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Pope Benedict Praises Cardinal Gantin's Dedication
allAfrica.com - Sunday, May 25, 2008
ass was celebrated at the Vatican on Friday for the repose of the soul of Cardinal Bernardin Gantin, who died on 13 May at the age of ... more

At Dak'Art, work on forestation wins laurel
Topix - Sunday, May 25, 2008
p>W HOEVER, among the artists, won a prize at the ongoing international biennial art event, Dak'Art 2008 must have passed through a keenly contested art exhibition and competition of the continent's biggest art ... ... more

Culture
Topix - Sunday, May 25, 2008
p>The first edition of a drama competition among Francophone African nations will hold 11-14 December in Cotonou, Benin's economic capital, organisers said here Sunday. ... more

Benin: High Food Prices Divide Families
Topix - Sunday, May 25, 2008
p>In a scene on a popular Benin TV series, a farmer named Codjo puts his wife out on the streets because she kept asking him for more and more money to buy groceries. ... more

Benin: Pope Benedict Praises Cardinal Gantin's Dedication
Topix - Sunday, May 25, 2008
p>Mass was celebrated at the Vatican on Friday for the repose of the soul of Cardinal Bernardin Gantin, who died on 13 May at the age of 86. ... more

Boost to direct link to West Africa through NMPT
Topix - Sunday, May 18, 2008
p> Second main line container vessel reached the port on Wednesday MANGALORE: The second ship service allowing direct import and export of goods packed in standard containers from West Africa has commenced from ... via The Hindu ... more

Pope Mourns 'Africa's Eminent Son', Cardinal Gantin
allAfrica.com - Friday, May 16, 2008
he pope mourned Cardinal Bernadine Gantin who died Tuesday, describing him as an eminent son of Benin and Africa who won great respect within the universal ... more

14-May-08 - Telegram for the Death of Cardinal Gantin
Topix - Friday, May 16, 2008
p> Benedict XVI sent the following telegram to Archbishop Marcel Honorat Leon Agboton of Cotonou, Benin, for the death of Cardinal Bernardin Gantin, dean emeritus of the College of Cardinals. via Global Catholic Network EWTN ... more

Leading African Catholic Cleric, Cardinal Gantin, Dies
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, May 14, 2008
leading African Roman Catholic churchman, Cardinal Bernadin Gantin of Benin, has died aged 86, a government official said on ... more

NUC blacklists five new varsities
Topix - Tuesday, May 13, 2008
p> THE National Universities Commission has dismissed five universities operating in the country The institutions are St Paul University College, and Blacksmith University, Awka both in Anambra State, University ... via Vanguard ... more


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The End of River Blindness
allAfrica.com - Thursday, May 08, 2008
wenty years ago Benin was among the countries in West Africa most affected by endemic river blindness. Today the disease, which causes blindness and chronic skin irritation and is blamed for stunting economic growth of the populations it affects, has been almost completely ... more

Benin : Reality and Image Of an Election
Topix - Monday, May 05, 2008
ub-Saharan Africa Babilown [Fr] puts Benin's local election results in perspective: "[it's as if] the opposition won China, Russia, Brazil and Mexico, while the ruling party snatched up Belgium and even Canada, but also Crete, Malta, the Cayman Islands, the Vatican, Albania, Haiti, Barbados, Cap Verde, Estonia, Lithuania, Israel, Jordan,... more

Soccer Coach Resigns
allAfrica.com - Monday, May 05, 2008
GANDA Cranes' Group 3 opponents Benin are a team in dilemma. Just weeks after being declared unfit to host future international matches by a FIFA inspection team, The Squirrels have been hit by the resignation of coach Reinhard ... more

Benin: Election results, if Benin were the United Nations
Global Voices Online - Sunday, May 04, 2008
p> Babilown [Fr] puts Benin's local election results in perspective: “[it's as if] the opposition won China, Russia, Brazil and Mexico, while the ruling party snatched up Belgium and even Canada, but also Crete, Malta, the Cayman Islands, the Vatican, Albania, Haiti, Barbados, Cap Verde, Estonia,... more

Guitarist Lionel Loueke's odyssey
Topix - Saturday, May 03, 2008
p class="lede_quote">"Now I hear jazz in a different way" NEW YORK : Lionel Loueke's name could easily be overlooked among the jazz and pop stars on Herbie Hancock's "River: The Joni Letters," this year's Grammy winner for album of the year. via International Herald Tribune ... more

Call from a king
Topix - Thursday, May 01, 2008
p class="lede_quote">"He gives a different level of importance to the poor and homeless here in Boston." Lunchtime conversations in this basement usually revolve around the day-to-day plight of the homeless women who come for shelter and sustenance. via Boston Globe ... more

Benin king to visit Boston homeless shelter
Topix - Tuesday, April 29, 2008
p> An African king will tour a homeless shelter for women in Boston today, one of several stops during a week-long visit to the city. via Boston Globe ... more

Agriculture
Topix - Sunday, April 27, 2008
p> A principal researcher from Canada's North-South Institu te, Dr. John W. Foster, Tuesday urged governments from developed countries "to p hase out agricultural subsidies" given to their farmers as part of ... via Panapress ... more

Benin Voters Encounter Problems at Polls
Topix - Friday, April 25, 2008
p class="lede_quote">"We were told that this problem arose from all the problems that the electoral commission has been encountering since the start of the electoral process." Ballot irregularities and unopened polling stations were reported early Sunday as Benin's citizens cast votes for more than 26,000 candidates from... more

King of Benin to Visit UMass Boston
Topix - Wednesday, April 23, 2008
p class="lede_quote">"Voodoo". - Dahomey, the ancient kingdom that preceded the modern state of Benin, was famous for instituting an elite female soldier corps called Ahosi, or "our mothers" Issue date: 4/21/08 Section: Arts It is not entirely uncommon for foreign officials to visit UMass Boston, but this... more

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