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          Löytty ja Selloduo Varonen konsertoivat kirkon rakentamiseksi Senagaliin      Cache   Translate Page      
Teksti ja kuvat: Jouko Siirilä/J-Pnews Jaakko Löytyn ja Selloduo Varosen ”Terveisiä Senegalista” -konserttisarja luterilaisen kirkon saamiseksi Senegaliin päättyi sunnuntaina Virroilla. Konserttipaikkana punainen ja iätön puukirkko talvi-illan hämyssä, lumihiutaleiden keskellä loi koskettavat puitteet varainkeruulle ikuisen kesän maahan. Suomi-gospelin uranuurtajana sekä virrentekijänä suorastaan vertaansa vailla olevan muusikonuran tehnyt Jaakko Löytty konsertoi kitaransa ja kahden sellovirtuoosin kanssa helmi-maaliskuussa […]
          Science Laboratory Specialist (Seed Specialist) - Government of Canada - Saskatoon, SK      Cache   Translate Page      
H) For more information on how to apply to a CFIA selection process, please visit:. M) It is expected that there will be an opportunity to travel to Senegal... $70,200 - $94,094 a year
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          El tant per cent – Rafael Vallbona      Cache   Translate Page      
N’hi havia que en referir-se a la Pobla del Dalt l’anomenaven la Pobla del Mal. Tripijocs, trafic d’influències i terra de corruptes, ve-t’ho aquí. I quan la crisi arriba de sobte, també hi arriben els problemes: paisatges desoladors, urbanitzacions desmanegades, edificis abandonats, i molta gent que es comença a posar nerviosa: un alcalde que governa amb mà de ferro, unes eleccions que cal guanyar, dos constructors disposats a pagar un tant per cent pel favor d’una requalificació, i dos senegalesos.

          Lala Kamara, 26enne bresciana, uccisa a Manchester. Si era trasferita per lavoro      Cache   Translate Page      

Una ragazza bresciana di 26 anni è stata trovata uccisa in un appartamento a Manchester, in Inghilterra, dove la polizia avrebbe già fermato due giovani sospettati del delitto. Lo riporta oggi il Giornale di Brescia.

Si tratta di una ragazza italiana di origini senegalesi, Lala Kamara, cresciuta in provincia di Brescia, dove ancora vive la sua famiglia, e residente a Calcinato. Si era trasferita nella città inglese tre anni fa per lavorare come infermiera.

LA DINAMICA - Intanto i familiari di Lala Kamara sono arrivati in Inghilterra. La giovane è stata trovata senza vita sabato 9 marzo, in serata, nel suo appartamento nel quartiere Denton. La magistratura ha disposto l'autopsia per accertare la cause della morte. Il corpo di Lala rientrerà in Italia tra qualche giorno: il funerale dovrebbe svolgersi il 16 marzo.

La Farnesina ha fatto sapere che "segue con la massima attenzione il caso ed è in costante contatto con i familiari della connazionale per garantire loro ogni possibile assistenza".


          Report: Solskjaer will opt against buying a centre-back in order to seal £100m deal      Cache   Translate Page      

Report: Solskjaer will opt against buying a centre-back in order to seal £100m deal - originally posted on Sportslens.com

According to The Sun, Manchester United caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will opt against strengthening the defence in summer in order to seal a move for £100million-rated Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho. The Red Devils were keen on landing a centre-back last summer, with both Leicester City’s Harry Maguire  and Napoli’s Kalidou Koulibaly on their radar. But it will take more than £75million – the current world record for a centre-back – to land the Senegalese defender and Solskjaer – who is set to be named permanent manager – wants to focus funds on securing a right-winger. That is the Norwegian’s

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          Les offres d’emploi du 12 Mars 2019 au Sénégal      Cache   Translate Page      

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          Le Groupe HERTZ SENEGAL recrute plusieurs chauffeurs Femmes      Cache   Translate Page      

Le Groupe HERTZ SENEGAL recrute plusieurs chauffeurs Femmes Le Groupe HERTZ SENEGAL, en collaboration avec le GIE Senegal Chauffeur recrute des chauffeurs Femmes pour un service haut de gamme. Vous avez l’expérience de la conduite professionnelle? Vous avez un permis de 5 ans et plus en cours de validité? Vous avez la maîtrise de la […]

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          Report: Solskjaer will opt against buying a centre-back in order to seal £100m deal      Cache   Translate Page      

Report: Solskjaer will opt against buying a centre-back in order to seal £100m deal - originally posted on Sportslens.com

According to The Sun, Manchester United caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will opt against strengthening the defence in summer in order to seal a move for £100million-rated Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho. The Red Devils were keen on landing a centre-back last summer, with both Leicester City’s Harry Maguire  and Napoli’s Kalidou Koulibaly on their radar. But it will take more than £75million – the current world record for a centre-back – to land the Senegalese defender and Solskjaer – who is set to be named permanent manager – wants to focus funds on securing a right-winger. That is the Norwegian’s

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          La svolta di Emma Bonino, l’Italia accende i riflettori sull’Africa       Cache   Translate Page      
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    di  .  Scritto  il  31 dicembre 2013  alle  6:00.

Guardare l’ da un altro punto di vista senza nasconderne le complessità e gli aspetti negativi ma cercando, finalmente, di valorizzare quegli aspetti positivi su cui anche l’ può dare il suo contributo sul piano dello sviluppo della pace, della democrazia, del rispetto dei diritti umani e sul piano economico. In una sala affollata della Farnesina, ieri il ministro degli Esteri italiano Emma Bonino ha delineato i cardini su cui si svilupperà l’Iniziativa - puntando proprio su questo nuovo concetto del continente. Una chiave di lettura che, come lei stessa ha accennato, può anche incontrare perplessità ma che si sposa con i dati reali: l’ conta un miliardo e 68 milioni di abitanti, africane sono sette delle dieci economice più dinamiche del quinquennio in corso. Pochi numeri che bastano per spiegare questo rinnovato interesse e che, ha sottolineato Bonino, convincono ad “accendere i riflettori” su un continente finora trascurato dall’Italia.IMG_0472
“L’Africa sta facendo registrare innegabili progressi nel campo della pace, della sicurezza, della democrazia, del rispetto dei diritti umani – ha detto il ministro – si sta sviluppando una classe media sempre più solida, il ruolo della società civile è crescente”. Di fronte a questo continente “molto giovane”, in cui le donne hanno “un ruolo fondamentale” l’Iniziativa Italia-Africa vuole “riaccendere nel nostro paese i riflettori sull’Africa” e “mantenerli accesi in futuro al fine di mostrare chiaramente in Italia e in Africa le possibilità offerte da una reciproca collaborazione a tutto campo: politico, economico, sociale e culturale. Il nostro paese intende così inserirsi con la sua capacità di fare e con le proprie eccellenze nelle positive dinamiche in atto nel continente”.
Il ministro degli Esteri Emma Bonino ha sottolineato che parlare di una nuova Africa non significa metterne da parte i problemi. Non sono così mancati riferimenti al Sud Sudan, al Centrafrica e alla stessa Repubblica democratica del Congo. “Ombre – ha detto il ministro – che certo non possiamo ignorare e che anzi siamo ancor più motivati a cancellare”. Ma, se è radicalmente cambiata l’Africa, deve radicalmente cambiare anche l’approccio dell’Italia all’Africa.
L’Iniziativa Italia-Africa, così come delineata ieri, non vuole essere soltanto una ricognizione di quanto si sta facendo. “Essa vuole dare un impulso ad andare oltre, fornendo una cornice per dare un senso unitario” ha detto Bonino, al cui fianco ieri si trovavano il ministro dell’Integrazione Cécile Kyenge, il ministro dei Beni e delle Attività culturali Massimo Bray, il direttore generale per la mondializzazione e le questioni globali Luigi Marras e il capo servizio per la stampa Aldo Amati.
L’impegno dell’Italia in Africa, ha aggiunto Bonino, dovrà essere un lavoro interministeriale (anche Salute, Sviluppo economico, Agricoltura, Ambiente) così come dovrà svilupparsi lungo il solco di politiche bilaterali, ma anche europee e internazionali.
Citando Expo 2015 come un’occasione da sfruttare, il ministro ha poi indicto i settori economici su cui l’Italia può puntare per crescere in Africa e far crescere l’Africa: l’energia, “perché il nostro modello di distribuzione elettrica e di sviluppo delle fonti alternative può ben rispondere alle condizioni dell’Africa”; la cooperazione culturale, le infrastrutture e l’agricoltura. La presentazione dell’Iniziativa Italia-Africa ha preceduto di pochi giorni un viaggio del ministro Bonino in Ghana e Senegal. Bonino andrà poi il 13 gennaio in Sierra Leone.
          Distribution: Eastern Atlantic, from northern Norway to Senegal, also Canary and Cape Verde ... for taxon Bathyarca pectunculoides (Scacchi, 1835)      Cache   Translate Page      
Note "Distribution: Eastern Atlantic, from northern Norway to Senegal, also Canary and Cape Verde Islands; Mediterranean; Western Atlantic from Greenland to Gulf of St. Lawrence Gorringe, Josephine, Ampère and Seine seamounts, common in 165-630 m; Great Meteor, Hyères, Irving and Atlantis seamounts, uncommon in 420-845 m; Plato seamount, common in 580-710 m." for taxon Bathyarca pectunculoides (Scacchi, 1835) has been added by Mary Kennedy via the MS Access interface on 2009-02-16T09:43:45+00:00
          Age distribution, trends, and forecasts of under-5 mortality in 31 sub-Saharan African countries: A modeling study      Cache   Translate Page      
by Iván Mejía-Guevara, Wenyun Zuo, Eran Bendavid, Nan Li, Shripad Tuljapurkar Background Despite the sharp decline in global under-5 deaths since 1990, uneven progress has been achieved across and within countries. In sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) for child mortality were met only by a few countries. Valid concerns exist as to … Continua la lettura di Age distribution, trends, and forecasts of under-5 mortality in 31 sub-Saharan African countries: A modeling study
          Black Celebrities Call for Hairstylists Who Know How to Style Black Hair on Sets      Cache   Translate Page      



• Model Olivia Anakwe took to instagram to share her experience at Paris Fashion Week.

• "If I am asked to wear my natural hair to a show, the team should prepare the style[...] No matter how small your team is, make sure you have one person that is competent at doing afro texture hair care OR just hire a black hairstylist! Black hairstylists are required to know how to do everyone’s hair, why does the same not apply to others?"

• Teen Vogue tweeted an article they posted and black actors chimed in with their experiences.

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Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (Aquaman, The Get Down)


Malcolm Barrett (Preacher, Timeless)


Yvette Nicole Brown (Talking Dead, Community)






Gabourey Sidibe (American Horror Story, Empire)


Natasha Rothwell (Insecure)


Gabrielle Union (Bring It On, Two Can Play That Game)





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          Retour de Karim Wade : Tout sur le deal négocié entre le PM guinéen et le Sénégal!      Cache   Translate Page      
Le retour de Karim Wade au Sénégal se négocie à Doha. Le fils de l’ancien président de la République sera de retour au Bercail au courant du mois d’avril. Le séjour récent de Maître Wade à Conakry semble livrer son … Continuer la lecture
          Diagne'nin varlığı yetiyor      Cache   Translate Page      
Diagne'nin varlığı yetiyor
Senegalli forvet fazla gol atamadığı için eleştirilse de sahaya ilk 11’de çıktığı 3 karşılaşmada 12 gol görüldü!
          Diagne'nin gol atamamasının nedeni ortaya çıktı!      Cache   Translate Page      
Devre arası transfer döneminde Kasımpaşa'dan Galatasaray'a transfer olan ancak şu ana kadar gösterdiği performansla bekleneni veremeyen Senegalli forvet Mbaye Diagne'nin gol atamamasının faturası 3 isme... Devamı için tıklayınız
          Ersun Yanal istedi, Senegalli geliyor!      Cache   Translate Page      
Scout ekibinin devre arasında tavsiye ettiği Habib Diallo, sezon sonunda gelecek. Senegalli golcüyü Ersun Yanal çok istiyor. Devamı için tıklayınız
          re-assessing Dakar      Cache   Translate Page      

So, another update seems to be in order!

I am fine following the mugging, grateful that the two men clearly did not want to hurt me, annoyed with myself that I was carrying more money than I was going to need for the evening, annoyed that none of the people driving past made any attempt to intervene (not even to hoot their horns to try to distract the muggers) and annoyed with the total ineffectiveness of the police.  They clearly had no interest whatsoever in investigating the case, despite my making four different visits to the police station (the process of reporting a stolen phone seeming to be quite bureaucratic) they never once asked me for a description of the two men - they were clearly only interested in getting the paperwork wrapped up.

