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2015-11-20 Syrians Fly to Mauritania for Perilous Sahara Trek
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Dakar -A growing number of Syrians are flying to Mauritania before making long and dangerous journeys through the Sahara Desert towards Europe, and more may follow as European nations restrict entry at their land borders, experts said on Thursday.

2015-11-19 Angolan Ambassador Delivers Credentials
[ANGOP] Nouakchott -The Angolan ambassador to Mauritania, Ant├│nio Jos├ę Condesse de Carvalho (Toka) delivered recently in Nouakchott, Mauritanian capital city, his credentials to the President of that country, Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz.

2015-11-18 World Cup 2018 - Qualifiers - Tunisia Beat Mauritania 2-1, Advance to 3rd Round
[Tunis Afrique Presse] Tunis -Tunisia's national soccer team have qualified for the third round of the 2018 World Cup qualifiers after defeating Mauritania's 2-1 at a second round second-leg game played on Tuesday evening in Rades.

2015-11-14 World Cup 2018 - Qualifiers - 2nd Round - Tunisia Beat Mauritania 2 - 1
[Tunis Afrique Presse] Nouakchott, -Tunisia's national soccer team beat Mauritania's 2-1 at a 2018 World Cup second-round first-leg qualifier played, Friday in Nouakchott.

2015-11-13 Universal Periodic Review Reveals That Authorities Must Move From Talk to Action
[Alkarama] UPR session of Mauritania

2015-11-12 World Cup 2018 - Qualifiers - 2nd Round - Tunisia's National Team Leave for Nouakchott
[Tunis Afrique Presse] Tunis, -Tunisia's national soccer team, on Wednesday afternoon, flew to Nouakchott where they will play Mauritania's at a 2018 World Cup second round first-leg qualifier next Friday at 5 p.m.

2015-11-09 President of Republic Makes Phone Call With His Mauritanian Counterpart
[SPS] Bir Lehlu -President of the Republic, Secretary-General of the Polisario Front, Mohamed Abdelaziz, mage a phone conversation with His Excellency Mr. Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz, President of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania, Thursday evening.

2015-11-08 PM Receives Mauritania's Minister Delegate for Maghreb, African Affairs
[Tunis Afrique Presse] Tunis, -Prime Minister Habib Essid Saturday received Mauritania's Minister Delegate for Maghreb and African Affairs and Mauritanians Abroad Khadijatou M'bareck Fall.

2015-11-08 Egyptian Delegation to UN Lauds Mauritania's Efforts to Promote Human Rights
[Egypt Online] Egyptian delegate to the UN in Geneva Ambassador Amr Ramadan hailed Mauritania's efforts for promoting and respecting human rights.

2015-11-08 Tunisia-Mauritania - 9 Agreements Ready for Signing By High Joint Committee Meeting End December
[Tunis Afrique Presse] Tunis, -The 11th session of the Tunisian-Mauritanian follow-up committee ended with developing 9 legal instruments and executive programmes to be signed during the High Joint Committee meeting scheduled for December 22 and 23 in Tunis.

2015-11-04 Mauritanian PFU Expresses Support for the Saharawi People Following the Recent Floods
[SPS] Bir Lehlu -.- In a letter to President of the Republic, Mohamed Abdelaziz, secretary general of the Mauritanian political party Union of Progressive Forces (UFP), Mohamed Ould Mouloud voiced Tuesday his party's support to the Saharawi people following the recent floods.

2015-11-04 Foreign Minister Dr. Tedros Bids Farewell to Outgoing Ambassador of Mauritania
[Ethiopia Government] Foreign Minister Dr. Tedros met the departing Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania, Ambassador Hamadi Meimou on Tuesday (November 3). Ambassador Meimou is leaving Addis Ababa to take up the position of Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of Mauritania. Ambassador Meimou thanked Dr. Tedros for the support the Government of Ethiopia had given to him during his time in Ethiopia.

2015-10-30 Govt Will Not Prosecute Detainee Freed From Guantanamo
[Reuters Media Express] Nouakchott -A Guantanamo Bay detainee from Mauritania released this week by U.S. military authorities has rejoined his family and will not face prosecution in the West African nation, the Mauritanian government said.

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