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on Sat Nov 1 1:38 AM

New PACAF commander seeks China air safety dialogue - Pacific

STARS AND STRIPES

Gen. Lori Robinson says she's hoping to continue talks with China on avoiding dangerous encounters in the air that have added to regional tensions.
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on Sat Nov 1 1:00 AM

How North Korea is tackling Ebola | World news

THE GUARDIAN

A series of photographs released by state media shows that the regime is taking the threat of disease very seriously indeed Continue reading...
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on Sat Nov 1 1:00 AM

How North Korea is tackling Ebola | World news

THE GUARDIAN

A series of photographs released by state media shows that the regime is taking the threat of disease very seriously indeed Continue reading...
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on Sat Nov 1 12:48 AM

What next for Burkina Faso? - Africa

AL JAZEERA

Al Jazeera asks what the near future will bring for West African country after President Blaise Campoare resigned.
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on Sat Nov 1 12:00 AM

PLAYBILL VAULT'S Today in Theatre History: NOVEMBER 1

PLAYBILL

1920 Opening night for Eugene O'Neill's The Emperor Jones, starring Charles S. Gilpin as a onetime railway porter who goes to Africa and rises to become the corrupt head of a new empire there. It runs 204 performances – first at the...
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on Fri Oct 31 10:22 PM

Alarmed by Ebola, Public Isn’t Calmed by ‘Experts Say’

THE NEW YORK TIMES

Shifting guidelines on how to handle Ebola, combined with a mistrust of elites, have fed the public’s mistrust of assurances by government officials and scientists.
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on Fri Oct 31 10:15 PM

Ebola Outbreak Highlights Struggle for Science in Africa and Inequalities in Global Health Research | Tamer Fouad, MD

HUFFINGTON POST

As authorities scramble to contain the spread of Ebola, it helps to take a step back and examine why the science has not kept pace. Despite some promising advances in immunotherapy, there remains a great deal we haven't learned about the virus. In...
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on Fri Oct 31 9:01 PM

Better Staffing Seen as Crucial to Ebola Treatment in Africa

THE NEW YORK TIMES

Doctors say that better systems for treating fluid loss, routine in the United States, could also help patients in West Africa.
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on Fri Oct 31 8:29 PM

Burkina Faso’s President Resigns, and General Takes Reins

THE NEW YORK TIMES

President Blaise Compaoré quit as violent protests against his 27-year reign in the West African nation showed no signs of winding down.
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on Thu Oct 30 8:00 AM

You're Going To Really Have To Want To Get To St. Helena

HUFFINGTON POST

If you're looking to get away -- and we mean really away -- from a fast-paced life, you probably should head on down to St. Helena. You may have heard of it thanks to 10th grade history when you learned that Napoleon was exiled there, but you may...
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