Sunday, 28 February 2016

Kiprotich 4th, Kenyans beaten in Tokyo Marathon

Lilesa (top) was too fast for Kiprotich who finished fourth

1. Feyisa Lilesa (Eth)          2:06:56
2. Bernard Kipyego (Ken)   2:07:33
3. Dickson Chumba (Ken)   2:07:34 
4. Stephen Kiprotich (Uga) 2:07:46

Olympic champion Stephen Kiprotich finished fourth in the Tokyo marathon today in 2:07.46. The men's race was won Ethiopia's Feyisa Lilesa  in 2:06:55 as Kenyans failed to grab top spot.

The time was below his personal best of 2:06:33 when he finished second last year, but well into Olympic qualification time of 2:19.00 and shows his build up to the Rio Olympics in August in on track.

“In 2012 I was selected based on my third-place finish in Tokyo,” he said. “On Sunday, I could be selected if I can show a good performance,” the 27 year-old legend had said before the race.

Kiprotich 2nd left

From 3rd in Tokyo in 2012, Kiprotich went on to stun the world with gold in London months later.

By finishing 4th, Kiprotich wins over sh20million. Last year, Kiprotich won a cash prize of sh96million.

2015 Cash prize offers
1st sh192m 
2nd sh96m 
3rd sh48m 
4th sh24m 

Meanwhile, Kenya ace Chumba's failure to win in Tokyo means that Eliud Kipchoge wins the Abbott World Marathon Majors series IX. 

Tokyo champion Lilesa said, “It was a tough course, but I am happy to win. Since my training went well, I knew I can come up with good results. Chumba was running fast from 30 to 35km (14:31) but I knew I have to stay with him. Somehow after 40km Chumba was not able to keep up with pace and thus I went to the lead. I feel like I have just bought a ticket to Rio"

In the women's event, Helah Kiprop won the title and in addition the AWMM jackpot. 

Kiprop, second in the race last year, clocked a time of two minutes, 21.27 seconds to break the record previously held by Ethiopia's Tirfi Tsegaye (2014).

The start of the Tokyo marathon early today

Kiprop said, "I did not know if I can win this race until I actually cross the finish line. Last year I was second with the personal best (2:24:04). So this year’s goal was to set another personal best. I was surprised to run even faster to set a course record (old course record 2:23:23). Compare to the last year weather was nice. Although it was windy at some area, overall the wind was not a problem.”

Kenya's Kiprop


February 28, 2016

The 2016 Tokyo Marathon was full of drama as Series IX of the Abbott World Marathon Majors (AWMM) concluded in the Japanese capital on Sunday morning and both the men’s and women’s races had major implications in the race for the $500,000 AWMM grand prize.

On the men’s side, course record holder and Chicago Marathon champion Dickson Chumba of Kenya needed to win to tie London/Berlin champ Eliud Kipchoge atop the AWMM standings — any other result and Kipchoge would claim the $500,000 prize. In the end, the race in Tokyo came down to two men, Chumba and Ethiopian Feyisa Lilesa, who had finished in the top four in a major five times but had never won one. Those two traded blows for the last 10 kilometers, Lilesa ultimately prevailed in 2:06:56, denying Chumba a shot at the AWMM title.

In the women’s race, three women entered with a shot to claim a share of the AWMM title, and one of those women did just that as World Championship silver medalist Helah Kiprop broke through to win her first major, breaking the tape in 2:21:27. The time, a 2:36 personal best for Kiprop, shaved almost a minute off Tirfi Tsegaye‘s old course record of 2:22:23. Kiprop is now tied with world champ Mare Dibaba and New York champ Mary Keitany atop the AWMM standings, though it’s not clear if she’ll receive any of the $500,000 prize as she lost head-to-head to Dibaba at Worlds.

