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Volleyball's African Dream Project Shines In Cape Verde

Cape Verde, December 16, 2014- The African Dream Project showed an exciting implementation of activities last week with the “Monitor’s course”.

The course which held from the 4th of December to the 8th had 15 participants coming from different cities in Cape Verde. 60 more words


Volcanic eruption in Cape Verde destroys two villages

Bissau (AFP) – The biggest eruption of Cape Verde volcano Pico do Fogo in decades has destroyed two villages and threatens a forest reserve Tuesday, officials said. 373 more words


Mobiles Surge in Developing Countries - Report

September 14, 2006

The International Telecommunication Union has launched a report on ICT Telecommunication development in least developed countries (LDCs). The report examines key developments in the information and communication technology (ICT) and telecommunications sector including trends and challenges in the world’s poorest countries in the period 2001 to 2005. 644 more words

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Deih XLF - Santo Antão

Spanish painter Deih is currently in Cape Verde where he was invited by the Sete Sois Sete Luas Street Art Festival to paint a new piece on the streets of Santo Antão. 24 more words


All over the world (#47)

Denise has never lived more than a decade in the same country. Nine years in Senegal, one year in Tanzania and then eight years in the Netherlands allowed her to realize how different people and places can be – still at the age of 20. 743 more words


The Power of Bom Dia

The history of Cape Verde is reflected not only in the music of the islands but also in the souls of the people. As but one example, the songs of Cesaria Evora, harken back to earlier times expressing the sorrow and grief experienced by the women whose husbands, primarily slaves from Africa, left Cape Verde in search of jobs. 629 more words


Strolling Through Mindelo, Cape Verde

Mindelo is a port city on the northern part of the island of Sao Vicente in Cape Verde. The city is home to 93% of the island’s population and is known for its colorful and animated carnival celebrations. 204 more words