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on Thu Oct 30 2:00 AM

How insects could feed the world | Emily Anthes | News

THE GUARDIAN

Is eating bugs the solution to feeding the worlds growing population of human beings and livestock? Emily Anthes chews on locusts, beetles, mealworms and more as she tries to find outAt first, my meal seems familiar, like countless other dishes...
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on Thu Oct 30 1:09 AM

allAfrica.com: Uganda's Tough Land Questions

ALL AFRICA

[Independent (Kampala)]Leaders need to champion radical reforms not play politics to please voters
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on Wed Oct 29 4:00 PM

Ebola fears ripple across continent to hurt east African tourism | Reuters

REUTERS

NAIROBI (Reuters) - East Africa's Serengeti and Maasai Mara safari parks are as far if not further from the Ebola outbreak in the west of the continent than much of Europe which supplies the tourists, but you'd hardly guess that from the slump in...
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Internet.org App Brings Free Facebook, Wikipedia, BBC, Local Info Access To Tanzania

Internet.org App Brings Free Facebook, Wikipedia, BBC, Local Info Access To Tanzania

TECHCRUNCH | on Wed, Oct 29, 12:14 PM

 The cost of data access is one of the top obstacles to the developing world getting on the web, so today Internet.org gave free data access to basic web services and local resources to Tanzania with the release of its Internet.org app...
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on Wed Oct 29 3:53 AM

Mugabe Backs Wife's Mujuru Allegations, Warns Deputy

ALL AFRICA

[New Zimbabwe]President Robert Mugabe on Tuesday effectively backed allegations by his wife that Joice Mujuru was plotting to force him out of power because he is too old and told his impatient lieutenant that "handina kwandinoenda" (I'm not going...
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on Wed Oct 29 2:09 AM

allAfrica.com: East Africa: Uganda Has Widest Gender Gap in East Africa

ALL AFRICA

[Observer]Uganda is the least gender-equal society in East Africa, the 2014 Global Gender Gap Index has revealed.
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on Tue Oct 28 5:16 PM

Human ancestor Lucy celebrates 40th anniversary

SCIENCENEWS.ORG

Paleoanthropologist Donald Johanson recalls the discovery 40 years ago of the human ancestor known as Lucy.
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on Tue Oct 28 10:13 AM

Urgent need to address instability of world's power supplies -- ScienceDaily

SCIENCE DAILY

A new study reveals the urgent need to address instabilities in the supply of electrical power to counteract an increase in the frequency and severity of urban power outages.
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on Tue Oct 28 8:08 AM

allAfrica.com: East Africa: Manoeuvering At the Margins of an EPA Deadlock

ALL AFRICA

[The Trade Beat]When the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) group of states and the European Union (EU) signed the Cotonou Partnership Agreement on 23 June 2000, both parties affirmed their commitment to work together towards the achievement of...
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on Tue Oct 28 2:00 AM

Why would someone steal the world’s rarest water lily? | Sam Knight | News

THE GUARDIAN

In January, an endangered plant was taken from Kew Gardens only a few years after scientists saved it from extinction. Sam Knight investigates what happens when plant obsession turns criminal. The Princess of Wales Conservatory is what staff at...
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