The other reaction I am left with is one of sadness.  This would never have happened during the time of my first contract in Dakar.  In those days I could go out to watch live music that didn't start until midnight, and walk home on my own afterwards at 4am, with no fear whatsoever of anything bad happening to me.  Now I walk along a street at 9pm, and get told by people that I shouldn't have been there, that I shouldn't walk on my own at night, that I should always take taxis everywhere.  But the population of Dakar is apparently double now what it was ten years ago - and the average age of the Senegalese is 19.  That means a lot of young people looking for work, and there isn't very much work.  & so far as I am aware, no state welfare system for the unemployed, only the support of family and community which of course is weaker in Dakar than it would be in the countryside.  There are also plenty of immigrants from all around West Africa, adding to the pressure to find work, as Senegal is a beacon of stability in the region - but that doesn't mean a beacon of employment opportunities.

Not that I'm excusing what happened, rather just trying to make sense of it, trying to process what it means for my relationship with this country.


          Ufes recebe 24 novos estudantes estrangeiros      Cache   Translate Page      

A Secretaria de Relações Internacionais (SRI) da Ufes recepcionou  24 novos estudantes estrangeiros. Os novos estudantes são provenientes do Chile, Bolívia, Cabo Verde, Benim, Colômbia, Equador, Estados Unidos, Guiné Bissau, Honduras, Itália, Paraguai, Peru, Venezuela, Portugal, República Democrática do Congo e Senegal e estão matriculados nos diversos cursos de graduação e pós-graduação da Universidade para o primeiro semestre deste ano.

A cerimônia de boas-vindas foi realizada no Gabinete da Reitoria, nesta segunda-feira, 11. Na ocasião, os novos estudantes receberam informações sobre o funcionamento e a estrutura administrativa e acadêmica da Universidade, das bibliotecas e dos restaurantes universitários; bolsas de estudos; conta bancária; passaporte; cursos de português para estrangeiros; passe escolar; e os auxílios oferecidos pela Ufes aos estudantes.

Para apoiar a chegada dos novos alunos, a SRI conta ainda com voluntários que participam do Programa Anjos na Ufes. São estudantes de graduação e de pós-graduação, docentes e servidores técnico-administrativos que ajudam os estrangeiros com informações para facilitar sua instalação na cidade.

Internacionalização

A SRI é o setor da Ufes responsável por formular a política de internacionalização da universidade e promover a sua atuação internacional. Entre as suas atribuições estão o de induzir e consolidar a internacionalização na Universidade como estratégia de crescimento institucional e de qualificação das atividades acadêmicas; assessorar as diversas unidades acadêmicas da Instituição na implementação da cooperação internacional; apoiar docentes, pesquisadores e alunos de instituições estrangeiras em atividades na Ufes; e promover ativamente ações com o objetivo de dar maior visibilidade à Ufes no cenário internacional. 

 

Texto e foto: Jorge Medina
Edição: Thereza Marinho

 

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          Report: Crystal Palace in the hunt to sign £3.5m int'l on free transfer      Cache   Translate Page      

Report: Crystal Palace in the hunt to sign £3.5m int'l on free transfer - originally posted on Sportslens.com

According to reports from the Daily Star, Premier League duo – Crystal Palace and Brighton – are considering making a move to sign Mo Diame from Newcastle United in the summer. Diame joined the Magpies from Hull City for a reported fee of £3.5 million three years ago. The Senegal international has a contract at the club till the end of the season, and he is facing an uncertain future on Tyneside. The 31-year-old will become a free agent in the summer, and there won’t be any shortage of admirers for his signature. Ideally, Diame wants to continue at St

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          Frascati – Carabinieri contro il ‘caporalato’ del volantinaggio al mercato di Cocciano: 2 arresti. 1 euro per ogni 150 volantini distribuiti      Cache   Translate Page      
Continua l’attività di contrasto dei Carabinieri contro il “caporalato” nel settore del volantinaggio. Dopo l’arresto di qualche giorno fa di un romano di 62 anni, con precedenti, per intermediazione illecita e sfruttamento del lavoro, ieri sera i Carabinieri della Stazione di Frascati ne hanno arrestati altri due. Sono un cittadino senegalese di 49 anni, residente […]
          Fermato un uomo per l'omicidio di Lala: la 26enne bresciana uccisa a Manchester forse per una rapina      Cache   Translate Page      

La ragazza è stata trovata morta nell'appartamento che condivideva con altre ragazze. La polizia ha prima fermato due giovani di origini senegalesi come Lala, che dalla provincia di Brescia si era trasferita in Inghilterra tre anni fa per cercare lavoro


          Ragazza bresciana uccisa a Manchester, arrestato Mustapha Dia      Cache   Translate Page      
Una rapina in casa: è questa l’ipotesi degli investigatori di Manchester sulla morte di Lala Kamara, la 26enne bresciana, di origini senegalesi, trovata morta strangolata nell’appartamento in cui viveva con due amiche a Manchester. La polizia inglese, dopo aver inizialmente fermato due persone, di 21 e 25 anni, ha incriminato un uomo che si chiama […]
          Frascati, blitz dei carabinieri contro il caporalato dei volantini: 2 arresti      Cache   Translate Page      

Continua l’attività di contrasto dei Carabinieri contro il “caporalato” nel settore del volantinaggio. In manette un tedesco e un senegalese [CONTINUA]

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          ATOS Sénégal recrute 02 Stagiaires en Marketing Digital      Cache   Translate Page      

ATOS Sénégal recrute 02 Stagiaires en Marketing Digital Salaire / mois Localisation Dakar / Sénégal Type contrat Stage Expiration 26 Mars 2019 Description de l’offre Bonjour, ATOS Sénégal recherche 2 stagiaires en Marketing Digital: – Création de contenu de produits – Faire vivre nos profils sur les réseaux sociaux – Aider à l’élaboration de landing pages – […]

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          Guest Author - Helen Kitson on Writing about Writers      Cache   Translate Page      
Today the coverage of my Sofa Spotlight titles continues following my trip to Senegal and I’m deligh
          L’entraineur du Stade de Reims se prononce sur le probable transfert d’Edouard Mendy      Cache   Translate Page      

La direction de l’Olympique Marseille courtise Edouard Mendy pour qu’il succède à Steve Mandanda. Reims n’est pas prêt à lâcher son gardien de but. Aprés la sortie du président du club de Stade de Reims Jean-Pierre Caillot pour dire un « NON » catégorique, c’est au tour de l’entraineur David Guon de clarifier les choses. […]

L’article L’entraineur du Stade de Reims se prononce sur le probable transfert d’Edouard Mendy est apparu en premier sur Senegal direct.


          Algérie : « On voulait une élection sans Bouteflika, on se retrouve avec Bouteflika sans élection »      Cache   Translate Page      

A Alger, l’annonce du renoncement du président à un cinquième mandat n’a pas convaincu les jeunes, qui réclament « le départ du système ». Les pancartes sont brandies à bout de bras : un « 4 + » barré dans un cercle rouge. Plusieurs milliers d’étudiants et lycéens ont manifesté dans le centre d’Alger, mardi 12 mars, au lendemain de […]

L’article Algérie : « On voulait une élection sans Bouteflika, on se retrouve avec Bouteflika sans élection » est apparu en premier sur Senegal direct.


          Convoqué par Joseph koto, Aliou Badji « C’est toujours un plaisir d’être appelé pour la défense de notre pays »      Cache   Translate Page      

Formé au Casa Sports, Aliou Badji continue sa progression depuis janvier dernier en Autriche. Transféré par Djurgårdens IF, l’attaquant de Rapid Vienne s’est livré au micro de wiwsports.com, où il est revenu sur des questions liées à son transfert, à ses nouvelles couleurs et à la sélection nationale du Sénégal. A peine arrivé au Rapid […]

L’article Convoqué par Joseph koto, Aliou Badji « C’est toujours un plaisir d’être appelé pour la défense de notre pays » est apparu en premier sur Senegal direct.


          Ligue Europa : Rennes s’étonne de la clémence de l’UEFA pour Lacazette      Cache   Translate Page      

Initialement suspendu pour la rencontre face à Rennes (demain soir à 21h), suite à son carton rouge reçu contre le BATE Borisov au tour précédent de la Ligue Europa, Alexandre Lacazette a vu hier sa suspension réduite par l’UEFA, ce qui lui permettra de prendre part au match contre le club breton. Cette décision, assez […]

L’article Ligue Europa : Rennes s’étonne de la clémence de l’UEFA pour Lacazette est apparu en premier sur Senegal direct.


          ​Tsunami au PDS : une vague de démission se prépare      Cache   Translate Page      

Que se passe-t-il au Parti démocratique sénégalais (Pds) ? Après le départ de Me Madické Niang, une vague de démissions se prépare. Selon « Les Echos », il s’agit de dizaines et de dizaines de membres du Comité directeur (Cd) qui comptent quitter le parti de Me Abdoulaye Wade.    Insatisfaits de la gestion du parti […]

L’article ​Tsunami au PDS : une vague de démission se prépare est apparu en premier sur Senegal direct.


          Uruguay : Edinson Cavani forfait avec la sélection      Cache   Translate Page      

Blessé depuis le 9 février dernier et un match contre Bordeaux (1-0), Edinson Cavani poursuit encore sa convalescence, malgré une entrée en jeu tardive contre Manchester United la semaine dernière. Et l’Uruguayen n’a donc logiquement pas été retenu par son sélectionneur Óscar Tabárez. La Celeste a indiqué sur Twitter que Cavani « n’est pas en […]

L’article Uruguay : Edinson Cavani forfait avec la sélection est apparu en premier sur Senegal direct.


          Vidéo – Sa Thiès : « Eumeu Sène tolootoul fimouy baayé ki wala ki,meune na beuréwatt ak Balla Gaye »      Cache   Translate Page      

Sa Thiès réaffirme son intention de lutter contre tous ceux qui ont battu son frère, Balla Gaye 2. Dans un entretien accordé à la Tfm, le lutteur de l’écurie « Double Less » se dit prêt à croiser Eumeu Sène pour venger son grand frère. Il a, en outre, déclaré que le Roi des Arènes […]

L’article Vidéo – Sa Thiès : « Eumeu Sène tolootoul fimouy baayé ki wala ki,meune na beuréwatt ak Balla Gaye » est apparu en premier sur Senegal direct.


          Real Madrid : Chelsea commence à s’affoler pour Eden Hazard      Cache   Translate Page      

Avec le retour de Zinedine Zidane au Real Madrid, les presses européennes s’affolent pour le prochain mercato. Eden Hazard est ciblé comme priorité numéro un et ça commence à faire peur à Chelsea. Les amoureux de football ont vécu une semaine forte en émotions. En effet, l’Ajax est revenue de nulle part pour sortir le […]

L’article Real Madrid : Chelsea commence à s’affoler pour Eden Hazard est apparu en premier sur Senegal direct.


          Poursuite de son alliance avec Macky : Tanor convoque son Bureau politique      Cache   Translate Page      

IGFM- Tanor Dieng et ses frères du Parti socialiste vont statuer sur la dernière présidentielle, sur leur compagnonnage avec le président Macky Sall et sur la conduite à adopter, à présent que le patron de l’Alliance pour la République (Apr) est réélu pour un second et dernier mandat. En effet, le Secrétaire général du Parti […]

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          Revue de presse du 13 mars 2019.      Cache   Translate Page      

La performance de Cristiano Ronaldo fait les gros titres partout en Europe, la presse anglaise est impressionnée par le carton des Citizens, Zidane aimerait bâtir sa nouvelle équipe autour du joueur de Manchester United. CR7 : « le roi de la Champions » En Italie, toute la presse ne parle que d’une chose, la qualification […]

L’article Revue de presse du 13 mars 2019. est apparu en premier sur Senegal direct.


