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on Mon Jan 26 9:42 AM

South Sudan Finds Hope in Honey

VOICE OF AMERICA

A harvest of honey from the equatorial forests of South Sudan will help its struggling poor and, through the pollination of bees, improve the nation's crop yields, those involved say. Spring production over the coming weeks is expected to deliver...
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on Mon Jan 26 8:38 AM

Digital storytelling promotes HIV/AIDS education in Africa -- ScienceDaily

SCIENCE DAILY

Children from poor backgrounds and with no previous technological experience are able to use digital storytelling to share their secrets and fears online, shows a recent doctoral thesis. The author has been involved in various projects in southern...
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on Mon Jan 26 5:57 AM

WHITE HOUSE NOTEBOOK: Obama celebrates India's Republic Day

WFLD TV 32

President Barack Obama's experience at India's Republic Day celebration may have felt a little like his two presidential inaugurations.
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on Mon Jan 26 2:00 AM

Why fragile cities hold the key to stability and development | John Vidal | Global development

THE GUARDIAN

City planners who have made some of the world’s most dangerous urban areas safer must share lessons with those where ‘anarchy rules’, says a leading expert Continue reading...
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on Mon Jan 26 2:00 AM

Why fragile cities hold the key to stability and development | John Vidal | Global development

THE GUARDIAN

City planners who have made some of the world’s most dangerous urban areas safer must share lessons with those where ‘anarchy rules’, says a leading expert Continue reading...
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on Mon Jan 26 1:00 AM

American Sniper illustrates the west’s morality blind spots | Gary Younge | Comment is free

THE GUARDIAN

From Guantánamo Bay to King Abdullah, beneath our talk of defending civilised values lies a deep hypocrisySay what you like about the film American Sniper, and people have, you have to admire its clarity. It’s about killing. There is no moral...
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on Sun Jan 25 6:01 PM

Africa's quiet solar revolution - CSMonitor.com

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR

The continent skipped land lines for mobile phones. Now a new generation of start-ups is trying to bring sun power to rural Africa – and leapfrog the fossil fuel era. 
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on Sun Jan 25 1:20 PM

Gwynne Lewis obituary | Education

THE GUARDIAN

Historian whose books on the French Revolution emphasised social tensions as the root cause of the uprising Continue reading...
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on Sun Jan 25 10:39 AM

America’s new golden age of black ops: Inside our secret global war abroad

SALON

The U.S. has already launched missions in 105 countries in 2015 -- approximately 80 percent of 2014's total
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on Sat Jan 24 5:04 AM

CAF Change Afcon Qualifying Format

ALL AFRICA

[The Herald]ZIMBABWE'S Warriors, once again conspicuous by their absence from the ongoing African Cup of Nations showpiece, will now focus on the 2017 tournament for which they will know the identity of their opponents next month when they go into...
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