Baka


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Baka

An antigen present on the platelets of most individuals. Immune-mediated neonatal thrombocytopaenia may be due to an IgG anti-Baka antibody, produced in women who are Baka negative, and passively transferred to the foetus.
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Cadick and Hart set-up a charity called Global Music Exchange to ensure that the Baka musicians received their appropriate royalty share so that proceeds could finance local projects.
The pygmies are caught between the world of the forest, and a modern society that appears to reject them, but children like Ambi may hold the key to the Baka finding their own place.
It followed the lives of the Baka Pygmies in the tropical rainforest in Cameroon, focusing on one family - Likano, his wife Deni and their son Ali.
Masarweh is a well-known political activist from Baka al-Gharbiyeh, who has been active over recent years on behalf of political prisoners jailed in Israel.
There were a lot of kidnappings, killings and a lot of enemy activity in our sector," Baka said.
Baka Holding Limited, a leading Dubai-based multi national real estate consultancy and development company, today announced the successful completion of an agreement to purchase a 20 per cent stake in APEX FX Trading, for the amount of AED 223 Million (US$ 62 million), to strengthen existing portfolios of diversified investments and bolster regional presence.
Tur tin gana di hana e baka, ma ora nan korda so, ku kasi sigur Shon Arei lo laga horka nan, nan ta laga e kos ei para.
The team found that the Baka were forced to set up camp on the side of forest roads in the wake of legislation which bans them from living in the forest, where land is zoned for logging and mining and cleared for farming.
Members of the Baka tribe were due to fly in to Birmingham Airport yesterday morning but delays at Douala Airport, in Cameroon, meant they missed their connection in Brussels and arrived later at Heathrow.
Members of the Baka tribe were due to fly in to Birmingham Airport yesterday morning but in Cameroon meant they missed their connection in Brussels and had to land at Heathrow.
Nearby, in Baka con punti laser (Baka with Laser Points), 1976/2005, a red laser beam cut across the length of a model of a Japanese missile.
A culturally valuable, dramatically compelling study of an "innocent" way of life under threat from white men and their money, vet documentarist Jose Manuel Novoa's "Eyengui, the God of Dreams" features a tribe of Cameroon's Central African Baka pygmies acting out the helmer's own script.