglophone federation which could have exerted a powerful influence in a West Africa it had strong interests.
“So far, the French have stopped short of outright recognition. They deny giving arms. We simply do not know how far the French are prepared to go in support of Biafran independence,” the U.S. said.
Ojukwu’s first destination revealed
Mr. Ojukwu fled as the stronghold city of Enugu fell under federal control. The CIA said his first stop was Gabon, contrary to the commonly known fact that he travelled to Ivory Coast.
In Libreville, the Gabonese capital, Mr. Ojukwu lived in a private villa and told French agents he departed Nigeria according to the wishes of his general staff, Phillip Effiong, and to spare his people from extermination.
Christopher Onyekwelu, Biafran finance representative in Europe and brother-in- law of Mr. Ojukwu, was given a round-trip ticket to Libreville on January 13 by the French general secretariat for African and Malagasy Affairs in Paris.
He was to join Mr. Ojukwu in Libreville a day later. Separately, C.C. Mojekwu, Biafra’s representative in Lisbon, Portugal, also departed by air for Libreville.
Later, French secretary general for African and Malagasy Affairs, Jacques Foccart, left Yaoundé where he was attending Cameroon’s tenth anniversary celebrations to meet with Mr. Ojukwu in Libreville.
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          Lion Blesse - Eding Sport FC   
Lion Blesse v Eding Sport Cameroon Division 1 A game here from the top flight in Cameroon, top versus bottom. Incredibly, Lion Blesse have not scored a goal at home this season. You have to go back until May 2016 to find he last time they found the...
          African BAMILEKE Passport Mask, Cameroon - Cherry Colored Horn Beads - Mali Spindle Whorl Necklace - OOAK by beadartaustria   

360.00 EUR

This is one of my most outstanding creations.

I have used an African clay passport mask to make this necklace. The necklace itself repeats the colors of the mask, grey and red. The cherry red beads are dyed horn beads, rey are the very old spindle whorls from Mali, highlighting the assembly are Tuareg metal beads, Tuareg ebony beads with silver inlay, and etched agate.

Intrigiung point: the tresses are coiled snakes !

I think it is a DAN mask but would be happy to be corrected...

and I have been corrected. it is a mask from Cameroon, Bamileke tribe




The necklace is HEAVY ! But is an absolute eyecatcher.

Size of mask 15 x 11 cm

length of necklace measured including the mask, just below the tresses 61 cm

total weight 406 grams

Would also be great as wall decoration.


          Dragon Club de Yaounde v Aigle Royal de la Menoua   
Football Matches - Cameroonese Elite One - 2017-07-02 15:30
          Union Sportive de Douala v Apejes de Mfou   
Football Matches - Cameroonese Elite One - 2017-07-02 15:30
          Boko Haram fighters found posing as refugees – Nigeria   

KANO, Nigeria – Boko Haram fighters have been found among refugees returning to northeast Nigeria from neighboring Cameroon, the Borno State Emergency Management Agency said on Saturday, July 1.

"At least 9 Boko Haram insurgents and 100 accomplices were identified among 920 Nigerian refugees who returned from Marwa in Cameroon on Wednesday," ...

