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2005-05-22 Nairobi

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Heritage Society Collection

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Heritage Society Collection

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Heritage Society Collection

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Heritage Society Collection

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Heritage Society Collection

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Heritage Society Collection

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Heritage Society Collection

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Heritage Society Collection

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Heritage Society Collection

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Heritage Society Collection

2005-05-22 reuters

The Aga Khan (L) and the Director of the International Press Instiute Johann Fritz listen to the opening remarks during the official opening ceremony of the International Press Institute and the 54th World Congress General Assembly in Nairobi May 22, 2005. Rwanda President Paul Kagame accused the western media of portraying Africa as a continent wracked with poverty, war and disease, adding that it was up to Africans to change that image,and he also said that the negative portrayal of the continent was one of the reasons it was lagging behind in development.

2005-05-22 reuters
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Reuters

2005-05-23 tn5

Highness the Aga Khan addresses delegates of the IPI World Congress at the Kenyatta International Conference Centre yesterday.

2005-05-23 tn5
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Heritage Society Collection

2005-05-22 kt

President Kibaki confers with the Aga Khan after officially opening the IPI Congress yesterday

2005-05-22 kt
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Kenya Times

2005-05-24 eas

President Mwai Kibaki welcomes His Highness The Aga Khan, the spiritual leader of Ismaili Muslims, when he paid him a courtesy call at State House, Nairobi yesterday.

2005-05-24 eas
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East African Standard

2005-05-23 tn1

From left: IPI global chairman Wilfred Kiboro, Rwandan President Paul Kagame, President Kibaki, the Aga Khan, IPI director Johann P Fritz and Vice-President Moody Awori at the official opening of the International Press Institute World Congress and 54th General Assembly in Nairobi yesterday. Photo by Joseph Mathenge

2005-05-23 tn1
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The Nation

2005-05-22 kbc

President Mwai Kibaki addresses participants of the International Press Institute Conference and 54the General Assembly at K.I.C.C, Nairobi on Sunday.

2005-05-22 kbc
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KBC

2005-05-23 ts

President Kibaki (centre) with Rwanda President Paul Kagame (left) and The Aga Khan during the official opening of the International Press Institute world congress and 54th general assembly at Kenyatta International Conference Centre, Nairobi, yesterday.

2005-05-23 ts
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The Standard
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