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Une Française au Niger

Une Française au Niger

The Ijaw Youth Council IYC Friday said it was behind ex-militant leader Government Ekpemupolo otherwise known as Tompolo. The group warned laptop fraudsters masquerading as militants in the region to leave him alone.  President of the group Pereotubo Oweilaemi who made this statement yesterday asked soldiers searching for members of the Niger Delta Avengers to stop harassing innocent riverine dwellers. Oweilaemi said For the umpteenth time the Ijaw nation is appealing to the laptop…

The Ijaw Youth Council IYC Friday said it was behind ex-militant leader Government Ekpemupolo otherwise known as Tompolo. The group warned laptop fraudsters masquerading as militants in the region to leave him alone. President of the group Pereotubo Oweilaemi who made this statement yesterday asked soldiers searching for members of the Niger Delta Avengers to stop harassing innocent riverine dwellers. Oweilaemi said For the umpteenth time the Ijaw nation is appealing to the laptop…

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Tuareg Rings “Finger rings ‘tisek’ are passed between Tuareg women and men as signs of affection. Those with carnelian setting are believed to have the same properties as ‘tanfouk’ pendants in healing.

Learn the names and locations of 24 major world rivers with this loads-of-fun word search puzzle worksheet.   Puzzlers must look for the hidden names in all directions including backwards and diagonally.  The hidden river names are:  Amazon, Colorado, Columbia, Congo, Danube, Ganges, Indus, Mekong, Mississippi, Missouri, Niger, Nile, Ob, Ohio, Rhine, Rio Grande, Saint Lawrence, Thames, Ural, Volga, Yangtze, Yellow, Yenisei, YukonSolution included.You might also like: Deserts of the World…

World Geography - Rivers of the World Word Search

A word search puzzle featuring the names 24 major world rivers. Puzzlers must look for the hidden names in all directions including backwards and diagonally. The location of each river is also given for extra learning opportunities!

TUAREG CUSHION SUPPORT, NIGER, elegant sculpted piece, a furnishing found in any upper-class Tuareg's tent, itself a hemisphere shaped of exquisitely woven and embroidered mats.

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The traditional 21 Agadez crosses named after oasis towns in the Sahara dessert. Made by Tuareg tribesmen as symbols of their origin to other tribes.

The currency in Niger is called the"West African Franc and Franc de la Communauté financière africaine." Description from lebanonct.org. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The currency in Niger is called the"West African Franc and Franc de la Communauté financière africaine." Description from lebanonct.org. I searched for this on bing.com/images

U.S. engaged in protecting French-owned uranium interests in Niger

U.S. engaged in protecting French-owned uranium interests in Niger

Wike links up with Ibori, Okowa in search of unified front for Niger Delta: Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State has continued his…

September 1 deadline: Wike averts face-off with private schools, saves jobs: Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State has made a…

Bamako, the capital of Mali, is supposed to be one of Africa's fastest growing cities. They have a large market, a zoo and a national park!

Bamako, the capital of Mali, is supposed to be one of Africa's fastest growing cities. They have a large market, a zoo and a national park! This picture shows a bunch of these buildings built next to each other to form a town.

Wodaabe (Mbororo) tribe. Traditionally nomadic cattle-herders and traders in Central African Republic.

Young Wodaabe Man, Niger Niger’s Wodaabe men decorate their faces and dance for hours to impress female judges. Photography by Steve McCurry