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  1. Los Gatos woman's trek up Kilimanjaro raises money for SCSRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Campbell Reporter

    On March 1, Los Gatos' Julia Nelson will be traveling to Tanzania in Eastern Africa to run the Kilimanjaro Marathon. The day after the race, Nelson and her five running buddies will embark on a seven-day trek up Mount Kilimanjaro with the goal of reaching the Uhuru peak, which at 19,341 feet is the highest point in Africa.

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  2. Dr. Craig Spencer on the politics of EbolaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Crofs Blogs

    Back in New York, the suffering I'd seen, combined with exhaustion, made me feel depressed for the first time in my life. I slept long hours and had a hard time connecting with old friends.

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  3. Newark Museum takes a rare view inside the palaces of Nigeria's monarchsRead the original story

    Wednesday | Art Daily

    The Newark Museum presents an exhibition of 40 large-scale portraits from a new series by acclaimed Nigerian photographer George Osodi. Royals and Regalia: Inside the Palaces of Nigeria's Monarchs running through August 9, 2015.

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  4. Two children under 10 are being tested for the deadly Ebola virus...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Daily Mail

    BREAKING: Two children under 10 are being tested for the deadly Ebola virus after being placed in isolation at an Australian hospital A spokesperson for The Royal Children's Hospital told Daily Mail Australia that the patients are being kept in isolation. 'Two patients have been isolated at The Royal Children's Hospital following admission this morning with an infectious disease.

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  5. Ghana needs serious reforms to restore economic growth'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | GhanaWeb

    Dr. A.D.A. Laryea, Senior Lecturer at the Economics Department of the University of Ghana, on Tuesday said Ghana needs serious reforms to restore some growth back to the economy. Presenting a paper on "Exchange Rate Misalignment and Economic Growth in Ghana since 1975" at a roundtable organized by the Institute of Economic Affairs on "Factors affecting Economic Growth In Ghana-Policy Implications", he noted that 25 years after independence, Ghana has become a basket case.

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  6. Walking the NileRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | This is Wiltshire

    We all dream of ditching the 9-5 to explore lands far, far away, but writer-explorer Levison Wood took things one step - or 7 million steps, to be exact - further, tackling one of the last epic journeys left on Earth. In December 2013 he started walking the length of the Nile from its source in Rwanda and some nine months later, finished his trip in Rashid, east of Alexandria, in Egypt.

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  7. Bringing Hands On Art to Public EducationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Greenpoint Gazette

    North Brooklyn residents looking to give their kids a hands-on arts experience this summer should make their way to Dobbin Mews for City Sculpting. Before moving to the United States, more than 20 years ago, she taught art at a community center, concentrating on black children who were not receiving an arts education under the apartheid regime.

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  8. African Children's Choir: 18 Ugandan girls and boys to perform in DurhamRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | HeraldSun.com

    The African Children's Choir will perform a concert next week at King's Park International Church in Durham. An offering will be taken to support the work of the choir program of international organization Music for Life.

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  9. Kelly: Love a man in uniform? Online dating scammers hope so.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | The Washington Post

    Single women can find him on the dating site DateMeMateMe.com, where he confesses to being, "Very new to this dating thing and am looking to see where this takes me." At FishMeetFish.com, under the username RealChandler, he explains, "I would love my first date to be something special."

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  10. Vancouver designer Sarah Shabacon finds headdress successRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 21, 2014 | Westender

    It's no surprise her accessory business blew up on Instagram. Sarah Shabacon is a stunner with an alluring feed that shows off the darling headbands she creates, along with the exotic locations she's travelled to, gorgeous interiors that inspire her, and many stylish women wearing her trademark bands.

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  11. On fire: Noah Martey does it again as Bechem beat OlympicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Ghanamma.com

    Noah Martey is enjoying every bit of life on the football pitch for Bechem United in the First Capital Plus Ghana Premier League. The 19 year old rejected by national U-20 team selectors scored again on Wednesday afternoon to power Bechem United to a 2-0 victory over Great Olympics in a match day 9 fixture at the Bechem Park.

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  12. .com | I was spied on by the SSA! The unsuspecting targets of the spy cablesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | News24

    In a 128-page document entitled "Operational Target Analysis of Iran", published in January 2010, the top-secret brief details some of the targets for State Security Agency scrutiny on suspicion the Iran intelligence agency could be using them as fronts for covert operations in the country. These include a Persian carpet trade shop in Bellville, Cape Town, described as 'deep cover' for Iran's intelligence agency, as well as One of the identified targets is the Ahl-ul Bait Foundation, a cultural and religious centre for Islam based in Ottery, Cape Town.

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  13. South Africa to share reconciliation and nation building experience with Sri LankaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Colombo Page

    Feb 25, Colombo: A South African delegation led by the Deputy Minister of International Relation and Cooperation Ms. Nomaindia Mfeketo is visiting Sri Lanka this week and the team will enlighten the Sri Lankan officials on their experience in reconciliation and nation building.

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  14. Airport screening for viruses misses half of infections reports UCLARead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Examiner.com

    Currently, in a matter of hours, air travel can transport passengers-and the bugs they carry-from one continent to another. The H1N1 virus and Ebola are just two of the many diseases whose spread was fueled by international airline travel.

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  15. What's with the camel?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | The Chronicle

    The statue of Knut Schmidt-Nielsen and a camel on Science Drive is more than Duke's only statue dedicated to a professor-it is perhaps the University's most puzzling landmark. There's George Washington Duke, president of the American Tobacco Company that funded the Duke we know today, overlooking East Campus.

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  16. Ultra runner's desert challengeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Southland Times

    BORN TO RUN: Christchurch-based ultra-marathon runner Hollie Woodhouse has been accepted for the tough 250-kilometre multi-stage Moroccan 30th Marathon des Sables, a six-day race through the Sahara Desert. A quick blast round the park on a Saturday morning, and Woodhouse felt she had earned her chocolate and coffee.

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  17. Elimination of Yellow Fever Vaccination Welcomed on South African...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Travel World News

    Yellow fever vaccinations are no longer necessary for travel between Zambia, Tanzania and South Africa. The announcement was made by the South African Department of Health and the requirement was lifted with immediate effect.

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  18. World Water DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | CFR.org

    Secretary of State Hillary Clinton gave these remarks at the roundtable on water security at the UN on September 25, 2012. Climatic conditions across the U.S. farm belt are triggering a rise in global food prices that threatens to fuel political unrest in developing countries, says CFR's Isobel Coleman.

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  19. SA Honours Tour Specialists In GhanaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Ghanamma.com

    South African Tourism last Friday presented special awards to some deserving persons in Ghana's travel industry for their commitment towards tourism in Africa. The ceremony was part of activities by SAT to encourage and garner attention for tourism on the African continent and South African tourism in particular.

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  20. US government nominates an ambassador to Somalia - Wednesday, 25 February 2015 13:38Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Walta Information Centre

    President Barack Obama has nominated a career diplomat, Katherine Simonds Dhanani, to be the first U.S. Ambassador to Somalia in nearly 25 years. Ambassador Dhanani will be based in neighboring Kenya until security conditions permit the embassy in the Somali capital of Mogadishu to reopen.

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