capital of Senegal


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Noun1.capital of Senegal - the capital and chief port and largest city of Senegalcapital of Senegal - the capital and chief port and largest city of Senegal
Republic of Senegal, Senegal - a republic in northwestern Africa on the coast of the Atlantic; formerly a French colony but achieved independence in 1960
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Dr Ahmad Ali made the remarks in his keynote speech in Dakar, the capital of Senegal during the High Level Regional Forum organized by IDB for 17 sub-Saharan African countries, and Muslim communities in non-member countries, as part of the 40 years anniversary celebration.
The IDB also granted 38 million for the rehabilitation of victims of the flood in Dakar, capital of Senegal, and 24 million health services in Cameroon, 1 million emergency aid for rehabilitation and renovation of utilities in Yemen's Abyan governorate.
The airport code for Dakar, the capital of Senegal, is DKR, while the code for the airport in Dhaka, which is the capital of Bangladesh, is DAC.
N'Dour contributes his unique vocal abilities to two songs on the album, 'Wamada' and 'Lubara Wanwa'--and while in the capital of Senegal, Dakar, he was joined in the studio by Orchestra Baobab.
Iran appears to have excellent relations with Wade, who has visited Iran multiple times and hosted President Ahmadi-nejad in Dakar, the capital of Senegal.
Ahmadinejad has also visited the capital of Senegal, Dakar, twice during this time, the press tv reported.
The agreement, done in Dakar, the capital of Senegal, postpones an election that the military government had planned for Saturday.
Born in Dakar, the capital of Senegal, in October 1941, Mustapha obtained a degree in mathematics and physics from the prestigious Sorbonne University in Paris.
KABUL (PAN): President Hamid Karzai Wednesday flew to Dakar, the capital of Senegal, for attending a summit of the largest body of Islamic nations Organisation of Islamic Conference (OIC), his spokesman said.
The French-organised rally, considered the most dangerous sporting event of its kind, was supposed to start on Saturday in Lisbon, pass through Morocco, spend nine days in Mauritania, and finish in the capital of Senegal, Dakar.