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on Fri Jun 19 7:05 PM

Latin American Herald Tribune - Facebook Signs Agreement with Bolivian Telecom to Promote Free Internet


U.S. based social networking site Facebook signed an agreement on Thursday with a private telephone company in Bolivia to launch its project, aimed at promoting internet access for people with limited resources.
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on Fri Jun 19 5:31 PM

Obama to Become First US President to Visit Ethiopia


U.S. President Barack Obama will travel to Ethiopia next month, becoming the first sitting American leader to visit the African country and the headquarters of the African Union. The White House said the visit to Addis Ababa will come after a...
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on Fri Jun 19 5:04 PM

India, Tanzania vow to fight terror


New Delhi announced e-visa facility
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Obama to be first sitting U.S. president to visit Ethiopia

Obama to be first sitting U.S. president to visit Ethiopia

CNN | on Fri, Jun 19, 3:31 PM

The White House announced Friday that President Barack Obama with travel to Ethiopia late next month, the first sitting U.S. President to do so.
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on Fri Jun 19 1:55 PM

US President Barack Obama to visit Ethiopia on African tour


Barack Obama is to become the first sitting US president to visit Ethiopia, on the second leg of his third African tour, the White House says.
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on Fri Jun 19 1:03 PM Africa: Coffee Lovers Beware


[The Conversation Africa] Unless climate change can be mitigated, or farmers can find ways to adapt, the future for coffee production looks bleak.
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on Fri Jun 19 11:48 AM

US crushes 'blood ivory' in New York's Times Square | Environment


Symbolic act of destroying 907kg of ivory signals war on poachers slaughtering elephants of Africa and Asia as a worthless actThe US government destroyed more than one US ton (907kg) of “blood ivory” before crowds in New York’s Times Square...
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on Fri Jun 19 11:41 AM

Prince Harry ends decade of army service; targets poachers


LONDON — Prince Harry formally ended his full-time military service in Britain’s army today, wrapping up a career in which he qualified as an Apache helicopter pilot and completed two tours of duty in Afghanistan.
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on Thu Jun 18 2:30 PM

Lalit Modi row: Narendra Modi, Amit Shah discuss damage control measures


Prime Minister Narendra Modi with BJP chief Amit Shah (Photo: PTI/File) New Delhi: Battling a major crisis over Lalitgate revelations, BJP chief Amit Shah discussed with Prime Minister Narendra Modi damage-control measures amid mounting demands...
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on Thu Jun 18 2:00 PM

U.S. to Crush a Ton of Poached Ivory in Times Square


DNA forensics trace the origins of illegal ivory, helping to focus law enforcement efforts -- Read more on
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