Series IX champs crowned $1 Million shared prize @EliudKipchoge & Mary Keitany

The race went out quickly as eight men (plus three rabbits) hit halfway in 1:02:53, just two seconds off course record pace. Seven of the eight men were expected to be there (Lilesa, Chumba, Abel Kirui, Bernard Kipyego, Stephen Kiprotich, Eliud Kiptanui and Emmanuel Mutai), but there was one big surprise: 23-year-old Kenta Murayama of Japan. Murayama, a 60:50 half marathoner and 27:39 10k man (his twin brother Kota is the national record holder at 10k), was making his debut on Sunday and boldly ran with the top Africans rather than the large second pack (around 30 guys) of top Japanese men that came through halfway in 1:04:45.

Predictably, Murayama was the first to falter and fell off the pace shortly after the halfway mark; he would fade badly in the race’s late stages, finishing in 2:16:57 for an ugly positive split (1:02:53/1:14:04).
The rest of the leaders stayed together until the rabbits dropped out at 30k (1:29:50). With the leaders having just run their slowest 5k of the race to that point (15:20), the time was ripe for a big move and Chumba provided the impetus charging to the front and lowering the pace dramatically. Lilesa was the only one to match him and after a 14:31 5k split, those two were well out in front of everyone else.

Chumba and Lilesa traded blows for the next 10 kilometers, each moving to the front at different times but never gaining more than a step or two on the other. It looked as if we might be in store for a battle all the way to the finish line, but with a mile to go, Chumba finally broke. Though Lilesa quickly put a ton of ground on Chumba, he wasn’t accelerating (it took Lilesa 4:00 to cover the distance from 41k to the finish — that’s 5:23/mile pace). Chumba was simply out of gas, and as Lilesa coasted to victory — he began flexing in celebration a kilometer from the finish line — Chumba couldn’t even hold on for second as countryman Bernard Kipyego beat him out for second just before the line, 2:07:33 to 2:07:34.

With Lilesa taking the win and Chumba falling out of consideration for the AWMM title, the next most interesting storyline concerned the Japanese runners, as this is one of three selection races for Japan’s 2016 men’s Olympic marathon squad. Top Japanese honor went to Yuki Takamiya, who PR’d by over four minutes to finish eighth in 2:10:57. But the Japanese performance of the day was turned in by 19-year-old Yuta Shimoda, who took 10th overall in 2:11:34 in his debut marathoner. Only one American bettered that time in all of 2015 — Shimoda, who would be a true sophomore if he were in the NCAA system, did it in his very first race.


1. Feyisa Lilesa (Ethiopia) - 2:06:56
2. Bernard Kiprop Kipyego (Kenya) - 2:07:33
3. Dickson Chumba (Kenya) - 2:07:34
4. Stephen Kiprotich (Uganda) - 2:07:46
5. Abel Kirui (Kenya) - 2:08:06
6. Eliud Kiptanui (Kenya) - 2:08:55
7. Emmanuel Mutai (Kenya) - 2:10:23
8. Yuki Takamiya (Japan/Yakult) - 2:10:57 - PB
9. Javier Guerra (Spain) - 2:11:01
10. Yuta Shimoda (Japan/Aoyama Gakuin Univ.) - 2:11:34 - debut 
11. Tadashi Isshiki (Japan/Aoyama Gakuin Univ.) - 2:11:45 - debut
12. Yuma Hattori (Japan/Toyo Univ.) - 2:11:46 - debut
13. Masato Imai (Japan/Toyota Kyushu) - 2:12:18
14. Akiyuki Iwanaga (Japan/Kyudenko) - 2:12:24 - PB
15. Hiroki Yamagishi (Japan/Hitachi Butsuryu) - 2:12:27 - PB
16. Tatsunori Hamasaki (Japan/Komori Corp.) - 2:12:45
17. Mekubo Mogusu (Kenya/Sunbelx) - 2:12:55
18. Hiroaki Sano (Japan/Honda) - 2:13:10
19. Kohei Matsumura (Japan/Mitsubishi HPS Nagasaki) - 2:13:46
20. Yasuyuki Nakamura (Japan/Suzuki Hamamatsu AC) - 2:13:46 - PB
21. Kazuaki Shimizu (Japan/Yakult) - 2:14:16
22. Chiharu Takada (Japan/JR Higashi Nihon) - 2:14:29
23. Ryo Hashimoto (Japan/Aoyama Gakuin Univ.) - 2:14:38 - debut 
24. Satoshi Kikuchi (Japan/Josai Univ.) - 2:14:54 - debut