           Comentário em E as aulas de Religião e Moral, deputado Bruno Vitorino? Também têm que parar? por ZE LOPES       Cache   Translate Page      
Absolutamente de acordo! Nem sei como há gente que ainda liga a esses Derridas e Foucaults, gajos que levaram uma vida dissoluta e que se governaram à custa da caridade alheia. Derrida poucas vezes saíu da tasca que frequentava em Montmartre. Só o fazia para se colocar à porta de uma ou outra universidade a entregar papéis a quem contriibuía para os copos. Fez a mesma figura por esse mundo fora. Numa das vezes, na Pontifícia de São Paulo, como eram católicos, convidaram-no a entrar, por caridade. Estava em tal estado que a assistência se sentiu embriagada pelo discurso. Era caipirinha a mais. Também passou uns dias à entrada da Porta Férrea de Coimbra até que os archeiros expulsaram para a saudosa tasca do Pratas. Passando por lá, o Reitor achou-lhe piada e levou-o a dar uma volta pela Sala dos Capelos, onde roubou uma borla e ficou automaticamente doutorado. Foucault não era menos inadaptado. Ainda escreveu uns livros sobre coisas e tal mas cedo viu que o que estava a dar era o sexo e foi por aí. Escreveu uma "História do Sexo" em três volumes que começa com uma data de gajos barbudos e gajas peludas a transar numa caverna , passa por uns reis barbudos e umas cortesãs peludas a transar num palácio e acaba com uma data de barbudos a transar com uma data de peludas num quarto, mas com transmissão direta no instagram. Derrida nunca escondeu que queria ser corretor de bolsa, mas nunca o aceitaram por falta de gravatas. Foucault não escondia a ambição de ser cabeleireiro mas nunca acertava com o "rinse". Mais inadaptados não podia haver. Quando um dia se encontraram, prontamente combinaram em arrasar com a França toda e depois com o resto. Para começar ainda tentaram deitar o fogo à Torre Eiffel mas não conseguiram devido á pronta intervenção dos coletes amarelos. O nosso "way of life" vai triunfar! Ou não fosse V. Exa. uma reconhecida astróloga, a Professora Doutora Mestre Rita, Grande Medium Vidente com poderes herdados dos magos dos antigos iImpérios do Senegal e Gabú que afasta e amarra pessoas com toda a "souplesse", resolve problemas de alcoolismo, impotência, mau-olhado, magia negra e marxismo.
          Selundupkan Sabu dalam Kaleng Saus Tomat, Wanita Senegal Diamankan di Bandara Soekarno-Hatta      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Know Your Rights: empowerment legale per rifugiati e richiedenti asilo      Cache   Translate Page      
Dopo il successo ottenuto l’anno scorso a Milano, a partire da maggio CILD, lo studio legale internazionale DLA Piper e Pro Bono Italia condurranno il progetto “Know Your Rights” a Roma. Si tratta di un programma di empowerment legale per rifugiati, richiedenti asilo e beneficiari di altre forme di protezione. Il programma – totalmente gratuito e della durata di 7 settimane – includerà sessioni di insegnamento su diritto di … Continua la lettura di Know Your Rights: empowerment legale per rifugiati e richiedenti asilo
          Mauro Biani a Libri Come      Cache   Translate Page      
Alla decima edizione di Libri Come – Festa del Libro e della Lettura, sabato 16 marzo, dalle ore 20:00 alle 22:00, Mauro Biani presenta “La banalità del ma”, con Eleonora Camilli, giornalista. Mauro Biani, vignettista e illustratore che, sulle pagine del Manifesto e dell’Espresso, racconta le pieghe più complesse e profonde del nostro presente. Immigrazione, … Continua la lettura di Mauro Biani a Libri Come
          Gabourey Sidibe, Gabrielle Union & More Call Out Hollywood’s Lack Of Black Hairstylists      Cache   Translate Page      


Black models have been very vocal over the past couple of years about the fashion industry's inability to properly style hair that isn't straight or slightly wavy. Now, actors are bringing attention to the entertainment industry for having the same issue.

Last week, after model Olivia Anakwe shared the frustrating issues she and other models face, Aquaman actor Yahya Abdul-Mateen II weighed in to add that "100% of Black Actor/Actresses I've spoken to on this topic face the same thing in film and television." He adds: "Hairstylists in our industry should have proper training, AND be able to show proof."

Community actress Yvette Nicole Brown, who went on to start the hashtag #ActingWhileBlack on Twitter where she encouraged other actors to share their own stories of discrimination, added that most Black actresses come to television or movie sets with their hair already done or bring wigs and clip-ins with them. "Either that or take a chance that you will look crazy on screen," she writes.

Precious' Gabourey Sidibe chimed in to add that, if a project doesn't have a budget to hire a Black hairstylist, she gets the director to agree that her character should have box braids or Senegalese twists.

Gabrielle Union brought up the fact that celebrities can't just bring along their usual hairstylists (who already know how to do their hair) because most jobs are union jobs. "Those artists HAVE to be IN THE UNION & getting them in has NEVER been easy or smooth. Ever. Like never." She goes on to stress that, when Black actors encounter people not knowing how to style their hair on set, they shouldn't stay quiet and "just be happy they picked you & you got a job." If something's wrong, speak up, she says: "If you stay quiet, u WILL have bald spots, hair damage, look NUTS."



          Ciment au Sénégal : les prix flambent      Cache   Translate Page      

Le Président de l’Ascosen a fait l’annonce d’une augmentation de 3500 francs Cfa sur le prix de la tonne de ciment sur le marché sénégalais par la Sococim. « Nous ne comprenons pas, que pour des raisons inavouées, la Sococim procède à cette hausse », s’est indigné Momar Ndao sur Rfm Midi. Le défenseur des consommateurs critiquer sévèrement « cette tentative …

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          Paul Mwilambwe: un ancien policier congolais en danger au Sénégal…      Cache   Translate Page      

L’ancien policier congolais, Paul Mwilambwe,l’un des témoins de l’assassinat, en 2010 à Kinshasa, des défenseurs des droits de l’homme Floribert Chebeya et Fidèle Bazana, a affirmé être en danger au Sénégal où il vit avec sa famille. Paul Mwilambwe, via son avocat, vient de déposer une plainte pour menaces et tentatives d’assassinat. Selon son conseil, …

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          Mauritanie: la Sénégalaise Houley Soumaré meurt brûlée au 3e degré      Cache   Translate Page      

C’est suite à une à l’explosion d’une bonbonne de gaz que la dame Houley Soumaré sénégalaise et son mari mauritanien, ont péri dans ce drame. Houley brûlée au 3e degré, avec 80% de surface corporelle atteintsa a finalement elle aussi succombé à ses blessures. La cinquantaine, Houley était originaire de Thiès, au quartier Mbambara.

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          Hollydai - Senegal.      Cache   Translate Page      
I'd like to take a trip to Senegal ..
And meet some friends ..

I am submissive, I am looking for real dominant Blak.

Write me: zizskov@gmail.com

Lenka.
          Re: HOOK UP EXPERIENCES IN DAKAR, SENEGAL      Cache   Translate Page      
I'd like to take a trip to Senegal ..
And meet some friends ..

I am submissive, I am looking for real dominant Blak.

Write me: zizskov@gmail.com

Thank You.

Lenka.
          Re: IM LADY MY EXPERIENCE IN SENEGAL      Cache   Translate Page      
Fake profile. Faux profil. Faux message. Ne tombez pas dans le piege. Dont fall in that trap
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          African Athletes      Cache   Translate Page      
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Any hot African athletes interested in exchanging emails.

I am a Coach in the United States
sometimes visit South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, Cameroon, Senegal and Mozambique looking for athletes

I am on the DOWN LOW (CLOSETED) so I am not out, but some of my players may know because of common interest

I am white (Italian Heritage)
45 years old
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200 pounds
educated and professional

my facebook is house4azia
          Re: gambia      Cache   Translate Page      
Agree with you regarding Gambia,you should also include other Islamic countries in Africa such as Senegal,Mali,Mauritania,Sudan. These are places to be avoided at all costs,they are extremely intolerant of gays,and risk your life,just for a few minutes of fun. No amount of money or any other incentive would ever lure me to visit such barbaric countries.
          Suuf in Senegal      Cache   Translate Page      
I live in the U.S. Recently, I returned from a visit to Senegal, my third. I no longer stay in Dakar but in locations elsewhere.

Years ago, in Philadelphia, I met a man from Dakar, Abe, who would later allow me to accompany him home. It would be my first trip to Africa.

We stayed in Dakar for a week when he said he had to make a trip home. This meant to his birthplace in a small village very southeast in Senegal. I asked to go and, after great consideration, he said yes. We went by car, bus, car again, and many times on foot, for four days, arriving in his home village, deep in south east Senegal.

In the U.S., Abe rountinely had sex with me. We were about the same age, in our 40s. Abe was 100% total top, and I accomodated him as often as he would let me. While considering myself very much a versatile top, I learned first hand the seduction of hearing an elder African accent pouring out the words "I want to f*** you".

But in Senegal, he would not even discuss it. I understood. I'm causcasian. It's Africa. While at his home, his father and his father's brother, men of 70+ years of age, took me into a small home where, to be blunt, promptly undressed and asked me to bathe them. The broken english was so bad, had they not been naked and rubbing each other out I would not have known what they were saying. I later learned they mistakingly thought I was a servant of Abe's. Once they were confident I got the idea of why I was there, as I performed my chores, they began to talk to each other in Wolof as though I was invisible. Sure, I was very nervous, but no one ever had to tell me what elder meant in Africa.

The next day, I was asked if I wanted to visit a nearby National Park and was told that, where we would be going, we would have to stay overnight, in make-shift tents. We would have to stay just outside the Park. I said sure, and Abe helped me simplify my packing. Abe did not travel with us as I am left to the safety of totally strange men. As I find out 1 hour into the walk, men who do not speak english. And this is a really, really big park.

At this time of year it was very dry, and hot, but at night, it would get somewhat agreeable around 2-5am. The night sky would be so crystal clear it was like you could touch it. You would never know there were so many adult African men. From total strangers walking by, speaking only to others in passing, to men camped in small groups. The night air is what cools them, what frees them to think. And they so do like to walk.

After visiting the Park, the last night in the tents, we had a little too much to drink, and several of the men, in Wolof, said they must walk. One thing led to another and I ended up following them ... at 3am.

We walked for sometime, until I realized I could no longer see them, and soon came upon a small camp, no tents, but with a fire that had just been put out, and was still smoldering. As I looked around into the darkenss, I could hear through my dizzyness from the drink, what I thought were giggles, and whispering.

I walked into the woods. My chest began to pound uncontrollably but I could not turn around. Where would I turn to? For a moment, I thought, no one in the world knows exactly where I am at this very moment, and just as I thought how entoxicating and freeing that is, the thought of Abe not knowing where I am shook me.

As the whispering turned into chanting, singing, I came onto a small clearing, around 30 yards in diameter. It was probably just me, but the moon was so bright, it was like the area was lit up like a room. I literally could not see to the other side of the clearing.

But there stood, before me, two very large men, both at least 250 lbs, basically doing what amounted to a slow motioned coregraphed wrestling match. They were surrounded by the men I had followed, some I saw while walking, and several others, all told about 15-18 men. They were all naked. Except for the two wrestlers, none were younger than me.

Eventually I got the nerve to not try to hide in the small bush I found myself in, when I felt both my arms go limp. I'm talking numb. I was led into the circle, and undressed. I felt sure I was about to faint. The feeling was constant. The chanting became a rhythmic rain eventually blurring me into subconsciousness.

Soon, I was startled by this seemingly disturbing argument between one of the wrestlers and an older man, perhaps in his 60s. I was quickly taken back into the woods and kept there for what seemed like forever, but probably about 20-30 minutes. Each time the voices grew loud and aggressive, I would be petted and held more closely. The scent of African sweat only made me more drunk. Several times I felt myself falling to my knees wanting to orally please anything that came about. I was constantly being held up. As best I remember, that's all that happened in the wooded areas.

Then the most strange thing that has ever happened to me in my life occured. All the men around me slowly walked away, one by one, until all I could see was the well lit area near me. Feeling my vision closing in on me ever so subtly, I walked out of the woods into the clearing.

The wrestler, now completely alone, motioned me to him. As I got close I fainted. When I awoke I was being kissed and caressed. He would not stop looking at my eyes. Every time I went to close them, he would get upset. I could not understand anything he said, most the times he wasn't talking to me anyway, but I understood clearly he wanted my eyes open.

In the end, he had his way with me to completion. He made sure of it. But to say this event was only sexual would be a lasting flaw in my character. He dressed me, walked me for awhile, once I noticed he had disappeared, soon others came about, smiling, waving, pointing the direction for me. No more giggling, no more whispering, no more arguing.

What happen to me that night changed my life.

Two days later, on our way back to Dakar, while resting, I asked Abe, who I thought knew nothing about what had happened, would he ever want me to talk about what I did in Africa. He only shook his head. About three days out we are in another National Park, and while being entertained, a white European couple now living in Cape Verde, makes a point of cautioning the other 'tourists' about wandering near National Parks late at night without escort.

