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  1. Audience shows Joan Armatrading plenty of 'love and affection'Read the original story w/Photo

    44 min ago | This is Gloucestershire

    She described her tour as "me, solo on stage, playing the guitar, piano and singing' - that must be one of Joan Armatrading's greatest understatements. Images on a big screen treated fans to a pictorial journey of her musical career spanning a staggering 42 years.


  2. Pope Francis blasts 'elderly and haggard' EuropeRead the original story w/Photo

    53 min ago | DNA India

    Pope Francis launched a withering attack today on a "haggard" Europe, urging it to reclaim global leadership after years of crisis and to take in migrants before the Mediterranean becomes a "vast cemetery". The Argentine pontiff addressed the European Parliament and Council of Europe during a lightning visit to Strasbourg, during which he called for urgent economic and social change.


  3. Mbidde rules out giving up roles at NCS, FUFARead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | New Vision

    By Johnson Were Denis Mbidde has ruled out relinquishing any of his roles in the National Council of Sports and the football governing body FUFA. The official is a board member of NCS and vice president of FUFA in charge of the Uganda Premier League.


  4. Farmers get Shs8b boostRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Daily Monitor

    KAMPALA A new model to stimulate the financing of the food and agriculture sector through financial institutions in Uganda has been launched. The programme launched by Financial Access , Netherlands Embassy and SNV draws experiences from the ongoing Finance for Agriculture Kenya programme.


  5. George Nsimbe says bye to KCCARead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | New Vision

    KCCA 2 Kira Young 1 BUL 1 Rwenshama 0 Bright 1 Lweza 1 Entebbe 0 SC Villa 4 Police 1 Vipers 2 Outgoing KCCA FC coach George Nsimbe has asked the players and fans to have faith and confidence in the technical team he is leaving behind and support them to handle the club. Nsimbe made the remarks after his last game as KCCA coach when the side beat Kira Young 2-1 at Phillip Omondi Stadium, Lugogo on Tuesday.


  6. Kaahwa is Africa agriculture ambassadorRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | New Vision

    By Jackie Nalubwama At 30 years old, Jean Kaahwa has been farming since he finished university something most youths can't imagine doing. A graduate of commerce with a major in marketing from Makerere University Business School, he has previously been ridiculed for taking on farming, an activity that is widely seen as lowly.


  7. Why is no one walking the Amistad plank?Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Day

    As the astounding debt racked up by Amistad America comes into sharper focus - the total is already more than $2 million and likely to rise higher - the question arises anew: Why has there been no accountability for this fiasco? There are clear suggestions of criminal wrongdoing in the bungled management of the nonprofit that owns the tall ship, a replica of the captive-carrying schooner built right from the pages of Connecticut history and paid for by Connecticut taxpayers. Indeed it is more than just a replica, now that it has made ocean crossings and sailed past so many landmarks of the Amistad story, from West Africa to Cuba.


  8. Chinese-built Ebola center dedicated in LiberiaRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | KDWN

    China, one of the first countries to send aid to battle Ebola in West Africa, ramped up the assistance significantly Tuesday by opening a 100-bed treatment center in Liberia as rows of uniformed Chinese army medics stood at attention. The facility, which is air-conditioned and has digital document-keeping, will start accepting patients next week, Chinese Embassy officials said.


  9. Ugandan designers seek cut of Africa fashion marketRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | New Vision

    Mention African style and the fashion crowd thinks Lagos, or Johannesburg. But Uganda's emerging designers -- using a mix of local craft and global savvy -- are hoping to give them a run for their money.


  10. Spotalert makes shopping easy as retail therapy is redefinedRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | AME Info

    The position takes the overall responsibility for performing secretarial and office duties for the Executive Director; handling and managing all administrative matters for the day-to-day business within the Executive Director's Office. Responsibilities and Duties -Establishmentof proper business correspondence, memorandum, reports and forms, including confidential nature.


