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Kalumbila-Zambia: Today, the Government of the Republic of Zambia has granted temporal Residence permits to 1,468 former Rwandan refugees at Meheba Refugee Settlement, marking the beginning of a process that will lead to local integration of some 4,000 Rwandan former refugees in Zambia.
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PRESIDENT Mwanawasa has said that Government will soon start rehabilitating infrastructure destroyed by floods throughout the country.
The President said that the rehabilitation would start at the end of the rainy season that has left a trail of destruction on houses, schools, bridges, roads, crops and animals.
"Floods have caused untold suffering among our people throughout the country.
Your government is extremely concerned and in this connection we have been sending relief food to all parts of Zambia.
Government has been planning to rehabilitate all that has been …