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  1. Minister approves funds for Black SharksRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | GhanaWeb

    Minister for Youth and Sports, Mahama Ayariga has approved a sum of $21,362 for the beach soccer team participation in Durban South Africa. This means the association would still have to find the outstanding $15,550 which was not approved.

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  2. Responsible Tourism: First Tourist Board League Table Published. The...Read the original story

    Yesterday | PRWeb

    Responsible Travel has published the first league table of Tourist Boards graded by commitment to responsible tourism as published on their websites, and asks whether more should be done to ensure tax payers' money is being used to promote local over global initiatives. In many cases around the world we think responsibility in tourism is being achieved despite the tourist board not because of it.

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  3. Maya Angelou postage stamp revealedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Los Angeles Times

    The U.S. Postal Service has revealed its Forever postage stamp featuring Maya Angelou, the poet and author widely known for her autobiography "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings." The stamp has a portrait of Angelou alongside a quote from the author: "A bird doesn't sing because it has an answer, it sings because it has a song."

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  4. North Korea lifts Ebola quarantineRead the original story

    Yesterday | West Hawaii Today

    North Korea has lifted its four-month-long Ebola quarantine, bringing an end to a period of isolation that was notable even by the Hermit Kingdom's standards. Embassies and international aid agencies in Pyongyang received a "note verbale" from North Korea's State Emergency Anti-Epidemic Committee informing them that the quarantine was now over for all visitors except for those arriving from a handful of west African countries.

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  5. Africa Youth Championships: Team Ghana cautiously optimistic about chancesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Ghanamma.com

    The Black Satellites are set for this year's African Youth Championship in Senegal after wrapping up their preparations in Turkey on Wednesday. The team defeated Danish lower side Ringobing IF 2-1 in their final pre-tournament warm-up game played on Tuesday.

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  6. January Global Airline Passenger Demand Signals Solid Start to 2015Read the original story

    Yesterday | Travel Industry Wire

    IATA announced global RPKs for January 2015 showing growth of 4.6% compared to January 2014. This represents a slower start to the year which likely was affected by the timing of the Lunar New Year in Asia, which occurred one month later this year compared to 2014.

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  7. Beretta unveils new pistolRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Fox News

    Beretta revealed its first full-size striker fired pistol, the Beretta APX, at the IDEX in Abu Dhabi last week. The Beretta APX joins Beretta's handgun lineup - folks that converged in Abu Dhabi for IDEX had a chance to have a look at it before it is released in the United States.

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  8. Lioness Opens Car Door at Drive-Through Safari ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Neatorama

    YouTube user Joshua Sutherland said his sisters Kaylene and Cindy were visiting their parents who are missionaries in South Africa when a lioness at a drive-through safari park opened the family's car door with her teeth. Hopefully that will teach them to keep the doors locked! Miss Cellania posted about another 2009 incident at a South Africa drive-through safari park in which a lion did the same thing.

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  9. Enhanced Container Leasing and Shipping Service from United Kingdom to AfricaRead the original story

    Yesterday | PR Log

    Improved responsive container shipping service from UK to Nigeria, Ghana, Cote d'Ivoire, Senegal and Gambia providing shippers affordable rates with high quality information that is complete, accurate and timely PRLog - March 4, 2015 - ROMFORD, U.K. -- London, UK. Exporters to Africa, cargo shippers, exhibition organisers, personal effects shippers, car shippers, private sector companies, returnees to Africa, non-governmental agencies requiring shipping logistics, charitable organisations and individual shippers to West Africa who rely on critical shipment and tracking information have a new container leasing and shipping service.

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  10. CaroTrans Adds Asia to U.S. Southeast LCL Import Service to Global NetworkRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Market Wire

    CaroTrans , a leading global NVOCC and ocean freight consolidator, today announces a new all-water LCL import service from Shanghai to Atlanta via the Port of Savannah. It is a 32-day transit.