  11. Project Development Company will take place in December: Commerce MinistryRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Merinews

    Ministry of commerce will materialize the PDC by end of this year to identify projects and take them up in a fast-track manner with active involvement of the governments of those countries. "The important development in progress is to set up a PDC where leading financial institutions of India led by EXIM bank, State Bank of India , ILFS and in the partnership with the African Development Bank .


  12. U.S. Resolved to Drill On as Shale Boom Dims OPEC's Market PowerRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    No matter what OPEC countries decide tomorrow about cutting oil output, U.S. producers already know what they're going to do: drill on. As Saudi Arabia and its 11 fellow members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries meet for what's viewed as the cartel's most important conclave since 2008's worldwide financial crisis, the U.S. has the most to gain and the least to lose.


  13. MoreRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | Art Daily

    When Publisher DK, in collaboration with the Smithsonian Institution, decided to create a book that offers a unique look at world history through the visual presentation of human-made artifacts, they contacted the Penn Museum in Philadelphia about the possibility of exploring the collections and possibly taking a number of object photos for the new book. The gloriously illustrated full-color book-History of the World in 1,000 Objects-published last month, is out, and the numbers are in: more than 200 objects in the book, roughly 20%, come from the Penn Museum's world-renowned international collections.


  14. How smuggling ivory limits tourists from streaming inRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Daily Monitor

    Tourism fears. Uganda has come under attack as one of the countries accused of failing to do enough to tackle the illegal trade in ivory.


  15. Suspected case of Ebola in Chiniot : November 26, 2014,Read the original story

    12 hrs ago | Daily Times

    ISLAMABAD: An alert for a suspected case of viral hemorrhagic fever from Chiniot District has been reported. The person had been working in Togo for the past three years.


  16. Emerging Solar Market Creates Demand for Strong Projects from SunPowerRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago |

    SunPower Corporation , is a solar energy services company and operates in the Americas, the EMEA, and the APAC regions designing, manufacturing, and delivering solar systems to residential, commercial, and utility customers. The company posted robust third quarter results last month, marked by solid performance across all geographies and end channels and beat consensus estimates on revenue and earnings.


  17. "that's the trojan horse of the entire republican strategy"Read the original story

    13 hrs ago | Slugger O'Toole

    From his reported comments , it would appear that Sinn FA in's John O'Dowd, the Northern Ireland Education Minister, has, at best, a flawed "understanding" of his party president's comments last night - and, hence, a flawed "understanding" of his party's entire strategy. From the UTV report Mr O'Dowd added that his understanding of Mr Adam's 'Trojan horse' comment was that it was about overcoming bigotry, sectarianism and homophobia.


  18. CEO Teresa Clarke appointed to the president's new...Read the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Insight News

    U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker announced CEO Teresa Clarke is among the 15 private sector leaders who have been appointed to the newly established President's Advisory Council on Doing Business in Africa . PAC-DBIA members - representing the private sector from a variety of industry sectors - were hand-picked to advise the president and the secretary of commerce on strengthening commercial engagement between the United States and Africa.


  19. Shall we discover America again?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 13, 2011 | Turkish Daily News

    I support the argument that the American continent was explored by Muslims and not by Christopher Columbus. If the president said it, then there should be no further discussion.


  20. On a 'Day of Thanks,' Dr. Barry Booth recognizes support from Baldwin County during the...Read the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Alabama Live

    For Dr. Barry Booth, Tuesday's breakfast celebration at John F. Rhodes Civic Center was an opportunity to give thanks for those who supported a mission he led in offering World War II veterans opportunities to visit Washington, D.C. Booth, an Eastern Shore dentist, helped organize and lead the Honor Flight South Alabama mission , which provided from 2008-2013, a day-long tour for the veterans to military sites including the World War II memorial, dedicated in 2004. "Baldwin County, more than any place, supported our honor flight program," Booth, a Vietnam Veteran whose efforts have often been credited with giving 950 veterans an opportunity to visit Washington, D.C., aboard one of the nine flights.