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It is an honor to be here at COSTECH and to have the opportunity to speak with you. This is my first time visiting Tanzania, so it is a real pleasure to be with you today.
New York Aquarium is not just rebuilding after Hurricane Sandy. It is actually renovating.
The first Owens Campus Global Understanding Series event was Art Around the World. Shown , Valeriano Canastuj, a web development student; Allison Castellanos, Language Department instructor; and Loren Harmon, an agribusiness management student, follow the instructions for Russian Hohloma painting.
Cab drivers in San Diego are upset that they're being subject to body odor tests as one of the criteria that they have to pass in order to work from San Diego's Lindbergh Field. They're saying the rule is prejudicial and discriminatory.
Shirley and Darryl Peters, who lived in Brandon until 1999, fulfilled a decades-long dream of moving to Africa in 2009 and have opened an adventure lodge in Tanzania. From the harsh winter plains of Manitoba, a couple decided to give up everything to move to the mountainous country of Tanzania.
One of uShaka's attractions is the Cargo Hold restaurant, where diners eat while sharks look on, possibly licking their lips. One million South Africans flock to Durban's beaches every summer.
World Food Program USA President and CEO Rick Leach congratulates Senate Agriculture Committee Chairwoman Debbie Stabenow on receiving the group's McGovern-Dole Leadership Award. Fresh from a research trip to Africa, Senate Agriculture Committee Chairwoman Debbie Stabenow last Wednesday received the McGovern-Dole Leadership Award from the World Food Program USA, a private-sector group set up to promote the World Food Program, the United Nations agency that distributes food aid.
That's his thing. The 37-year-old American loves chasing dangerous pathogens, studying them in secure labs or searching for them in jungles where the microbes lurk.
The Pretoria Zoo on Sunday said it had insured that security measures have been increased in the wake of two crimes committed in its proximity. "We are aware of two cases of crime-related incidents involving visitors outside the Zoo and all measures are in place to avoid any further possible incidents," Zoo spokesman Craig Allenby said in a statement.
Olam International, which operates in more than 20 African countries, has tasked its senior managers to look into measures to protect health and safety. Another company Tolaram Group, which makes instant noodles, has sought advice from medical experts.
Capt. Sean McKee meets with Polish paratroopers in April before they conduct low-level jumps during training at Powidz Air Base, Poland. The Air Force has spent the last 20 years reducing its footprint in Europe, but the last six months of Russian military aggression, among other world events, could force the service to rethink that strategy.
A "Native of Nowhere" is now back home, resting among his people. Fifty years after his death in New York, anti-apartheid journalist Nat Ndazana Nakasa has found his final resting place, in the area he grew up in, buried alongside renowned Struggle heroes.
Australia hooker Tatafu Polota-Nau and winger Peter Betham are likely to miss the next round of the Rugby Championship because of injury, further depleting Ewen McKenzie's resources in the areas he can least afford it. Polota-Nau was rushed back from a knee injury for Saturday's 32-25 victory over Argentina on the Gold Coast but ended the evening hobbling around the Robina Stadium on crutches with an ankle problem.
Nigeria's under-17 team,the Golden Eaglets landed in Libreville, Saturday for the African Under- 17 championship qualifier and are ready to punish their Gabonese opponents who subjected them to a harrowing travel ordeal, because of concerns for the Ebola virus running riot in West Africa. The match was scheduled for Saturday, but Gabonese officials ordered the Eaglets not to fly into their country, after the delegation had boarded an aircraft in Lome, Togo.
Health workers place the body of a man, whom they suspect of dying of the Ebola virus, inside a plastic body bag as a small crowd watches in Monrovia, Liberia, Sept. 4, 2014.
A new Big Brother house has been found in Johannesburg, South Africa, following a devastating fire that gutted the original one on September 2. M-Net and Big Brother producers Endemol have confirmed that with this development, Season Nine of the hit reality TV show will commence on October 5, dubbed Big Brother Hotshots. The show was meant to kick off on September 7, with contestants from 12 African countries already holed up in different hotels in Johannesburg waiting to enter the house.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 12:04 am
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