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  11. Zonservationists 'hunt' Zim hippoRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Iol.co.za

    Conservationists in Zimbabwe were on Wednesday trying to dart a wandering hippo who risks being shot after taking up residence in a dam, dangerously near the busy town of Chitungwiza, the Aware Trust reported. The state national parks body has warned that Mvuu the Hippo, as he has been nicknamed, will be shot if he is not moved out of the storage dam by Friday.

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  12. Watch as family safari trip takes a terrifying turn when huge lion prises car door openRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Daily Record

    THE family can be heard laughing before breaking in to screams of terror as the lion begins to unlock the car door with its teeth. A FAMILY'S dream of seeing majestic wild lions on safari almost turned in to a terrifying nightmare when one of the huge beasts got a bit too close.

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  13. This lion shows why you should always lock car doors in a safari parkRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Metro UK News

    The lioness - codenamed Blonde - sneaked up to the door of their car, snapped her teeth around the door handle and gently eased it open. The whole thing was filmed by the unsuspecting humans Kaylene and Cindy, who were visiting the safari park in South Africa with their parents.

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  14. Wildlife Safaris at Risk From Africa's Growing Poaching ProblemRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Skift

    The tourism industry can become a powerful force if it works together to combat the risks that poaching poses to what will likely be an vital channel towards sustainable economic growth. The United Nations World Tourism Organization is calling on governments and tour operators in Africa to take action against the growing threat that the ongoing poaching crisis poses to the continent's wildlife watching tourism sector.

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  15. Watch terrifying moment safari passengers scream as lion opens car door with its TEETHRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Mirror.co.uk

    The car passengers in the footage can be heard screaming in terror as the beast prises open the door of their vehicle - with its teeth. As one of the lions wanders over to the car, the family can be heard taking pictures of the enormous beast and laughing as it pushes its face against the window.

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  16. Healthy Corners Program Tackles Urban Food DesertsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Triple Pundit

    In large cities across the world, from Seoul to Stockholm, the corner market is a fact of life. Prepared foods, staples, beer for that last-minute party and, yes, fresh produce are the norm.

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  17. "Changing the way we meet": Spacebase at the Phocuswright@ITB Disruption's CurveRead the original story

    Yesterday | PR Log

    Discussing, debating and defining the future of travel commerce. CEO and founder of Spacebase.com Julian Jost will be part of the ITB panel "Executive Roundtable: The Disruptors" PRLog - March 4, 2015 - BERLIN, Germany -- Today the world's leading travel trade show ITB is opening its gates in Berlin to exhibitors from 180 countries and regions which will be visited by over 110,000 people from the commercial and travel industries.

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  18. Mandy's young Australian goat curry with rice and peas and Carnival salad. Photo: Murray FredericksRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | South China Morning Post

    Another Lunar New Year has passed but we still can't get goats - not sheep, mind you, see http://goo.gl/HO0NvA - off our minds or, more to the point, our stomachs. While certainly not a popular delicacy in Hong Kong, around the world goat meat is beloved for its gammy flavour and affordability compared its close relative the sheep.

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  19. .com | SAA glitch causes passengers to buy tickets for next to nothingRead the original story

    Yesterday | News24

    Passengers booking online tickets with South African Airways could not believe their luck when they were able to book a return business class ticket from South Africa to Abu Dhabi for only R900! The buyers' luck, however, turned out to be the result of a glitch on the airline's online site. The disappointed buyers now await a refund from the airline, who were unable to honour the bookings made in the glitch.

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  20. Milan Fashion Week: the top trends for autumn-winterRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | South China Morning Post

    Many designers invoked the colours and splendour of the Renaissance, but some took a more purist line - including Donatella Versace The Fendi autumn/winter 2015 show left Italy's fashion world drooling with its sumptuous suede and leather creations. Photo: Reuters Strong themes emerged for autumn-winter at Milan Fashion Week, which closed on a positive note - leaving the city to finish primping itself in readiness for the opening of the World Expo in May. The famous shopping precinct Galleria Vittorio Emanuele off the Piazza Duomo has been given a facelift courtesy of Prada, which is opening a new arts foundation in the south of the city in a couple of months.

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