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    At last AF will see an opportunity to un-dust this route license it inherited from UTA, and at their turns : too bad for the passengers of DC.10-30 N54639 which blew up somewhere over Niger while en route from BZV to CDG. Next to PM Tony Blair, Chancellor Gerhardt Schröder and Sylvio Berlusconni, Prez Jacques Chirac started today a state visit to Lybia which will last, you guess, two days...Today/two days ..haha. Next stage of this trip will be the yearly francophone countries summit which takes place this year at Ouagadougou/Burkina Faso.
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    Alain,

    >>Next stage of this trip will be the yearly francophone countries summit which takes place this year at Ouagadougou/Burkina Faso. <<

    Ah-ha........... Now it all becomes clear..........

    We've been taking a load of stuff (from electrical distribution boards to coffee machines & chairs) to OUA for Sofitel who are apparantly building a 5-star hotel in Ouagadougou. I had wondered why

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    Richard
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      Prime Minister Paul Martin is going. A chance to give away more of our tax dollars.

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