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Portu/French/Nat Government troops and rebels are reported to have exchanged heavy artillery fire in the capital of Guinea-Bissau on Friday, killing at least eight civilians. The Portuguese news agency Lusa says the victims died in artillery fire which also set fire to the city's central market. Bissau has been under sporadic attack since June 7, when a breakaway military faction occupied the city's main military garrison and the international airport where they are still entrenched. Rebel soldiers have stepped up their pressure against Senegalese troops, who have come to the aid of the beleaguered President of Guinea Bissau, Joao Bernardo Vieira. Hundreds of citizens have evacuated the area around the capital city, Bissau. Thousands have been displaced by fighting ov...
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Beyrick De Vries, William Aliotti and John Micheletti get out of their comfort zone to explore new islands and discover new waves. Based on a Zigzag article 20 years ago, São Tomé, an island off West Africa has always been under the radar and finally a group of professional surfers go on a spontaneous mission to one of the most rural and untouched islands that exist today. Realized by Monster Energy and Zigzag surfing magazine.
If you are stopping briefly in the Netherlands en route to another destination or staying for up to three months, depending on your nationality you may need to get a short-stay visa. There are two types of short-stay visa: • The A-visa is for transit only and is needed by passengers of certain nationalities who are making a stopover in a Dutch airport en route to another country, outside of the Schengen area. • The C-visa (sometimes called a ‘tourist visa') allows you to stay in the Netherlands for up to three months (90 days) within a six-month period. If you are citizen from any of these countries you will need a visa to enter Netherlands: Afghanistan, Algeria, Angola, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Belarus, Belize, Benin, Bhutan, Bolivia, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burma, Buru...