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52 min ago | The Columbus Dispatch
Yaacov Martin's recent move from Downtown to New Albany isn't the biggest one he's made for Jifiti, the gift-giving app of which he is co-founder and CEO.
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5 hrs ago | Ghanamma.com
Nigeria's First Lady, Dame Patience Jonathan, has tasked other African first ladies to uphold the message of peace in their respective countries.
6 hrs ago | Iol.co.za
Home Affairs' draft immigration regulations could be damaging to asylum seekers while failing to stem the tide of immigrants flocking to South Africa, say refugee rights groups.
7 hrs ago | ShoppingBlog.com
Karen Elson and Edie Campbell star in the Louis Vuitton Spring 2014 Spirit of Travel campaign.
8 hrs ago | Al Bawaba
Air Arabia, the first and largest low-cost carrier in the Middle East and North Africa, today announced that it has taken delivery of its 37th aircraft, the 6000th Airbus A320 made to date.
They hope to develop a long-term connection between the school, the church and the New Washington community.
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.
Akon is planning a concert to celebrate the success of his initiative Akon Lighting Africa.
The reason for SA expelling diplomat Jean-Claude Sindayigaya is not yet clear, but he has already left the country.
Chris Young of Priory Lane, Royston, is nine months into the two-year trip which has already seen him traverse Europe and North Africa.
Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda have used the platform of the renowned ITB tourism fair in Berlin to promote the new East African tourist visa, which came into force on January 1 this year.
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.
Portadown-based charity, Fields of Life, has been chosen to take the Commonwealth Flag to the summit of the highest peak in Northern Ireland next week.
Chinese companies and banks were once seen as bold and fearless as they invested in countries Western investors deemed too risky.
It is often thought, those who are the most willing to help a person out are the ones who know what it is like to be in their position.