Africa, Mali Travel Newswire (Page 3)

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  1. Dylan Earl with guestsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KAFM Grand Junction

    Every Tuesday stop by and enjoy something delicious from our food vendor, pick up your weekly produce & shop local vendors or discover local Join Canyonlands Field Institute on August 4-8 for our annual river rafting trip for women. Led by CFI's Director Karla VanderZanden you will enjoy three nights camping and river running on the Colorado River's Horsethief and Ruby Canyons and the rapids of Westwater Canyon.

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  2. Owen's boys can stun BrazilRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Iol.co.za

    Owen Da Gama, the national Under-23 football team coach, sounded like a motivational speaker in his first interaction with the media in Brazil. Photo by: Chris Ricco Owen Da Gama, the national Under-23 football team coach, sounded like a motivational speaker in his first interaction with the media in Brazil.

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  3. Rwanda: Insurance Industry Needs to Be RevampedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | AllAfrica.com

    A new report indicates that insurers are using outdated approaches that cannot woo customers, especially from the mass market provided by small-and-medium enterprises and ordinary Rwandans. The report by audit firm KPMG released last week, for instance, indicates that players do not consider customers needs while developing products, which creates a mismatch between needs and products on the market.

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  4. Journeys In AfricaRead the original story

    Yesterday | KISU-TV Pocatello

    Journeys in Africa is an innovative travel series focusing on the African continent. It will highlight Africa's unique culture, history, architecture and wildlife.

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  5. Story Traveler: 'The Man Who Caught a Bird'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | North County Public Radio

    When you see and hear stories at NCPR.org that surprise, inform, and feed your curiosity about the world, you may think what we do is kind of magical. But it's not magic .

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  6. Sam Cane and Seta Tamanivalu ready to go for Chiefs' Super Rugby semifinalRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Stuff.co.nz

    Sam Cane is making good progress from his concussion and should be right for the Chiefs' Super Rugby semifinal against the Hurricanes. While the Hurricanes sit and wait on crocked skipper Dane Coles, the Chiefs are hailing a double dose of good news on the injury front ahead of Saturday night's Super Rugby semifinal in Wellington.

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  7. Surfer Nate Yoemans hasna t given up on dreamRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | LA Daily News

    HUNTINGTON BEACH >> Nate Yeomans isn't just chasing a U.S. Open title this week. He is pursuing a dream that has eluded him for much of his surfing career, one that he hopes to one day become reality again.

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  8. State of the Union: Annual Report for July 2015 to June 2016Read the original story

    Yesterday | NetSquared

    NetSquared is TechSoup 's global network of volunteer-led nonprofit technology meetups. Like TechSoup's webinar program we deliver on our educational mandate -- we answer the question of "what's next after we put the tools in nonprofit's hands?" Event attendees build a support network and learn practical technology skills to support their programs, marketing and fundraising.

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  9. Cataclysm at Meteor Crater: Crystal sheds light on Earth, moon, MarsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | EurekAlert!

    In molten sandstone extracted by prospectors a century ago, an international team of scientists has discovered microscopic crystals telling of unimaginable pressures and temperatures when a 12-kilometer asteroid formed Meteor Crater in northern Arizona some 49,000 years ago. The crystals, called zircons, have endured temperatures of 2,000 degrees Celsius or more, hot enough to melt any rock on Earth.

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  10. SL have bigger problems than debating which team Muralitharan should coachRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 19 | CricketCountry.com

    Muttiah Muralitharan was appointed Australia's bowling consultant ahead of the Test series against Sri Lanka, which he has reportedly quit, after row with SLC. "Sri Lanka are a team going through a transitional phase" - is something we have been hearing for some time now.

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  11. LOOK: 10 Stunning Portraits of African JewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Forward

    That's what British-American photographer Juno David discovered during a four-year journey accross the continent. David set out to document the Jewish landscape of Africa, from dwindling European enclaves in South Africa to the isolated Egyptian Jewish community - to the unprecedented blossoming of Judaism among Sub-Saharan Africans.

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  12. UPDATE 1-China joins UN trucking treaty, stepping onto new Silk RoadRead the original story

    Tuesday | Reuters

    China has taken a major step towards establishing a speedy new "Silk Road" to Europe by signing up to a U.N. trucking treaty. Fifteen years after joining the World Trade Organization , China is hoping a revival of its ancient trading corridor to the west will help boost its slowing economy.

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  13. Planet Payment and Absa Launch a Multi-Currency Pricing Solution with XpressaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | GlobeNewswire

    Planet Payment, Inc. , a leading provider of international and multi-currency payment processing services, and Absa, one of South Africa's largest financial groups, are launching Planet Payment's Multi-Currency Pricing Solution with Xpressa, an online payment gateway and point-of-sale solutions provider in South Africa. With this new implementation, Absa is continuing to expand its offering of Planet Payment's MCP solution.

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  14. South Africa: Johannesburg tour gives whites a different look at their cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Christian Science Monitor

    Guide James Manguza takes people out of their 'bubble' to neighborhoods that have long been considered no-go zones for the city's tourists and suburbanites alike. James Manguza and Junior Mungomeni discuss the history of downtown Johannesburg with visitors on a culinary tour of Yeoville, an immigrant-heavy inner-city neighborhood.

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  15. .com | Super rugby fails to maximise finals revenueRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | News24

    I will not try to pretend to understand it, but one thing stands out - from a revenue stand point, it leaves a lot to be desired. The conference format smacks of overthinking or trying to please a whole lot of people.

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  16. Nigeria: Buhari Challenges FIFA On Reforms, Warns Football FederationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | AllAfrica.com

    President Muhammadu Buhari has tasked the world football governing body, International Federation of Football Association , to pay attention to accountability and transparency as it embarks on football development and reforms. Receiving the visiting FIFA President, Gianni Infantino, and the body's newly appointed Secretary-General, Fatma Samuora, at State House yesterday, Buhari challenged football administrators to fashion out strategic programmes to develop the game without compromising its essence.

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  17. Lions XV at full strengthRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Iol.co.za

    For the second week in a row, Lions boss Johan Ackermann will have a fully-fit first choice squad to select from for this weekend's Super Rugby semi-final against the Highlanders. The good news for the Lions last week was the return to action of regular captain Warren Whiteley and this week the squad have pretty much been given the all-clear for Saturday's 3pm kick-off.

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  18. Wittman Regional Airport Is World's Busiest Tuesday, July 26Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | WOZZ-FM Appleton

    At last year's EAA AirVenture, Oshkosh was ranked number one for most flights coming in and out of any an airport in the world; that's more than airports like Chicago O'Hare and Atlanta Hartsfield. 70,000 people a day are expected on the grounds and about 2,000 of them are traveling in from foreign countries.

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  19. Wittman Regional Airport Is World's BusiestOSHKOSH, WI (WTAQ) -...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | WTAQ-AM Green Bay

    At last year's EAA AirVenture, Oshkosh was ranked number one for most flights coming in and out of any an airport in the world; that's more than airports like Chicago O'Hare and Atlanta Hartsfield. 70,000 people a day are expected on the grounds and about 2,000 of them are traveling in from foreign countries.

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  20. China joins U.N. trucking treaty, stepping onto new Silk RoadRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Star Online

    China has taken a major step towards establishing a speedy new "Silk Road" to Europe by signing up to a U.N. trucking treaty. Fifteen years after joining the World Trade Organization , China is hoping a revival of its ancient trading corridor to the west will help boost its slowing economy.

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