I never felt so un-tourist in all my life.

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          Lüdinghausen: (Block-)Flötentöne für den Senegal      Cache   Translate Page      

19 Blockflöten mit Notenmaterial überreichte jetzt die Kolpingsfamilie Lüdinghausen an den Verein „Hilfe für Senegal“. Die Instrumente kommen dort an einer Schule zum Einsatz.


          Re: Sex tourism in Gambia...      Cache   Translate Page      
From www gvnet.com I transfer the fllowing passage.

Human Trafficking and Modern-day Slavery

The Gambia is a source, transit, and destination country for children and women trafficked for the purposes of forced labor and commercial sexual exploitation. Within The Gambia, women and girls, and to a lesser extent boys, are trafficked for sexual exploitation, in particular to meet the demand for European sex tourism, and for domestic servitude. Boys are trafficked within the country for forced begging by religious teachers and for street vending. Transnationally, women, girls and boys from neighboring countries are trafficked to The Gambia for the same purposes listed above. Primary source countries are Senegal, Mali, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ghana, Nigeria, Guinea-Bissau, Guinea and Benin. Trafficking of Gambian boys to Senegal for forced begging and Senegalese boys to The Gambia for the same purpose is particularly prevalent. Gambian women and girls are trafficked to Senegal for domestic servitude, and possibly for sexual exploitation. Gambian women and children may be trafficked to Europe through trafficking schemes disguised as migrant smuggling. Reports in the last two years of Gambian, Senegalese, and nationals of other neighboring countries being transported from The Gambia to Spain by boat appear to be predominantly cases of smuggling rather than trafficking. - U.S. State Dept Trafficking in Persons Report, June, 2008 [
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adrien-gay wrote::lol: salut j'ai un ami qui loue un studio à dakar dans la médina
pas trop chere mais labas j'ai trouvé des homos senegalais et j'ai pris mon pied mais il faut savoir rester discret en dehors

salut pourrais tu me mettre en contact avec la personne qui loue moi francais 30 ans et je compte aller au senegal en octobre mais j aimerais en savoir plus pour faire des rencontres discretes. merci d avance. moi stephane.innocente911@orange.fr
          Re: MI experiencia en senegal      Cache   Translate Page      
ok my friend, are you african?. kissss
          je ferrai des etudes      Cache   Translate Page      
Cheres freres noirs: Voici un americain noir, 22ans, et je compte faire des etudes au Senegal ce janvier jusqu'a mai. Je suis partie d'une programme qui travaillerai beaucoup, mais on va passer la plupart de son temps a l'Universite de Dakar. Moi, je suis tellement pret d'y aller. J'aimerais beaucoup rencontrer quelqu'un avec qui je peux passer mon temps avant de partir pour qu'il ne faudra pas chercher tant que je suis la. Si on s'interesse a me parler ou m'envoyer des details, n'hesitez pas.
          Rutgers basketball player Issa Thiam dismissed from the team & facing deportation after domestic assault charges      Cache   Translate Page      
Rutgers University basketball player Issa Thiam, Son of Assane Thiam and Fatou Fine Ba majoring in African Studies, has been dismissed from the team and faces deportation after he was released from prison facing charges after allegedly slapping a woman six to eight times and swinging a knife at her. Those charges? Simple assault, criminal mischief, false imprisonment, tampering with physical evidence, possession of a weapon for unlawful purpose, theft by unlawful taking and terroristic threats.

No wonder RU made his roster page disappear so quickly. The one that pointed out that Issa was believed to be the tallest shooting guard in collegiate men’s basketball and pegged him as a 'hard-worker with positive attitude who embraces the team game.' Know your former Knight: "Few people know that I…: am focused on everything I do." and "Rituals I have before, during or after a game are…: Pregame handshake with teammates."

The third-year junior from Dakar, Senegal, hometown of former Rutgers NBA Draft choice and Big East Defensive Player of the Year Hamady Ndiaye, now faces deportation (he was forced to surrender his passport).

And let's not get started on the failing Rutgers Scarlet Knights women's basketball Basketball program...

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          SENEGAL LITERATURA - Aminata Sow Fall: "Solo la cultura y el diálogo pueden salvar a la humanidad"      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Le Samusocial Sénégal recrute 01 Psychologue Clinicien      Cache   Translate Page      

Le Samusocial Sénégal recrute 01 Psychologue Clinicien Salaire / mois Localisation Dakar / Sénégal Expiration 30 Mars 2019 Description de l’offre Offre d’emploi _ PSYCHOLOGUE CLINICIEN Envoyer CV, lettre de motivation, prétentions salariales et au moins deux références par courriel. Publié le 13 mars 2019 Dans le cadre du renforcement de ses équipes, le Samu Social Sénégal […]

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ved independence on 18 February 1965, as a constitutional monarchy within the Commonwealth, with Elizabeth II as Queen of the Gambia, represented by the Governor-General. Shortly thereafter, the national government held a referendum proposing that the country become a republic. This referendum failed to receive the two-thirds majority required to amend the constitution, but the results won widespread attention abroad as testimony to The Gambia's observance of secret balloting, honest elections, civil rights, and liberties.[citation needed] On 24 April 1970, The Gambia became a republic within the Commonwealth, following a second referendum. Prime Minister Sir Dawda Kairaba Jawara assumed the office of President, an executive post, combining the offices of head of state and head of government. President Sir Dawda Jawara was re-elected five times. An attempted coup on 29 July 1981 followed a weakening of the economy and allegations of corruption against leading politicians. The coup attempt occurred while President Jawara was visiting London and was carried out by the leftist National Revolutionary Council, composed of Kukoi Samba Sanyang's Socialist and Revolutionary Labour Party (SRLP) and elements of the Field Force, a paramilitary force which constituted the bulk of the country's armed forces. President Jawara requested military aid from Senegal, which deployed 400 troops to The Gambia on 31 July. By 6 August, some 2,700 Senegalese troops had been deployed, defeating the rebel force. Between 500 and 800 people were killed during the coup and the ensuing violence. In 1982, in the aftermath of the 1981 attempted coup, Senegal and The Gambia signed a treaty of confederation. The Senegambia Confederation aimed to combine the armed forces of the two states and to unify their economies and currencies. After just seven years, The Gambia permanently withdrew from the confederation in 1989. In 1994, the Armed Forces Provisional Ruling Council (AFPRC) deposed the Jawara government and banned opposition political activity. Lieutenant Yahya A.J.J. Jammeh, chairman of the AFPRC, became head of state. Jammeh was just 29 years old at the time of the coup. The AFPRC announced a transition plan for return to democratic civilian government. The Provisional Independent Electoral Commission (PIEC) was established in 1996 to conduct national elections and transformed into the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) in 1997 and became responsible for registration of voters and for the conduct of elections and referendums. In late 2001 and early 2002, The Gambia completed a full cycle of presidential, legislative, and local elections, which foreign observers deemed free, fair, and transparent, albeit with some shortcomings. President Yahya Jammeh, who was elected to continue in the position he had assumed during the coup, took the oath of office again on 21 December 2001. Jammeh's Alliance for Patriotic Reorientation and Construction (APRC) maintained its strong majority in the National Assembly, particularly after the main opposition United Democratic Party (UDP) boycotted the legislative elections. (It has participated in elections since, however). On 2 October 2013, the Gambian interior minister announced that The Gambia would leave the Commonwealth with immediate effect, ending 48 years of membership of the organisation. The Gambian government said it had "decided that The Gambia will never be a member of any neo-colonial institution and will never be a party to any institution that represents an extension of colonialism". Incumbent President Jammeh faced opposition leaders Adama Barrow from the Independent Coalition of parties and Mamma Kandeh from the Gambia Democratic Congress party in the December 2016 presidential elections. The Gambia sentenced main opposition leader and human rights advocate Ousainou Darboe to 3 years in prison in July 2016, disqualifying him from running in the presidential election. Following the 1 December 2016 elections, the elections commission declared Adama Barrow the winner of the presidential election. Jammeh, who had ruled for 22 years, first announced he would step down after losing the 2016



 
          Le Sénégal interdit le Boeing 737 max dans son espace aérien      Cache   Translate Page      
Le Sénégal a pris toutes les mesures pour sécuriser son espace aérien suite au crash de l’avion d’Ethiopian Airlines. Les compagnies qui utilisent les Boeing 737 Max ne desservent plus le pays. La précision est [...]
          Mauritanie: Une Sénégalaise tuée dans une explosion de gaz      Cache   Translate Page      
Houlèye Soumaré, âgée d’une cinquantaine d’années, a été tuée dans une explosion d’une bonbonne de gaz. D’après Enquête, le drame est survenu le lundi 11 mars dernier à Nouackchott. La victime, qui était dans la [...]
          Etats-Unis: Le Basketteur Sénégalais Issa Thiam arrêté      Cache   Translate Page      
Le basketteur Sénégalais de l’Université Rutgers aux Etats-Unis, Issa Thiam, a été arrêté vendredi dernier pour violences domestiques. Selon The New York Times, Thiam est accusé d’avoir giflé une femme et d’avoir brandi un couteau [...]
          Yeryüzü Doktorlarından Senegal'de sağlık taraması      Cache   Translate Page      
Yeryüzü Doktorları gönüllüleri, Senegal'deki Maarif okullarının öğrenci ve personeline sağlık taraması yapıyor.
          AIR SENEGAL PRENDE IN CONSEGNA IL SUO PRIMO A330NEO      Cache   Translate Page      

Air Senegal ha preso in consegna il suo primo A330-900. E’ la prima compagnia aerea africana a operare questo tipo di aeromobile, con motori di ultima generazione, nuove ali con aerodinamica migliorata e curved wingtip design, derivato dall’A350 XWB. E’ equipaggiato con una cabina a tre classi composta da 32 posti in Business class, 21 in Premium Plus e 237LEGGI TUTTO...

L'articolo AIR SENEGAL PRENDE IN CONSEGNA IL SUO PRIMO A330NEO proviene da MD80.it.


          Senegal ve Nijerya 'Boeing 737 Max'lere hava sahasını kapattı      Cache   Translate Page      

          Osmanlıspor'da Magaye sevinci      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Senegal – Port rybny w Mbour      Cache   Translate Page      
Czym bardziej zbliżaliśmy się do portu w Mbur tym robiło się brudniej, tłoczniej i mniej przyjemnie. Zaczęło także śmierdzieć – to najlepsza oznaka w Afryce że zbliżasz się do dużego skupiska ludności – odór rozkładających się ryb wisiał w powietrzu już na kilometr przed naszym celem. W końcu nasz przewodnik dał nam znać, że czas […]
          With a little help from the Lonely Planet guide….      Cache   Translate Page      
It’s a little embarrassing really. To my shame, I know barely anything about the part of the world where our three tagged ospreys have migrated, so I thought I would do some reading up. Senegal Surrounded by desert, Senegal has a tropical climate with some great beaches – according to my Lonely Planet travel book. […]
          Green Valley elige este pueblo senegalés para rodar su nuevo vídeo      Cache   Translate Page      
La banda española de reggae ha grabado en las playas de Gandiol parte de 'Dónde irán', el primer sencillo de su próximo disco
          Age distribution, trends, and forecasts of under-5 mortality in 31 sub-Saharan African countries: A modeling study.      Cache   Translate Page      
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Age distribution, trends, and forecasts of under-5 mortality in 31 sub-Saharan African countries: A modeling study.