25. Takehiro Deki (Japan/Chugoku Denryoku) - 2:15:49


1. Helah Kiprop (Kenya) - 2:21:27 - CR, PB
2. Amane Gobena (Ethiopia) - 2:21:51 - PB 
3. Edna Kiplagat (Kenya) - 2:22:36
4. Aberu Kebede (Ethiopia) - 2:23:01
5. Birhane Dibaba (Ethiopia) - 2:23:16
6. Shure Demise (Ethiopia) - 2:25:04
7. Ashete Bekele Dido (Ethiopia) - 2:25:50
8. Maja Neuenschwander (Switzerland) - 2:27:36
9. Isabellah Andersson (Sweden) - 2:30:02
10. Yukiko Okuno (Japan/Shiseido) - 2:31:17 - PB
11. Madoka Nakano (Japan/Noritz) - 2:33:39 - PB
12. Miya Nishio (Japan/Hokuren) - 2:34:18 - PB
13. Ayano Kondo (Japan/Noritz) - 2:35:13 - PB
14. Hiroko Yoshitomi (Japan/First Dream AC) - 2:39:30
15. Yuri Kano (Japan/WCF RC) - 2:39:37
16. Risa Suzuki (Japan/Art Sports) - 2:39:57 - PB
17. Ruth Charlotte Croft (New Zealand) - 2:40:59 - PB
18. Kana Unno (Japan/Noritz) - 2:42:06
19. Mitsuko Ino (Japan/Kyuhoji RC) - 2:42:23 - PB
20. Shinobu Ayabe (Japan/Dream AC) - 2:43:37 - PB
21. Sakie Ishibashi (Japan/Kumagaya T&F Assoc.) - 2:44:00
22. Jane Moloney (Australia) - 2:44:23
23. Mitsuko Hirose (Japan/Tokyo Wings) - 2:45:04
24. Maiko Tani (Japan/Morino AC) - 2:45:18 - PB
25. Kasumi Sato (Japan/SRC904) - 2:47:08 - PB

Saturday, 27 February 2016

Jolly Mutesi crowned #MissRwanda2016

Here is MISS RWANDA 2016.

The video


Kigali is the place to be in East Africa today! #MissRwanda2016 Grand Finale Camp Kigali Tent from 5 PM.




The road to the final below from our archives

The countrywide auditions for Miss Rwanda 2016 concluded at Sports View Hotel, Remera last month as nine girls from the City of Kigali were awarded passes to go on to the next stage.


Here the photos via The New Times of Rwanda

Friday, 26 February 2016

LIVE: FIFA votes Infantino as new president

Infantino of Switzerland

BREAKING NEWS: With a simple majority of votes in second ballot, Gianni Infantino of Switzerland is elected FIFA President until 2019.

"I will show to the whole world I am not a candidate of Europe, I am the candidate of football & football is universal," he said soon after getting the support he needed from all continents to win.


Results of the elections for the office of FIFA President:

Ballot 1:
HRH Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein: 27 votes
Shk. Salman Bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa: 85 votes
Jérôme Champagne: 7 votes
Gianni Infantino: 88 votes

Since there was no two-thirds majority reached in 1st ballot, FIFA extra-ordinary congress proceeded to the 2nd ballot. 

