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  1. West Africa: Ebola - Is Culture the Real Killer?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | AllAfrica.com

    "African culture" - cute if you're a tourist, catastrophic when you want to put a lid on Ebola, or so some international health experts and media coverage of the outbreak would have us believe. Why do people persist with risky funeral rites, eat Ebola-harbouring bush meat, and occasionally attack the very health workers sent to help, the news reports leave us wondering.

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  2. Vital for all companies to be fully prepared for a pandemic crisis;...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PRWeb

    In the week where Dr. Jim Yong Kim, the President of the World Bank Group, stated that the world is "dangerously unprepared" for future deadly pandemics like the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, global meetings organiser, IRN, hosted the inaugural Ebola & Pandemic Risk Management Workshop. The event, held on January 22nd 2015 at the Prospero House in London, reflected on the lessons learned by the private sector from this Ebola outbreak.

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  3. Historic manor house gets suite new lookRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Iol.co.za

    Cape Town The city's southern suburbs will get its first Protea Hotel in Mowbray next month which will generate 50 new jobs. A historic Cape Dutch manor house on a green estate that borders the Liesbeek River will open its doors as Protea Hotel Mowbray on Sunday.

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  4. Clothing Shoppers Seek Seamless Online-Offline ExperienceRead the original story

    Yesterday | PR.com

    The report "Global Clothing B2C E-Commerce Market 2015," shows that clothing is in close rivalry with the consumer electronics category for first rank among product categories by share of online shopper purchases and tops it in many countries. Pure online, store-based mass merchants and clothing specialists worldwide compete for a share of this booming market.

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  5. East Africa: EAC Staff Spend Sh8 Billion On TravelRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | AllAfrica.com

    The 90-page report for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2013 suggests that the East African Community as an institution "had major setbacks and challenges" during the year under review. The report was compiled by 14 members of the East African Legislative Assembly at the urging of the impeached speaker Margaret Zziwa.

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  6. California patient tested for EbolaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Iol.co.za

    A patient suspected of contracting Ebola after travelling in West Africa and exhibiting symptoms of the disease was admitted on Thursday to a special isolation hospital unit in Sacramento and was being tested for infection, officials said. The patient was considered at a relatively low risk of infection.

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  7. The Ultimate Boys' Night Out: Scientific Proof of the Benefits of Male BondingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Forbes.com

    "Back in the Pleistocene, at military school in the South, some of my dorm-mates and I started a mimeographed - remember mimeographs? - broadside called the Trusty Tribunal. We were pamphleteers in the 18th-century sense, with approximately the same tech, but at a military school -- M.A.S.H, basically, minus the operating rooms and the grownups.

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  8. As Ebola 'fear factor' eases, African tourism edges backRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Vallejo News

    From the jungle-clad slopes of the Great Lakes to the game parks of South Africa, tourism is beginning to recover as the Ebola outbreak in a corner of the continent ebbs and foreigners overcome their fear of the virus. The epidemic has been confined overwhelmingly to Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea, where at least 8,700 people have died.

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  9. African safari the ultimate field trip for Columbia MBARead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Globe and Mail

    A safari in Kruger National Park was on the agenda of Linda Chew and her Columbia classmates while in South Africa. A safari in Kruger National Park was on the agenda of Linda Chew and her Columbia classmates while in South Africa.

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  10. Africa's Airspace Still an Open QuestionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Voice of America

    Many topics are up in the air at this year's African Union summit among them, literally: air. For nearly three decades, African aviation officials have tried, and failed, to get the continental body to implement an agreement to make the entire continent one connected, free airspace for civilian aircraft.

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  11. Suspected Ebola patient admitted to California hospitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Yahoo!

    A patient suspected of contracting Ebola after traveling in West Africa and exhibiting symptoms of the disease was admitted on Thursday to a special isolation hospital unit in Sacramento and was being tested for infection, officials said. The patient was considered at a relatively low risk of infection.

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  12. British Fighter Jets Scrambled After Russian Planes Identified Near UK AirspaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KNEB-AM Scottsbluff

    Prosecutors Thursday unveiled video from Aaron Hernandez's own home surveillance system during opening arguments at his murder trial to help support their claim th... -- A Dutch TV camera kept rolling as an armed man who had apparently stormed a television station paced back and forth, with what looked like a silenced pist... Lincoln - Gov. Pete Ricketts today announced the schedule for his inaugural Governor's Ag Conference.

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  13. WHO reports Ebola on the decline as possible U.S. case surfacesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | UPI

    The World Health Organization announced Thursday the spread of Ebola in West Africa appears to be on the decline but stressed that more work remains to be done to end the outbreak. "The epidemic has turned, and we are now beginning to see an overall decline in the number of new cases," said Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed , the special representative and head of the United Nations Mission for Ebola Emergency Response .

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  14. Over 1 billion tourists travelled abroad in 2014.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | 4 Hoteliers

    International tourist arrivals showed a 4.7% increase over the previous year and for 2015, UNWTO forecasts international tourism to grow by 3% to 4%, further contributing to the global economic recovery. The number of international tourists reached 1,138 million in 2014, 51 million more than in 2013.

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  15. Furious West Ham and Newcastle consider joining forces to bring...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Daily Mail

    West Ham and Newcastle are furious with the Senegalese Football Association for their lack of assistance in returning their players from the Africa Cup of Nations and on Thursday were considering joining forces to charter a private jet. The two clubs were desperate to get their players back from the tournament, after they were knocked out on Tuesday, so they would be available for this weekend's league matches.

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  16. Capturing animals' 'wild essence;' Former Orindan Shirley Sanderson...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Inside Bay Area

    Shirley Sanderson will never forget the time she was on board a small icebreaker ship when at 3 a.m. she heard knocking on the door. She leapt out of bed.

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  17. Soumillon Scores Group II Double at MeydanRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Blood Horse

    Jockey Christophe Soumillon landed a group II double at the Dubai World Cup Carnival Jan. 29 on the turf at Meydan, winning both the Cape Verdi aboard . Vercingetorix, who won the Emirates Airline Jebel Hetta on "Super Saturday" at last year's Meydan meet, proved far too good for five rivals in the $200,000 Al Rashidiya at 1,800 meters .

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  18. Sudan signs six-year oil exploration agreement with ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 16, 2014 | Sudan Tribune

    The Sudanese government announced on Thursday that it signed a six-year agreement with the Chinese National Petroleum Company to increase oil production in fields north of Heglig and parts of the disputed border area of Abyei. Yu Zhengsheng , chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, meets with the deputy chairman of Sudan's ruling National Congress Party Ibrahim Ghandour, who is also assistant to the Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, in Beijing, capital of China, Jan. 28, 2015 According to Sudan's minister of oil Makkawi Mohammed Awad, the two sides agreed in Beijing to increase oil production in West Kordofan oil fields, especially in blocks 2 and 4 until 2021.

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  19. Public Health Response to Commercial Airline Travel of a Person with...Read the original story

    Thursday | Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

    On January 23, 2015, this report was posted as an MMWR Early Release on the MMWR website . Before the current Ebola epidemic in West Africa, there were few documented cases of symptomatic Ebola patients traveling by commercial airline , and no evidence of transmission to passengers or crew members during airline travel.

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  20. BWW Reviews: the Widow Lincoln at Ford's TheatreRead the original story

    Thursday | BroadwayWorld.com

    Mary Todd Lincoln, the wife of President Abraham Lincoln, is the subject of a new play which premieres this month, marking 150 years since the President's assassination. Ford's Theatre, the site of the crime that took the civil rights legend from us, has commissioned playwright James Still to capture a moment in time which very little is known about.

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