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  1. The Garden of Down-to-Earth DelightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | Eugene Weekly

    OK last-minute shoppers, you have one more weekend to find that perfect gift. And lucky for you, Down to Earth Home, Garden and Gift in downtown Eugene is there to help you out.

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  2. Ebola affects food suppliesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | Iol.co.za

    The Ebola epidemic has seriously affected food supply chains in West Africa, leaving 500 000 people without enough to eat, UN agencies said on Wednesday in Rome. Without intervention, the number of people facing food insecurity could reach 1 million by March, the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation and the World Food Programme said in Rome.

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  3. Sierra Leone Ebola centres overflowRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | Iol.co.za

    Ebola centres in Sierra Leone overflowed on Wednesday as health workers combed the streets of the capital Freetown for patients, after the government launched a major operation to contain the epidemic in West Africa's worst-hit country. President Ernest Bai Koroma said on national television that travel between all parts of the country had been restricted as part of "Operation Western Area Surge", and public gatherings would be strictly controlled in the run-up to Christmas.

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  4. 'Nut rage' incident piques interest and macadamia salesRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Iol.co.za

    A KOREAN Air Lines executive's tantrum over bagged nuts in a first-class cabin is drawing enough attention to give Hawaii's $38 million macadamia nut industry a boost. Cho Hyun-ah, an airline vice-president of cabin service and the daughter of the company's chairman, ordered a flight attendant off a December 5 flight from New York City after she was served macadamia nuts in a bag instead of on a plate.

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  5. Sierra Leone cancels Christmas as Ebola virus ravages countryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | NewsTarget.com

    The children of Sierra Leone have only a police state to look forward to this holiday season, with Agence France-Presse recently announcing that Christmas is officially canceled in the Ebola-stricken West African nation. According to the AFP, state officials are prohibiting any public displays or celebrations of Christmas, citing escalating Ebola rates in what has been declared to be the worst Ebola outbreak in history.

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  6. Wish You Were Here: Vacation tips from fellow travelersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Times-Standard

    SOUTH AFRICA: Sunnyvale residents Jesse Lofland, from left, Charlene Loomis, Chelsea Lofland and Rob Lofland gathered at the Cape of Good Hope last year at Christmas as part of a trip to South Africa and Lesotho to visit Jesse, who has been a Peace Corps volunteer in Lesotho since 2012. Jesse returns to Sunnyvale this month.

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  7. We are what we eatRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Windsor Beacon

    Scandinavian food is for sale across from Spanish food at the Buford Highway Farmers Market in Doraville, Ga. The market specializes in international ingredients and ethnic cuisine.

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  8. UN chief heading to West Africa to see response to EbolaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Norwalk Citizen News

    Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said Wednesday he's heading to West Africa to demonstrate the U.N.'s solidarity with the countries most affected by the Ebola outbreak and to see for himself how the world is responding. The U.N. chief will leave Wednesday night and visit hard-hit Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea as well as Mali.

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  9. Bruce Phillips: A voice that shaped Canadian political discourse for decades falls silentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Canada.com

    The look, in many ways, defined his work - intense, inquiring, insightful. When he looked into a camera, a generation of Canadian news consumers leaned forward, listened more carefully.

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  10. Experts: It was a busy, black-eye year for disease controlRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Washington Times

    Health officials are celebrating some important victories in 2014, and Time magazine even named Ebola fighters the persons of the year. Nevertheless, this was a black-eye year for public health.

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  11. Ebola fears speed changes in U.S. hospital record systemsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Reuters

    The worst Ebola outbreak on record, and its spread beyond West Africa, has accelerated changes in how U.S. hospitals address the threat of infectious diseases, say health IT companies and industry experts. After more than five years and a $25 billion investment of federal money to move U.S. medical records out of paper files and into computers, doctors say the systems lack analytical functions, don't allow them to share information with colleagues in other practices and require too much time to enter data.

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  12. Ebola centres overflow as Sierra Leone steps up fightRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | AlertNet

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  13. Cuban ancestors fought for island nation, shape views of U.S. recognitionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Seattle Times

    I'm not from Cuba, and I have been there only once. But barely a day passes without me thinking about that wretched island.

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  14. AFCON 2015: Ebola, not threatRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 17 | In-depth Africa

    Former African women's footballer of the year Genoveva Anonma has called for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations to be cancelled over fears of the devastating Ebola Virus Disease . Similar to Anonma's fear of spreading the Ebola virus to her home country, the Confederation of African Football had to change host after former host Morocco insisted on a postponement of the tournament, a requested not granted.

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  15. Study Abroad in South Africa this SummerRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 17 | PR Log

    PRLog - Dec. 17, 2014 - SARASOTA, Fla. -- This summer, Bridge Education Abroad Institute , in partnership with Go Touch Down Travel & Tours, will hold its first annual summer program in South Africa - and is awarding a total of $100,000 in scholarships.

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  16. Woman who saved relatives from Ebola coming to U.S. for nursing schoolRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 17 | GantDaily.com

    A young Liberian woman who saved three of her relatives by nursing them back to health after they contracted the Ebola virus is coming to the United States to finish her nursing degree. After a story about Kekula ran on CNN in September, many people wanted to help her.

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  17. Health Teams Scour Sierra Leone Capital in Drive to Contain EbolaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Scientific American

    Health workers in Sierra Leone began combing the streets of the capital Freetown for Ebola patients on Wednesday, moving house-to-house as the government launched a major operation to contain infection in West Africa's worst-hit country. FREETOWN - Health workers in Sierra Leone began combing the streets of the capital Freetown for Ebola patients on Wednesday, moving house-to-house as the government launched a major operation to contain infection in West Africa's worst-hit country.

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  18. Uganda fears visa issue could prevent African teams from again being in Little League World SeriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | PennLive.com

    There is concern now that no African country again will appear in a Little League baseball or softball world series and it has nothing to do with the teams' ability on the playing field. Players on an 11-12-year-old Ugandan team, described as stronger than the one that made it to the series in 2012, were unable to obtain visas this year to play in Kutno, Poland.

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  19. Nut RageRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | WTOP-FM Washington

    In this Sept. 2014, file photo, Cho Hyun-ah, Korean Air's vice president responsible for cabin service and the oldest child of Korean Air chairman Cho Yang-ho, answers reporters' questions during a news conference in Incheon, west of Seoul, South Korea.

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  20. Syracuse native coordinating U.S. response to Ebola epidemic in West AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | The Post-Standard

    Beers, 41, a Syracuse native and Nottingham High School graduate, has been in West Africa since August, coordinating the U.S. government's response to the deadly Ebola epidemic. "When our team was flying in, everyone else was flying out," said Beers, leader of the Ebola disaster assistance response team of the U.S. Agency for International Development, USAID for short.

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