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  1. Media Personality Isio Wanogho Shows Off Bangin' Bikini Bod In Zanzibar-Tanzania - PHOTORead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Ghanamma.com

    Beautiful model and media personality took to her IG page to share this photo of herself in a lovely looking bikini outfit and we think her bod is alluring. The interior decorator is presently enjoying a vacay in Zanzibar and revealed she shared the photo right after getting done with Yoga.

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  2. Tanzanian opposition chief charged with organising prot...Read the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | The Peninsula

    Dar es Salaam--A top Tanzanian opposition party leader was charged Wednesday with holding political rallies without a permit, prompting fellow lawmakers to storm out of parliament in protest. Ibrahim Lipumba, chairman of the opposition Civic United Front , pleaded not guilty in a court in Dar es Salaam, a day after he and some 30 supporters were arrested.

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  3. It's Been A Hard 12-Step Road For Zanzibar's Heroin AddictsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | New Hampshire Public Radio -

    Could a 12-step program, with its Christian roots, help addicts recover on a conservative Muslim island in the Indian Ocean? Suleiman Mauly was desperate to find out. He'd been using heroin in his native Zanzibar since age 17. The island nation is a key stop for heroin smuggled from Pakistan and Afghanistan to Europe.

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  4. It's Been A Hard Road To 12-Step For Zanzibar's Heroin AddictsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | WNED

    Could a 12-step program, with its Christian roots, help addicts recover in a conservative Muslim island in the Indian Ocean? Suleiman Mauly was desperate to find out. He'd been using heroin in his native Zanzibar since age 17. The island nation is a key stop for heroin smuggled from Pakistan and Afghanistan to Europe.

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  5. How a global ivory mafia is killing Africa's elephantsRead the original story

    Monday Jan 26 | The Nation

    Shortly before 11am on the last Saturday in May, a heavily laden white Mitsubishi truck pulled into the Fuji Motors East Africa car dealership in an industrial neighbourhood on the northern edge of Mombasa. The truck's cargo was not "household equipment" as declared, but 228 elephant tusks and 74 ivory pieces weighing a total of 2,152 kilograms.

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  6. Tanzania: Zanzibar, Malaysia to Share Economical ExperienceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 26 | AllAfrica.com

    ZANZIBAR President, Dr Ali Mohamed Shein, says the Isles economic future is promising, vowing that workable reforms aiming at improving the economy have to continue. Dr Shein made the statement at State House where leaders including Vice Presidents: Maalim Seif Sharif Hamad and Ambassador Seif Ali Iddi, ministers, Deputy Ministers, Principal Secretaries, and other executives met to discuss best economic transformation for Zanzibar.

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  7. How the ivory mafia is driving Africa's elephants to extinctionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 25 | South China Morning Post

    International gangs - some run by Chinese - control a US$188m trade with a shadowy supply chain that funnels products to Asian markets Shortly before 11am on the last Saturday in May last year, a heavily laden white Mitsubishi truck pulled into the Fuji Motors East Africa car dealership in an industrial neighbourhood on the northern edge of Mombasa. The truck's cargo was not "household equipment" as declared, but 228 elephant tusks and 74 ivory pieces weighing a total of 2,152kg.

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  8. How criminal gangs are killing Africa's elephantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 25 | New Vision

    SHORTLY before 11 am on the last Saturday in May, a heavily laden white Mitsubishi truck pulled into the Fuji Motors East Africa car dealership in an industrial neighbourhood on the northern edge of Mombasa. The truck's cargo was not "household equipment" as declared, but 228 elephant tusks and 74 ivory pieces weighing a total of 2,152 kilograms .

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  9. Africa in pictures: 16-22 January 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | BBC News

    Men on camels cross the waters of Lake Chad as a woman washes clothes in Ngouboua on Monday. Refugees fleeing attacks by Boko Haram in Nigeria have been crossing into Chad.

