The President of the Mauritanian Cultural Club of Unesco, Mohamed Salem Ould Maouloud, highlights the happy coincidence of the first anniversary of the founding of his club with the 48eme anniversary of national independence
The formation of Esperance and K * jcigui have qualified last Friday for the quarter-finals by beating Keurgui and Hilal respectively, in a match counting for the 4th day of the quarter-final stage of socio-educational centers and Sports Teyarett. In the first hour, Esperance has emerged from the race club Keurgui on the score of 2 goals to 1.
There is no need to get out the calculator to find out the number of teams that remain to complete the group of finalists quarters of the National Cup, football edition 2007-2008. But we must pull out all the stops to ensure that all actors involved in this competition are fixed on their fate.
The Dakar Rally pits over 400 drivers against each other in a gruelling 15-day race over thousands of miles between Portugal and Senegal on the west coast of Africa. In 2008, the rally starts in Lisbon and then heads through Morocco, Mauritania and Senegal
The Mauritania national football team, nicknamed Mourabitounes, is the national team of Mauritania and is controlled by the Fédération de Foot-Ball de la Républic Islamique de Mauritanie. A member of CAF, it is one of its weakest teams. As of 2007, there are only two football stadiums in the country.
Mauritanian Sportspeople are the main pillars on which the sports activities of the country are dependent. It is their field performances which decide the success or the failure rates of the team. In other words, the Mauritanian sportspeople are the determining factors of the overall team performance in a particular sports activity of the country.
AIDS, youth and prevention in the Arab Region is the fifth dossier of the jeunessearabe.info web portal, a topic chosen in view of the upcoming World AIDS day (December 1).Today more than 40 million people are affected by the virus, according to the UNAIDS World Report 2005. No country is excluded, and Arab countries are also concerned even if infection rates remain weak
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