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  1. Morning Must Reads: November 27Read the original story w/Photo

    26 min ago | Time

    As most of the U.S. prepares to celebrate Thanksgiving, spare a thought for more than 200,000 American families who were facing the holiday without electricity after heavy snow felled power lines from West Virginia to Vermont early Thursday Do the nutritional perks of turkey deserve to be at the center of your Thanksgiving feast? Our weekly poll of five experts answer the questions that gnaw at you Demonstrators across the U.S. took to the streets in protest against a grand jury's decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson Thanksgiving is a time when families across the country gather around their dining room tables and reflect on life's many blessings - not least of these being the blessing of family itself.

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  2. Best and Reliable Vacation Packages on African Spice SafariRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | LivePressWorld

    Begin planning your adventure today. Go ahead And start exploring the countries below to see which Kenya Safari Accommodation, Kenya Safari And Beach, Kilimanjarro And Safari and Masaii Mara Kenya Africa which one might be right for you.

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  3. U.S. Ebola Monitors Finding No CasesRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    For three weeks, Dr. John Fankhauser and his family lived in two RVs in a meadow in North Carolina, watching movies, playing cards and huddling around a fire pit - with no other campers around. But their isolation was interrupted each morning by a visit from a public health nurse, who came to ask Fankhauser how he was feeling and to watch him take his temperature.

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  4. 21 countries, 20,000kms in 80 days - Omani biker rides highRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Times of Oman

    Sitting in a corner of the dining hall, Maher Khalid Hamed Al Barwani sank into deep thought. He didn't pay attention to the chattering of his friends in Libya whom he was meeting for the first time.

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  5. James Gray, MP for North Wiltshire - Capsule includes thoughts of this 21st-century MPRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Gazetteandherald.co.uk

    Robert Jenner was the MP for the area around the time of the Civil War, and left money in his will to build a school 'for the teaching only of Latin', and A 20 a year for the schoolmaster's salary. Thanks to some very hard work by local people, especially in recent years, that school still stands, is in pretty good shape, and now provides a lovely community hall.

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  6. South Africa: Africa Is Becoming Increasingly Attractive to RetailersRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com

    African-focused trading firm CFAO Group has created a "club of brands" - a network of international brands - that will target the rising African middle class. The first members of the club are toy seller La Grande Rcr , cosmetics brand L'Occitane en Provence, Beaumanoir's fashion brands Cache Cache and Bonobo, and Kaporal.

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  7. Komaza Plants Sustainble Microforestry in KenyaRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Triple Pundit

    Sometimes, what we don't know can set us free. Visiting a foreign nation - and seeing local people struggle to eke out a living on arid and unforgiving land - can certainly move and inspire a bright young man, who has never heard "all the reasons things cannot change here," to come up with a clever plan that may or may not work.

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  8. The economic miracle that isn'tRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | Le Monde diplomatique

    Household debt in South Africa is now equal to 75% of disposable income, according to a 2013 report by the US investment bank Goldman Sachs on the economic impact of two decades of democracy . Twenty years ago, the figure was 57%.

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  9. SABMiller, Coca-Cola create African bottlerRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Iol.co.za

    London/Johannesburg - SABMiller, The Coca-Cola Company and Gutsche Family Investments are combining their soft drinks bottling operations in South and East Africa to create a group with $2.9 billion in revenue across 12 fast-growing markets. The new company, which will be headquartered in South Africa, will be 57 percent owned by the brewer, 31.7 percent by GFI, which is the majority owner of South Africa-based bottler Coca-Cola Sabco, and 11.3 percent owned by The Coca-Cola Company, the groups said on Thursday.

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  10. South Africa: Human Rights Commission Weighs in On National Minimum WageRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com

    The difference between the highest and lowest income earners is so vast such that estimates from 2012 show that the highest income earners make in a minute what the lowest income earners cannot make in a lifetime, a representative from the South African Human Rights Commission, Mr Paul Sulema, told the Portfolio Committee on Labour in Rustenburg in the North West. The Committee is undertaking public hearings on the viability of the national minimum wage in the country.

