Africa, Mali Travel Newswire (Page 3)

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  1. On Hot Soil: Group exhibition of fine art photography on view at The Empty QuartersRead the original story

    Yesterday | Art Daily

    The Empty Quarter presents its Ramadan 2015 selection of Fine Art photography from acclaimed artists inspired by the Asian and Arabic cultures and their traditions. The exhibition brings together works taken on hot soils such as Africa, Morocco, Egypt and many others to unlock their traditions and cultures, and present them to the general public in order to open minds.


  2. Greek banks down to last a 500m in cashRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The New Zealand Herald

    Greece is sliding into a full-blown national crisis as the final cash reserves of the banking system evaporate by the hour and swathes of industry start to shut down, precipitating the near disintegration of the ruling coalition. Business leaders have been locked in talks with the Bank of Greece, pleading for the immediate release of emergency liquidity funds to cover food imports and pharmaceutical goods before the tourist sector hits a brick wall.


  3. Laughing all the way - GroundedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Newcastle News

    Most of our friends are world travelers, people who fill up their passports and have to get fresh ones before their expiration date, folks with high-six-figure frequent flier miles who go to Singapore for a weekend of shopping and lead tours to Italy, Argentina and South Africa to enjoy food and wine. These friends have family abroad, think nothing of flying over the pole and visit Kenyan orphanages after starting nonprofits to benefit them.


  4. UpFront Soul (Formerly The Nightfly): UpFront Soul #2015.26 - Hour 2- July 6-12, 2015, Segment 1Read the original story

    Yesterday | A-Infos Radio Project

    We'll travel to South Africa with Gil Scott-Heron, to Kenya with the Electrostats, and ride on with Bo Diddley.


  5. IMF: Greece's Financial Condition Is Getting WorseRead the original story

    Yesterday | Chosun Ilbo

    The International Monetary Fund said Thursday that debt-ridden Greece's financial plight is even worse than it first thought as the country heads to Sunday's vote on whether to accept lenders' demands for more austerity in exchange for new bailout loans. The IMF largely blamed the leftist government of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, saying that it had been slow to sell off state assets and would need debt relief and another $56 billion in new bailout loans through 2018.


  6. Matching Talent with Jobs, One Click at a TimeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Knowledge@Wharton

    The Internet has empowered many Arab women entrepreneurs to transcend educational and other conventional barriers - they are recruiting, developing products, communicating across global markets, fundraising and delivering new services in growing numbers. Loulou Khazen Baz is one of these digital entrepreneurs.


  7. a Shark Weeka schedule on Discovery ChannelRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Redlands Daily Facts

    9 p.m. - Island of the Mega Shark: Follows shark experts Jeff Kurr, Andy Casagrande and Dickie Chivell as they travel to the volcanic island of Guadalupe, off the west coast of Mexico's Baja California peninsula to search for one of the largest great white sharks ever recorded with new technologies and innovative methods. 10 p.m. - Monster Mako: Scientists outfit a mako shark, the fastest of all shark species, with cameras in order to unlock and reveal the mysteries of their unseen world.


  8. Let's applaud sacking the anachronismRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Mail & Guardian

    As a society we should be pleased that an action has at last been taken regarding the racist Curro Private School in Roodepoort where the principal was sacked this past week. The segregation incidents in the school clearly demonstrated that the management did little to promote the aspirations of post-apartheid South Africa.


  9. Leopard mauls guide's arm in attack in South African parkRead the original story

    Thursday | WTOV9

    Authorities in South Africa say a leopard has mauled a wildlife guide in an attack on an open tourist safari vehicle in the country's flagship wildlife park. Kruger National Park says the attack happened Thursday after a guide and his passengers watched a leopard that was over 6 feet from their vehicle.


  10. Shebeens' dreams go up in smokeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Mail & Guardian

    Furious tavern owners have complained that the proposed anti-smoking laws will not only destroy township businesses, but also kasi culture. Shebeen owner Malefane 'Dutch' Kopa says the requirement that smokers be 10m from a door or window is impossible in townships - his neighbour is less than 5m away.


