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  1. Fired up by king, Zulu nationalism confronts modern South AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | The Nation

    Ed Cropley A crowd of stick-wielding supporters at a soccer stadium roared their approval as South Africa's Zulu king, Goodwill Zwelithini, insisted he was not behind a wave of violence against migrant workers he had compared a month before to head lice. His words had been twisted by the media, he said.

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  2. Cannabis Time Capsule, 1908: Teddy Roosevelt Eating Hash in Africa?Read the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Denver Westword

    ... An article in the August 1908 Wray Rattler details the legendary (and still strangely controversial) 1909-1910 Africa expedition Teddy conducted with the Smithsonian. After ending his final term as president in March, he went off a-huntin' in the ...

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  3. South Africa's Zulu king caught up in xenophobia blame gameRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Daily Times

    JOHANNESBURG: In his royal leopardskin regalia, Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini conjures up Hollywood images of his once-feared tribe and the legendary warrior-king Shaka, his direct ancestor. Zwelithini has no official power in modern South Africa, but he still commands loyalty among some 10 million Zulu people, and critics who blame him for an outbreak of xenophobic violence say that his words can kill.

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  4. Zulu Nationalism, Sparked By King, Confronts Modern South AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 20 | Voice of America

    A crowd of stick-wielding supporters at a soccer stadium roared their approval as South Africa's Zulu king, Goodwill Zwelithini, insisted he was not behind a wave of violence against migrant workers he had compared a month before to head lice. His words had been twisted by the media, he said.

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  5. Doping cases cast shadow on Kenya rivalry in London MarathonRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KTVN Reno

    ... first Ebola victim in the U.S. hopes her memoir provides some resolution to a story that spanned two decades, from Africa to a Dallas hospital. The dark days of quarantine are over, yet Louise Troh remains captive to the disease that killed the man ...

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  6. Poland will not allow Russian bikers to enter countryRead the original story

    Yesterday | KAUZ

    ... first Ebola victim in the U.S. hopes her memoir provides some resolution to a story that spanned two decades, from Africa to a Dallas hospital. The dark days of quarantine are over, yet Louise Troh remains captive to the disease that killed the man ...

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  7. EU doubles emergency aid to nations dealing with migrantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KAUZ

    ... first Ebola victim in the U.S. hopes her memoir provides some resolution to a story that spanned two decades, from Africa to a Dallas hospital. The dark days of quarantine are over, yet Louise Troh remains captive to the disease that killed the man ...

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  8. More Read the original story

    Yesterday | KXXV-TV Waco

    ... first Ebola victim in the U.S. hopes her memoir provides some resolution to a story that spanned two decades, from Africa to a Dallas hospital. The dark days of quarantine are over, yet Louise Troh remains captive to the disease that killed the man ...

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  9. Greece bailout deal elusive, 'significant' more work neededRead the original story

    Yesterday | News9 Oklahoma City

    ... first Ebola victim in the U.S. hopes her memoir provides some resolution to a story that spanned two decades, from Africa to a Dallas hospital. The dark days of quarantine are over, yet Louise Troh remains captive to the disease that killed the man ...

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  10. Baltimore police transport under scrutiny after deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WCAX-TV Burlington

    ... first Ebola victim in the U.S. hopes her memoir provides some resolution to a story that spanned two decades, from Africa to a Dallas hospital. The dark days of quarantine are over, yet Louise Troh remains captive to the disease that killed the man ...

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  11. Oprah's household items going to highest bidderRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | NewsOn6 Tulsa

    ... first Ebola victim in the U.S. hopes her memoir provides some resolution to a story that spanned two decades, from Africa to a Dallas hospital. The dark days of quarantine are over, yet Louise Troh remains captive to the disease that killed the man ...

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  12. North Carolina Cherokees challenge Tribal Council pay raisesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WZVN-TV Fort Myers

    ... first Ebola victim in the U.S. hopes her memoir provides some resolution to a story that spanned two decades, from Africa to a Dallas hospital. The dark days of quarantine are over, yet Louise Troh remains captive to the disease that killed the man ...

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  13. Opposition leader accuses Cameron of weakening UK in worldRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KAUZ

    ... first Ebola victim in the U.S. hopes her memoir provides some resolution to a story that spanned two decades, from Africa to a Dallas hospital. The dark days of quarantine are over, yet Louise Troh remains captive to the disease that killed the man ...

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  14. American Airlines beats Street 1Q forecastsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WTHR-TV Indianapolis

    ... first Ebola victim in the U.S. hopes her memoir provides some resolution to a story that spanned two decades, from Africa to a Dallas hospital. The dark days of quarantine are over, yet Louise Troh remains captive to the disease that killed the man ...

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  15. Armenia marks centennial of killing of 1.5 millionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KTEN-TV Denison

    ... first Ebola victim in the U.S. hopes her memoir provides some resolution to a story that spanned two decades, from Africa to a Dallas hospital. The dark days of quarantine are over, yet Louise Troh remains captive to the disease that killed the man ...

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  16. Image of Asia: Mourning dead in Bangladesh factory collapseRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KAUZ

    ... first Ebola victim in the U.S. hopes her memoir provides some resolution to a story that spanned two decades, from Africa to a Dallas hospital. The dark days of quarantine are over, yet Louise Troh remains captive to the disease that killed the man ...

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  17. Stocks mostly up after Nasdaq record, despite no Greece dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KTVN Reno

    ... first Ebola victim in the U.S. hopes her memoir provides some resolution to a story that spanned two decades, from Africa to a Dallas hospital. The dark days of quarantine are over, yet Louise Troh remains captive to the disease that killed the man ...

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  18. Petraeus sentenced to 2 years' probation for military leakRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KXXV-TV Waco

    ... first Ebola victim in the U.S. hopes her memoir provides some resolution to a story that spanned two decades, from Africa to a Dallas hospital. The dark days of quarantine are over, yet Louise Troh remains captive to the disease that killed the man ...

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  19. Kazakhstan votes for continuity while keeping eye on UkraineRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KSWO

    ... first Ebola victim in the U.S. hopes her memoir provides some resolution to a story that spanned two decades, from Africa to a Dallas hospital. The dark days of quarantine are over, yet Louise Troh remains captive to the disease that killed the man ...

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  20. Fired up by king, Zulu nationalism confronts modern South AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Reuters

    A crowd of stick-wielding supporters at a soccer stadium roared their approval as South Africa's Zulu king, Goodwill Zwelithini, insisted he was not behind a wave of violence against migrant workers he had compared a month before to head lice. His words had been twisted by the media, he said.

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