Ballot 2:
HRH Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein: 4 votes
Shk. Salman Bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa: 88 votes
Jérôme Champagne: 0 votes

Gianni Infantino: 115 votes

Infantino and Shk. Salman below 


FIFA’s Member Associations have today approved a package of landmark reforms that pave the way for significant improvements to the governance of global football, including a clear separation of commercial and political decision-making, greater scrutiny of senior officials, and commitments to promoting women in football and human rights.

The reforms were supported by 179 of the 207 Member Associations present and eligible to vote at the Extraordinary Congress in Zurich. The Congress will also elect a new FIFA President.

The reforms were based on proposals made by the 2016 FIFA Reform Committee and the subsequent recommendations put before the Congress by the Executive Committee in the form of draft FIFA Statutes. They represent an essential step towards the modernisation of FIFA’s institutional culture in key areas such as the clear separation of political and management functions, term limits, the disclosure of individual compensation, greater recognition and promotion of women in football and a commitment to enshrining human rights in the FIFA Statutes. Furthermore, they include statutory principles of good governance for member associations and confederations, such as compulsory annual independent audit reports as well as independent judicial bodies to ensure a separation of powers on all levels of football structures.

“We stand united in our determination to put things right, so that the focus can return to football once again,” said Acting FIFA President Issa Hayatou. “The hard work of restoring trust and improving how we work begins now.”

“This will create a system of stronger governance and greater diversity that will give football a strong foundation on which to thrive. It will help to restore trust in our organisation. And it will deter future wrongdoing.”


The main aspects of the approved reforms have been incorporated into an amended version of the FIFA Statutes. A summary of the approved reforms is available here.

In accordance with art. 29 of the current edition of the FIFA Statutes, the statutory amendments passed today will come into effect for the members 60 days after the close of the Congress.

EU and US delegations meet Besigye at his home

A delegation from the European Union (EU) Mission in Uganda and the US Embassy Kampala have met the Uganda opposition leader Kizza Besigye. 

Details of the meeting will be released later, although the US Mission released a statement (read below)

The team was initially stopped from proceeding, but after several phone calls, Police's AIGP Andrew Felix Kaweesi ushered in the team to meet Besigye.

Besigye has been stopped from leaving his home since election day and has since rejected the Presidential results as released by the Electoral Commission last Saturday.

The EU and US have called for Besigye to be released, but the Uganda police insist they are restricting his movement for security reasons.

The delegation meeting Besigye included the Irish ambassador, the French, British and US deputy ambassadors. 

He has been stopped three times from trying to leave his residence, and was on each occasion driven to Naggalama Police Station where he has spent the day before being returned home in the night.


In addition to our earlier statement, below is a summary of remarks made to the media by U.S. Deputy Chief of Mission Patricia Mahoney following her meeting earlier today with EU representatives and Dr. Kizza Besigye:

"Ugandan authorities should allow the opposition to play a legitimate role in the country's politics and respect the rights and freedoms of all Ugandans. The detention of Dr. Besigye, as well as the multiple occasions of police taking him into custody, is contrary to basic democratic principles and violates his fundamental human rights.

We expect all sides, government and opposition, to refrain from any actions or rhetoric that may incite or lead to violence, and call on all parties and their followers to abide by the law and resolve election-related disputes through dialogue. Any challenges to the election results should be addressed through all available legal means, not violence."

1. The complete Uganda election results  - ALL polling stations

2. John Kerry calls Museveni

Thursday, 25 February 2016

FULL Uganda Election results from ALL polling stations

Kiggundu announced the results on Saturday

The Uganda Electoral Commission has posted on their website the results from all the polling stations countrywide. The results from last week's Uganda Presidential Elections are contained in a 1809-page pdf.

The results have been a major issue of contention, with particularly the FDC candidate Kizza Besigye insisting they be released, to enable him compare with what his party has from its agents.