          AIMS Rwanda Graduation 2017   
The African institute for mathematical Sciences Rwanda Centre graduated its first ever cohort of students at a graduation ceremony held at the AIMS center in Kigali, Rwanda on 22nd June  2017 Forty-four students from 10 African countries, namely; Cameroon, Rwanda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Sudan, Burundi, Nigeria, Zambia, Kenya and Tanzania received their Master’s of Science in Mathematical Sciences ...
          Refugees from Boko Haram violence rebuild their lives in Mubi   
The city of Mubi is strategically located close to the Yedseram river, 10 kilometers (6 miles) from Cameroon’s northern border. It is a place bustling with energy and activity: the old trade metropolis is one of three cities in Nigeria with the fastest economic growth. In October 2014, the city, with a population of 200,000 inhabitants,...
          Cameroon:- Stanley Enow – Adore You Featuring Mr Eazi [ Video ]   
Stanley Enow – Adore You ft. Mr Eazi. Motherland Empire is back again with thrilling vibes as it releases it’s very anticipated musical collaboration by African Music Sensation, Stanley Enow Feat Ghanian-Nigerian born artist, Mr. Eazi titled ‘Adore You‘. ADORE YOU reveals that very affectionate and hidden side of STANLEY ENOW seen expressing his deep admiration for strong and independent […]
          First evidence of lymphatic filariasis transmission interruption in Cameroon: Progress towards elimination   
by Hugues C. Nana-Djeunga, Magellan Tchouakui, Guy R. Njitchouang, Jules B. Tchatchueng-Mbougua, Philippe Nwane, André Domche, Jean Bopda, Stève Mbickmen-Tchana, Julie Akame, Ann Tarini, Emilienne Epée, Benjamin D. Biholong, Yaobi Zhang, Jean J. Tougoue, Achille Kabore, Flobert Njiokou, Joseph Kamgno Background Lymphatic filariasis (LF) is among the 10 neglected tropical diseases targeted for control or … Continua la lettura di First evidence of lymphatic filariasis transmission interruption in Cameroon: Progress towards elimination
          Practices and promises of Facebook for science outreach: Becoming a “Nerd of Trust”   
by Craig R. McClain Arguably, the dissemination of science communication has recently entered a new age in which science must compete for public attention with fake news, alternate facts, and pseudoscience. This clash is particularly evident on social media. Facebook has taken a prime role in disseminating fake news, alternate facts, and pseudoscience, but is … Continua la lettura di Practices and promises of Facebook for science outreach: Becoming a “Nerd of Trust”
          Elimination of mother-to-child transmission of HIV and Syphilis (EMTCT): Process, progress, and program integration   
by Melanie Taylor, Lori Newman, Naoko Ishikawa, Maura Laverty, Chika Hayashi, Massimo Ghidinelli, Razia Pendse, Lali Khotenashvili, Shaffiq Essajee Melanie Taylor and colleagues discuss progress towards eliminating vertical transmission of HIV and syphilis. Tratto da: www.plos.org. All site content, except where otherwise noted, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY) license.
          Modelled health benefits of a sugar-sweetened beverage tax across different socioeconomic groups in Australia: A cost-effectiveness and equity analysis   
by Anita Lal, Ana Maria Mantilla-Herrera, Lennert Veerman, Kathryn Backholer, Gary Sacks, Marjory Moodie, Mohammad Siahpush, Rob Carter, Anna Peeters Background A sugar-sweetened beverage (SSB) tax in Mexico has been effective in reducing consumption of SSBs, with larger decreases for low-income households. The health and financial effects across socioeconomic groups are important considerations for policy-makers. … Continua la lettura di Modelled health benefits of a sugar-sweetened beverage tax across different socioeconomic groups in Australia: A cost-effectiveness and equity analysis
          Cameroun: Reconfiguration du capital de la société d'électricité ENEO   
[Camer.be] La société Energy of Cameroon (ENEO), filiale du holding britannique Actis, a procédé à la reconfiguration de son capital, avec l'entrée du personnel dans l'actionnariat à hauteur de 5%, pour une enveloppe de 3,2 milliards de francs CFA, a-t-on appris vendredi de sources internes à l'entreprise.
          More than 650 million liters of beer sold in Cameroon in 2016   
  Cameroonians are amongst the highest consumers of alcohol in Africa, without a doubt. According to Invest in Cameroon, more...
          Cameroon:Gov’t promisses Patients suffering from kidney failures  after protest in Yaounde   
After a protest by patients affected by hemodialysis, on June 29 at the General Hospital of Yaoundé,  the Minister of...
          Cameroon-Vivien Foé’s Death:Widow convinced her husband was Sacrificed.   
Fourteen (14) years after the death of Marc Vivien Foé who died during the semi-final of the Confederations Cup against...
          Female suicide bombers from the "Boko Haram" murdered people and other northern Cameroon gestational   
Female suicide bombers from the "Boko Haram" murdered people and other northern Cameroon gestational Alsumaria News / Baghdad blew up four female suicide bombers themselves in the far north of Cameroon , the repeated attacks of the area group " Boko Haram ", killing one person and wounding two others. French agency quoted a source close to the local security services, that haram Mora City, strategic location in the war , the Cameroonian authorities on the elements ...
          Elephantiasis on the decline in Cameroon   
Lymphatic filariasis -- a parasitic infection commonly known as elephantiasis -- is among the 10 neglected tropical diseases that the World Health Organization is aiming to eliminate by 2020. In Cameroon, large-scale annual mass drug administration efforts are successfully curbing rates of LF, researchers now report.
          Macron in Mali for diplomatic push on Sahel anti-jihadist force   
BAMAKO: French President Emmanuel Macron on Sunday threw his weight behind a planned Sahel force to fight jihadists on a lightning visit to Mali but told countries in the region their efforts had to bear fruit.

Faced with a growing number of jihadist attacks in central Mali which have also hit neighbouring Burkina Faso and Niger, the so-called G5 Sahel nations have moved to set up a regional force to tackle the threat.

The aim is to combat the wave of Islamist bombings, shootings and kidnappings in the Sahel, the region just south of the Sahara.

Nusrat al-Islam wal Muslimeen – an alliance of Al-Qaeda-allied Sahel groups – on Saturday offered a reminder of the jihadist threat by releasing a proof-of-life video of six foreign hostages.

Joining the heads of state of Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Mauritania and Niger at a summit in Bamako, Macron hailed the initiative as "a dynamic, a groundswell which France is proud to back".

But, he said, "it will be up to you and your armed forces to demonstrate that the G5 can be effective while respecting humanitarian conventions. The results have to be there to convince your partners."

The force, which will initially count some 5,000 troops, will begin its operations in Mali, Burkina Faso and Niger with Macron saying he wants it to be operational by the end of August.

"The important thing is that the joint force be fully operational by autumn, with the initial funds unlocked ... and exhibit first signs of success," he said.

With a base in Sevare in central Mali, the force will work alongside France's 4,000-strong Operation Barkhane as well as with MINUSMA, the UN peacekeeping operation in Mali.

'Essential in our eyes'

At a news conference with Macron, Malian President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita said the leaders had agreed on a budget of €423 million.

"Each of our states will make a €10-million contribution," he said, noting that the question of funding had taken precedence at the closed-door talks.

The European Union has already made an initial €50-million pledge which Macron said was "the start of a long-term commitment".

On June 21, the UN Security Council adopted a resolution backing the joint counterterror operation.

"This is a major step for Sahel security, essential in our eyes," Macron told a crowd of French expatriates in Bamako on Sunday.

Macron is also hoping for extra support from Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium and the United States, and said he hoped it would be possible to make a French-German funding commitment after talks in Paris on July 13.

Although Chad's military is widely viewed as the strongest of the five Sahel nations, President Idriss Deby has said his country cannot afford to mobilise large numbers of troops simultaneously for the UN peacekeeping mission and also in the new force.