PLoS Med. 2019 Mar;16(3):e1002757

Authors: Mejía-Guevara I, Zuo W, Bendavid E, Li N, Tuljapurkar S

Abstract
BACKGROUND: Despite the sharp decline in global under-5 deaths since 1990, uneven progress has been achieved across and within countries. In sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) for child mortality were met only by a few countries. Valid concerns exist as to whether the region would meet new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for under-5 mortality. We therefore examine further sources of variation by assessing age patterns, trends, and forecasts of mortality rates.
METHODS AND FINDINGS: Data came from 106 nationally representative Demographic and Health Surveys (DHSs) with full birth histories from 31 SSA countries from 1990 to 2017 (a total of 524 country-years of data). We assessed the distribution of age at death through the following new demographic analyses. First, we used a direct method and full birth histories to estimate under-5 mortality rates (U5MRs) on a monthly basis. Second, we smoothed raw estimates of death rates by age and time by using a two-dimensional P-Spline approach. Third, a variant of the Lee-Carter (LC) model, designed for populations with limited data, was used to fit and forecast age profiles of mortality. We used mortality estimates from the United Nations Inter-agency Group for Child Mortality Estimation (UN IGME) to adjust, validate, and minimize the risk of bias in survival, truncation, and recall in mortality estimation. Our mortality model revealed substantive declines of death rates at every age in most countries but with notable differences in the age patterns over time. U5MRs declined from 3.3% (annual rate of reduction [ARR] 0.1%) in Lesotho to 76.4% (ARR 5.2%) in Malawi, and the pace of decline was faster on average (ARR 3.2%) than that observed for infant (IMRs) (ARR 2.7%) and neonatal (NMRs) (ARR 2.0%) mortality rates. We predict that 5 countries (Kenya, Rwanda, Senegal, Tanzania, and Uganda) are on track to achieve the under-5 sustainable development target by 2030 (25 deaths per 1,000 live births), but only Rwanda and Tanzania would meet both the neonatal (12 deaths per 1,000 live births) and under-5 targets simultaneously. Our predicted NMRs and U5MRs were in line with those estimated by the UN IGME by 2030 and 2050 (they overlapped in 27/31 countries for NMRs and 22 for U5MRs) and by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) by 2030 (26/31 and 23/31, respectively). This study has a number of limitations, including poor data quality issues that reflected bias in the report of births and deaths, preventing reliable estimates and predictions from a few countries.
CONCLUSIONS: To our knowledge, this study is the first to combine full birth histories and mortality estimates from external reliable sources to model age patterns of under-5 mortality across time in SSA. We demonstrate that countries with a rapid pace of mortality reduction (ARR ≥ 3.2%) across ages would be more likely to achieve the SDG mortality targets. However, the lower pace of neonatal mortality reduction would prevent most countries from achieving those targets: 2 countries would reach them by 2030, 13 between 2030 and 2050, and 13 after 2050.

PMID: 30861006 [PubMed - in process]


          Muet depuis la réélection de Macky Sall, Idrissa Seck s’adresse aux Sénégalais (Direct/Live)      Cache   Translate Page      
C’est au sortir de sa réunion avec les différents membres de la coalition « Idy2019 » qu’il aura dirigée pour la Présidentielle de 2019, qu’Idrissa Seck s’adresse aux Sénégalais. Entre remerciements et contestations de la victoire de Macky Sall, l’ancien Premier ministre … Continuer la lecture
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Les Boeing 737 ne desservent plus le Sénégal pour des raisons de sécurité. Les compagnies qui utilisent les 737 MAX 7 et MAX 8 ne sont plus les bienvenues. C’est la réaction du Directeur général de l’Anacim, après l’accident d’un avion de la Ethiopian Airlines. Magueye Marame Ndao annonce qu’une réunion des ministres des transports […]
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En voyant un juge d’une grande notoriété, en l’occurrence Monsieur Demba KANDJI, illustre magistrat, proclamer les résultats provisoires des élections présidentielles du 24 février 2019, j’ai pu, en un instant, saisir l’immensité de l’imperium et de la responsabilité du juge.   Dans les même circonstances, quelques jours plus tard, l’image de la greffière anonyme qui […]
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  Depuis la proclamation définitive des résultats de l’élection présidentielle du 24 février dernier, des responsables politiques de la mouvance se relaie dans la presse chacun pour tirer la couverture de son côté et ainsi réclamer la paternité de la victoire de Macky SALL au premier tour. Certains poussent le bouchon plus loin en déclarant […]
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I'd like to take a trip to Senegal ..
And meet some friends ..

I am submissive, I am looking for real dominant Blak.

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I'd like to take a trip to Senegal ..
And meet some friends ..

I am submissive, I am looking for real dominant Blak.

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Thank You.

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Any hot African athletes interested in exchanging emails.

I am a Coach in the United States
sometimes visit South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, Cameroon, Senegal and Mozambique looking for athletes

I am on the DOWN LOW (CLOSETED) so I am not out, but some of my players may know because of common interest

I am white (Italian Heritage)
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Agree with you regarding Gambia,you should also include other Islamic countries in Africa such as Senegal,Mali,Mauritania,Sudan. These are places to be avoided at all costs,they are extremely intolerant of gays,and risk your life,just for a few minutes of fun. No amount of money or any other incentive would ever lure me to visit such barbaric countries.
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I live in the U.S. Recently, I returned from a visit to Senegal, my third. I no longer stay in Dakar but in locations elsewhere.

Years ago, in Philadelphia, I met a man from Dakar, Abe, who would later allow me to accompany him home. It would be my first trip to Africa.

We stayed in Dakar for a week when he said he had to make a trip home. This meant to his birthplace in a small village very southeast in Senegal. I asked to go and, after great consideration, he said yes. We went by car, bus, car again, and many times on foot, for four days, arriving in his home village, deep in south east Senegal.

In the U.S., Abe rountinely had sex with me. We were about the same age, in our 40s. Abe was 100% total top, and I accomodated him as often as he would let me. While considering myself very much a versatile top, I learned first hand the seduction of hearing an elder African accent pouring out the words "I want to f*** you".

But in Senegal, he would not even discuss it. I understood. I'm causcasian. It's Africa. While at his home, his father and his father's brother, men of 70+ years of age, took me into a small home where, to be blunt, promptly undressed and asked me to bathe them. The broken english was so bad, had they not been naked and rubbing each other out I would not have known what they were saying. I later learned they mistakingly thought I was a servant of Abe's. Once they were confident I got the idea of why I was there, as I performed my chores, they began to talk to each other in Wolof as though I was invisible. Sure, I was very nervous, but no one ever had to tell me what elder meant in Africa.

The next day, I was asked if I wanted to visit a nearby National Park and was told that, where we would be going, we would have to stay overnight, in make-shift tents. We would have to stay just outside the Park. I said sure, and Abe helped me simplify my packing. Abe did not travel with us as I am left to the safety of totally strange men. As I find out 1 hour into the walk, men who do not speak english. And this is a really, really big park.

At this time of year it was very dry, and hot, but at night, it would get somewhat agreeable around 2-5am. The night sky would be so crystal clear it was like you could touch it. You would never know there were so many adult African men. From total strangers walking by, speaking only to others in passing, to men camped in small groups. The night air is what cools them, what frees them to think. And they so do like to walk.

After visiting the Park, the last night in the tents, we had a little too much to drink, and several of the men, in Wolof, said they must walk. One thing led to another and I ended up following them ... at 3am.

We walked for sometime, until I realized I could no longer see them, and soon came upon a small camp, no tents, but with a fire that had just been put out, and was still smoldering. As I looked around into the darkenss, I could hear through my dizzyness from the drink, what I thought were giggles, and whispering.

I walked into the woods. My chest began to pound uncontrollably but I could not turn around. Where would I turn to? For a moment, I thought, no one in the world knows exactly where I am at this very moment, and just as I thought how entoxicating and freeing that is, the thought of Abe not knowing where I am shook me.

As the whispering turned into chanting, singing, I came onto a small clearing, around 30 yards in diameter. It was probably just me, but the moon was so bright, it was like the area was lit up like a room. I literally could not see to the other side of the clearing.

But there stood, before me, two very large men, both at least 250 lbs, basically doing what amounted to a slow motioned coregraphed wrestling match. They were surrounded by the men I had followed, some I saw while walking, and several others, all told about 15-18 men. They were all naked. Except for the two wrestlers, none were younger than me.

Eventually I got the nerve to not try to hide in the small bush I found myself in, when I felt both my arms go limp. I'm talking numb. I was led into the circle, and undressed. I felt sure I was about to faint. The feeling was constant. The chanting became a rhythmic rain eventually blurring me into subconsciousness.

Soon, I was startled by this seemingly disturbing argument between one of the wrestlers and an older man, perhaps in his 60s. I was quickly taken back into the woods and kept there for what seemed like forever, but probably about 20-30 minutes. Each time the voices grew loud and aggressive, I would be petted and held more closely. The scent of African sweat only made me more drunk. Several times I felt myself falling to my knees wanting to orally please anything that came about. I was constantly being held up. As best I remember, that's all that happened in the wooded areas.

Then the most strange thing that has ever happened to me in my life occured. All the men around me slowly walked away, one by one, until all I could see was the well lit area near me. Feeling my vision closing in on me ever so subtly, I walked out of the woods into the clearing.

The wrestler, now completely alone, motioned me to him. As I got close I fainted. When I awoke I was being kissed and caressed. He would not stop looking at my eyes. Every time I went to close them, he would get upset. I could not understand anything he said, most the times he wasn't talking to me anyway, but I understood clearly he wanted my eyes open.

In the end, he had his way with me to completion. He made sure of it. But to say this event was only sexual would be a lasting flaw in my character. He dressed me, walked me for awhile, once I noticed he had disappeared, soon others came about, smiling, waving, pointing the direction for me. No more giggling, no more whispering, no more arguing.

What happen to me that night changed my life.

Two days later, on our way back to Dakar, while resting, I asked Abe, who I thought knew nothing about what had happened, would he ever want me to talk about what I did in Africa. He only shook his head. About three days out we are in another National Park, and while being entertained, a white European couple now living in Cape Verde, makes a point of cautioning the other 'tourists' about wandering near National Parks late at night without escort.

I never felt so un-tourist in all my life.

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          Re: Sex tourism in Gambia...      Cache   Translate Page      
From www gvnet.com I transfer the fllowing passage.

Human Trafficking and Modern-day Slavery

The Gambia is a source, transit, and destination country for children and women trafficked for the purposes of forced labor and commercial sexual exploitation. Within The Gambia, women and girls, and to a lesser extent boys, are trafficked for sexual exploitation, in particular to meet the demand for European sex tourism, and for domestic servitude. Boys are trafficked within the country for forced begging by religious teachers and for street vending. Transnationally, women, girls and boys from neighboring countries are trafficked to The Gambia for the same purposes listed above. Primary source countries are Senegal, Mali, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ghana, Nigeria, Guinea-Bissau, Guinea and Benin. Trafficking of Gambian boys to Senegal for forced begging and Senegalese boys to The Gambia for the same purpose is particularly prevalent. Gambian women and girls are trafficked to Senegal for domestic servitude, and possibly for sexual exploitation. Gambian women and children may be trafficked to Europe through trafficking schemes disguised as migrant smuggling. Reports in the last two years of Gambian, Senegalese, and nationals of other neighboring countries being transported from The Gambia to Spain by boat appear to be predominantly cases of smuggling rather than trafficking. - U.S. State Dept Trafficking in Persons Report, June, 2008 [
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adrien-gay wrote::lol: salut j'ai un ami qui loue un studio à dakar dans la médina
pas trop chere mais labas j'ai trouvé des homos senegalais et j'ai pris mon pied mais il faut savoir rester discret en dehors

salut pourrais tu me mettre en contact avec la personne qui loue moi francais 30 ans et je compte aller au senegal en octobre mais j aimerais en savoir plus pour faire des rencontres discretes. merci d avance. moi stephane.innocente911@orange.fr
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ok my friend, are you african?. kissss
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Liverpool staat op de rand van de kwartfinales van de Champions League na dit uitdoelpunt van Sadio Mané. De aanvaller uit Senegal neemt de bal perfect aan na een lange bal van Virgil van Dijk, draait knap weg en schiet de bal binnen, maar had Manuel Neuer wel uit moeten komen?


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Cheres freres noirs: Voici un americain noir, 22ans, et je compte faire des etudes au Senegal ce janvier jusqu'a mai. Je suis partie d'une programme qui travaillerai beaucoup, mais on va passer la plupart de son temps a l'Universite de Dakar. Moi, je suis tellement pret d'y aller. J'aimerais beaucoup rencontrer quelqu'un avec qui je peux passer mon temps avant de partir pour qu'il ne faudra pas chercher tant que je suis la. Si on s'interesse a me parler ou m'envoyer des details, n'hesitez pas.
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6W/IV3FSG:Elvira,IV3FSG将于201年3月17日-4月14日期间在Dakar,Senegal上线操作。她将操作在HF波段,使用CW,FT8操作模式。

Senegal(塞内加尔)西非国家,位于塞内加尔河的南岸,首都达喀尔。它的西边是大西洋,北边是毛里塔尼亚,东边是马利,南边是几内亚和几内亚比绍。冈比亚在塞内加尔的包围之中,佛得角群岛在距离其海岸约560公里处。

塞内加尔经济活动以农业(花生、棉花、稻米)、渔业、矿业(磷矿)、工业为主,工业化程度较其他西非国家来得高。西非国家中央银行总部设于首都达喀尔。

1994年1月,在国际援助团体的支持下,塞内加尔采取了一个大胆而极具雄心的经济改革计划。改革先由将本国货币(非洲法郎,以固定汇率同前法国法郎挂钩,现在同欧元挂钩)贬值50%开始。政府价格控制和补助也渐渐被取消了。

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          Idrissa NIANG : "mon rêve, c'est de porter le maillot de la sélection nationale"      Cache   Translate Page      
Entretien avec ldrissa Niang, qui évolue aujourd’hui dans le championnat Libanais, le joueur sénégalais à coeur ouvert nous parle de son parcours, sa situation actuelle au Nejmah Sporting Club (Liban) et s’est prononcé sur le niveau de la ligue 1 au Sénégal. L’ancien sociétaire de la CSS et du Jaraaf de Dakar nous a un peu éclairé sur ses perspectives d’avenir.
Idrissa NIANG :
Présentez vous à nos lecteurs ?

