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on Fri Jul 18 10:05 PM

A United States of Africa? Not Yet

WALL STREET JOURNAL ASIA

An August summit in Washington of a poor and divided continent's leaders aims to take some modest steps toward an old dream.
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on Fri Jul 18 11:03 AM

Animal "Protection" Groups Doing Little to Protect African Elephants

ALL AFRICA

[PR Newswire]Washington -New SCI Report Shows Animal Rights Hypocrites Stiff Elephants, African Communities
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on Fri Jul 18 12:00 AM

Lawyer Says U.S. Is Mishandling Case of Terrorism Suspect in 1998 Bombings

NEW YORK TIMES

The lawyer said prosecutors were rushing the trial of Nazih Abdul-Hamed al-Ruqai by opposing its severance from that of a co-defendant.
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on Thu Jul 17 6:01 PM
on Thu Jul 17 4:27 PM

Romanian cave holds some of the oldest human footprints

SCIENCENEWS.ORG

A group of Homo sapiens left footprints about 36,500 years ago, not 15,000 as scientists had thought.
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on Thu Jul 17 7:27 AM

Ex-CEO of Tanzania ports faces fraud charges over bloated Chinese contract

ALL AFRICA

[AlertNet]Dar es Salaam -The former head of Tanzania Ports Authority and his deputy were charged on Monday with fraudulently awarding a bloated contract worth more than $523 million to a Chinese company to expand the city's main port.
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China-Africa relations hurt by bad Chinese behaviour, says ambassador | World news

China-Africa relations hurt by bad Chinese behaviour, says ambassador | World news

THE GUARDIAN | on Thu, Jul 17, 6:06 AM

Lu Xinsheng says ivory smuggling and selling counterfeit goods hurts Chinese reputation in African countries Continue reading...
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on Thu Jul 17 6:06 AM

China-Africa relations hurt by bad Chinese behaviour, says ambassador | World news

THE GUARDIAN

Lu Xinsheng says ivory smuggling and selling counterfeit goods hurts Chinese reputation in African countries Continue reading...
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on Wed Jul 16 5:00 PM

Chikungunya at the Door — Déjà Vu All Over Again?

NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE

New England Journal of Medicine, Volume 0, Issue 0, Ahead of Print.
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on Wed Jul 16 2:01 PM

Why Freshwater Dolphins Are Some of the World’s Most Endangered Mammals | Science

SMITHSONIAN

In Pakistan, dams and drainage has reduced the endangered Indus River dolphin’s range by 80 percent
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