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The Lions of Teranga won their opening Group B clash 2-0 against Tunisia, and Liverpool's Sadio Mane and West Ham's Cheikhou Kouyate will be confident heading into the second match of the tournament.
A win will send Senegal through to the quarter-finals, but Zimbabwe will pose a threat despite missing star forward Knowledge Musona through injury.
Today six out of every ten Americans use social networking sites (SNS) such as Facebook or Twitter, and more than half are smartphone owners.
In this chapter, we examine some of the ways in which mobile phones and social networking sites are impacting the world of dating and relationships.
Although predominantly Muslim, Senegal is a tolerant secular state, whose peoples have lived together peacefully for several generations and have intermingled to some extent. Terranga (hospitality) is a common word used by almost all of the country's twelve ethnic groups.
This sense of a national identity is not shared by the Diola populations in the forest areas of the Casamance, who since December 1982 have been engaged in an armed insurgency to separate from the Islamized northerners.
In 2001, the GICHD's support to the Convention reached a new level when the States Parties formally mandated the Centre to establish the Convention's Implementation Support Unit (ISU).
An Agreement between the States Parties and the GICHD on the implementation support for the Convention was signed on 7 November 2001.
Text of the Convention on the Prohibition of the Use, Stockpiling, Production and Transfer of Anti-personnel Mines and on Their Destruction The GICHD has a long relationship with the Convention; at its signing ceremony in Ottawa in December 1997, Switzerland announced that it would establish an international centre for humanitarian demining in order "to facilitate cooperation between specialists, (to) gather practical information and (to) propose new methods and techniques of mine-clearing." Not long after the Convention entered into force, the GICHD began actively supporting the implementation of the Convention, and providing the necessary organisation and venue for the Intersessional Work Programme established in 1999.
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Social networking sites offer fertile ground for checking in on past relationships, and also for posting updates about current ones.
One third (31%) of all SNS users have gone on these sites to check up on someone they used to date or be in a relationship with, and 17% have posted pictures or other details from a date on a social networking site.