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  1. U.N. Reports More Than 7,000 Ebola Deaths Since MarchRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | KTOO-TV Juneau

    The number of people who have died from the worst-ever outbreak of Ebola has crossed the 7,000 mark, the World Health Organization reports, after it recorded another 392 deaths from its previous total of 6,900 earlier this week. The total number of infected, nearly all of them in West Africa, is at 19,031, up from 18,569 in the previous report .


  2. 10 of the best safaris for 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | CNN

    How else can you keep up with giraffes and zebras through the Okavango? Award-winning African Horseback Safaris zigzag across Botswana's delta, inaccessible to vehicles. Guided by Masai and Samburu trackers, Karisia Walking Safaris' team of camels carry guests through Kenya's Laikipa country to find giraffes, zebras and more.


  3. Dengue risk rises due to climate change and urbanisationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 23 | AlertNet

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  4. Risk of dengue increases due to climate change, city growth-research - TRFNRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | AlertNet

    LONDON, Dec 23 - Large parts of Europe, West and Central Africa, and South America face the threat of outbreaks of the deadly dengue virus due to climate change and urbanisation, according to the first-ever maps of dengue vulnerability published on Tuesday. Research by the United Nations University found dengue fever, that is transmitted by the bite of female mosquitoes and causes severe pain, is on the move with the maps pinpointing vulnerable areas as a tool to help prevent outbreaks.


  5. Ethiopia says ready to boost Somalia troopsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | New Vision

    Ethiopia has said it was ready to boost its troop levels in Somalia to replace soldiers from Sierra Leone, which has been forced to withdraw its forces from the mission over Ebola fears. A contingent of 850 soldiers from Sierra Leone, who were part of the African Union's 22,000-strong AMISOM force, began departing Somalia on the weekend after a 20-month posting in the war-torn country.


  6. UN chief: Better early warning needed for disease outbreaksRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 |

    The international community needs better early warning and rapid response mechanisms to counter future disease outbreaks similar to Ebola, the UN Secretary-General said Monday. Ban Ki-moon, who recently visited countries in West Africa hardest hit by Ebola, told reporters that the latest outbreak of the disease was unique in the sense that it spread via dozens of isolated chains of transmission instead of one outbreak spreading from its epicenter.


  7. PBD to host sessions on Girmitiyas, Francophone diasporaRead the original story

    Monday Dec 22 |

    The Pravasi Bharatiya Divas , the world's largest annual gathering of people of Indian origin to be held in Gandhinagar in Gujarat Jan 7-9, will see a number of 'firsts' this time, including a session devoted to Girmitiyas and on the Francophone diaspora. The PBD, to be held at Mahatma Mandir, would kick off with the Youth PBD Jan 7 that will have two sessions.


  8. Longmont dentist finds gratification in givingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | Daily Camera

    A map of Liberia surrounded by photographs of Dr. Craig Hovick working on patients hang on the lobby wall at the dentist's Longmont office. The memories are souvenirs from Hovick's trips to third world countries where he has volunteered for 10 to 18 days every year for the past decade.


  9. What's embassy in ISIS-land or New York?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 |

    This was the week that was...Cuba's communist leaders must be ecstatic - and a little stunned - over the deal they just got from President Barack Obama , because it rewards them handsomely for bad behavior and requires ZERO in stated by a former U.S. ambassador to Venezuela who worked with three Republican presidents. "This is one of the most inexplicable initiatives by a United States administration in the history of foreign policy," Otto Reich, who advised President Ronald Reagan in Cold War-era battles between the U.S. and Cuba in Latin America, told "MidPoint" host Ed Berliner.


  10. He may never be king, but Prince Harry could have a career in photographyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | Digital Trends

    Being fifth-in-line for the British throne, chances of Prince Harry becoming king is relatively slim. So, could photography become a more tangible career instead? We aren't sure, but the young prince did try his hand at photography while visiting one of his charity projects in Africa earlier this month, as the Daily Mail reports , releasing several photos he took of the children there.