« Je m’appelle Idrissa Niang, 27 ans, natif de Richard TOLL et j’évolue au poste de milieu défensif au Nejmah Sporting Club (Beyrouth, Liban). J’ai débuté ma carrière avec l’Académie de la compagnie sucrière sénégalaise, après j’ai intégré l’équipe cadette en 2008, en 2009 surclassé en catégorie junior et naturellement j’ai intégré l’équipe première en 2010 et j’y ai évolué durant deux saisons. Par la suite suis parti au Jaraaf à la saison 2012-2013, club dans le quel j’ai évolué durant 5 saisons. Après je suis parti pour la Tunisie lors de la saison 2017-2018 avec le club Metlaoui. Et là présentement je suis au Liban avec le Nejmeh sporting club de Beyrouth ».

Comment se passe votre intégration au Liban?

« Ça se passe super bien j’ai été bien accueilli et bien intégré par les coéquipiers, dirigeants et les supporters».

Comment évaluez-vous le niveau du football sénégalais par rapport au championnat libanais ?

« Lorsque je suis arrivé ici, j’ai été surpris par la qualité du football Libanais. Il n’y a pas cette grande différence sauf que financièrement le Liban est beaucoup mieux et sur le niveau du jeu le championnat libanais est techniquement meilleur. Au Sénégal ça évolue, néanmoins le niveau serait bien meilleur si les équipements et infrastructures étaient de meilleur qualité» .

Quels sont vos objectifs avec votre club au Liban?

« Les objectifs sont d’aider mon club à gagner des titres et au niveau individuel de réaliser des grandes performances pour intégrer les plus grands championnats européens ou des clubs du Golfe.

Qu’est-ce-que cela demande comme investissements moral, hygiène de vie pour être performant dans les clubs étrangers ?

« Le haut niveau demande beaucoup de sacrifices, de concentration et surtout du courage parce que rien n’est pardonné. L’exigence du professionnalisme c’est pas facile certes mais il faut apprendre à vivre avec pour réussir ».

Comment jugez-vous le championnat au Sénégal (formation, jeu, infrastructures, salaire, organisation)?

« Vous savez au Sénégal y’a énormément de talents mais ça ne suffit pas pour faire un championnat compétitif, il faut une bonne formation à la base, disposer de bonnes infrastructures pour que le jeu se développe c’est le minimum. Après il y’a l’aspect financier qui pose énormément de problèmes mais aussi la logistique et l’organisation de nos clubs ».

 
Quels conseils pouvez-vous donner aux joueurs qui évoluent dans le championnat local?

« Tout ce que je peux demander aux joueurs locaux c’est de persévérer et croire en leurs chances, de se donner les moyens eux mêmes et faire les sacrifices nécessaires. Il n y’a pas de potion magique, le football ce n’est que du travail au quotidien ».

Clairement peut-on dire que vous gagnez bien votre vie au Liban ?

« Ah! Là en bon croyant disons Alhamdoulillah ».

Quels sont vos projets dans le cours et long terme dans les terrains et en dehors ?

« Les projets ça ne manquent pas on y réfléchit mais pour l’instant je suis beaucoup concentré sur ma carrière sportive et après on verra sur quoi on va s’investir dans l’avenir ».

Rêvez-vous d’une sélection en équipe nationale A ?

« Évidemment comme tout footballeurs, le rêve c’est de revêtir le maillot de la sélection nationale même si c’est pas une fin en soi ».

Vous avez suivi le tournoi du Jaraaf aussi bien en préliminaire ligue des champions qu’en coupe CAF, qu’est ce qui cloche d’après avec nos clubs en tournoi africain ?

« Oui bien-sûr que je suis de très près le Jaraaf, mais vous savez ces genres de compétions çà se joue sur des détails et qui comptent beaucoup et à ce niveau nous sommes très négligents au Sénégal ».

Suivez-vous à distance le championnat local ?

« Oui bien-sûr je le suis toujours ».

Pouvez vous nous donner quelques stats (classement de votre club, nombre de match que tu as joué, nombre de but marqué) ?

« Actuellement mon club est 2e à 5 points du leader, on est à 18 ème journée et j’ai joué 16 matchs, pour l’instant avec aucune réalisation mais 4 passes décisives ».

Votre dernier mot?

« Je remercie la rédaction du blog et tous les inconditionnels de votre page et du championnat local, et je remercie tous mes anciens coéquipiers, mais aussi tous les dirigeants et techniciens qui ont encadré ma carrière , sans oublier les supporters qui m’ont toujours poussés à aller de l’avant et je sollicite vivement leurs prières. Je remercie aussi particulièrement ma famille et mes amis ».

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          Science Laboratory Specialist (Seed Specialist) - Government of Canada - Saskatoon, SK      Cache   Translate Page      
H) For more information on how to apply to a CFIA selection process, please visit:. M) It is expected that there will be an opportunity to travel to Senegal... $70,200 - $94,094 a year
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          Ranked! The 10 best centre-backs in the world      Cache   Translate Page      
10. Toby Alderweireld (Tottenham)Alderweireld endured a difficult time at Spurs whilea contract dispute led tohis awkwardbenching. Yet the Belgium international came backwithan excellent World Cup as his country finished third in Russia, and hesoon returned to Mauricio Pochettino'sfirst team despite being heavily linked with a move to Manchester United in the summer. An extension to his contract was triggered, but that only means he can leave for a cut-price fee this summer.Alderweireld is rarely caught out of position and is equally comfortable playing in a back three or back four. He’s a terrific passer too, and is particularly adept at spraying long diagonals out to the flanks.9. Jan Vertonghen (Tottenham)Now into his seventh season as a Tottenham player, Vertonghen has developed into one of the world’s leading centre-backs – and arguably the foremost in the Premier League – over the last couple of years.Alderweireld's team-mate for club and countryis aggressive and an expert at wrestling the ball away from opposition strikers high upfield. He's strong in one-on-one duels and comfortable when forced to defend in wide areas– and the Belgian is also surprisingly adept at left-back, where he put in a stunning display against Borussia Dortmund earlier this season.8. Giorgio Chiellini (Juventus)The grizzled Italian stalwart may have turned 34 in August, but he remains one of the standout players in his position. Strong in the tackle and commanding aerially, Chiellini is a wonderful reader of the game and an underrated passer from deep.Juve's defensive stalwart is still a mainstay in theBianconeribackline and will be integral as they look to land a Champions League win for the first time since 1996.7. Samuel Umtiti (Barcelona)Little was known of Umtiti outside his native France before summer 2016, but it didn’t take long for the centre-back to become a household name. Confirmation of his move from Lyon to Barcelona came midway through that year’s European Championship, when the defender turned in a flawless display on his international debut against Iceland in the quarter-finals.Umtiti isn’t the biggest at 6ft tall, but he more than makes up for his lack of height in other areas. Mobile, powerful and quick to anticipate danger, he’s also a good passer and ball-carrier from the heart of the backline. He was a key member of the France side that triumphed to win the World Cup in Russia.6. Diego Godin (Atletico Madrid)Godin probably isn’t the type of centre-half who would thrive under Pep Guardiola or Maurizio Sarri, but he’s the perfect fit for Atletico Madrid and Uruguay. While he’s by no means poor in possession – the 32-year-old has shownthat he’s perfectly capable of carrying the ball upfield when the situation demands – Godin is more of an old-fashioned defender than most of his peers on this list.Gritty, rugged and aggressive, the former Villarreal stopper is invariably in the right places at the right times. Blessed with great powers of anticipation, he also has a useful knack for popping up with vital set-piece goals.5. Aymeric Laporte (Manchester City)A classy yet understated operator in the Premier League's finest ever team, Laporte is the atypical Guardiola centre-back: stylish, comfortable in possession and not afraid to put his head where it hurts when things matter.Manchester City run a tight ship in large part thanks to Laporte, who joined them from Athletic Bilbao for £57m in January 2018. An ongoing international dispute– he could beeligible for Spain and France– means he hasn't actually played for either yet, having previously represented Les Bleusat youth level. That will surely change in the near future.4. Sergio Ramos (Real Madrid)Ramos won't win too many popularity awards outside of the Bernabeu, and he's slipping down this list now, but it’s tough to dispute his position as one of the best defenders in world football. The Real Madrid captain is still his team’s heartbeat andalways rises to the big occasion, as hedemonstrated duringLos Blancos’ recent monopolisation of the Champions League trophy.His antics may be a turn-off– or hilarious, with that purposeful yellow card against Ajax in mind–but his aerial prowess in both boxes and all-round fighting spirit can only be admired.3. Kalidou Koulibaly (Napoli)Napoli may have lost Jorginho to Chelsea in the summer, but they'll have been delighted to keep the rest of their squad intact. Koulibaly is the man they'd have least liked to lose, after the Senegal international proved in 2017/18 that he deserves to be considered among the very best in his position.A commanding figure who’s difficult to get the better of either in the air or in a foot race, Koulibaly is rarely outmanoeuvred by opposition strikers. Most impressive, though, is his ability with the ball at his feet; Koulibaly is a magnificent passer who always manages to keep his cool in possession. He'll be the most in-demand stopper this summer.2. Raphael Varane (Real Madrid)Varane was outstanding at the 2018 World Cup, turning in superb performance after superb performance as France won the tournament for the second time in their history. That followedon from the four Champions Leagueand two La Liga titles he’d previously won – not a bad haul for a player who only turned 25 in April.This season has been less gold-tinged, but Varane is the complete central defender. He reads the game expertly and possesses the recovery speed to cover for team-mates’ mistakes, and he’s adept at stepping into midfield with the ball and setting his side on the attack if needs be too.1. Virgil van Dijk (Liverpool)Football is a team game and even the most talented individual will struggle to shine if the collective balance of the team isn’t right. Even so, it’s hard to avoid the conclusion that Van Dijk has transformed Liverpool’s defensive fortunes since his move from Southampton in January 2018; where once was a leaky backline that undermined a thrilling strike force now lies the bedrock of a title-challenging team.The Dutchman has never played at an international tournament or won a major trophy outside Scotland, but that doesn't matter right now: he's taken giant strides since his move to Anfield, and is a growing force for his country too. The 27-year-old has everything you’d want in a modern-day centre-back: strength, speed, aerial prowess, leadership qualities and ability on the ball. 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CrossingBorders - 10dence gallery - Global Art Project (GAP)


Global Art Project - group exhibition
Location: Sint-Amanduskapel - Campo-Santo
Visitatiestraat 2 - 9040 Sint-Amandsberg - Ghent - Belgium
Timeframe: August 31 till September 15 2019
Curated by Ron Weijers and Carl Heyward
Crossing Borders is an initiative and organized by 10dence gallery, Gravenstraat 33, 3311 BC, Dordrecht, the Netherlands and is presented in partnership with Global Art Project - GAP.

Ron Weijers and Carl Heyward, both professional artist and curators who both have a long term collaborative background within the Global Art Project (GAP) community, see geographical boundary lines as unnecessary and obsolete, especially when considering the rich and diverse cultural makeup this world shares. With this in mind, they invite artists connected to the Global Art Project community from all over the world to reflect on the concept and to show their work at the Sint Amanduskapel, Campo-Santo in Ghent, Belgium, in an exhibition titled ''CrossingBorders''.


The exhibition location is located at Sint-Amanduskapel - Campo-Santo - Visitatiestraat 2 - 9040 - Sint-Amandsberg - Ghent - Belgium. The CrossingBorders exhibition will be on display from August 31 till September 15 2019. For further information: +31[6]12184120 or info@10dencegallery.com - website www.10dencegallery.com.