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  11. Mr. Frits Van Paasschen Visits EgyptRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | PR Log

    PRLog - Nov. 27, 2014 - ALEX, Egypt -- EGYPT - November 19, 2014 - Poised for recovery in both business and leisure travel, Starwood President and CEO Frits van Paasschen together with the Regional Vice President of Operations, Mr. Hassan Ahdab and the SVP Development, Mr. Neil Georg visited Cairo last week in a 2 day tour to review the upcoming openings and developmental projects of the company. Mr. van Paasschen visited Starwood's newly opened Le Meridien Cairo Airport located in terminal 3 which is attached to Cairo airport building through an interconnecting bridge.

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  12. Free E-book, Children of the Moon, Opens Window To A Forgotten WorldRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | PR Log

    PRLog - Nov. 27, 2014 - NEW YORK -- Johannesburg, South Africa, November 27, 2014 -- author Evadeen Brickwood announces the online release of book 1 in the Remember the Future series. Be enchanted by a fascinating world, forgotten by legend.

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  13. Zuma: SA ready to help in Middle EastRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Iol.co.za

    Israel is defying the world by "undermining" prospects for a two-state solution through its settlements policy, South African President Jacob Zuma said on Wednesday as he welcomed visiting Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas. "The reality is that the overwhelming majority in the world agrees with the position of two states living side by side in peace, but we have a problem of a country that is defying all of that," said Zuma.

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  14. Sierra Leone official: Ebola may have reached peakRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Miami Herald

    The Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone, which has been surging in recent weeks, may have reached its peak and could be on the verge of slowing down, Sierra Leone's information minister said Wednesday. But in a reminder of how serious the situation is in Sierra Leone, a ninth doctor became infected Wednesday and the World Health Organization said the country accounted for more than half of the new cases in the hardest-hit countries in the past week.

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  15. Rwanda: Rwandan Appointed to Head UN Panel on Tech Bank for LDCSRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com

    Former Minister for Education, Romain Murenzi, has been appointed as the chair of UN's High-level Panel to advise on the organisational and operational aspects of the proposed Technology Bank dedicated to the least developed countries . Murenzi is currently the executive director of the World Academy of Sciences in Trieste, Italy, an autonomous international organisation for the advancement of science in developing countries.

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  16. Illuminated Tyne Bridge sign to kick-start Rugby World Cup countdownRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    A huge illuminated sign attached to Newcastle's iconic bridge will be switched on for the first time as part of the New Year celebrations A giant Rugby World Cup sign will appear under the famous green arch when it is switched on for the first time on New Year's Eve. The huge illuminated sign will be seen on primetime TV channels across the globe during coverage of three tournament games in October 2015.

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  17. After 1 month, U.S. Ebola monitors are finding no casesRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Daily Chronicle

    NEW YORK – For three weeks, Dr. John Fankhauser and his family lived in two RVs in a meadow in North Carolina. Their isolation was interrupted each morning by a visit from a public health nurse, who came to ask Fankhauser how he was feeling and to watch him take his temperature.

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  18. Editorial: A holiday far from homeRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | Boston Herald

    Those serving in the U.S. military far from home are always in our thoughts on a day like Thanksgiving when most of us get to enjoy the comfort of hearth and of family. There's no serving of turkey however well prepared in exotic locales from North Korea to Afghanistan and now in West Africa, where our troops are helping in the fight against Ebola, that can make for being so far away.

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  19. One Indian dead of Ebola in LiberiaRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Crofs Blogs

    NEW DELHI: One Indian employed in Liberia has died of Ebola virus infection earlier this year, the government said today. "As per reports available with the government, there has been only one Indian casualty so far.

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  20. Ebola monitors find no cases in a monthRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    For three weeks,John Fankhauser and his family lived in two RVs in a meadow in North Carolina, watching movies, playing cards and huddling around a fire pit - with no other campers around. But their isolation was interrupted each morning by a visit from a public health nurse, who came to ask Dr. Fankhauser how he was feeling and to watch him take his temperature.

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