Deby and Macron also discussed the financial issue on the sidelines of the Bamako summit, with the French and Malian leaders both saying the Chadian president had been reassured by the talks.

Laboratory for coordination

France intervened in Mali 2013 to chase out Al-Qaeda-linked jihadists who had overtaken key northern cities. A year later, that mission evolved into Operation Barkhane with an anti-terror mandate stretching across the Sahel.

The new Sahel force will support national armies trying to catch jihadists across porous frontiers, and its operations will be closely coordinated with Barkhane, a source in the French presidency told AFP.

Analysts have compared the new force with the Multinational Joint Task Force battling Boko Haram in the Lake Chad region, comprising troops from Benin, Cameroon, Chad, Niger and Nigeria.

But the G5 Sahel force will face other problems, with the inherent weakness of the armed forces in Burkina Faso and Mali, while Chad and Niger are already engaged on multiple fronts, said Rinaldo Depagne of the International Crisis Group.

The three-nation border of Liptako-Gourma between Burkina, Mali and Niger, will become a "laboratory" where French forces will work with them before bringing Chad and Mauritania into the mix, he predicted.

The G5 Sahel force's top commander, Malian general Didier Dacko, has said each country's contingent would initially operate on its own soil and gradually shift focus to their mutual borders. — AFP
          Hugo Broos says Cameroon are living on past successes   

          Confederations Cup: Australia, Cameroon draw 1-1, chances of knockout stages hit   

          Confederations Cup: Late buses, busy roads disrupt Cameroon team plans in Russia   

          NIG vs CAM: Change of date won’t affect Eagles – Chukwu   

Former Super Eagles coach, Christian Chukwu, has assured that change of date and time of Super Eagles’ Russia 2018 World Cup qualifiers game against the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon, will not have any effect on the outcome of the game. FIFA on Friday confirmed that the Eagles will take on Cameroon on August 31 in […]

The post NIG vs CAM: Change of date won’t affect Eagles – Chukwu appeared first on New Telegraph Online.


          Transport system in N’Djamena   

N’Djamena is the capital city of Chad with a population of over 1.092 million people and an area of over 100 km².  It lies directly on the border of Cameroon, and is located on the confluence of the Chari and Logone rivers. The city is the eastern terminus of the Trans-Sahelian Highway, and is linked ...

The post Transport system in N’Djamena appeared first on Fortune of Africa Chad.


          Cameroun – Dr Ernest Simo (Chercheur à la NASA): «Il faut accepter la double nationalité»   
Parlant des points de divergence qui ont le plus souvent marqués la relation qu’entretient le
Cameroun et sa diaspora, le Dr Ernest Simo pense la double nationalité profite au pays d’origine.
Chercheur à la Nasa le Dr Ernest Simo fait partie des camerounais résidant à l’étranger qui ont été invités par le Gouvernement pour assister au Forum de la diaspora 2017, baptisé «Fodias». Approché par le quotidien Le Jour édition du 30 juin 2017 et interrogé sur la question de la double nationalité qui a toujours fait problème au Cameroun, le Dr Ernest Simo contrairement à bon nombre de ses concitoyens ne voit pas d’un mauvais œil ce phénomène. «Ce problème n’est pas nouveau au Cameroun. L’expérience montre que la double nationalité a toujours profité aux pays d’origine. On peut prendre le cas d’israël par exemple avec sa diaspora dispersée à travers le monde. On a vu comment cette diaspora a recréé un Etat moderne très puissant et fort sur la scène internationale. Israël est également une grande puissance économique. On peut multiplier par cent de pareils exemples. Au Mexique, il y a un Ministère dédié à la diaspora avec tout un département d’accueil. Nous sommes en Afrique et n’oublions pas que c’est avec deux bras qu’on lave le corps. Je pense que la main qui est à l’étranger a une expérience certaine. Cette main se dresse comme un complément de celle restée au pays. La vraie compétence c’est le savoir-faire et l’expérience acquis loin de nos frontières», déclare-t-il. A la question de savoir s’il n’y a pas tentative de récupération politique avec ce forum de la diaspora organisé à la veille des grandes échéances électorales au Cameroun, le Dr Ernest Simo déclare «je n’en sais rien concrètement. Ce forum est une occasion de venir d’abord applaudir des initiatives du Gouvernement surtout apporter une contribution en termes d’idées innovatrices pour essayer de booster l’économie du pays. Il y a toujours des commentaires qui fuseront de toute part. Ma perspective c’est de vouloir reconnaître les efforts mis en place et surtout de présenter des idées qui à mon sens peuvent faire avancer le développement de notre pays à court, moyen et à long terme».  
Source : Cameroon-Info.Net


