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on Tue Jan 6 12:16 PM

BBC News - South African church welcomes Zulu Bible translation funds


South Africa's Catholic Church welcomes a $40,000 donation from the president to help translate the Bible directly from Hebrew and Greek into isiZulu.
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on Tue Jan 6 12:00 PM

Report: General warns that drone crews are overstretched


The head of Air Combat Command recently warned the Air Force Chief of Staff that troops who conduct unmanned air operations are overstretched and can’t meet the Pentagon’s growing demand for drones indefinitely, according to a report this week.
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on Tue Jan 6 11:10 AM

Why more isn't being done to address the global refugee crisis


Amidst the holiday travel and festivities of recent weeks, it was an easy thing to overlook: But among the litany of woes facing the world, one of the most intractable global issues took a troubling turn for the worse.More than a thousand...
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on Tue Jan 6 8:28 AM

Why can't Uefa muster a better threat to Fifa president Sepp Blatter than supporting a Jordanian prince?


Paul Hayward: If great powers of Europe really want to depose Fifa president why are they hiding behind a Jordanian prince?
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on Tue Jan 6 7:40 AM

Nigerian Multi-Millionaire Oil Tycoon Igho Sanomi To Build Giant African Oil Storage Terminal


Taleveras Group, an oil trading firm owned by Igho Sanomi, a 39 year-old Nigerian businessman, has signed an agreement with the Ministry of Mines, Industry and Energy of Equatorial Guinea, to construct a 1.2 million cubic meters oil storage...
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on Tue Jan 6 7:37 AM

J&J, Bavarian Nordic start clinical tests in Ebola vaccine race | Reuters


LONDON (Reuters) - Johnson & Johnson has started clinical trials of its experimental Ebola vaccine, which uses a booster from Denmark's Bavarian Nordic, making it the third such shot to enter human testing.
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on Tue Jan 6 6:12 AM

Microsoft Nokia 215 Phone Battery Lasts A Month


There's a new mobile phone with a battery life that lasts for a month: Microsoft's Nokia 215, CNET reports. It costs just £19, and goes on sale in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia in the first few months of 2015. The Nokia 215 is a...
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on Tue Jan 6 5:19 AM

Only in Marseille: where ultras rule and temptation is never far away | Football


Marseille is home to France’s wildest club, one that has lived on the cusp, where fans call the shots and El Loco attempts to maintain order on the pitch• Originally published in Eight By Eight magazineAt any other stadium in the world, is...
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on Tue Jan 6 3:52 AM Tunisia: Blogger Convicted By Military Court


[HRW]Tunis -A Tunisian blogger has been imprisoned after the Tunis military court sentenced him to a three-year term for "defaming the army" and "insulting military high command" through Facebook posts.
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on Wed Dec 31 5:00 PM

Clinical Presentation of Patients with Ebola Virus Disease in Conakry, Guinea


New England Journal of Medicine, Volume 372, Issue 1, Page 40-47, January 2015.
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