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3 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au

Dad claims 'kingdom' for daughter

A DAD trekked to a remote desert region of Africa to claim a disputed stretch of land so that his daughter she could be a real princess.

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8 hrs ago | Al Bawaba

The best is yet to come: Etihad airways to launch 6 new routes in the first half of 2015

The airline will also operate four flights a week to the world-class tourism and economic hub, Hong Kong, and three flights a week to Algeria's vibrant capital and largest city, Algiers.

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13 hrs ago | Korea Herald

BRICS group set to launch bank, tighten Latin America ties

The BRICS group of emerging powers will launch its own development bank at a summit this week, using its growing influence to establish a counterweight to Western-dominated financial organizations.

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17 hrs ago | Nerve News

Bid to boost Indian business in Ethiopia

Addis Ababa, July 13 - In a bid to boost Indian business in Ethiopia, a country recording strong economic growth, making rapid strides in eradicating poverty and becoming self-sufficient in food, a delegation from the Confederation of Indian Industry will visit Addis Ababa July 14-15 to discuss multi-sector projects.

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Sat Jul 12, 2014

Daily Monitor

Rubbing shoulders with danger

Many years ago, we set out for a safari in the Kenyan side of Mount Elgon National Park.

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Chron

Harris County has first case of mosquito-borne Chikungunya virus

Texas health officials confirmed the first case of chikungunya , a disease spread by mosquitoes, in the Lone Star State.

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MBendi

Swaziland's Manzini-Mbadlane highway to be improved, US$47 million AfDB loan

The Board of Executive Directors of the African Development Bank Group has approved a project for Swaziland for the amount of UA 30 million to improve the standard and quality of the road linking Manzini to Mbadlane in the area of Manzini in Swaziland.

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MBendi

Siteki Hotel

Siteki Hotel is one of the oldest hotels in the Kingdom of eSwatini, and proudly owned by a local entrepreneur Mr. Keith Bhutana Sigwane.

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Fri Jul 11, 2014

Infection Control Today

Ebola Virus Disease in West Africa: 888 Cases, 539 Deaths

The World Health Organization continues to monitor the evolution of the Ebola virus disease outbreak in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.

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Lansing State Journal

MSU prof Carl Eicher worked to end hunger in Africa

Carl Eicher's lifelong challenge was working within Africa to help create home-grown systems of ending hunger.

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The Virginian-Pilot

Virginia man claims kingdom to call his daughter a princess

Jeremiah Heaton and his seven-year-old daughter, Emily, show off a flag on July 2, 2014, at their home in Abingdon that their family designed as they try to claim a piece of land in the Eastern African region of Bir Tawil.

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Nippertown!

LIVE: Mokoomba @ Music Haven at Central Park, 6/29/14

With Mona Golub at the helm, the slogan for the Music Haven Concert Series is, "Traveling the world one concert at a time," and the series kicked off its 25th anniversary season last month in Africa.

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Skift

South African Immigration Rules Target Child Trafficking, But Hit Family Travel Too

South Africa is to introduce new rules that will significantly increase paperwork requirements for those travelling to and from the country with children.

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Chronicle Live

Generous youngsters need new strips after donating old ones to Africa

So, to help raise the much-needed funds, Stakeford Juniors, in Northumberland , have joined the Chronicle's Wish Junior Football campaign.

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Reuters

Putin begins Latin American tour amid Ukraine crisis

Russian President Vladimir Putin begins a six-day tour of Latin America on Friday, seeking greater influence in the backyard of the United States while under pressure from the West to help restrain pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine.

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BBC News

Putin begins Americas visit in Cuba

Russian President Vladimir Putin is beginning a visit to Latin America, in an apparent bid to seek allies to counter US and Western influence.

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Iol.co.za

'Ramphele raised R30m for AgangSA'

"Mamphela Ramphele put an enormous amount into founding this movement. She travelled the length and breadth of South Africa to establish support for a new party, and raised R30 million in cash donations based purely on her own good name," said outgoing spokesman Philip Machanik.

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Iol.co.za

All roads must lead to Africa

The perception is that Africa is poverty-stricken, but that is not strictly so, and tourists should head our way, writes Danny Bryer.

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Thu Jul 10, 2014

Mail & Guardian

Forget gastronomy and gumboots, we are here to work

To serve the people of South Africa is why parlementarians are here - not for gumboots, overalls, sandwiches and theatrics, says Moloto Mothapo.

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Customer Interaction Solutions

Bombardier Strengthens Commercial Aircraft Networks in Middle East,...

Bombardier Aerospace announced that it continues to expand its worldwide local response networks with the opening of a new Regional Support Office in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

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