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on Tue May 12 6:00 PM

What's in a name? For Zimbabweans, it's 'Obvious'

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR

When it comes to naming traditions, Zimbabweans are inspired by tradition, superstition — and baby soft skin?
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on Tue May 12 5:08 PM

Another Busy Day for Bill Clinton, the Noncampaigning Campaigner - First Draft. Political News, Now.

NEW YORK TIMES

Bill Clinton may not be officially campaigning for his wife in the early stages of her 2016 presidential campaign, but his appearance Tuesday suggested that he cannot resist pushing her cause.
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on Tue May 12 4:22 PM

FLY BY NIGHT Original Off-Broadway Cast Recording Set for June Release

BROADWAY WORLD

After a run in Spring 2014 at Playwrights Horizons Artistic Director, Tim Sanford Managing Director, Leslie Marcus, the critically acclaimed score of FLY BY NIGHT A NEW MUSICAL has been recorded, produced and mixed by Emmy Award winner and Grammy...
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on Tue May 12 2:35 PM

These Two VIN Digits Reveal Model Year and Country in Seconds

JALOPNIK

Most of us know there’s a wealth of information contained in Vehicle Identification Numbers, or VINs. They’re standard not only on passenger cars, but motorcycles, commercial trucks, even trailers. With access to the internet, a vehicle’s...
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on Tue May 12 1:31 PM

Why so many children are fighting in Yemen's civil war - Middle East

STARS AND STRIPES

Hundreds and possibly thousands of boys are fighting in Yemen's conflict, according to rights groups and aid workers. Many are between the ages of 13 and 16, the groups say.
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on Tue May 12 1:18 PM

French President Makes Rare Visit to Haiti

VOICE OF AMERICA

Francois Hollande on Tuesday became only the second sitting president of France to ever visit the once prized possession of Haiti, where bountiful resources and brutal plantation slavery made it the European nation's most profitable colony some...
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on Tue May 12 12:14 PM

Female police officer stoned and dragged through the streets of Burundian capital

THE TELEGRAPH

Violent clashes between police and people demonstrating against president, as regional leaders and senior US diplomat meet in Tanzania to press for end to crisis
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on Tue May 12 11:07 AM

Lines harden ahead of trade vote

THE HILL

McConnell is not bending on demands to pair fast-track with other measures.
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on Tue May 12 10:59 AM

Chairperson's Statement On South Sudan

ALL AFRICA

[African Union] The situation in South Sudan remains extremely fragile and volatile. In the last three weeks, sustained fighting between the Government of South Sudan and the SPLM (in opposition) has been taking place in the greater Upper Nile...
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on Tue May 12 5:01 AM

allAfrica.com: Liberia: President Sirleaf Officially Receives the WHO Ebola-Free Declaration

ALL AFRICA

[Liberia Govt] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf says though the country has been declared Ebola free by the World Health Organization (WHO), the challenge now in this fight is working with the two other worse affected countries - Sierra Leone and...
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