 FULL RESULTS summary, Polling Stations and District

AS AT FEB 22, 2016

Candidates                        Party                 Votes              % 

Abed Bwanika                     PDP                    89,005        0.90%  
Amama Mbabazi                  Independent       136,519       1.39%  
Baryamureeba Venansius     Independent       52,798         0.54%  
Benon Buta Biraaro              FPU                   25,600          0.26%  
Kizza Besigye Kifefe             FDC                   3,508,687    35.61%  
Mabirizi Joseph                    Independent       24,498        0.25%  
Maureen Kyalya Waluube     Independent        42,833        0.43%  
Yoweri Kaguta Museveni       NRM                   5,971,872    60.62%  

Valid Votes                         9,851,812    
Invalid Votes                      477,319 4.                62%  
Total Votes Cast                 10,329,131                67.61%  

Spoilt votes                         29,005                   
Polling Stations Received       27,881                    99.54%  of polling stations


Updated EC Uganda Presidential results - Feb 22

Official Uganda Presidential Election Results as released by the EC

AS AT FEB 22, 2016

Candidates                        Party                 Votes              % 

Abed Bwanika                     PDP                    89,005        0.90%  
Amama Mbabazi                  Independent       136,519       1.39%  
Baryamureeba Venansius     Independent       52,798         0.54%  
Benon Buta Biraaro              FPU                   25,600          0.26%  
Kizza Besigye Kifefe             FDC                   3,508,687    35.61%  
Mabirizi Joseph                    Independent       24,498        0.25%  
Maureen Kyalya Waluube     Independent        42,833        0.43%  
Yoweri Kaguta Museveni       NRM                   5,971,872    60.62%  

Valid Votes                         9,851,812    
Invalid Votes                      477,319 4.                62%  
Total Votes Cast                 10,329,131                67.61%  

Spoilt votes                         29,005                   
Polling Stations Received       27,881                    99.54%  of polling stations 

AS AT FEB 20, 2016

Here is the Uganda Electoral Commission declaration of results as released by chairman Badru Kiggundu today.

Also, here is the complete list of national results as release by the EC today February 20, 2016.

Abed Bwanika    PDP                           86,075 0.93%  
Amama Mbabazi    Independent           132,574 1.43%  
Baryamureeba Venansius  Independent             51,086 0.55%  
Benon Buta Biraaro    FPU                           24,675 0.27%  
Kizza Besigye Kifefe    FDC                         3,270,290 35.37%  
Mabirizi Joseph            Independent             23,762 0.26%  
Maureen Faith Kyalya Waluube   Inde.             40,598 0.44%  
Yoweri Kaguta Museveni    NRM                  5,617,503 60.75%  

Valid Votes             9,246,563    
Invalid Votes             455,175        4.69%  
Total Votes Cast     9,701,738        63.50% of total Voters
Spoilt votes               25,538

SEE BELOW FULL documents as released by the EC on their website (click here)



Uganda Election Results 2011

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Wednesday, 24 February 2016

I absolutely think my lips look beautiful in that photo -- Aamito Lagum

Model Aamito Lagum featured in a photo that launched hundreds of racist comments. She responded, and made it it clear she’s not letting idiots get her down.

"Aamito Lagum is the model whose lips appear in this beautiful image posted by MAC Cosmetics on Thursday," reported The Huffington Post.

Aamito Stacie Lagum is a Ugandan model, best known for being the winner of the first season of Africa's Next Top Model.

"Though most people seemed to appreciate the stunning photo, an alarming number of trolls responded with cruel and racist attacks on her lips."

"Lagum took to Instagram Friday sending out a post showing she was unfazed by the haters," haters, wrote Hilary Hanson in The Huffington Post.

"My lips giving you sleepless nights,” she wrote in reference to a headline about the response the photo received. She added, “Thankyou @maccosmetics for this killer color and to that makeup artist.”

"I absolutely think my lips look beautiful in that photo," - Aamito 

FULL LIST: Kampala in its own City Ranking league, Kigali no match!

The Ugandan capital Kampala

If you want to enjoy your stay in East Africa, Kampala is the place to be. Much better than Kigali, Nairobi or Dar, according to a study just released.

