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  1. It wasn't an easy win: TinklerRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago |

    Orlando Pirates responded superbly to the twin threat of travel fatigue and fierce rivalry with a composed display, before their goalkeeper Brighton Mhlongo delivered the coup de grace to claim the 2015 Carling Black Label Cup championship in Johannesburg on Saturday. Mhlongo saved twice during the penalty shoot-out which was required to separate the teams who had scored a goal each during regulation 90-minute play, and Pirates triumphed 4-3 for a fourth title in five editions of an event that is regarded as the annual curtain-raiser to herald the new season in South Africa.


  2. MN.08.03.1984: Propagation & Radio TruthRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Critical Distance BV Weblog

    This is a news edition of the show. The Catholic church is increasing its power in the light of the success of HCJB in Quito Ecuador.


  3. Morocco marks 16th anniversary of king's reignRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Korea Herald

    The Moroccan Embassy commemorated the 16th anniversary of the enthronement of its monarch - King Mohammed VI - with a reception at Lotte Hotel on Thursday. "With pride, Moroccan citizens today commemorate an important anniversary and longstanding tradition of allegiance between our king and people," said Moroccan Ambassador Mohammed Chraibi in a speech.


  4. Madagascar mess-ups keep tourist "paradise" maroonedRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Reuters

    Perched on the muddy bank of a river meandering through rolling green hills, the Lemurs' Park near Madagascar's capital is rated one of the city's top attractions, but you would not know it from the number of visitors. On a Saturday in what is meant to be high season, only a handful of tourists are in the park to catch a glimpse of the furry creatures endemic to the tropical forests of this vast Indian Ocean island.


  5. Kenya: Obama Visit to Kenya Cost Sh8 BillionRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago |

    The recent trip by US president Barack Obama to Kenya and Ethiopia is expected to have cost American taxpayers up to Sh8 billion, according to security experts and the National Taxpayers Union Foundation. Air Force One, the President's plane, costs Sh21 million ", NTUF said in its estimates of the costs incurred by Air Force One alone.


  6. Coronation Street's Antony Cotton heads to Santorini to see the sunsetRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Breathtaking Britain: Lake District named UK's most spectacular landscape to capture on camera... with southern beauty spots snubbed by photographers Caught on camera: Shocking moment half-naked British tourist is filmed sprawled on top of car travelling at 75mph on busy Marbella motorway Thomas Cook tells holidaymakers they WON'T get a refund for their Tunisian holidays... even though its stopped selling them because it's too dangerous Leopard circles car in game reserve and surprises tourists inside by jumping up at the window and attempting to attack them What could possibly go wrong? Passenger carrying handbag with a GUN design on it is stopped by German airport officials Thought paradise was just for honeymooners? Presenter Jamie Theakston has a whale of a time with his family in the dreamy Conrad Maldives resort Now Eurostar and BA hike their prices if you're British: Anger over ... (more)


  7. Migrantsa bid to reach Britain failsRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | The Peninsula

    Calais, France: French police said yesterday that around 300 migrants in Calais attempted to reach Britain via the Channel Tunnel overnight, a significant drop from previous nights after security in Calais was beefed up. On Thursday night, French authorities faced more than 1,000 attempts by migrants camped out in the port of Calais to reach the undersea tunnel.


  8. World Routes Brings Aviation Leaders To Durban, South AfricaRead the original story

    Yesterday | Aero-News Network

    The 21st World Route Development Forum converges in Durban, South Africa during 19 - 22 September, bringing senior leaders from aviation and tourism to address growth issues for an industry that generates nearly 10% of global Gross Domestic Product . Approximately 2,500 delegates from more than 100 countries are expected to attend.


  9. Dubai Chamber registers 8,800 new companies in H1 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 8, 2015 | AME Info

    In the first half of 2014, the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry has registered a substantial growth in its membership base, which the non-profit business facilitator accredits to Dubai's rising profile as a sound business destination and its attractiveness to global investors. Between January and June, a total of 8,830 new companies joined Dubai Chambe which can be attributed to a record number of 335 international delegation visits to the Chamber.


  10. It's Getting Hot In Here: Extreme heatwave expected across IsraelRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Jerusalem Post

    The Israel Nature an Parks Authority is telling people to avoid nature hikes in the coming days, as it closes certain trails due to the heat. Beachgoers watch the Israeli Air Force Aerobatic team rehearse over the Mediterranean Sea in preparation for an aerial display on Israel's Independence Day in Tel Aviv April 20, 2015..


  11. Team World Wins First Ever NBA Africa Exhibition GameRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | CBS Local

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  12. Foreigners chose India for sex-change operationsRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | The Times of India

    British national Sue Pascoe, 54, can never forget her trip to India in March. It was here, in a small clinic in north Delhi, that she was given the body she always craved - of a woman.


  13. Mobile solutions needed for healthcareRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Vanguard

    The utility value of mobile technology is almost second to none. In sub-Sahara Africa, the mobile phone has proven to be an innovative and transformative tool for positive social and economic change, empowering individuals, communities and organizations in a variety of ways.


  14. Arizona has a lot to learn from AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago |

    Arizona State University had a closing ceremony, in downtown Phoenix on July 30, 2015, for 25 Mandela Washington Fellows, who had been visiting Arizona for the past six weeks. Maybe because every day is the same-hot and sunny-- time goes fast in the desert.


  15. Piping Live: bringing music to the people in GlasgowRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    IT'S a tribute to the international status of Piping Live! that the one thing that gives its founder, Roddy MacLeod, cause for nervousness in the run-up to this celebration of the piper's art is the potential for hiccups involving foreign travel. Now in its 12th year, the event, which hosts concerts, recitals, competitions and informal sessions in venues across Glasgow from Cottiers Theatre in Hyndland to Glasgow Green, is well established not just among pipers and piping aficionados but with a general audience which, like the participants, now comes from almost all corners of the world.


  16. Now on NBA TV: Replay of first NBA exhibition game in AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago |

    Team World tops Team Africa 101-97 in an inaugural NBA Africa game highlighted by appearances from legends Hakeem Olajuwon and Dikembe Mutombo. - There was a game scheduled Saturday, a historic and perhaps groundbreaking one, the first involving NBA players in Africa, a continent heavy on promise and light on experience and exposure to basketball.


  17. Nagy: Emails on unsecured computer can risk securityRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

    First, full disclosure: I'm currently giving policy advice about Africa to one of the Republican candidates for this election cycle, so I'm not a disinterested observer. But watching the Hillary Clinton "classified" email saga unfold is ludicrous and beyond irritating, immaterial of political leanings.


  18. NBA's current, former stars put on show in Africa exhibitionRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Daily Camera

    The NBA put on a show in its first exhibition game in Africa on Saturday - starting with a dunk straight from the tip-off by Luc Mbah a Moute. That had the crowd roaring early at Ellis Park Arena in downtown Johannesburg.


  19. NBA in Africa: Visiting Mandelaa s house and planning safarisRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | The Robesonian

    Chris Paul keeps waking up in his hotel at 3 a.m. because of jet-lag and is wiped, though it hasn't stopped him getting out and visiting the house where Nelson Mandela lived. Luol Deng couldn't wait to talk to Pau Gasol about a trip he recommended the Spaniard take to one of South Africa's most beautiful cities.


  20. 11 pro tips for planning your next visit to wine countryRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Greenwich Citizen

    In the past 25 years, wine tourism has exploded and millions of people a year seek out wineries of all types and sizes from Napa Valley to South Africa. Keep reading for some tips on how to get the most out of your next day of wine tourism.