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  10. Teachers call off strike, give ultimatumRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | New Vision

    Teachers under their umbrella body, Uganda National Teachers Union , have suspended their industrial action, just a day after announcing it, paving way for the first term to open as scheduled on February 2. In a meeting on Wednesday, the teachers had resolved to lay down their tools over government's failure to remit the shs10b earlier pledged by President Museveni to reinforce the financial clout of teachers' savings groups. In 2011, Museveni had pledged to give teachers sh25b to be remitted in five instalments of sh5b each over five financials years.

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  11. Teachers call off strikeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | New Vision

    TEACHERS under their umbrella body, Uganda National Teachers Union , have suspended their industrial action, just a day after announcing it, paving way for the first term to open as scheduled on February 02. In a meeting on Wednesday, the teachers had resolved to lay down their tools over government's failure to remit the shs10b earlier pledged by President Museveni to reinforce the financial clout of teachers' savings groups. In 2011, Museveni had pledged to give teachers sh25b to be remitted in five instalments of sh5b each over five financials years.

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  12. Tanzania: How Fruits, Plants and Spices Enrich ZanzibarRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | AllAfrica.com

    These photographs , taken at the Kizimbani Spice Farm,demonstrate the biological diversity of Zanzibar's renowned tropical treasures and describe how they benefit people there. The Tanzanian island of Zanzibar, known locally as Unguja, has been a central trading place for spice as well as for ivory, gold and slaves in the past.

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  13. Muscat Festival 2015: Tanzanian painter recreates the beauty of ZanzibarRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Times of Oman

    They hail from the United Republic of Tanzania, but their works are as diverse as their country that comprises numerous ethnic, linguistic and religious groups. Fred Halla uses acrylic and canvas to send strong messages to the authorities to improve civic amenities, Salim Muchin recreates the beauty of Zanzibar, while Moosa Suleiman loves to depict the vibrant and striking appearance of animal kingdom.

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  14. Animals in the NewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | WTOP-FM Washington

    An Aldabra giant tortoise feeds on vegetables at a conservation compound on Changuu Island, northwest of Zanzibar, Tanzania, on Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2015. The endangered species, some of which live longer than 100 years old, continues to be brought to the island for protection from theft and better breeding.

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  15. DIP: Guess we know who had too much coffeeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | SFGate

    ... an Aldabra giant tortoise with a Go-Pro camera at a conservation compound on Changuu Island, northwest of Zanzibar, Tanzania. CAN'T-FAIL BUSINESS MODEL: Vstone Ltd. CEO Nobuo Yamato, Associate Professor Yuuichiro Yoshikawa and Professor Hiroshi ...

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  16. Tanzania: Former Santa Ana Zoo director to lead safari tourRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Los Angeles Times

    Every year hundreds of thousands of wildebeests and zebras traverse Tanzania's Serengeti in what is known as the great migration. Every year hundreds of thousands of wildebeests and zebras traverse Tanzania's Serengeti in what is known as the great migration.

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  17. Tanzania: Women Earn a Living Amid Environmental DegradationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | AllAfrica.com

    WOMEN have made vast progress in development activities including farming and fishing. However, they still get lower pay compared to men.

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  18. Tanzania: Tanzania-Zambia Rail Link Re-OpensRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 20 | AllAfrica.com

    A key railway link connecting Zambia to Tanzania's ports resumed operations Tuesday after a Tanzanian court on Friday ordered striking railway employees back to work, AFP reported. TAZARA's management has promised to pay the workers by Wednesday, said Tanzania Railway Workers' Union branch chairperson Theresia Mahagatila, Tanzania's Daily News reported.

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  19. South Sudan's SPLM factions due to sign agreement in TanzaniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 20 | In-depth Africa

    January 20, 2015 South Sudan's rival factions of the ruling Sudan People's Liberation Movement are due to sign an agreement in the Tanzanian town of Arusha on Wednesday, the country's foreign ministry has announced.

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  20. The Smack Track: Heroin Smuggling Is Undermining African CountriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 18 | Watersblogged

    EXPERTS are calling it the African "Smack Track": a circuitous route to smuggle heroin from Afghanistan to Europe, passing through East Africa. Two drug busts in November, netting 712kg of the stuff, closed a record year for heroin seizures off the coast of Kenya.

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