Kampala is ranked 169 in the world, Nairobi 184, Kigali 191 and Dar es Salaam 198. Baghdad in Iraq is the worst city to live in at 230 followed by Bangui in Central African Republic at 229.

The rankings are in the latest Quality of Life Survey of the world’s top cities released yesterday and done by  international company MERCER.

The study examines social and economic conditions, terrorism threats, health, education, housing and the environment in making its judgment. The study is used by big companies to assess where they should locate and how much they should pay staff.

Focus is on personal safety, a top issue for multinational companies sending employees abroad, as security concerns increase throughout the world. Luxembourg earns the top spot for personal safety.

The place to be in Africa is Port Louis in Maurituis (83) and Durban in South Africa (85), and while Vienna in Austria came top, Germany shines with 4 cities in the top 20.

Boston, that is popular with Ugandans in the diaspora, is second best in the United States.

Vienna best in world

Kigali in Rwanda, only third behind Kampala and
 Nairobi in East Africa


Rank City Country
1 Vienna Austria
2 Zurich Switzerland
3 Auckland         New Zealand
4 Munich Germany
5 Vancouver         Canada
6 Dusseldorf        Germany
7 Frankfurt         Germany
8 Geneva Switzerland
9 Copenhagen Denmark
10 Sydney Australia
11 Amsterdam Netherlands
12 Wellington         New Zealand
13 Berlin Germany
14 Bern         Switzerland
15 Toronto Canada
15 Melbourne         Australia
17 Ottawa Canada
18 Hamburg Germany
19 Luxembourg Luxembourg
19 Stockholm         Sweden
21 Brussels         Belgium
21 Perth        Australia
23 Montreal       Canada
24 Stuttgart        Germany
24 Nurnberg        Germany
26 Singapore        Singapore
27 Adelaide        Australia
28 San Francisco United States
28 Canberra        Australia
30 Helsinki        Finland
30 Oslo         Norway
32 Calgary Canada
33 Dublin Ireland
34 Boston United States
35 Honolulu        United States
36 Brisbane        Australia
37 Paris        France
38 Lyon        France
39 Barcelona         Spain
39 London United Kingdom
41 Milan        Italy
42 Lisbon Portugal
43 Chicago United States
44 New York City United States
44 Tokyo Japan
46 Edinburgh         United Kingdom
46 Kobe          Japan
46 Seattle United States
49 Los Angeles United States
49 Yokohama         Japan
51 Washington United States
52 Madrid Spain
53 Birmingham United Kingdom
53 Rome Italy
55 Glasgow United Kingdom


