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  1. Xenophobic attacks spread across TshwaneRead the original story w/Photo

    10 min ago |

    Businesses belonging to foreign nationals in Pretoria West and Mamelodi were looted on Monday night and Tuesday. This followed an outbreak of violence at the weekend when residents looted and burnt businesses and houses of foreigners.


  2. Tributes to football club secretary after fatal heart attack on holidayRead the original story w/Photo

    37 min ago | This Is Staffordshire

    Tributes have been paid to 'one of the best' football club secretaries within the grass-roots game after he collapsed and died on holiday. Dedicated Brian Wain - who took on the role at Leek Town 14 years ago - suffered a fatal heart attack last Friday while enjoying a break in Abu Dhabi with his grandson.


  3. Mugabe wants rand as currencyRead the original story w/Photo

    38 min ago |

    President Robert Mugabe has hinted that he would prefer the adoption of the rand in Zimbabwe despite the reluctance to adopt the currency from his government. Mugabe, who turned 93 on Tuesday, said in a televised interview to mark his birthday that he had asked Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa and central bank governor John Mangudya to explore use of the rand in Zimbabwe.


  4. Super-sized rugby has plenty to tackle in 2017Read the original story

    46 min ago |

    A new Super Rugby season kicks off this week with bosses pledging to tackle its unwieldy conference structure, exhausting travel schedules and lopsided contests. There will be a first fixture in Samoa in June, meaning the 2017 Super Rugby season will now straddle 17 time zones and four continents.


  5. For IPL franchises, market considerations are as important as talentRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Indian Express

    Just imagine the mayhem had M.S. Dhoni been preferred to a younger peer in the national side and the reason was non-performance and a lack of appeal. The barrage of conspiracy theories would have burst through the ceiling.


  6. 171 more Nigerians voluntarily return from LibyaRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Vanguard

    No fewer than 171 Nigerians voluntarily returned from Libya yesterday aboard a chartered Nouvelair aircraft with registration number TS-1NB. Another batch comprising 161 Nigerians, had earlier on Feb. 14 also voluntarily returned from the North African country where they had been stranded en-route Europe.


  7. Telepresence and Videoconferencing Market - Geographical and Competitive Dynamics, Report OverviewRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | SBWire

    Global Telepresence and Video Conferencing Market: Overview Many small to large businesses use telepresence and video conferencing systems for virtual meetings with customers, employees, or partners located at distant locations. It enables efficient communication among individuals located in different parts of the world, without having to travel physically.


  8. New Zealand vs South Africa - 2nd ODIRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago |

    The ball flies off the outside edge behind backward point for a single. no run, Indecision! Slanted across on a length, Brownlie wants to leave it but ends up playing at it before withdrawing his bat.


  9. Regional Perspectives on US Policy in the Middle EastRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | PressReleasePoint

    As the dust begins to settle after the transition of power in Washington, the spotlight is slowly moving to the administration's policies toward the Middle East and North Africa. With the region already troubled one of President Trump's early executive orders and several phone calls and meetings with regional leaders, many unanswered questions remain about the direction of the relationship with the Middle East.


  10. News 53 mins ago 1:11 p.m.Canada's border sees surge in families, others crossing illegally from USRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | WHAS11

    A family of seven with small children; a woman who was taken to a hospital after falling on ice; a Nigerian man who had to have fingers amputated due to frostbite. These are among a growing number of asylum-seekers and other migrants trekking on snow and ice to cross over the United States border into Canada , according to an attorney and Canadian network CTV.


  11. Inside the Deadly Pirate Corridor Where Migrants Escape to EuropeRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Bloomberg

    Ahmed was 23 when he left his village near Kismayo, on the southern coast of Somalia, because of a grinding lack of work. He travelled for 18 days across the dry Somali scrub, swaying on top of long-distance trucks, until he reached the town of Dolow, just south of the Ethiopian border.


  12. How the North of England became cosmopolitan during the Roman timesRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    At Arbeia fort in South Shields, Barates from Syria erected a tombstone. The base was also home to a unit of Tigris bargemen, originally recruited in what is now Iraq.


  13. Experimental malaria vaccine offers durable protection against many strains in NIH trialRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | EurekAlert!

    An investigational malaria vaccine has protected a small number of healthy U.S. adults from infection with a malaria strain different from that contained in the vaccine, according to a study published today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences . The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases , part of the National Institutes of Health, sponsored and co-conducted the Phase 1 clinical trial.


  14. The virological durability of first-line ART among HIV-positive adult ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | BioMed Central

    Few low-income countries have virological monitoring widely available. We estimated the virological durability of first-line antiretroviral therapy after five years of follow-up among adult Ugandan and Zimbabwean patients in the DART study, in which virological assays were conducted retrospectively.


  15. Satellite Tracking Gives Insight into Basking Shark's BehaviorRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | I4U Future Technology News

    Basking shark is the world's second largest fish after the whale shark. It can grow up to 36 feet and is one of the few sharks that feed on planktons.


  16. Experimental PfSPZ malaria vaccine provides durable protection...Read the original story

    13 hrs ago | National Institutes of Health

    "An effective malaria vaccine will need to protect people living in endemic areas against multiple strains of the mosquito-borne disease." An investigational malaria vaccine has protected a small number of healthy U.S. adults from infection with a malaria strain different from that contained in the vaccine, according to a study published today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences .


  17. Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitionsRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Reuters

    Kraft Heinz's dropped bid to buy Unilever is the third-largest M&A deal to collapse, according to Thomson Reuters data, adding to a recent run of failures that highlights the appetite for the pursuit of audacious mega-mergers. ** Japan's SoftBank Group Corp is prepared to give up control of Sprint Corp to Deutsche Telekom AG's T-Mobile US Inc to clinch a merger of the two U.S. wireless carriers, Reuters reported on Friday.


  18. Bodies of more than 70 migrants wash up on Libya's coastRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | WOI

    The bodies of 74 migrants have been recovered by the Libyan Red Crescent after washing up on the country's northern coast near the city of Zawiya. Circumstances surrounding the incident are unclear but a torn rubber dinghy was reportedly found nearby.


  19. We are not interested in parliament seat- Ugandans in DiasporaRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Daily Monitor

    Ugandans in the United States under their umbrella UNAA Causes have thwarted a proposal by some of their counterparts seeking to have a representative for the diaspora in parliament. In a statement issued Monday by the association's chairperson, Mr. James Serumaga, UNAA Causes members argue that the position is unnecessary as it only serves the selfish interests of those seeking for it and has no overall benefit to any Ugandan abroad or back home.


  20. Resettling refugees in a time of uncertaintyRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | The Martha's Vineyard Times

    It was the dead of winter in 1995 when Makenzie Brookes, a junior in high school then, moved to Martha's Vineyard, and she didn't come without protesting. "I had never been here," Makenzie remembered during a conversation with The Times a few weeks ago.