          5 things I wish I had known about balancing parenthood with running a business   
I didn't plan to start a baby food company. This business found me. I grew up on a farm in Cameroon, West Africa, eating simple, homemade dishes filled with fresh vegetables and fruits. I wanted the same for my children. So I began making baby food in my kitchen, and sharing it with friends and teaching them how to make their own. One thing led to another, and soon I was teaching workshops and cooking classes. The response was overwhelming.
          Foosball Super Shooter   
Finally an html5 online foosball game for PC, iPhone and Android! Live the football fever and hit the ball as much as you can in Foosball Super Shooter! Choose your favourite team and try the 9 game modes to have hours of fun. Shoot unstoppable balls and climb to the top of the ranking. You won't stop playing! To every foosball fan out there, what are you waiting for? You can now play your favorite game online with your phone, computer or Tablet! Train your skills and become the best player in the pub thanks to Foosball Super Shooter. It’s so easy and fun to play that you will want to play all day long. Pick your favorite team from the country of your choice. You can choose between 16 different countries from all around the world: Germany, The Faroe Islands, Portugal, England, Cameroon, Brazil, Japan, Mexico, Korea, Nigeria, Italy, Argentina, France, Spain, Saudi Arabia and the USA. Each one of them has a different player system which determines the position of your 7 players. Added to that, every team has a special move: the fireshoot, the triple shoot, the dribble shoot, or the twin shoot, but only the captain of the team can perform the Special Shoot. The captain is the one that has a star under his feet and he only can perform that move when the Special Bar is complete, which grows every time you make a pass. In Foosball Super Shooter you will be able to win 9 different competitions. You will have to start with the FSS Championship, the 4 Nations Cup and the Superclassic Cup. Once you win those three tournaments you will gradually unblock the others, starting with the International Cup, and then the CDA Tournament, the Confederations Cup, the 6 Nations Cup, the Olympic Games and the World Cup. Play against three teams each time, score two goals, win and become the best foosball player! So grab your iPhone, Android phone, Tablet, iPad or computer and shoot as much as you can with Foosball Super Shooter, the funniest htlm5 online game for free, with no downloads or installations required.
          Chile or Germany: which team will Russia support?   
The FIFA Confederations Cup Russia 2017 has been extremely popular in the host country. Russian fans flocked to stadiums for the Tournament of Champions to cheer for the participating teams: the way the whole of the Saint Petersburg Stadium cheered for Cameroon during the group stage, for example, was unforgettable. But who will Russians side ...
          MTN Cameroon inaugurates new Service Centre in Kribi   

MTN’s new Kribi Service Centre brings to 20 the number of customer connect points across Cameroon.


          Boko Haram fighters ‘posing as refugees’   
KANO. – Boko Haram fighters have been found among refugees returning to northeast Nigeria from neighbouring Cameroon, the Borno State Emergency Management Agency said on Saturday. “At least nine Boko Haram insurgents and 100 accomplices were identified among 920 Nigerian refugees who returned from Marwa in Cameroon on Wednesday,” the agency’s head, Ahmed Satomi told...
          Keppel closes in on FLNG conversion delivery   
Upon completion Golar LNG's Hilli Episeyo will head to Cameroon for a project with Perenco
          Want To Teach Your Kids Self-Control? Ask A Cameroonian Farmer   
In the the 1960s, a Stanford psychologist ran an experiment to study children's self-control. It's called the marshmallow test. And it's super simple. Kids ages 3 to 5 choose a treat — an Oreo cookie, a pretzel stick or a marshmallow. Then researchers give the child brief instructions: You can eat the treat now ... but if you can wait for me to return, you'll get two treats. The researchers leave the room. And the child just has to sit there staring at a marshmallow — and deciding whether to exert self-control or to dig in. Psychologists have performed the experiment many times. In general, fewer than half the kids "pass" the test. Most kids can't delay gratification: They gobble up the marshmallow. The researchers followed these kids for decades and found that those who did wait were more likely to have better SAT scores and better jobs later on in life, the researchers reported. Now for the first time, there's a study reporting on what happens when psychologists give the marshmallow
          Want To Teach Your Kids Self-Control? Ask A Cameroonian Farmer   
The "marshmallow test" is a famous experiment for studying kids' self-control. For the first time, a psychologist gave the test to kids outside Western culture. And they crushed it. Reported by NPR 5 minutes ago.
          Want To Teach Your Kids Self-Control? Ask A Cameroonian Farmer   
The "marshmallow test" is a famous experiment for studying kids' self-control. For the first time, a psychologist gave the test to kids outside Western culture. And they crushed it.
          Honorine for V4.2   
Honorine for V4.2
Honorine for V4.2 Mucho Calor from this Cameroonian Elegance Woman. Put some exotic flavors in your renders. MakeUp and 4K Highly detailed textures. https://www.renderosity.com/mod/bcs/index.php?ViewProduct=69948
          Want To Teach Your Kids Self-Control? Ask A Cameroonian Farmer   
The "marshmallow test" is a famous experiment for studying kids' self-control. For the first time, a psychologist gave the test to kids outside Western culture. And they crushed it.
          Want To Teach Your Kids Self-Control? Ask A Cameroonian Farmer   
The "marshmallow test" is a famous experiment for studying kids' self-control. For the first time, a psychologist gave the test to kids outside Western culture. And they crushed it.
          Cameroon-Anglophone Crises: Prosecutor Playing Games With Detainees   
  It has emerged from from an online video circulated on social media that the state prosecutor is deliberately stalling...
          BOKO HARAM MEMBERS ARRESTED TRYING TO ENTER NIGERIA FROM CAMEROON   
Borno SEMA, in a statement issued on Saturday, July 1, 2017, said that 100 accomplices were also identified. The Borno...
          Want To Teach Your Kids Self-Control? Ask A Cameroonian Farmer   

The "marshmallow test" is a famous experiment for studying kids' self-control. For the first time, a psychologist gave the test to kids outside Western culture. And they crushed it.


