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Sudan, South Sudan reach oil deal, will hold border talks Saturday, 4 Aug 2012
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - Sudan said on Saturday it had reached a deal with South Sudan on oil transit fees, a first step towards ending a dispute which had brought the hostile neighbours close to war, but also said it wanted a border security agreement before oil flows resumed.  Full Article
Clinton to hold Syria talks in Turkey on August 11
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AFRICA SPORTS: 2012 OLYMPICS
Kenya target 12 golds on London track
The Kenyan athletics team at the London Olympics is the best ever and can win 12 golds and 36 medals in all over the next two weeks, coach Julius Kirwa said on Wednesday.  Full Article 
Strong Kenya team arrives at Games
Kenyan village cheers champion neighbours in London
Pistorius ready to receive the relay baton
Oscar Pistorius thinks his greatest value to South Africa's 4x400-metre relay team will be running in second or third place and the double amputee, nicknamed 'Blade Runner', on Wednesday welcomed a decision by the sport's governing IAAF to allow him to run in any position at the London Games.  Full Article 
Le Clos beat Phelps at own game
Van der Burgh ends South African men's gold drought
Egypt surprise package in quarter-finals
Egypt, who endured a torrid start to the Olympic men's soccer competition when they trailed 3-0 to Brazil in their opener, completed a remarkable recovery by reaching the quarter-finals with a 3-1 win over Belarus on Wednesday.  Full Article 
Britain sink Uruguay to reach last eight
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SILVER TOCOMJPY  68.50JPY  -1.10
PLATINUM TOCOMJPY  3,512.00JPY  -43.00
PALLADIUM TOCOMJPY  1,445.00JPY  -32.00
ALUMINIUM TOCOMJPY  180.00JPY  0.00
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Gas Oil ICEUSD  927.50USD  20.00
Crude Oil Light SweetUSD  91.36USD  4.23
Gas, Natural NYMEXUSD  2.89USD  -0.03
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Coffee C ICE FUT USUSD  172.80USD  1.15
Cocoa ICE FUT USUSD  2,389.00USD  20.00
Sugar World No.11 ICE FUT USUSD  21.96USD  -0.08
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