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  1. Highland High School's Water Walk to Benefit Children in AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    9 min ago | Patch.com

    The walk simulates the plight of African children who walk 4 miles with 40-pound buckets of water. Proceeds go toward a well for Swaziland.

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  2. Ghana Sells Tourism In chinaRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Ghanamma.com

    Arguably the biggest platform in the history of Ghana's participation in international tourism exhibitions, organisers of the COTTM 2015 put together a special forum in Beijing for Ghana's Minister of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts, Elizabeth Ofosu-Adjare, to meet the shakers and movers of the tourism industry. On day one of this international fair that focuses exclusively on the business end of the industry, Ghana was invited to make a presentation of its attractions and tourism opportunities and Elizabeth Ofosu-Adjare did not miss the surprise opportunity to woo Chinese tourists and investors.

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  3. MCars Offers New and Used Vehicles for Sale in South AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | LivePressWorld

    Searching for a quality vehicle in South Africa? Then leave your doubts behind and contact MCars! The company specializes at selling new and used vehicles in this particular region. MCars provides a comprehensive online searching tool that can help everyone choose a dream-vehicle.

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  4. Four Seasons Hotel Doha celebrates 10 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Al Bawaba

    Four Seasons Hotel Doha, an award-winning oasis-like property ideally located on a private beach in the heart of Doha's cosmopolitan city, is pleased to kick off a year of celebration in honor of the Hotel's 10th anniversary. Recognized as a global hospitality leader for the past decade, Four Seasons Hotel Doha first opened its doors on 23 April 2005 and has since accommodated more than 1,120,000 guests, all of whom have experienced exceptional service, luxurious accommodations and exquisite culinary offerings.

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  5. Swaziland: Fake Stats Boost King's Failed AirportRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com

    The Swaziland Tourist Authority falsified statistics on the number of passengers using the new King Msawati III Airport to make it look a success when it was not. And, the deception is part of an ongoing mission of misinformation about the success of the airport that has spanned several year.

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  6. Salma Hayek visits Lebanon to launch film 'The Prophet'Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Philly.com

    Salma Hayek is in Lebanon, her first visit to her ancestral homeland, to launch "The Prophet," an animated feature film she co-produced. Hayek visited the picturesque mountain village of Bcharre in northern Lebanon on Sunday to pay homage to Khalil Gibran, the Lebanese-born poet who wrote "The Prophet," the book on which the film is based.

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  7. Jay Z shops for new talents in NigeriaRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Vanguard

    Rap mogul Jay Z has defended his Tidal streaming service as viable and a boon to artists after a much-criticized start to the revamped company and said that he is shopping for new talents in Africa mostly Nigeria. "We are here for the long haul.

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  8. Agricultural Scientists tackle communication challenges in East AfricaRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Daily Monitor

    Amidst all these threats, science in the modern era is advancing so fast with scientists breaking through the science of genetics, molecular biology, plant physiology, biochemistry, and nanotechnology and soil biology. It is close to two decades that numerous organisations and institutions have been involved in generating knowledge to enable consumers of such information make informed choices on agricultural issues.

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  9. Voyages of imaginationRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Northern Echo

    Bishop Auckland writer Wendy Robertson has got to 'know' many countries before she's even set foot there. From the comfort of her armchair, she explains how 'Just right for the armchair traveller," said an agent, having read my new book,Writing at the Maison Bleue.

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  10. Churchill Safaris Offering Bwindi National Park Gorilla Trek for...Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | PRWeb

    Churchill Safaris, a Uganda based premier organizer of adventure tours, is offering Bwindi National Park Gorilla Trek for adventure lovers who wish to see gorillas in their natural habitats. We, at Churchill Safaris, take immense pride in organizing tours that help travelers to experience the true essence of wildlife, flora, fauna, and unparalleled scenic beauty of Uganda, Keya, Rwanda, Zanzibar, Burundi, and South Africa.