CrossingBorders concept
CrossingBorders is a conceptual collaborative group exhibition project for art professionals affiliated with Global Art Project GAP worldwide aiming on transferring the projects concept to the public and extending the participants professional international networks and art market. The CrossingBorders exhibition aims to bring together Global Art Project affiliated artists from all over the world, who are highly motivated to collaborate with each other across national borders with the ambition to enter each other's markets artistically. The curators of the CrossingBorders exhibition, stimulate and expect a conceptual reflection on distances or barriers, included in the perceptual context of a border, a blocking in thinking, acceptance and/or understanding by means of political issues, globalisation, (im)migration, climate change, gender, race, culture, religious racism, terrorism, genocide, war, misogynist behavior, feelings of fear or superiority etc etc... In other words, the GAP artists will reflect upon their own conceptions about what constitutes a border or boundary and what it means to cross it.

Furthermore, the CrossingBorders concept also strongly intends to reflect on the role of migration as embodied in works of art. Centring on the physical and conceptual manifestations of the effects of migration and migrants on art. This issue also invites a focus on diasporas of practitioners and their reception by new audiences or consumers. The current ‘refugee crisis’ represents, above all, an international political crisis as lack of coordinated action that for instance has stretched the European Union relations almost to breaking point. In many countries populist right wing parties have been given a new lease of life with increasing numbers of people turning their backs on an open and liberal society. CrossingBorders stimulates reflection on the role of migration as embodied in works of art, material culture and their conservation.

Participating GAP Artists and guests


Akiko Suzuki
Ana Gabiño
Anne Brems
Annik Sensée
Anthony Bourdeau
Carl Heyward
Chaewon Oh
Claude Smith
Chris Hunnicutt
Christine Verhaert
Compagnie Puls'Art
David Jenowe
Emannual Montoya
Francis Beaty
Glen Rogers
Herbert Siguenza
Jennifer Hynes
Linda Coppens
Lynn Arnold
Macha Mélanie
Madeleine Wories
Mar Daines
Marino Rossetti
Mikel Frank
Patrick Tagoe-Turkson
Robert Reed
Ron Weijers
Susumu Ohira
Vered Gersztenkorn
Whandal Syporca
William Jaggers
Dimitri Xato
Frans van Viegen

Global Art Project (GAP)
an international mixed-media collaborative collective

Global Art Project (GAP), founded by Carl Heyward, Akiko Suzuki, Lorna Crane, Chaewon Oh and Vered Gersztenkorn is an international group of artists with diverse interests and backgrounds; their common belief in art making as a natural part of the human condition, and collaboration as a key component, enables them to produce work that embodies a special kind of truth. Like the Fluxus artists, the principles that underlie the GAP philosophy include the belief that trusting the process of making art is fundamental to its creation, that art as a means of communication has a universal, cross cultural reach, and that education is not essential to understanding or appreciating of a work of art. It is unrestricted and available to all, not only those who can afford to purchase art or visit museums where carefully selected precious objects are carefully guarded.

Going beyond the surrealist’s concept of “automatism,” the GAP artists yield to the release of the separate and distinct grasp for the sake of a combined learning and aesthetic experience. Much of the work produced by this group is characterized by raw energy combined with elegant, intuitive, unplanned design. Implicit mutual faith, relinquishing of territorial boundaries, and conviction that the result will reflect the authenticity of the experience are essential to the practice. It is different from “group think”, or individual artists working on a project together. The concurrent action of the workers, without a predetermined program or plan, instigates a communal vision, giving rise to aspects of the unknown which would have otherwise been unreachable. Each mark, stroke, gesture, shape, color, and texture retains its intrinsic qualities while transforming into a collective composition. The process takes time, so there is an element of sequential movement to the work. The time that it takes for the eye to travel around a composition, following the impulses of the various artists involved in its creation, is an interesting variable in this process. While often nonobjective, the content of the collaborative work sometimes contains explicit images of public figures, or recognizable icons juxtaposed with self-contained formal elements. The results present us with an interesting dichotomy because, like all two dimensional art, it is seen instantaneously, but can often be best appreciated over time. The nature of this work is provocative on many levels, and has endless possible routes to the yet to be discovered.

GAP Is a membership based international collaborative of Mixed-media Artists whose active participants vary between 6-20 depending on the project. Having roots initially in web based activity beginning in 2012 (post card and correspondence art projects such as KNEE(jerk) Fragmentation Project)
​Global Art Project has generated numerous workshops, exhibitions and collaborative studio experiences in Venice, Lecce and Treviso Italy, Mazatlan, Mexico, San Francisco, Mill Valley, Benicia, Sausalito and Novato California. Currently GAP VII - Residency, Sobo Bade in Senegal from December 23 2018 till January 25 is under development for 2019.  Their work reflects individual, personal and global concerns by virtue of intention. They are creating and exhibiting work that allows freedom of expression given this unique format to communicate beyond language and culture with diverse artists from all over the world while remaining open to the opportunities of the moment accessed through this circumstance in settings allowing interaction not only with each other but local arts communities as well.

GAP is  linked by activity in mixed-media art practice, which may be reduced to working with the materials at hand and has antecedents in collage, assemblage, found-object and related practice. Their affinity with Fluxus, Cobra, and the Dada Art Movement is a recognition of the importance of being attuned to the collaborative future.

10dence gallery - multi-disciplinairy expressions of art
an alternative international web-based gallery and network platform for contemporary art

The Dutch multi-disciplinary artist Ron Weijers over the years, developed his artistic and organizational involvement within international operating art community and networks with his 10dence gallery as well as several other wide-spread networks and art platforms. 10dence gallery presents, creates, explores, nurtures and promotes the art that happens when connections are made and knowledge is shared - across the boundaries of the established art-world institutions and their markets. Artist run 10dence gallery currently represents an international selected group of 15 artists in an alternative manner, organizing exhibition projects within the Netherlands and Belgium.

As an artist/curator, Weijers comments on our everyday (sur)realities whilestimulating dialogue and discussion on social and geopolitical issues of our time. In his work he considers the daily absurd - larger than life – (im)possibilities of this world by visualizing the essence, catching the heart of the issue at hand. Within the whole array of different media and ways or approaches to artistic visualisation, one can sense a special harmony between the expressed and produced, between the personal and populist, the traditional and modern, the premeditated and intuitive, but also between the physically perceived and spiritually sensed. His work engages with current events and contemporary society. Reviewing a worldwide climate of inflaming violence and it's obvious consequences, laid-back absorbed from a cozy armchair as presented by a large variety of conveniently censored news-broadcasts, he developed and constructed a very individual concept and style that is trademarking these projects. His visualization and philosophy on the concepts for these projects, can be enigmatic in parts and often they are deliberately dark and dazzling at the same time. Furthermore the concepts mostly contain a highly potent mixture of symbolism that in his opinion works as an immersion booster. He is proud to be able to call himself an idealist and there is a strong essence of idealism integrated within his artistic processes. Thriving on his freedom of expression, overall he will develop projects in order to reflect his antipathy or solidarity to the peticular cause as integrated within the concept. In general the works will discharge a positive loaded energy field from a distant viewing point and will reveal the actual and opposite details only by closer examination. With the exhibition of projects like this, he intends to transfer his views and thoughts to the spectator, to improve awareness and to promote and to stimulate an open dialogue and discussion on specific and often sensitive issues.


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Global Art Project - 10dence gallery - Exposition Collective
CrossingBorders (Franchir les frontières)
Lieu : Campo-Santo - Chapelle Saint Amandus 
Visitatiestraat 2 - 9040 Sint-Amandsberg - Gand - Belgique 
Du 31 août au 15 septembre 2019


Ron Weijers et Carl Heyward, tous deux artistes professionnels et commissaires, ont ensemble un long passé de collaboration au sein de la communauté Global Art Project (GAP).
Ils considèrent les frontières géographiques comme "inutiles" et "obsolètes", compte tenu de la richesse et de la diversité culturelle que le monde partage, 
Dans cette optique, ils invitent des artistes connectés à la communauté Global Art Project du monde entier à réfléchir sur ce concept, et montrer leur travail lors d'une Exposition intitulée: ''CrossingBorders", qui aura lieu à Campo Santo - Sint-Amanduskapel - Visitatiestraat 2 - 9040 - Sint-Amandsberg - Gand - Belgique. Du 31 août au 15 septembre 2019.


Pour plus d'informations : info@10dencegallery.com - site Web www.10dencegallery.com.
CrossingBorders (Franchir les Frontières), est un projet d’exposition collective conceptuel pour les professionnels de l’art, affiliés à Global Art Project (GAP) dans le monde entier, visant à transmettre ce concept de projets au public, et à l'étendre aux réseaux de participants professionnels internationaux et au marché de l’art. 
Cette exposition a pour objectif de rassembler des artistes internationaux membres de GAP motivés, afin de collaborer entre eux au-delà des frontières, et avec l’ambition de pénétrer artistiquement les marchés des uns et des autres. 
Les commissaires de l'exposition CrossingBorders stimulent et attendent une réflexion conceptuelle concernant les distances, ou les barrières inhérentes au contexte, celle aussi d'appréhender une frontière, sans limite de réflexion, l'acceptation et/ou la compréhension au moyen de questions politi-ques, la mondialisation, (im)migration, changement climatique, de genre, race, culture, racisme religi-eux, terrorisme, génocide, guerre, comportement misogyne, sentiments de peur ou de supériorité, etc. 
Les artistes de GAP pourront réfléchir à leurs propres conceptions sur ce que constitue une frontière ou une limite, et, ce que cela signifie de la franchir.


En outre, ce concept a fortement l'intention de faire réfléchir au rôle de la migration incarnée dans les œuvres d'art. Il est centré en l'occurence sur les manifestations physiques et conceptuelles des effets de la migration et des migrants sur l'art. 
Cette question invite également à se concentrer sur les diasporas, leurs pratiques, et l'accueil généré par de nouveaux publics ou consommateurs. 
La "crise des réfugiés" actuelle représente, avant tout, une crise politique internationale dû en partie à l'absence d'actions coordonnées qui par exemple a tendu les relations de l'Union européenne prati-quement jusqu' au point de rupture.
Dans beaucoup de pays, les partis populistes de droite ont retrouvé un nouveau souffle de vie avec un nombre croissant de personnes qui tournent le dos à une société ouverte et libérale. 
CrossingBorders stimule la réflexion sur le rôle de la migration représentée dans les œuvres d’art, la culture matérielle et leur conservation.

Tout travail artistique est le reflet de l'individu, au nom de ses préoccupations personnelles et mondiales. 
Les membres artistes créent et exposent, ce qui leur permet d'avoir une liberté unique d'expres-sion et de communication au-delà de la langue et de la culture, et ce, avec divers artistes du monde entier, tout en restant ouvert aux opportunités du moment, accessibles en toute circonstance, et dans des contextes permettant une interaction non seulement entre elles mais avec les communautés artistiques locales existantes.
GAP est lié par une activité pratiquant des techniques mixtes, ce qui peut amener l'artiste à travail-ler avec les matériaux disponibles tout en intégrant ses antécédents en matière de collage, d’assemblage, d’objets trouvés et de techniques similaires. 
Son affinité avec Fluxus, Cobra et le Dadaïsme (mouvement Dada) est une reconnaissance de l’importance d’être lié à un futur collaboratif.


Rencontres interactives dans l'espace d’exposition
Les visiteurs seront encouragés à réfléchir, et avoir leurs propres visions et interprétations du con-cept CrossingBorders, et ce directement sur vidéo. 
Toutes les réflexions enregistrées seront automatiquement projetées en boucle, et se poursuivra pendant toute la durée de l'exposition. Une sorte de forum unidirectionnel sans restrictions.


Global Art Project (GAP), est un collectif international collaboratif multimédia, fondé par: Carl Heyward, Akiko Suzuki, Lorna Crane, Chaewon Oh et Vered Gersztenkorn,est un groupe interna-tional d’artistes aux intérêts et origines diverses. Leur croyance commune dans l'art fait partie inté-grante de leur vie. Leur collaboration est une composante essentielle qui permet de produire un travail reflétant leur propre version de la vérité 
À l'instar des artistes de Fluxus, les principes qui soulignent la philosophie GAP incluent la conviction que la confiance dans le processus de création artistique est fondamentale, et que l'art en tant que moyen de communication a une portée universelle et interculturelle. Des compétences spécifiques ne sont pas nécessaires pour comprendre ou apprécier une œuvre d'art. C'est sans restriction et accessible à tous, et pas exclusivement à ceux qui peuvent se permettre d'acheter de l'art, visiter des musées où admirer des objets précieux soigneusement sélectionnés et bien gardés.


