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Week two of the new legislature session starts Monday with the PC government, caucus and party engulfed in speculation about Premier Alison Redford's future.
The Somali pirate drama is over in seconds: a helicopter swoops into view and hovers over the hijacked vessel, four hooded marines slide down ropes, the hostiles are overpowered, and the ship's hostages released.
Karen Elson and Edie Campbell star in the Louis Vuitton Spring 2014 Spirit of Travel campaign.
Nigeria's First Lady, Dame Patience Jonathan, has tasked other African first ladies to uphold the message of peace in their respective countries.
Qatar leads the Luxury Opportunity Index that highlights the top 10 locations around the world with the greatest potential for luxury growth The spending of ultra-high-net-worth individuals on luxury goods is set to increase globally this year, said a survey.
As average temperatures around the world rise, malaria-carrying mosquitoes are beginning to explore new heights, traveling into the highlands of endemic regions, and putting formerly malaria-free populations at risk.
Ebusua Dwarfs will travel to Luanda in a buoyant mood to progress in the Confederation Cup after chalking a convincing 2-0 win over Petro Atletico in the first leg.
Chris Young of Priory Lane, Royston, is nine months into the two-year trip which has already seen him traverse Europe and North Africa.
Visiting President Alpha Conde of Guinea on Friday appealed to Ghanaian companies to increase business relations with Guinea to accomplish the bond between the two countries initiated by late President Osagyefo Dr Kwame Nkrumah and late President Sekou Toure.
The team which went to help the Aids orphans in South Africa in 2010, ten of whom are going again this year An 'extreme' cycle ride and car wash will raise money for a trip to help Aids orphans in South Africa.
Bridlington School is spearheading a unique partnership to help youngsters in Sierra Leone - and hopes to raise 10,000 to build a school in the city of Kenema.
Billboard, detail from slides by Till BA rnighausen of the Africa Centre for Health and Population Studies, presented at CROI 2014.
Emily Avriett a senior at Central High School, spent the entire week barefoot to raise awareness for people without shoes and to gain donations to send to South Africa.
Said to be the largest show of its kind in the world, the annual four-day event in England features thousands of dogs, with competitors travelling from countries across the globe to take part.
Torrential rains in southern Mozambique and South Africa on Tuesday and Wednesday have caused a major flood on the Incomati River in Mozambique.