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A pensioner who claims he is owed at least a 19 per cent stake in Bowleven, the AIM-listed oil and gas company, has repeated his allegations to Vitol, the company's new partner. Bowleven announced the deal on Wednesday whereby Vitol is to take a 25 per cent stake in an exploration and production permit in Cameroon, in exchange for $100m (£60.5m) funding.

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A woman who tested positive for HIV has been found to be carrying a new strain of the virus which is thought to have originally been passed to humans by gorillas.

Celtic on verge of securing Fortune deal

Marc-Antoine Fortune is on the verge of signing for Celtic and may be followed by Nancy team-mate Landry N'Guemo.

Manchester City prepared to wait for Eto'o

Mark Hughes has confirmed Manchester City are still interested in bringing Samuel Eto'o to the club.

Eto'o set to snub Manchester City

Samuel Eto'o will turn down Manchester City's 'stratospheric' offer and stay with Barcelona, according to the striker's agent.

Oil, shares and anger: One man vs the company he founded

Peter Garnham knew he was on to a good deal when he set up a company to drill in Cameroon. But now he's living in a council flat in Berkhamstead. Does the firm owe him anything? Mark Leftly investigates the strange history of Bowleven

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This is the latest fruit of a remarkable collaboration between sound recordist Martin Craddick, his singer wife Su Hart, and the Baka pygmies of Cameroon.

Bruce Anderson: Cameron must face down the voters when they are wrong

He is going to have to refight some of the battles which Maggie seemed to have won

Cinema Ouagadougou: The home of African film

Forget Cannes, Venice and Berlin – if you're passionate about film, Burkina Faso is the place to go, writes Katrina Manson

Espanyol keeper regrets clash with fan

Espanyol's Carlos Kameni said he regretted an incident at training when he had to be separated from a fan who suggested there was no point in the Cameroon goalkeeper renewing his contract.

Lives Remembered: Beulah Town

Beulah Town, who died on 17 October aged 76, was a trailblazer for 21st-century women. Born at a time when the feminine life pattern was usually job or profession, marriage, then return to work after children, she bucked the trend. For her, the career enabled her to go her own independent way.

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