          Want To Teach Your Kids Self-Control? Ask A Cameroonian Farmer   
In the the 1960s, a Stanford psychologist ran an experiment to study children's self-control. It's called the marshmallow test. And it's super simple. Kids ages 3 to 5 choose a treat — an Oreo cookie, a pretzel stick or a marshmallow. Then researchers give the child brief instructions: You can eat the treat now ... but if you can wait for me to return, you'll get two treats. The researchers leave the room. And the child just has to sit there staring at a marshmallow — and deciding whether to exert self-control or to dig in. Psychologists have performed the experiment many times. In general, fewer than half the kids "pass" the test. Most kids can't delay gratification: They gobble up the marshmallow. The researchers followed these kids for decades and found that those who did wait were more likely to have better SAT scores and better jobs later on in life, the researchers reported. Now for the first time, there's a study reporting on what happens when psychologists give the marshmallow
          Want To Teach Your Kids Self-Control? Ask A Cameroonian Farmer   
The "marshmallow test" is a famous experiment for studying kids' self-control. For the first time, a psychologist gave the test to kids outside Western culture. And they crushed it.
          Makamu wa Rais apaa kuelekea Ethiopia kuhudhuria mkutano wa 29 wa AU   
Makamu wa Rais wa Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania Mhe Samia Suluhu Hassan ameondoka nchini jana  jioni  kuelekea Addis Ababa, Ethiopia ambapo atahudhuria Mkutano wa 29 wa Wakuu wa  Nchi na Serikali  wa Umoja wa Afrika (AU).

Katika uwanja wa Ndege wa Kimataifa wa Julius Nyerere Jijini Dar es Salaam, Makamu wa Rais Mhe Samia Suluhu Hassan aliagwa na Viongozi mbalimbali  wa Serikali.

Katika Mkutano huo wa siku mbili kuanzia tarehe 03-hadi 04 Julai-2017, Makamu wa Rais wa Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania Mhe Samia Suluhu Hassan atamuakilisha Rais wa Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania Dkt John Pombe Magufuli kwenye mkutano huo.

 Kabla ya ufunguzi rasmi, Mkutano huo ulitanguliwa na vikao vya Baraza la Utendaji linalowashirikisha Mawaziri wa Mambo ya Nje na Kamati ya Uwakilishi wa Kudumu  inayowahusisha Makatibu Wakuu wa Wizara za Mambo ya Nje kutoka nchi Wanachama wa Umoja wa Afrika.

Mkutano huo wa Wakuu wa Nchi  na Serikali  utafunguliwa rasmi leo tarehe 03-Julai-2017 katika Makao Makuu ya Umoja wa Afrika Jijini Addis Ababa, Ethiopia na  utajikita katika kujadili masuala mbalimbali yanayohusu umoja huo.

Miongoni mwa mambo yatakayojadiliwa katika Mkutano huo ni pamoja na taarifa  kuhusu Maboresho katika Baraza la Usalama la Umoja wa Mataifa na maboresho ya kitaasisi katika AU na  hali ya Ulinzi na Usalama katika bara la Afrika.

Kuhusu  hali ya  ulinzi na usalama katika Bara la Afrika majadiliano ya Viongozi hao yatajikita zaidi kwenye nchi za Sudan Kusini, Burundi, Jamhuri ya Kidemokrasia ya Kongo- DRC na Libya.  Aidha, majadiliano hayo pia yatagusa  hali ya usalama kwenye baadhi ya nchi ambazo ziliathiriwa na kundi la Boko Haram za  Nigeria, Niger, Chad na Cameroon.

Mkutano huo 29 wa AU, unatarajiwa kuhuduhuriwa na viongozi mbalimbali akiwemo Katibu Mkuu wa Umoja wa Mataifa Antonio Guterres na Rais wa Mamlaka ya Palestina Mahmoud Abbas.

Mkutano huo 29 wa AU utakaofanyika Jijini Addis Ababa, Ethiopia utaongozwa na Mheshimiwa  Alpha Conde  Rais wa Jamhuri ya Guinea ambaye ndiye Mwenyekiti wa AU.

Kauli Mbiu ya Mkutano huo ni Kuimarisha Mgawanyiko wa Idadi ya Watu Kupitia Uwekezaji katika Vijana (Harnessing Demographic Divident Through Investments in the Youth)

Imetolewa na Ofisi ya Makamu wa Rais wa
Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania
ADDIS ABABA- ETHIOPIA.   

