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nyala

a bushbuck antelope, called also Tragelaphus angasi, especially susceptible to nutritional myopathy.
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Also, upon their arrival at Nyala airport, every returnee will be handed over five thousand Sudanese pounds.
With our acquisition of Nyala Farms, BLT will offer yet another stellar asset to the Southern Connecticut office markets," Carl R.
Late in the afternoon, we spotted a herd of ten to twelve nyala including a large bull.
In response to the fatalities, opposition activists have accused security forces and police in Nyala of using live ammunition and firing on the protesters.
child-care centers, in Nyala and the Mayo refugee camp near Khartoum, and a
He said Premier Recep Tayyip Erdogan visited Nyala four years ago and promised to build a hospital there, and Turkey was now fulfilling this promise, by building a 150 bed capacity hospital.
I would have happily tried again there, but I had learned that, by all reports, Coutada 11 had a greater concentration of nyala.
Their capture marks the second abduction of foreigners in Darfur this month, and the latest in a string of kidnappings in Nyala.
Saiki said, adding that the car was later found abandoned seven kilometers from Nyala.
The plane took off from Nyala at 13:40 GMT en route to Khartoum," an airline official in the domestic Sun Air company told the AFP news agency on condition of anonymity.
Darfur's biggest city and historic trade hub, Nyala, is a gateway to Sudan with business prospects to entice the intrepid and a cinema keeping light entertainment alive in the dark days of war.
The Defence Department documents released under the Access to Information Act revealed that more than 25 per cent of the new Nyala RG-31 personnel vehicles had been in maintenance workshops during the heavy, combat operations of the Canadian battle group last summer.