  11. South Africa sends lions to repopulate Rwanda reservesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Mail & Guardian

    Seven big cats have been donated to Rwanda, restoring the predator to the East African country after a 15-year absence. Seven lions in South Africa are to be tranquillised, placed in steel crates and loaded on to a charter flight to Rwanda on Monday, restoring the predator to the East African country after a 15-year absence.


  12. UK: Flawed Policy on Eritrean Refugee ClaimsRead the original story

    Thursday | Humans Rights Watch

    The United Kingdom 's Home Office should issue new guidance to staff screening Eritrean refugee claims that reflects the continued real risk of persecution and other abuses there, Human Rights Watch said today in a letter to the Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration. Three key changes to recent Home Office asylum guidance on Eritrean asylum claims are based exclusively on a flawed Danish report that suggests there have been improvements in the human rights situation in Eritrea and on statements by Eritrean government officials.


  13. South Africa trip inspires author to write about racismRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Battle Creek Enquirer

    South Africa trip inspires author to write about racism Union City's Lori Cole writes about racism from a new perspective after her S. Africa trip Check out this story on Union City Author Lori Cole has written a book about racism in South Africa after her life-changing trip to the country four years ago. "When I was 8, I watched the funeral of Martin Luther King," she said.


  14. Monitoring Exposure to Ebola and Health of U.S. Military Personnel...Read the original story

    Thursday | Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

    Monitoring Exposure to Ebola and Health of U.S. Military Personnel Deployed in Support of Ebola Control Efforts - Liberia, October 25, 2014-February 27, 2015 In response to the unprecedented Ebola virus disease outbreak in West Africa, the U.S. government deployed approximately 2,500 military personnel to support the government of Liberia. Their primary missions were to construct Ebola treatment units , train health care workers to staff ETUs, and provide laboratory testing capacity for Ebola.


  15. Bomber pilot takes command of US air operations for Europe and AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Stars and Stripes

    Airmen of 3rd Air Force render a first salute to their new commander Thursday, July 2, 2015, during a change of command ceremony at Ramstein Air Base. RAMSTEIN AIR BASE, Germany - Bomber pilot Lt.


  16. Q&A: Lawrence Hill talks his appointment to the Order of CanadaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | CBC News

    Hamilton author Lawrence Hill, author of "The Book of Negroes," will be recognized as a member of the Order of Canada. This year's list of appointees to the Order of Canada is out, and among those being given the country's second highest honour is author and activist Lawrence Hill.


  17. Walmart taps into product content from suppliersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Just-Style

    Wal-Mart is tackling the problem of inconsistencies and inaccuracies in online product information by asking all suppliers and manufacturers to share their complete product catalogues with the retailer. The discounter has launched a pilot programme called the Product Content Collection System , which enables suppliers to upload their catalogues and is designed to provide the most accurate, up-to-date, and comprehensive product information to improve the shopping experience for its customers.


  18. .com | Obama unlikely to meet AU chair Mugabe - reportRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | News24

    Cape Town US President Barack Obama will be touring the African Union headquarters in Ethiopia during his visit to Africa but will likely not meet the AU chairperson, Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe, a report said. Obama, who is set to visit Kenya and Ethiopia later this month, is scheduled to tour the AU headquarters and meet the bloc's secretariat.


  19. Media Advisory: Express Clydesdales Return to Calgary StampedeRead the original story

    Thursday | Sys-Con Media

    Together with Ronald McDonald House CharitiesA Southern Alberta, the Express Clydesdales team will include a family currently staying at the Calgary Ronald McDonald House family as special parade guests on the Express stagecoach. Bob Funk, CEO and Chairman of Express Employment Professionals, will also accompany the Clydesdales.


  20. Opening up the tender process and other start-up help, just a click awayRead the original story

    Thursday | Bizcommunity

    OpenTenders is a South African business-to-business social network. It's also determined to assist South Africa achieve its 2030 National Development Plan goals and create millions of jobs - not as pie-in-the-sky as it seems... The government tender process has been problematic for some time, with many a cartoon drawn up about the sometimes covert, often complicated, and definitely not transparent ways and means of operation - up to now.