          Nigeria wins African armwrestling   
Nigeria on Sunday won the  African Armwrestling Championships  with  19 gold, 16 silver and 11 bronze at the Teslim Balogun Stadium, Lagos. Ghana finished second with 10 gold, five silver and six bronze while Mali came  third with eight gold, two silver and four bronze. Cameroon and Egypt were other countries at the competition. The […]
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          Re: Any stories of sex in CAMEROON ?   
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          Re: 'Paradise Discovered, At Last'   
I dont know about you but God has been kind and I discovered mine couple of days ago..... I heard from my Rohit last week and we got together the day before....As a matter of fact he,s lying in bed totally pooped out from our encounter after lunch today and we,ve been at it all afternoon...now thats what I call PARADISE. We lost touch with each other soon after school and then bumped into each other in HongKong much later on Nathan Road ,,while I was on a shopping spree with my wife and he with his. In short ,, we exchanged pleasantries and also our business cards. Some days later I had a call from him asking me if we could get together. It was as if I had found KOHINOOR DIAMOND.... I was perplexed and didnt know if it was all a dream or real. To cut a long story short we did meet up in Delhi and got together in Meridian hotel where we stayed for three whole days ...totally freaked out on each other till none of us had even a drop of cum left. We had such wild lovemaking that would put the best of North Africans or Blacks Or whatever to shame. Although both of us were worried about our marital status and although we had initial inhibitions whether it was right or whatever yet we just freaked out and believe u me it was the best time of my life..and his , too ..or so he told me and I could make out he was not shamming. God has his own ways and I discovered this....it was a very pleasant surprise to be together with the guy of my dreams... Now for the extraordinary bit.....For the first time ever after being forewarned about the rigours of AIDS....We both drank each other's cum many times as if we couldnt do without it.....Mind you..No tests no nothing...it was plain simple love.....We both trusted and just gave into each other. Please dont forget that we both are married people and such things are unheard of in India. I have no idea if I,m ill and I,m sure he is no different. But we both made love in good faith..like old times and I have no regrets whatsoever. Our next encounter is scheduled for Dusseldorf in Germany where I,ve invited him to be my guest for 2 weeks and thereafter , if all goes well, I,ll visit him in Paris where he is working as a Marketing manager and living alone. I want everyone to know that I,ve been with some of the best guys from the world over without having to pay a penny ,save for times when I,ve spent on maybe a meal. I,ve never EVER paid a dime for sex and I,ve had the best of guys of all shapes, sizes and colour from all over....and I,ve NEVER EVER been blackmailed by anyone including the dozen odd Nigerians or the dozen odd Ghanaians or cameroonians or kenyans that I went around with.....mind you ....Not ONE. God be with you all. Cheers.
          Want To Teach Your Kids Self-Control? Ask A Cameroonian Farmer   
The "marshmallow test" is a famous experiment for studying kids' self-control. For the first time, a psychologist gave the test to kids outside Western culture. And they crushed it.
          Want To Teach Your Kids Self-Control? Ask A Cameroonian Farmer   
The “marshmallow test” is a famous experiment for studying kids’ self-control. For
          Want To Teach Your Kids Self-Control? Ask A Cameroonian Farmer   
In the the 1960s, a Stanford psychologist ran an experiment to study children's self-control. It's called the marshmallow test. And it's super simple. Kids ages 3 to 5 choose a treat — an Oreo cookie, a pretzel stick or a marshmallow. Then researchers give the child brief instructions: You can eat the treat now ... but if you can wait for me to return, you'll get two treats. The researchers leave the room. And the child just has to sit there staring at a marshmallow — and deciding whether to exert self-control or to dig in. Psychologists have performed the experiment many times. In general, fewer than half the kids "pass" the test. Most kids can't delay gratification: They gobble up the marshmallow. The researchers followed these kids for decades and found that those who did wait were more likely to have better SAT scores and better jobs later on in life, the researchers reported. Now for the first time, there's a study reporting on what happens when psychologists give the marshmallow
          Want To Teach Your Kids Self-Control? Ask A Cameroonian Farmer   
In the the 1960s, a Stanford psychologist ran an experiment to study children's self-control. It's called the marshmallow test. And it's super simple. Kids ages 3 to 5 choose a treat — an Oreo cookie, a pretzel stick or a marshmallow. Then researchers give the child brief instructions: You can eat the treat now ... but if you can wait for me to return, you'll get two treats. The researchers leave the room. And the child just has to sit there staring at a marshmallow — and deciding whether to exert self-control or to dig in. Psychologists have performed the experiment many times. In general, fewer than half the kids "pass" the test. Most kids can't delay gratification: They gobble up the marshmallow. The researchers followed these kids for decades and found that those who did wait were more likely to have better SAT scores and better jobs later on in life, the researchers reported. Now for the first time, there's a study reporting on what happens when psychologists give the marshmallow
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          Want To Teach Your Kids Self-Control? Ask A Cameroonian Farmer   
In the the 1960s, a Stanford psychologist ran an experiment to study children's self-control. It's called the marshmallow test. And it's super simple. Kids ages 3 to 5 choose a treat — an Oreo cookie, a pretzel stick or a marshmallow. Then researchers give the child brief instructions: You can eat the treat now ... but if you can wait for me to return, you'll get two treats. The researchers leave the room. And the child just has to sit there staring at a marshmallow — and deciding whether to exert self-control or to dig in. Psychologists have performed the experiment many times. In general, fewer than half the kids "pass" the test. Most kids can't delay gratification: They gobble up the marshmallow. The researchers followed these kids for decades and found that those who did wait were more likely to have better SAT scores and better jobs later on in life, the researchers reported. Now for the first time, there's a study reporting on what happens when psychologists give the marshmallow
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Makamu wa Rais wa Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania Mhe Samia Suluhu Hassan amewasili usiku huu Jijini Addis Ababa, Ethiopia ambapo hapo kesho tarehe 03 Julai 2017 atahudhuria Mkutano wa 29 wa Wakuu wa  Nchi na Serikali  wa Umoja wa Afrika (AU).

Katika uwanja wa Ndege wa Kimataifa wa Bole Jijini Addis Ababa Makamu wa Rais Mhe Samia Suluhu Hassan amepokelewa na viongozi mbalimbali wa Serikali ya Ethiopia Pamoja na Balozi wa Tanzania nchini Ethiopia Naimi Aziz na Waziri wa Mambo ya nje na Ushirikiano wa Afrika Mashariki Dkt Augustine Mahiga.

Katika Mkutano huo wa siku mbili kuanzia tarehe 03-hadi 04 Julai-2017, Makamu wa Rais wa Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania Mhe Samia Suluhu Hassan atamuakilisha Rais wa Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania Dkt John Pombe Magufuli kwenye mkutano huo.

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Miongoni mwa mambo yatakayojadiliwa katika Mkutano huo ni pamoja na taarifa  kuhusu Maboresho katika Baraza la Usalama la Umoja wa Mataifa na maboresho ya kitaasisi katika AU na  hali ya Ulinzi na Usalama katika bara la Afrika.