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  11. Liberia: Lavish Nocal Travel Rumors Abound - Ellen Forced to InterveneRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com

    In the wake of the recent LACC findings on NPA, a heighten sense of vigilance against government corruption and waste has blanked our Country. From hitayee shops to market stalls, to the office of the President of the Republic - collective eyes and ears are on full alert for the sights and sounds of misappropriation by State Owned Enterprises and the Ministries entrusted with the management of our Nation's resources.

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  12. Help The Wilderness Foundation and The Women in Business Network to...Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Chelmsfordweeklynews.co.uk

    The Wilderness Foundation have announced that The Women in Business Network have teamed up to support their Wild Swans programme and raise money to enable teenage girls in one of the most disadvantaged areas in South Africa to go to school. Members of the charity and volunteers are travelling to South Africa on May 1 to deliver a bespoke WILD SWANS programme in a local community in Sedgefield.

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  13. South Africa: Xenophobia Pushes Diplomats Into Damage ControlRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com

    When South African Minister of International Relations and Cooperation Maite Nkoana-Mashabane spoke to diplomats in Pretoria on 17 April, her address contained all the usual elements of her speeches to fellow African officials. 'At the core of our foreign policy is the commitment we have made to ourselves and to you that we will always prioritise Africa in all our endeavours, because we are an integral part of the African continent,' she said.

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  14. Liberia: WHO Pledges to Rebuild Resilient Healthcare System in LiberiaRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com

    The World Health Organization Regional Director for Africa, Dr. Matshidiso Moeti, has pledged the organization's continued collaboration in support to rebuilding a resilient healthcare system in Liberia. According to an Executive Mansion release, the first woman WHO Regional Director for Africa made the commitment when she paid a courtesy call on President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf at her temporary office at the Foreign Ministry on Thursday, April 23, 2015.

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  15. Malema flays 'ANC criminals'Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Iol.co.za

    The "arrogance" and "stupidity" of eThekwini municipal officials' behaviour towards an EFF delegation visiting refugee camps in Durban was the reason the country was "isolated" in the continent. This was party leader Julius Malema's conclusion after clashing with volunteers and officials working at the Chatsworth refugee camp on Sunday.

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  16. Wildlife-watching on Ethiopia's ...Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Walta Information Centre

    It was just after sunrise in the Simien Mountains, a collection of peaks in northern Ethiopia, when I heard rustling coming from a thicket of tall grass. Seconds later, a troop of stocky, baboon-like primates called geladas came screeching out of the brush and weaved, like a school of fish, towards a nearby cliff.

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  17. Tenacity, loyalty remembered OBITUARYRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | The Advocate

    The Smithton mother of two dominated Tasmanian badminton in the 1950s and 1960s, only occasionally experiencing the pain she couldn't stand - losing. Mrs King claimed six Tasmanian ladies singles title in 10 years, well and truly stamping her dominance on the sport.

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  18. Ghana is investment destination - " AmbassadorRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | GhanaWeb

    Mrs Claudia Quintero Torbay, Colombian Ambassador to Ghana, has described Ghana as a friendly destination for Colombia investors and partners in development. Briefing the media at the Colombian Embassy in Accra, to welcome Colombian investors in solar technology, she impressed on them to come to Ghana and explore opportunities and invest as part of efforts to deepen bilateral relations between the two countries.

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  19. Salma Hayek visits Lebanon to launch an animated feature film called 'The Prophet'Read the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Vancouver Sun

    Salma Hayek is in Lebanon, her first visit to her ancestral homeland, to launch "The Prophet," an animated feature film she co-produced. Hayek visited the picturesque mountain village of Bcharre in northern Lebanon on Sunday to pay homage to Khalil Gibran, the Lebanese-born poet who wrote "The Prophet," the book on which the film is based.

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  20. 'I make a million dollars a month'Read the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au

    HE IS a university drop out with an infectious personality and at just 30 years of age he's created a multi-million dollar empire. So how did Dwayne Martens do it? BALANCING the Budget has just become a lot harder.

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