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  1. Migrant crisis: Greek soldier saved 20 people singlehandedly off Rhodes beachRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Independent

    Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies It was the image that defined a week of tragedy - and showed the world how Europe had failed to deal with its migrant problem.


  2. Togo's ASKY seeks new investors, more regional cooperation -chairmanRead the original story

    Sunday | Reuters

    Togo-based ASKY airline is in talks with potential investors to strengthen its operations but leaders should bury pride and ambition to create a regional carrier serving West and Central Africa, its chairman said. ASKY was set up in late 2007 in partnership with Ethiopian Airlines and seeks to help fill the void created by the collapse in 2002 of Air Afrique, a regional operator controlled by Francophone African governments.


  3. SPAGnVOLA Wins Award For Their Premium Nigerian Chocolate BarRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | PRWeb

    The professional single-estate Chocolatier won three Academy of Chocolate Awards, including one for their innovative chocolate bar made from premium Nigerian cocoa beans. "We are very proud to have won the Silver Award on our innovative premium Nigerian chocolate bar."


  4. Botswana/Kenya: Botswana Shock Kenya in Olympics QualifierRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday |

    Striker Omaatla Kebatho scored four minutes after half-time and three minutes from time for the Baby Zebras in southern town Lobatse. Midfielder Kabelo Seakanyeng was the other Botswana goal-grabber, doubling the lead 53 minutes into a first-round, first-leg eliminator.


  5. Overcoming Fear: One Church and an Ebola OutcastRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 |

    At the height of last year's Ebola crisis, the name Thomas Eric Duncan dominated the headlines. Dying from the virus, he travelled from Liberia to the U.S., bringing the epidemic disease with him.


  6. Nigeria: Babalola, Ego, Nomoreloss Headline Lagos Jazz FiestaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday |

    Inspiro Productions the organizers of Nigeria's premier jazz festival - The Lagos International Jazz Festival 2015 have unveiled a list of performing acts for what they tagged this year's 'Jazz In The Megacity' with an intention to celebrate Nigerian jazz and Jazz related musicians who play the genre of music in various fusions and with an indigenous flavor.


  7. Happiness abundant in colder climatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday |

    Happiness seems to be most abundant a long way from the equator. At least according to the new World Happiness Report 2015.


  8. Andy Murray and Kim's marriage sparks bridal boom in Dunblane...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Daily Record

    ANDY and Kim's nuptials has lead to a wedding boom in Dunblane that has been a real ace for Scots bridal store. TENNIS ace Andy Murray has served up a business boost for a Scots bridal store following his wedding two weeks ago.


  9. Xenophobic attacks bring back 26 TanzaniansRead the original story

    Sunday | IPPMEDIA

    The government has returned home the first batch of 26 Tanzanians hitherto living in South Africa following xenophobic attacks targeting essentially African migrants, operating shops. A statement issued yesterday by Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation said that the first batch arrived yesterday aboard a Fast Jet plane at the Julius Nyerere International Airport.


  10. Fighting malaria one bead at a timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday |

    Just like the "Goodbye Malaria" bracelets he beads furiously from strings attached to his only arm, the Crossroads grandfather believes that locals and foreign nationals are bound together. Saturday marked World Malaria Day, accompanied by a resounding call for the spirit of ubuntu to be upheld in the fight against the disease, which kills more than 600 000 people globally each year.


  11. World must find solution to xenophobiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday |

    The xenophobic attacks in Durban and Joburg, which have left seven people dead and many injured and deprived of their valuables, are as deplorable as they are regrettable. More than 1 200 African and Syrian immigrants have drowned in the past 10 days while trying to make their way to Europe by way of the Italian island of Lampedusa, 113km off the Tunisian coast.


  12. Turkish airlines flight makes emergency landing in flames at IstanbulRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Big News

    ISTANBUL, Turkey - A Turkish Airlines flight made an emergency landing at Ataturk Airport Saturday after its engine caught fire shortly after takeoff. Television footage showed firefighters approaching the A320 airliner at the airport and extinguishing the fire in its right engine.


  13. Edinburgh's young guns come of ageRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 25 | Sunday Herald

    IT is probably just as well for Ben Toolis that the in-goal area at Murrayfield measures up as one of Scotland's larger green spaces, for without those generous proportions the Edinburgh lock's professional try tally would still be stuck on zero. IT is probably just as well for Ben Toolis that the in-goal area at Murrayfield measures up as one of Scotland's larger green spaces, for without those generous proportions the Edinburgh lock's professional try tally would still be stuck on zero.


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    Saturday Apr 25 | The Peninsula

    DOHA: The names of the final 15 footballers selected for the Qatar Airways & Aspire Academy Football Dreams Africa team have been officially announced. The select group of 13-year-old boys who make up the Qatar Airways & Aspire Academy Football Dreams Africa team, represents a number of countries across Africa, including Ghana, Gambia, Burundi, Uganda, Tanzania, Ivory Coast, Cameroon and Mali.


  15. USC Student Film at Cannes Film FestRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 25 | KFI

    A 17-year-old USC student's seven-minute film, a short take on the ebola crisis in Liberia and Sierra Leone, will be seen next month at the Cannes Film Festival in France, it was reported today. John Taschner conceived the idea of ``Gen Rx,'' then wrote the film script and directed the movie in less than two weeks.


  16. April 25, 2015 - Hour 1Read the original story

    Saturday Apr 25 | RudyMaxa

    Tourists have begun trickling back to Egypt, and Joe Luchison of Thomas Harper River Journeys says it's time to visit. John Hargrove, former SeaWorld killer whale trainer featured in the documentary 'Blackfish,' discuses his new book Beneath the Surface: Killer Whales, SeaWorld and the Truth Beyond Blackfish .


  17. IPL: Mumbai Indians beat Hyderabad by 20 runsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 25 | The Times of India

    MUMBAI: Pace bowlers Lasith Malinga and Mitchell McClenaghan came up with stellar bowling display to help Mumbai Indians defend a modest score and beat Sunrisers Hyderabad by 20 runs in their IPL cricket match here on Saturday. Full coverage: Indian Premier League 2015 Sri Lankan Malinga grabbed his season's best four for 23, including three wickets in his last over, while New Zealander Mcclenaghan picked up three for 20 that included top scorer Shikhar Dhawan's scalp, to restrict the Sunrisers to 137 for eight, chasing a target of 158.


  18. 10 of the most amazing places on the planet to liveRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 25 | Metro UK News

    Perhaps the last place you would expect to find a living community would be inside a volcanic island in the Philippine Sea. The last time the volcano erupted was in the 1780s, and it proved fatal for half of the people living on the island.


  19. Sunday Sitdown: Loyolaa s a Father Mikea aims for poor to get 2-year degrees debt-freeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 25 | Chicago Sun-Times

    The Rev. Michael J. Garanzini - just Father Mike around Loyola University Chicago - will step down at the end of June after 14 years as president and chief executive officer of the Jesuit institution.


  20. .com | SA economy not as big as we thinkRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 25 | News24

    During the Nelson Mandela and Thabo Mbeki's time SA was number 1 economy in Africa. With just the change in the way the two economies was calculated, South Africa is now number number 2 in Africa after Nigeria.