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Victoria Salinas was recently named Oakland, California's first Chief Resilience Officer , a position popping up in municipalities throughout the world.
ContourGlobal, an international power generation company, announced that it has signed an agreement with the Senegalese national utility, Societe Nationale d'Electricite du Senegal , to rehabilitate an existing brownfield site and construct a new 53 MW thermal facility under a 20-year Power Purchase Agreement .
After a few months, I'm returning to my photos of Senegal. This time I'm posting a photo of a really impressive place, not far from Kedougou, Eastern Senegal, where we can find many people digging and looking for gold, trying hard to improve their living conditions.
A Liberian woman holds up a pamphlet with guidance on how to prevent the Ebola virus from spreading, in the city of Monrovia, Liberia, Thursday, Aug. 14, 2014.
Economists say the new investment opportunity hotspots in Africa are cities in Ethiopia, Sudan, Burkina Faso and Cote d'Ivoire.
Captain Ronald Johnson of the Missouri State Highway Patrol talks with protesters in Ferguson, Missouri, after being put in charge of security there.
Sierra Leone government burial team members wearing protective clothing with the coffin of Dr Modupeh Cole, Sierra Leone's second senior physician to die of Ebola, at the Doctors Without Borders facility in Kailahun on Aug. 14. Kailahun along with Kenama district is at the epicenter of the world's worst Ebola outbreak.
As African medics die of Ebola, debate over drugs Doctors treating physician who is sick with Ebola considered giving him experimental drug Check out this story on jacksonsun.com: http://www.jacksonsun.com/story/news/2014/08/13/african-medics-die-ebola-debate-drugs/14005915/ In this photo taken on Tuesday, Aug. 12, 2014, Guinea soldiers stand ... (more)
A United Nations report predicts a baby boom in Africa. Here, a woman carries her child in Nigeria's Kaduna State.
The U.N. health agency said in a news release Monday that 1,013 people have died in the outbreak, which has hit Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone and possibly Nigeria.
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