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Portuguese airline TAP is suspending flights to Guinea-Bissau after 74 Syrian refugees travelled to... euronews, the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe for your daily dose of international news, curated and explained:http://eurone.ws/10ZCK4a Euronews is available in 13 other languages: http://eurone.ws/17moBCU http://www.euronews.com/2013/12/12/tap-suspends-flights-to-guinea-bissau-after-fake-passports-incident Portuguese airline TAP is suspending flights to Guinea-Bissau after 74 Syrian refugees travelled to Portugal using fake passports to board a TAP flight. Find us on: Youtube http://bit.ly/zr3upY Facebook http://www.facebook.com/euronews.fans Twitter http://twitter.com/euronews
Guinea-Bissau is a country in West Africa. This video is a compilation of airports in Guinea-Bissau.
Big music stage-truck celebrating the return of the president
Natural Sound A large scale offensive by government forces in Guinea Bissau has failed to gain any ground and may have even lost territory to the rebels in the civil war. Both sides exchanged shell fire on Wednesday, but it appears that the government troops may be losing ground, despite help from Senegalese troops. The rebel forces are settling in and are prepared to fight a long term war of attrition. Despite the recent fighting being the heaviest in the civil war so far, the Government forces of President Joao Bernardo Vieira seem to have actually lost ground in their offensive. Heavy shelling from both sides has greatly damaged the Northern suburbs of the capital, Bissau, from which 300-thousand refugees have fled. But, despite the heavy pounding, the rebel troops a...
Recepção no Aeroporto Parte 2
This is landing in Lisboa Airport on 22nd May 2012. This is a TAP flight from Brussels to Lisboa. Then I had to wait for a connecting flight to Bissau, Guinea-Bissau. Lisboa seems to be a nice city and the view from air looks great. Some turbulences at landing as you can see. Sorry for the sound, had to hold firm the 4S and my finger was over the mic. Enjoy :)
On day 17 of "It's My Life 365" I have my first experience with the famous visa procedures of Africa. Nearly every country you enter you need to get a visa, and since I'm travelling overland this usually means stopping in a capital city for a couple days to do so. In this case, the visa process went insanely well and faster than I could have ever imagined. I decided to get my visa for Guinea-Bissau in Ziguinchor because I had heard it was cheaper and quicker than in Dakar. Little did I know that it would only take me about 5 minutes. Oh, if the visa process was this good for the rest of Africa it wouldn't be all that bad! For more travel videos from this series visit us online at http://www.itsmylife365.com "It's My Life 365" is an extension of Vagabundo Magazine: http://www.vagabund...
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English/Nat Guinea Bissau's government forces came under heavy attack from rebels on Sunday in some of the heaviest fighting since a military faction mutinied a month ago. The government forces have been backed up by troops from neighboring Senegal. Rumours that 1-thousand new Senegalese troops had been dispatched to the area inspired the rebel forces to launch their biggest offensive yet, attacking government forces in the north of the city. The fighting in Guinea Bissau began on June 7 with a coup attempt in the capital, Bissau, by former army chief of staff Brigadier Ansumane Mane, who accuses President Vieira of corruption and says he should resign. The rebel forces are determined to win on this front, which lies to the North of the capital, and controls the route to t...