Kuhusu  hali ya  ulinzi na usalama katika Bara la Afrika majadiliano ya Viongozi hao yatajikita zaidi kwenye nchi za Sudan Kusini, Burundi, Jamhuri ya Kidemokrasia ya Kongo- DRC na Libya.  Aidha, majadiliano hayo pia yatagusa  hali ya usalama kwenye baadhi ya nchi ambazo ziliathiriwa na kundi la Boko Haram za  Nigeria, Niger, Chad na Cameroon.

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          Update: World's 1st Converted FLNG Vessel    
Update: The Hilli Episeyo vessel is expected to be delivered in August to offshore Cameroon, a spokesperson for Keppel told NGW July 3. This is expected to leave a period for commissioning of the FLNG vessel during September.    Keppel Offshore & Marine has hosted a naming ceremony...
          IMF Programme: Salary Cuts, Heavy Taxes Haunt Cameroonians   
By Yerima Kini Nsom Cameroonians will soon be grappling with another wave of salary cuts and heavy taxes when Government fully bows to the nitty-gritty of another Structural Adjustment Programme, SAP, with the International Monetary Fund, IMF. If Government fully gives in to the IMF programme, another slash of civil servants’ salaries will be in the making. The IMF holds that the State wage bill is too heavy for an ailing economy like Cameroon. In 2016, the State wage bill stood at FCFA 955. 2 billion, of this amount, retired personnel take home FCFA 194 billion. According to the 2017 budget, civil servants will take home FCFA 998.5 billion as salaries in addition to the FCFA 205 billion that retired workers are bagging as benefits. Experts hold that a cut in salaries will bring unsound consequences on the economy. They insist that corruption increased three fold when the salaries of civil servants were cut by almost 70 percent in 1993. Besides, the 1993 cuts stirred a dangerous wave with members of the Cameroon Public Servants Union, CAPSU, demonstrating in the streets of some towns in the country for several months. Cameroon is once more under the heat of the IMF SAP. The country is bowing to diktats of the Bretton Woods Economic gendarme in the wake of the ongoing economic asphyxia ailing countries of the CEMAC Sub Region. The move was sanctioned by IMF’s FCFA 390 Billion loan to Cameroon recently. The implication of the loan compels President Biya’s country to fully bow to austerity measures, given that the country is facing a continuous decline in petrol revenue. The IMF is urging Cameroon to widen its tax base so as to increase non-oil revenue. According to IMF’s Deputy Director, Mitsuhiro Furusawa, Cameroon can only get out of the current crisis if it embarks on the stringent management of the State budget by enhancing public investments that will stimulate growth. From every indication, 2018 is a difficult economic year for Cameroonians who, will be hunched with more and heavier taxes. Even President Paul Biya’s directives on the 2018 annual budget are predicated on widening the nation’s tax base. IMF’s rescue plan is one with a heavier taxation burden on Cameroonians. It will be a logical continuation because 30 new taxes were introduced in the 2017 budget. For instance, the increase of special tax on petroleum products increased prices at filling station. A sojourn Tax of FCFA 1000 to 5000 per night was imposed on hotels in the country. With an increase and introduction of new taxes, economists are already expressing fears that it will provoke an outburst of inflation on basic commodities, especially foodstuff. For one thing, the IMF is also advising Cameroon to continue with the privatisation of some State corporations in the adjustment programme. Thus, State corporations like the National Oil Refining Company, SONARA, the Cameroon Telecommunication Corporation, CAMTEL and the Cameroon Postal Services, CAMPOST, are being earmarked for privatisation. The move is coming at a time when Parliament is studying two draft laws aimed at better management of State corporations and public enterprises. The IMF holds that State corporations are so poorly managed that they become liabilities to the State instead of assets for economic growth. For one thing, appointment of managers and recruitment of personnel in such corporations is more often predicted on other considerations, which continued to milk the State dry through the payment of subsidies. According to the Minister of Finance, Alamine Ousmane May, the State paid FCFA 32. 7 billion to State enterprises by June 2017. This is an indication that servicing Cameroon’s debts that stand at a circa FCFA 5000 billion will be an uphill task. The logical beginning of Cameroon’s march to the IMF adjustment programme was on December 23, 2016, when President Paul Biya chaired an extraordinary meeting of CEMAC Heads of State. The meeting was to address the declining economic situation in the Sub Region. The continuous fall of the prices of petrol in the world market as well as some internal crisis had put CEMAC countries in a difficult situation. The IMF Director General, Christine Lagarde, who attended the meeting in the company of the French Minister of the Economy and Finance, Michel Sapin, insisted that CEMAC countries must bow to certain measures in order to survive. The choice was that between the devil and the deep sea for they were asked to choose between the IMF structural adjustment programme and the devaluation of the FCFA. The CEMAC countries chose the former. It is for this reason that Cameroon is hearkening to the IMF programme with all the unsound consequences. The programme compels the country to cut its coat according its size by way of the stringent management of public finances and by inflicting a heavy tax burden on the people. Despite the huge wage bill, it is reported that shady deals in which ghost civil servants continue to receive salaries, are still very much alive. Measures the Ministry of Public Service and Administrative Reforms has taken to rid ghost workers from the civil servants pay roll have not been able to fully eradicate the phenomenon. Corruption and complicity of some officials have made it possible for civil servants who abandoned their jobs and travelled for greener pastures abroad, to continue to receive their salaries. Even the civil servants census a few years ago, did not help matters.
          Letter From Buea To Yaounde   
