Africa, Mali Travel Newswire (Page 3)

Africa, Mali Travel Newswire (Page 3)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Africa, Mali Travel. (Page 3)

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  1. 2017 AFCON: Ghana star winger Christian Atsu suffers injury ahead of Rwanda qualifierRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | GhanaSoccerNet.com

    Ghana key player Christian Atsu is struggling to be fit for Saturday's 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Rwanda after being forced off from Tuesday's friendly win over Congo. The England-based player was taken off in the second half of the match that the Black Stars won 3-2 in Brazzaville as they prepared for the game with Rwanda in Kigali.

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  2. Cheapening, Devaluing, and Diluting CitizenshipRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | American Thinker

    Yusef is a five-year-old United States citizen. His parents aren't U.S. citizens.

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  3. USA World Cup SqaudRead the original story

    Yesterday | RuggaWorld

    USA head coach Mike Tolkin has named his 31-man squad for the World Cup, with Chris Wyles named as captain for the upcoming tournament. Wyles will lead 20 World Cup debutants in Pool B matches against Japan, Samoa, Scotland, and South Africa at Kingsholm, Brighton Community Stadium, Elland Road, and Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, respectively.

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  4. Uber teams up with KiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Iol.co.za

    Uber Technologies is negotiating cheaper deals for new vehicles with Kia Motors to boost its number of drivers fivefold in the Nigerian city of Lagos, Africa's biggest, to 3 000 by the end of next year. The US car-booking company has signed agreements with the South Korean carmaker and Lagos-based Access Bank to reduce the down-payment required for new vehicles to 95 000 naira from almost 200 000 naira, with the balance payable over four years, Alon Lits, Uber's general manager for sub-Saharan Africa, said in an interview in Lagos.

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  5. Why al-Bashir's visit to the UN presents the US with a diplomatic challengeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Mail & Guardian

    Omar al-Bashir's planned trip to New York to address a summit at the UN General Assembly involves considerable reputational risk for the US. Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir's planned visit to the United Nations in New York this month presents US President Barack Obama's government with a potentially embarrassing diplomatic challenge.

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  6. Health leaders to deliver presentations at Health Connect South 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Medical News

    Health Connect South, a non-profit organization serving the health community as a sustainable platform for regional health collaborations, will convene top innovators, decision makers and leaders from throughout the Southeast to speak at its second annual health leadership event on Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2015 at the Georgia Aquarium.

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  7. Rainfall outlook not promisingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Namibian

    THE regional councillors and governors should periodically hold town hall meetings and then brief the executive. The responses from the President and ministers are quite generic.

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  8. Redding college student presumed deadRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Connecticut Post

    Nicholas Upton, of Redding, is a junior at George Washington University. He went missing while swimming in South Africa on Sunday.

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  9. Military Training as Foreign InfluenceRead the original story

    Yesterday | Dissident Voice

    Unlike the US or France, Canada is not a leading military force in Africa. But Ottawa exerts influence through a variety of means including training initiatives.

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  10. Europe in disarray over migrantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | BBC News

    For much of the past five years, Europe has been on edge; the crisis in the eurozone was seen as threatening the entire European project. In Europe, the largest numbers of refugees is on the move since the aftermath of World War Two.

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  11. CITA: Melissa McCarthy Buys Skirt Right off Saleswoman in BostonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | People

    Melissa McCarthy is a woman who knows what she likes. The actress, who is currently in Boston wrapping up filming on the Ghostbusters reboot, was so taken with a skirt she saw on a saleswoman at Boston's SoWa Open Market last week, she bought it right off the designer - literally! Dr. Shalair Armstrong, a Boston chiropractor who designs Diaspora Africa, a line of African-inspired womenswear with materials directly sourced from West Africa, was manning her booth at the popular weekend market in Boston's SoWa neighborhood when McCarthy popped by and started raving about the skirt Armstrong was wearing.

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  12. Changing life in the comfort zoneRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | BBC News

    The cartoon character Linus van Pelt from the Peanuts comic strip has a comfort blanket, and so do lots of children. I have been out and about, travelling, and watching other travellers recently.

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  13. WHO Director-General addresses Institute of Medicine Ebola workshopRead the original story

    Tuesday | World Health Organization

    Presentation at the Institute of Medicine workshop on global governance for health: WHO views 18 months after the outbreak was reported London, United Kingdom I thank the Institute of Medicine for organizing this workshop and bringing together so many well-known experts representing such a wide range of disciplines. Together, we need to explore every avenue for upgrading the world's outbreak preparedness and response capacities.

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  14. Missing Redding college student presumed deadRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Greenwich Citizen

    Nicholas Upton, of Redding, is a junior at George Washington University. He went missing while swimming in South Africa on Sunday.

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  15. Fruitless search for UCT student at seaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Iol.co.za

    THE search for Nicholas Upton, the American student who went missing in the surf while swimming at a lodge south of Coffee Bay, entered its second day yesterday. The 19-year-old UCT undergraduate is feared to have drowned after he got into difficulty in the spring tide.

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  16. Redding Family Traveling To South Africa After Search Ends For Missing SonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The New Canaan Daily Voice

    After rescuers called off the search for a missing 19-year-old student from Redding, his parents are planning to travel to South Africa to conduct a search of their own, according to NBC Connecticut . Nicholas Upton, 19, a junior at George Washington University is presumed to have drowned after he was pulled away by a riptide while swimming in the East Cape Province at about 11 p.m. Sunday, according to a statement from the university.

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  17. Stage Tube: Trevor Noah Promises Stability After Daily Show Takeover in New TeaserRead the original story

    Tuesday | BroadwayWorld.com

    Trevor Noah readies for THE DAILY SHOW, where he takes over as host starting September 28 at 11/10c. Watch an all-new promo below! Noah began his career in his native South Africa, where he was the television host of the South AFRICA Comedy Festival as well as two seasons of his own late night talk show, "Tonight with Trevor Noah."

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  18. 500 Health Leaders Gather for Health Connect South 2015Read the original story

    Tuesday | Information Technology

    Health Connect South, a non-profit organization serving the health community as a sustainable platform for regional health collaborations, will convene top innovators, decision makers and leaders from throughout the Southeast to speak at its second annual health leadership event on Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2015 at the Georgia Aquarium.

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  19. Court bid to stop Springboks travelRead the original story

    Tuesday | Fiji Times

    A virtually unknown South African political party has made an urgent court bid to try and block the Springboks from flying to England for the Rugby World Cup, arguing the squad has too many white players. The Agency for a New Agenda , which says it broke away from the ruling ANC party in 2013, lodged the application last Friday, a few hours before coach Heyneke Meyer named a record nine black players in the 31-man World Cup squad.

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  20. Africa Mobile Money Market by Transaction mode, by Nature of Payment, ...Read the original story

    Tuesday | Freshnews

    Africa Mobile Money Market by Transaction mode, by Nature of Payment, by Location, by Type of Purchase, and by Country - Forecast to 2020 NEW YORK, Sept. 1, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Mobile money service facilitates users to perform secured mobile payments and transfers over their mobile phones.

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