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2016-12-08 Former President France Albert Rene Returns From Overseas Medical Treatment
[Government of Seychelles] Former President France Albert Rene arrived in the country this morning following medical treatment in La Reunion. He was met on his arrival at the airport by President Danny Faure, Minister for Health and Social Affairs, Mr Jean-Paul Adam, and the Secretary of State for Health, Ambassador Maurice Loustau-Lalanne.

2016-12-07 New Hospital for Women and Children to Open
[Seychelles News Agency] Victoria -A new hospital offering specialized care for women and children will open in February, the Seychelles health authorities announced on Tuesday.

2016-11-30 Seychelles-Abu Dhabi Development, Relations Discussed On President's Visit
[Seychelles News Agency] Victoria -Seychelles and Abu Dhabi have discussed increasing cooperation in the areas of education, health, housing and renewable energy during the President's visit there, a State House statement said on Wednesday.

2016-11-30 Missing Swiss Hiker Dead, Search Team Discovers - Police
[Seychelles News Agency] La Digue -A Swiss national reported missing in Seychelles was found dead in a ravine by a search team, the police said on Wednesday.

2016-11-29 Cote d'Or Crowned Seychelles League Champions
[CAF] Cote D'Or have been confirmed winners of the Seychelles First Division League for the 2016 season with two matches to spare.

2016-11-28 President Faure to Francophonie Summit - Support Fight Vs. Climate Change
[Seychelles News Agency] Madagascar and Seychelles -The President of Seychelles Danny Faure addressed the 16th Summit of French-speaking countries [Francophonie] held in Antananarivo, Madagascar, this weekend, a State House statement said on Sunday.

2016-11-24 How Teamwork and Technology Can Thwart Illegal Fishing
[Ensia] Early in December 2012, a South Korean vessel called the Premier entered the Indian Ocean to fish. In West Africa, authorities knew that the boat had been fishing illegally in Liberian waters before it made its way to Africa's other coast. That raised the ire of East African countries, which weren't keen to welcome a lawbreaker into their seas. Kenya, Tanzania, Mauritius, the Comoros, Mozambique, and the Seychelles rapidly mobilized against the vessel, shutting it out of their ports and refusing to grant i

2016-11-23 Seychelles President Faure Holds Bilateral Talks On Sidelines Morocco Meeting
[Seychelles News Agency] Victoria, Seychelles -The Seychelles President Danny Faure has held discussions aimed at addressing issues of common interest, as well as enhancing cooperation with officials from Monaco, Morocco, and St. Vincent and the Grenadines, State House said on Friday.

2016-11-21 Seychelles, South Korea Eye Tourism Exchanges As New Air Services Agreement Is Signed
[Seychelles News Agency] Victoria -The tourism sector is likely to benefit from a new air services agreement signed between Seychelles and South Korea, officials say.

2016-11-15 A Supermoon Delayed By Clouds Eventually Shines On Seychelles
[Seychelles News Agency] Victoria, Seychelles -Cloudy skies forced residents and visitors in Seychelles to wait but those patient enough were able to eventually catch site of the so-called supermoon Monday evening.

2016-11-10 President Danny Faure Sends Congratulotory Message to President-Elect Donald Trump Following Electoral Victory
[Government of Seychelles] On behalf of the Government and people of the Republic of Seychelles, President Danny Faure has sent a congratulatory message to President-elect of the United States of America, Mr Donald J. Trump following his win in the country's general election.

2016-11-08 Seychelles' Atoll of Aldabra Sees Decline in Humpback Whale Count - El Niño Blamed
[Seychelles News Agency] Aldabra -From July until October each year, the south-eastern trade winds bring pods of humpback whales to the Seychelles archipelago. The whales migrate northwards to warmer waters, thousands of kilometres from the cold waters of the Antarctic they call home, in order to mate and breed.

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