Dear Ngwa Why is it that each time people the react to Cameroonian authorities wrong-doing, they would say the people are being influenced by some people? University of Buea, UB, authorities are again trying to shed responsibility for the recent strike action that resulted in hundreds of students arrested, tortured and whisked into detention. There are reports of female students raped. UB Vice Chancellor, VC, Dr. Nalova Lyonga, has resorted to the same excuse that has been employed over the years and now sounds like a broken record. Whenever university authorities falter and students react, the authorities would claim that the students are being “manipulated” either by opposition political parties or by movements like the Southern Cameroons National Council, SCNC, which is fighting against the marginalisation and subjugation of Anglophone Cameroon or the Southern Cameroons. This is usually done to seek the sympathy of the CPDM Francophone authorities in Yaounde to come to their protection. In 1995, when the students got restive over what they termed the high handedness of the then VC, Dr. Dorothy Limunga Njeuma, it was alleed that they were being manipulated by an opposition party. The student leader, Ebenezer Akwanga, and others were suspended, Akwanga was hounded by security forces until in 1997; he was arrested, charged with terrorist activities and sentenced to 27 years in the Kondengui Maximum Security Prison in Yaounde. In 2005, when the students went on strike against inadequate infrastructure they were accused of being sponsored by the SCNC. The Vice Chancellor and then Southwest Governor, Ejake Mbonda, claimed that the SCNC had brought guns and hidden around the bushes at the university and were using the students to destabilize the institution and incite armed insurrection. Due to the allegation a military helicopter was sent by Yaounde authorities with combat ready troops hat combed the university area and the entire Buea municipality, but tracked down no arms. IN the confirmation with the stone-throwing students, the troops shot and killed two students and wounded many others. The University of Buea Student Union, UBSU executive that led the strike, like Walters Angwere, were blacklisted and witch-hunted by university authorities and local administrators. In 2006, UBSU organised a strike against the short-changing of the list of successful candidates in the exam for admission into the Medical School, by Yaounde authorities. Two people were shot by the troops brought into campus and in the neighbouhoods of the university- one of them a student. The leaders of the strike, Donatus Asu Wanobi, Ashu Kingsley, were hounded until they escaped to Nigeria to avoid being arrested and tried in military tribunals on trumped charges. During the strike of 2009, the students were again tagged with manipulation by the SCNC. The leaders; Abia David, Nguve Fred, Tabogo Eno-Jah, Bara Mark, were arrested, tortured and sentenced by kangaroo courts. Their family homes were often stormed and siblings beaten. Because of heavy police presence on campus targeting the student leaders, they were forced to abandon their studies and go into hiding. Some, like Ayuk Tang, Wabi Frankline, Kenyu Serge Herve, Tata Kwami Mbinglo, Tchaumou Marie Loue, fled neighbouring countries like Nigeria, Chad and Equatorial Guinea. Just like others before them, their names entered the black book of the administration and each time they are around, they are picked up and tortured and locked up in prisons without trial, in a bid to extract information on their mission. In 2013, UBSU organised a strike predicated on the handling of the association’s dues. Yet the authorities said they were being manipulated by the lecturers’ union. Abia David, UB student leader; Pente Raphael, former student activist of Yaounde I University and of Catholic University of Central Africa, and others, were charged with vandalism. Pente was hunted right to his native Batibo village. The student union was emasculated and replaced with the Students Representative Council now answerable to the authorities. This time around, in 2016 the student who spelled out their demands clearly that they wanted FCFA 10.000 penalty for late registration cancelled and the presidential grant of FCFA 50,000 paid to them, are again said to have been manipulated by the SCNC. During the clamp down on the students, the homes of both past and present leaders were stormed and occupants beaten and some (non-students) carried into detention. Persons found in the streets near such homes and university hostels were also arrested (whether students or not), and ferried into detention. The police and gendarme cells in Buea were full until some were transferred to the SONARA Gendarmerie Brigade in Limbe – some 30km away. Hundreds of the students were detained in overcrowded sails and under horrible conditions where there were subjected to torture, frequent molestation, sexual abuse. Six of the suspect leaders are still detained awaiting trial and imprisonment. Meantime, those picked along the streets or in the neighbouhoods, who are not students of UB, are the categories of people the university authorities are now brandishing as having infiltrated the ranks of students and staged the strike. It is feared that such people, as usual, will be tried and jailed. And the security authorities who arrested them are not helping matters by stating the circumstances under which these persons were arrested so as to clear their names. It goes without say that when the computers promised university students by President Biya will come and, for one or the other reason, they are not distributed, […]
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          FECAFOOT Crisis - FIFA Pronounces Incompetence   
[Cameroon Tribune] In a letter from the world football governing body, the organ advised FECAFOOT to take necessary measures to implement the decisions of CCA.
          Rail Transport - Nine New Locomotives Announced   
[Cameroon Tribune] The President of General Electric Africa, Jay Ireland, disclosed last Friday that negotiations are far advanced with the Government of Cameroon.
          Hemodyalysis Centres - Patients Reassured   
[Cameroon Tribune] below is a press release of the Minister of Public Health.
          Hong Kong's Return From UK - China Marks 20 Years of "One Country, Two Systems"   
[Cameroon Tribune] President Xi Jinping on July 1, 2017 concluded a three-day visit to the archipelago.
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[Cameroon Tribune] Le président de la République, S.E. Monsieur Paul Biya, a organisé à Yaoundé, le 23 décembre 2016, un sommet extraordinaire de la CEMAC consacré à l'examen de la situation économique et monétaire de notre zone. Au cours de ces assises, les chefs d'Etat ont décidé d'engager des négociations bilatérales avec le Fonds monétaire international, à l'effet de faire face, dans un effort collectif des pay
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