  11. Zimbabwe's president Robert Mugabe purges more ministersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | Sydney Morning Herald

    In a long-range purge, President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe, travelling in Asia, ordered further dismissals of government ministers back home, pursuing a sweeping crackdown on perceived disloyalty, according to state news media. The upheaval in Zimbabwe has coincided with wider indications of unease across southern Africa after the death in October of President Michael Sata in neighbouring Zambia.


  12. Gulf's age of plenty over after oil price crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | The Daily Star

    An aerial view of the Burj Al-Arab luxury hotel built on an artificial island off Jumeirah in the Gulf emirate of Dubai. AFP PHOTO/Karim Sahib RIYADH: The boom that adorned Gulf Arab monarchies with glittering towers, swelled their sovereign funds and kept unrest largely at bay may be over after oil prices dropped by almost 50 percent in the last six months.


  13. UN chief urges better early warning of next disease outbreak after visit to ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | Nanaimo Daily News

    Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said Monday the international community urgently needs better early warning and rapid response to the next outbreak of disease - "a test that is sure to come." The U.N. chief, who just visited Ebola-hit countries in West Africa, said the world must learn the lessons from the deadly outbreak, which go beyond strengthening public health systems.


  14. SCHEDULES: 2014-15 PGA TourRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | Golfweek

    As a part of Golfweek's My Year in Golf series, David Dusek reflects on the rise of Rory McIlroy and the 2014 Ryder Cup, among other topics Eyebrows were raised when Nanna Madsen recently left the University of South Carolina halfway through her freshman year to try to earn a Ladies European Tour card. Images from the 2014 NCCGA Fall National Championship, played Nov. 15-16 at Dancing Rabbit Resort's Azaleas and Oaks courses in Philadelphia, Miss.


  15. The Conservative Case For A New Cuba PolicyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | The Daily Caller

    Senator Jeff Flake is a fifth-generation Arizonan who was raised on a cattle ranch in Snowflake, Arizona. Snowflake was named in part for Senator Flake's great-great grandfather.


  16. Oil-price drop will be real test for Gulf: ExpertsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | Times of Oman

    At $65 a barrel, GCC states, which hold about a third of the world's crude reserves, would run a combined budget deficit of 6 per cent of GDP, according to Arqaam Capital. Photo - file Riyadh: The boom that adorned Gulf Arab countries with glittering towers, swelled their sovereign funds and kept unrest largely at bay may be over after oil prices dropped by almost 50 per cent in the last six months.


  17. Senator: Liberia Is Safe for TravelRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | Roll Call

    Sen. Chris Coons, D-Del., used his 4-day trip to Ebola-stricken Liberia to emphasize it is a safe place to travel - and additional investment may be needed to keep it that way. "By my coming, I was hoping to demonstrate it was safe; that it is possible to come and engage in Liberia," said Coons, who is the first member of Congress to visit the country since the disease spread across West Africa earlier this year.


  18. Gorilla to represent SA in SMAKRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | Bizcommunity

    Gorilla is proud to announce that they will exclusively represent South Africa in the Social Media Agencies networK. SMAK is a global initiative by KRDS.


  19. Sean Penn shows off blonde/grey hair on Christmas shopping run with son HopperRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 22 | Daily Mail

    But on Sunday Sean Penn showed off some bizarre-looking hair color that did not befit his hard-edged persona as he went on a Christmas shopping run with his 21-year-old son Hopper on the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica. The 54-year-old Oscar winner was showing off not one, not two but three different hair colors: blonde highlights over grey locks with a brown mustache.


  20. Five Gifts for Your Favorite Faithful FeministRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Sojourners

    With Christmas less than a week away, the time for last-minute gift shopping is now. Sojourners' Just Giving Guide has detailed a variety of ways to shop in a socially-conscious manner.