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A general view shows Vaduz Castle in Liechtenstein's capital Vaduz

A general view shows Vaduz Castle in Liechtenstein's capital Vaduz in this March 14, 2012 file photo. Nigeria accused Liechtenstein of using legal challenges as a pretext to cling on to 185 million euros ($250 million) stolen by former military dictator Sani Abacha who died 14 years ago. Nigeria has been fighting to recover the money for years, but companies linked to the Abacha family keep going to court to prevent the funds being repatriated, Finance Minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala said. Picture taken on March 14, 2012. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (LIECHTENSTEIN - Tags: CITYSCAPE BUSINESS POLITICS) - GM1E9AF073U01

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Soccer - Nigerian Footballers - Liverpool

Nigerian footballers, some bare-footed, during a training session at Everton's training ground in Liverpool. A squad of fifteen players, the first time a Soccer team has left Nigeria, will tour the United Kingdom playing top amateur sides. Most of the players prefer to play bare-footed and can still drive a ball over 70 yards without boots

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Politics - Commonwealth Prime Ministers Meeting - Marlborough House, London

Group picture of the Commonwealth Prime Ministers Conference at Marlborough House, London. (l-r Standing) Cesaire Rabenoro (High Commissioner standing in until the arrival of Malaysia's Tunku A. Rahman), Sir Seretse Khama (Botswana), Keith Holyoake (New Zealand), Lee Kuan Yew (Singapore), Husain (Pakistan), Harlley (Ghana), Senanayake (Ceylon), Sir D. Jawara (The Gambia), Gorton (Australia), S. Stevens (Sierra Leone), Shearer (Jamaica), Trudeau (Canada) Dr. Kenneth Kaunda (Zambia), Burnham (Guyana) Chief Awolowo (Nigeria), Prince M. Dlamini (Swaziland), Dr. Nyerere (Tanzania). (front row l-r) Chief Jonathan (Lesotho), Dr. Obote (Uganda), Dr. Williams (Trinidad & Tobago), India Gandhi (India), Arnold Smith (the Canadian who is the Commonwealth Secretary General), Premier Harold Wilson, Dr. Banda (Malawi), Archbishop Makarios (Cyprus), Dr. Borg Olivier (Malta), Gichuru (Kenya) and Sir S. Ramgoolam (Mauritius)

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