56 Pittsburgh United States
57 Philadelphia United States
58 Osaka Japan
59 Aberdeen United Kingdom
60 Leipzig Germany
61 Minneapolis United States
62 Nagoya Japan
63 Dallas United States
64 Belfast United Kingdom
65 Houston United States
66 Miami United States
67 Atlanta United States
68 St. Louis United States
69 Prague Czech Republic
70 Detroit United States
70 Hong Kong Hong Kong
72 Pointe-a-Pitre Guadeloupe
73 Seoul South Korea
74 San Juan Puerto Rico
75 Dubai United Arab Emirates
76 Ljubljana Slovenia
77 Budapest Hungary
78 Montevideo Uruguay
79 Vilnius Lithuania
79 Warsaw Poland
81 Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates
82 Bratislava Slovakia
83 Port Louis Mauritius
84 Taipei Taiwan
85 Durban South Africa
86 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
87 Athens Greece
88 Limassol Cyprus
89 Tallinn Estonia
90 Riga Latvia
91 Busan South Korea
92 Cape Town South Africa
93 Buenos Aires Argentina
94 Santiago Chile
95 Johannesburg South Africa
96 Panama City Panama
97 Victoria Seychelles
98 Zagreb Croatia
99 Wroclaw Poland
100 Taichung Taiwan
101 Shanghai China
102 Bandar Seri Begawan Brunei
103 Johor Bahru Malaysia
104 Tel Aviv Israel
105 San Jose Costa Rica
106 Brasilia Brazil
107 Muscat Oman
108 Monterrey Mexico
109 Bucharest Romania
110 Doha Qatar
111 Noumea New Caledonia
112 Nassau Bahamas
113 Tunis Tunisia
114 Asuncion Paraguay
115 Sofia Bulgaria
116 Rabat Morocco
117 Rio de Janeiro Brazil
118 Beijing China
119 Guangzhou China
120 Amman Jordan
121 Sao Paulo Brazil
122 Istanbul Turkey
123 Lima Peru
124 Kuwait City Kuwait
125 Manaus Brazil
126 Casablanca Morocco
127 Mexico City Mexico
128 Quito Ecuador
129 Bangkok Thailand
130 Bogota Colombia
131 Windhoek Namibia
132 Colombo Sri Lanka
133 Manama Bahrain
134 Chengdu China
135 Santo Domingo Dominican Republic
136 Manila Philippines
137 Nanjing China
137 Shenzhen China
139 Hyderabad India
139 Xi'an China
141 Belgrade Serbia
142 Jakarta Indonesia
142 Gaborone Botswana
144 Pune India
145 Bangalore India
146 Chongqing China
147 Port of Spain Trinidad and Tobago
147 Qingdao China
149 Lusaka Zambia
150 Chennai India
151 Kingston Jamaica
152 Guatemala City Guatemala
152 Mumbai India
152 Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam
155 Hanoi Vietnam
156 La Paz Bolivia
157 Shenyang China
158 Sarajevo Bosnia-Herzegovina
159 Skopje Macedonia
160 Kolkata India
161 New Delhi India
162 Dakar Senegal
163 Libreville Gabon
164 Riyadh Saudi Arabia
165 Jeddah Saudi Arabia
166 Accra        Ghana
167 Moscow Russia
168 Jilin         China
169 Kampala Uganda
170 Vientiane         Laos
171 Cairo         Egypt
172 Managua Nicaragua
173 San Salvador El Salvador
174 Saint Petersburg Russia
175 Blantyre         Malawi
176 Almaty Kazakhstan
176 Kiev         Ukraine
178 Maputo Mozambique
179 Tirana Albania
180 Beirut Lebanon
181 Cotonou Benin
182 Yerevan Armenia
183 Banjul Gambia
184 Nairobi Kenya
185 Caracas Venezuela
186 Tegucigalpa Honduras
187 Algiers Algeria
188 Tbilisi Georgia
189 Djibouti         Djibouti
190 Minsk Belarus
191 Kigali         Rwanda
191 Havana Cuba
193 Islamabad         Pakistan
194 Yaounde Cameroon
195 Phnom Penh Cambodia
196 Douala Cameroon
197 Baku         Azerbaijan
198 Dar es Salaam Tanzania
199 Lahore Pakistan
199 Luanda Angola
201 Yangon Myanmar
202 Karachi Pakistan
203 Tehran Iran
204 Lome         Togo
205 Tashkent         Uzbekistan
206 Abidjan Côte d'Ivoire
207 Addis Ababa Ethiopia
208 Ashkhabad Turkmenistan
209 Harare Zimbabwe
210 Bishkek Kyrgyzstan
211 Lagos Nigeria
212 Abuja Nigeria
212 Dushanbe         Tajikistan
214 Dhaka Bangladesh
215 Ouagadougou Burkina Faso
216 Tripoli Libya
217 Niamey Niger
218 Antananarivo Madagascar
219 Bamako Mali
220 Nouakchott Mauritania
221 Conakry Guinea
222 Kinshasa         Congo, Democratic Republic of
223 Brazzaville        Congo, Republic of
224 Damascus        Syria
225 N'Djamena        Chad
226 Khartoum        Sudan
227 Port-au-Prince Haiti
228 Sana'a Yemen
229 Bangui Central African Republic
230 Baghdad Iraq