Outrepassant, le concept d'automatisme surréaliste, les artistes de GAP cèdent la place à la compré-hension individuelle et distincte dans l'intérêt d'une expérience incluant apprentissage et esthétique. Une grande partie du travail réalisé par ce groupe se caractérise par une énergie brute combinée à une conception élégante, intuitive et non planifiée. La certitude mutuelle implicite, l'abandon des fron-tières territoriales et la certitude que le résultat reflétera l'authenticité de l'expérience sont essentiel à son l'accomplissement. 
Ce différent "mode de pensée" ou des artistes individuels travaillant ensemble sur un projet, est l'action concomitante des créateurs sans programme ou plan prédéterminé, il incite à une vision commune, donnant lieu à des aspects inconnus qui auraient autrement été inaccessibles. Chaque marque, coup de pinceau, geste, forme, couleur et texture conservent leurs qualités intrinsèques tout en se transformant en une composition collective. Le processus prend du temps, il y a donc un élé-ment de mouvement séquentiel vers le travail. 
Le temps qu'il faut à l'œil pour voyager autour d'une composition, en suivant les impulsions des différents artistes impliqués dans sa création, est une variante intéressante dans ce processus. Bien que souvent non objectif, le contenu du travail collaboratif contient parfois des images explicites de personnalités publiques ou des icônes reconnaissables juxtaposées à des éléments formels indépen-dants. Les résultats nous présentent une dichotomie intéressante, de fait, comme tous les arts bidi-mensionnels, ils sont vus instantanément, mais souvent peuvent être mieux appréciés au fil du temps. La nature de ce travail est provocante à bien des égards, et offre des possibilités infinies de chemins à découvrir.


GAP est une collaboration internationale d’artistes d'art mixte dont le nombre de participants varie entre 6 et 20 selon le projet. Ayant pris ses racines sur le Web à partir de 2012 (projets de cartes postales et d'art par correspondance tels que KNEE (jerk) Fragmentation Project)
Global Art Project a généré de nombreux ateliers, expositions et expériences ... 
La résidence GAP VII - Sobo Bade au Sénégal du 23 décembre 2018 au 25 janvier est en cours de développement pour 2019.


10dence gallery - expressions d'art multidisciplinaires
une galerie Web alternative internationale et une plate-forme de réseau pour l'art contemporain


L'artiste multidisciplinaire néerlandais Ron Weijers a développé au fil des ans son implication artis-tique et organisationnelle au sein de la communauté artistique internationale, de ses réseaux et plates-formes artistiques, avec sa galerie 10dence. Sa galerie présente, crée, explore, nourrit et fait la promotion de l'art, lorsque des relations sont établies et que le savoir est partagé, et ce, à travers les limites des institutions mondiales de l'art établi, et de leurs marchés. La galerie d'artistes de 10dence représente actuellement un groupe international sélectionné de 15 artistes de façon alternative, organisant des projets d'exposition aux Pays-Bas et en Belgique.
En tant qu'artiste/commissaire, Ron Weijers commente nos (sur)réalités quotidiennes tout en stimulant le dialogue et la discussion sur les problèmes sociaux et géopolitiques de notre époque. Dans son travail, il considère les absurdités quotidiennes - plus grandes que la vie - (im) possibilités de ce monde, en visualisant sa quintessence, ses enjeux, et en s'émouvant. 
Dans tout l'éventail de différents médias et des moyens ou approches de la visualisation artistique, on peut ressentir une harmonie particulière entre l'expression et la réalisation, entre l'individuel et le populiste, le traditionnel et le moderne, l'anticipation et l'intuition, mais aussi entre la perception physique et le ressenti spirituel.
Son travail est engagé vis à vis de l'actualité et la société actuelle. Observant un climat mondial où la violence est tangible, et ses conséquences évidentes, Tout çà, implicitement commenté assis confortablement dans un fauteuil et présenté par une grande variété d’émissions d’informations commodément censurées.
Il a développé et construit un concept et un style très individuel, son empreinte se reconnait dans ses projets Sa visualisation et sa philosophie sur ses concepts personnels peuvent être en partie énigmatiques et sont délibérément sombres et éblouissants à la fois. En outre,ses concepts englo-bent surtout un mélange fortement puissant de symbolisme qui à son avis agit comme un amplificateur d’immersion. Il est fier de pouvoir se qualifier d'idéaliste, et dans ses processus artistiques se reflètent sa nature profonde, c'est celle-là même qui lui permet de fonctionner. Fort de sa liberté d’expression, il développera des projets afin d'exprimer son antipathie ou sa solidarité aux causes particulières et sensibles. En général, ses travaux libèrent un champ d'énergie positive qui à partir d’un point de vue distant révéleront des détails réels et leurs opposés, et ce après une analyse plus approfondie.
Avec un projet d’exposition comme celui-ci, il a l’intention de transmettre ses vues et ses réflexions au public, en vue de mieux faire connaître, promouvoir et encourager le débat, le dialogue et la discussion, afin d'avoir une conversation ouverte et constructive sur des questions spécifiques et souvent sensibles.


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I live in the U.S. Recently, I returned from a visit to Senegal, my third. I no longer stay in Dakar but in locations elsewhere.

Years ago, in Philadelphia, I met a man from Dakar, Abe, who would later allow me to accompany him home. It would be my first trip to Africa.

We stayed in Dakar for a week when he said he had to make a trip home. This meant to his birthplace in a small village very southeast in Senegal. I asked to go and, after great consideration, he said yes. We went by car, bus, car again, and many times on foot, for four days, arriving in his home village, deep in south east Senegal.

In the U.S., Abe rountinely had sex with me. We were about the same age, in our 40s. Abe was 100% total top, and I accomodated him as often as he would let me. While considering myself very much a versatile top, I learned first hand the seduction of hearing an elder African accent pouring out the words "I want to f*** you".

But in Senegal, he would not even discuss it. I understood. I'm causcasian. It's Africa. While at his home, his father and his father's brother, men of 70+ years of age, took me into a small home where, to be blunt, promptly undressed and asked me to bathe them. The broken english was so bad, had they not been naked and rubbing each other out I would not have known what they were saying. I later learned they mistakingly thought I was a servant of Abe's. Once they were confident I got the idea of why I was there, as I performed my chores, they began to talk to each other in Wolof as though I was invisible. Sure, I was very nervous, but no one ever had to tell me what elder meant in Africa.

The next day, I was asked if I wanted to visit a nearby National Park and was told that, where we would be going, we would have to stay overnight, in make-shift tents. We would have to stay just outside the Park. I said sure, and Abe helped me simplify my packing. Abe did not travel with us as I am left to the safety of totally strange men. As I find out 1 hour into the walk, men who do not speak english. And this is a really, really big park.

At this time of year it was very dry, and hot, but at night, it would get somewhat agreeable around 2-5am. The night sky would be so crystal clear it was like you could touch it. You would never know there were so many adult African men. From total strangers walking by, speaking only to others in passing, to men camped in small groups. The night air is what cools them, what frees them to think. And they so do like to walk.

After visiting the Park, the last night in the tents, we had a little too much to drink, and several of the men, in Wolof, said they must walk. One thing led to another and I ended up following them ... at 3am.

We walked for sometime, until I realized I could no longer see them, and soon came upon a small camp, no tents, but with a fire that had just been put out, and was still smoldering. As I looked around into the darkenss, I could hear through my dizzyness from the drink, what I thought were giggles, and whispering.

I walked into the woods. My chest began to pound uncontrollably but I could not turn around. Where would I turn to? For a moment, I thought, no one in the world knows exactly where I am at this very moment, and just as I thought how entoxicating and freeing that is, the thought of Abe not knowing where I am shook me.

As the whispering turned into chanting, singing, I came onto a small clearing, around 30 yards in diameter. It was probably just me, but the moon was so bright, it was like the area was lit up like a room. I literally could not see to the other side of the clearing.

But there stood, before me, two very large men, both at least 250 lbs, basically doing what amounted to a slow motioned coregraphed wrestling match. They were surrounded by the men I had followed, some I saw while walking, and several others, all told about 15-18 men. They were all naked. Except for the two wrestlers, none were younger than me.

Eventually I got the nerve to not try to hide in the small bush I found myself in, when I felt both my arms go limp. I'm talking numb. I was led into the circle, and undressed. I felt sure I was about to faint. The feeling was constant. The chanting became a rhythmic rain eventually blurring me into subconsciousness.

Soon, I was startled by this seemingly disturbing argument between one of the wrestlers and an older man, perhaps in his 60s. I was quickly taken back into the woods and kept there for what seemed like forever, but probably about 20-30 minutes. Each time the voices grew loud and aggressive, I would be petted and held more closely. The scent of African sweat only made me more drunk. Several times I felt myself falling to my knees wanting to orally please anything that came about. I was constantly being held up. As best I remember, that's all that happened in the wooded areas.

Then the most strange thing that has ever happened to me in my life occured. All the men around me slowly walked away, one by one, until all I could see was the well lit area near me. Feeling my vision closing in on me ever so subtly, I walked out of the woods into the clearing.

The wrestler, now completely alone, motioned me to him. As I got close I fainted. When I awoke I was being kissed and caressed. He would not stop looking at my eyes. Every time I went to close them, he would get upset. I could not understand anything he said, most the times he wasn't talking to me anyway, but I understood clearly he wanted my eyes open.

In the end, he had his way with me to completion. He made sure of it. But to say this event was only sexual would be a lasting flaw in my character. He dressed me, walked me for awhile, once I noticed he had disappeared, soon others came about, smiling, waving, pointing the direction for me. No more giggling, no more whispering, no more arguing.

What happen to me that night changed my life.

Two days later, on our way back to Dakar, while resting, I asked Abe, who I thought knew nothing about what had happened, would he ever want me to talk about what I did in Africa. He only shook his head. About three days out we are in another National Park, and while being entertained, a white European couple now living in Cape Verde, makes a point of cautioning the other 'tourists' about wandering near National Parks late at night without escort.

I never felt so un-tourist in all my life.

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Human Trafficking and Modern-day Slavery

The Gambia is a source, transit, and destination country for children and women trafficked for the purposes of forced labor and commercial sexual exploitation. Within The Gambia, women and girls, and to a lesser extent boys, are trafficked for sexual exploitation, in particular to meet the demand for European sex tourism, and for domestic servitude. Boys are trafficked within the country for forced begging by religious teachers and for street vending. Transnationally, women, girls and boys from neighboring countries are trafficked to The Gambia for the same purposes listed above. Primary source countries are Senegal, Mali, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ghana, Nigeria, Guinea-Bissau, Guinea and Benin. Trafficking of Gambian boys to Senegal for forced begging and Senegalese boys to The Gambia for the same purpose is particularly prevalent. Gambian women and girls are trafficked to Senegal for domestic servitude, and possibly for sexual exploitation. Gambian women and children may be trafficked to Europe through trafficking schemes disguised as migrant smuggling. Reports in the last two years of Gambian, Senegalese, and nationals of other neighboring countries being transported from The Gambia to Spain by boat appear to be predominantly cases of smuggling rather than trafficking. - U.S. State Dept Trafficking in Persons Report, June, 2008 [
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adrien-gay wrote::lol: salut j'ai un ami qui loue un studio à dakar dans la médina
pas trop chere mais labas j'ai trouvé des homos senegalais et j'ai pris mon pied mais il faut savoir rester discret en dehors

salut pourrais tu me mettre en contact avec la personne qui loue moi francais 30 ans et je compte aller au senegal en octobre mais j aimerais en savoir plus pour faire des rencontres discretes. merci d avance. moi stephane.innocente911@orange.fr
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ok my friend, are you african?. kissss
          je ferrai des etudes      Cache   Translate Page      
Cheres freres noirs: Voici un americain noir, 22ans, et je compte faire des etudes au Senegal ce janvier jusqu'a mai. Je suis partie d'une programme qui travaillerai beaucoup, mais on va passer la plupart de son temps a l'Universite de Dakar. Moi, je suis tellement pret d'y aller. J'aimerais beaucoup rencontrer quelqu'un avec qui je peux passer mon temps avant de partir pour qu'il ne faudra pas chercher tant que je suis la. Si on s'interesse a me parler ou m'envoyer des details, n'hesitez pas.
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Neuer 5 - Esce molto male su Mané, valutando con poca attenzione tempi e modi dell'intervento, finendo per venir saltato subito sul controllo dal senegalese.
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El Liverpool estará en los cuartos de final. El conjunto ‘red’ se impuso por 1-3 en campo del Bayern de Munich para sellar su billete a la siguiente ronda en un partido que finiquitó Sadio Mané. El senegalés, que ya había hecho el primer gol del...


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