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1 min ago | PhysOrg Weblog
Stefanie Sowinski, PhD, right, trains Grace Turyasinga in the new core immunology lab, sponsored by the UCSF/Gladstone Center for AIDS Research, at the Infectious Diseases Institute in Kampala, Uganda.
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4 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com
Today is the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. It's a day of celebration and challenge for the world to consider issues concerning its citizens with impairments.
8 hrs ago | Jerusalem Post
From my involvement with Mashav in recent years, I can reassure readers that this is not the case.
12 hrs ago | Morristown Green
For one weekend only, your Christmas shopping will be a breeze, providing gifts for family and friends while benefiting a Morristown-based charity, Africa Surgery Inc .
15 hrs ago | The Tennessean
Among county residents, Andrew and Teresa Van Den Barselaar may hold the record for the distance traveled -- they moved here from South Africa -- and they completely understand why Wilson County is such a popular destination for homeowners.
19 hrs ago | Iol.co.za
Haezer is determined to turn all that glitters into gold. The Capetonian producer and DJ is embarking on a spectacular project which will lift his live show into the international arena.
21 hrs ago | GhanaWeb
The acting German Ambassador to Ghana, Mr Thomas Wimmer, has said a serious professionalisation of agriculture to include the value chain will have a greater impact on the livelihoods of citizens than the emerging oil and gas industry.
What do most people these days know of the great Westcountry military hero General Sir Redvers Buller? Very little, I suspect, apart from the facts that he won a Victoria Cross in India, got into bit of a pickle in South Africa and, if his statue at Exeter is anything to go by, always rode into battle with a traffic cone on his head.
The brother-sister duo of Lyton Sicelo Moyo and Helen Dineo Supine at the fair in Shillong on Tuesday.
Special Envoy for the Great Lakes Region of Africa and the Democratic Republic of the Congo Russell D. Feingold will travel to Kigali and Paris to meet with government representatives and Great Lakes heads of state this week.
A freshwater prawn may not appear intimidating at first glance - it's a petite bottom-feeder that can fit in the palm of most people's hands.
From left, new citizens Marlon and Maida Macatual with daughter Maive, from the Philippines, Cecilia Liu from China, Patamyai Hla from Burma and Sherene Marais and Gareth Poley from South Africa.
WWhat does the Itinerant Indian do when a fluctuating rupee threatens to dampen his holiday spirit? He simply changes his flight plan.
The Rev. Paul Chandler will speak on the topic "Songs in Waiting: Learning from the Middle East" at Saint Luke's Discovery Hour Sunday, Dec. 8. Photo: Contributed Photo, Contributed At the Saint Luke's Discovery Hour Sunday, Dec. 8, the Rev.
Officials are hoping for a big turnout at the restart of the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race in Albany today.
Teenage couple Gina Weston and Matthew Perry need to raise more than A 10,000 so they can realise their dreams of working overseas for charities in Africa for a year.
You've already started busily bookmarking our gift guide , but this December, we're also going to draw your attention to great gifts that also give back - to the community, to children, to the world around us.