Africa, Mali Travel Newswire (Page 6)

Africa, Mali Travel Newswire (Page 6)

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  1. Out of options, Syrians head backRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 6 | NWAonline

    Growing numbers of Syrian refugees are returning to their war-ravaged homeland from Jordan because they can't survive in exile after drastic aid cuts, can't afford to pay smugglers to sneak them into Europe or are simply homesick. Greece's coast guard said it rescued 1,743 refugees or migrants over the weekend in 57 separate search-and-rescue operations near eastern Aegean islands, and the body of a child was found washed up on an island beach.


  2. Nick Price implies future of Presidents Cup hinges on a close contestRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 6 | Golf World

    INCHEON, South Korea – Nick Price didn't mince words Tuesday in declaring that the 11th edition of the Presidents Cup that begins Thursday at Jack Nicklaus Golf Club will be the most important in the young history of the biennial competition. "I'm not going to say 'what if,' but this better be closely contested," Price, the International Team captain, said ominously.


  3. Wales' spirits high despite ghostly goings-onRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 6 | South Wales Argus

    The 19th Century Oatlands Park Hotel in Weybridge is known for tales regarding sightings of the so-called ''grey lady'' in a crinoline dress, while room 1313 on the hotel's third floor has a history of guests reporting extreme temperature changes and the feeling of a ''presence''. The hotel, which dates back to 1856, stands on the site of the Tudor royal palaces of Henry VIII and Elizabeth I. And back-row forward James King added: ''Dan Lydiate and Taulupe Faletau have said they've seen a couple of ghosts, but I haven't seen any.


  4. WUHS Grad Is "Standing Tall"Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 6 | The Vermont Standard

    Recently retired Woodstock Union High School theater program director Harriet Worrell was a mentor to hundreds of students during her 26-year tenure. One of those, Sophie Shackleton, class of 2005, recently expressed her gratitude toward her teacher who provided the springboard from which Shackleton dove into the performing arts.


  5. Rugby World Cup in Newcastle: Thousands visit fanzone with the city ready for two more gamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 6 | Chronicle Live

    A record-breaking 34,000 fans visited Newcastle's Rugby World Cup fanzone as Tyneside soaked up a carnival atmosphere. The city centre area, operated by Newcastle Falcons, saw thousands of visitors with the Heineken Bar Bus recording its highest day of sales of the tournament so far as Scotland suffered a 34-16 defeat to South Africa on Saturday.


  6. Jaguar Land Rover Launches New Project To Provide Safe Water For 300,000 School Children In KenyaRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 6 | Pressat

    Jaguar Land Rover, one of the world's leading manufacturers of premium luxury vehicles, has launched a new project in Africa as part of its ambitious Global CSR Programme. Jaguar Land Rover's ambition is to achieve long-term responsible business growth by placing sustainability at the heart of its business strategy by reducing the environmental impact of its vehicles and operations and making a positive impact on society, all through 'Environmental Innovation'.


  7. Time(share) on their sideRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 6 |

    Timeshare is nice to have but the "in perpetuity" clause could end up being a noose in the long term, says Georgina Crouth. A 2011 study by Grant Thornton for the Vacation Ownership Association of Southern Africa indicates South Africa's timeshare business is booming.


  8. Distinguished Jazz Musician and University of San Francisco Performing...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 6 | PRWeb

    This book makes the most compelling argument for the African roots of blues and jazz. a It ought to be mandatory reading for anyone remotely interested in modern music and its ancient lineage.


  9. New human ancestor's feet resemble our own, Dartmouth scientist findsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 5 | EurekAlert!

    As a specialist in fossil feet, Dartmouth anthropologist Jeremy DeSilva has scrutinized Homo naledi , the latest addition to the human ancestral lineage, which was announced Sept. 10. Of the 1,600 fossil fragments of this creature recovered from the Rising Star Cave in South Africa, 107 are the remains of feet.


  10. Bio-Microbics Demonstrated New Products For Stormwater & Wastewater At WEFTEC 2015Read the original story

    Monday Oct 5 | Water Online

    Bio-Microbics, Inc., a global leader in decentralized wastewater treatment systems and other water, stormwater, and filtration devices, showcased its latest Filtered Integrated Treatment Technology for rainwater off impervious surfaces, the d-Rain Joint() and the new extended aeration system, the RollsAIR , at the Water Environment Federation Technical Exhibition & Conference held Sept 28th - 30th, 2015 in Chicago, IL USA. At WEFTEC, most conversations were directed to the d-Rain Joint display unit in the Bio-Microbics booth that showed a simulated rainfall on a sloped surface and the Linear Rainwater Filtration Device installed where an expansion joint would be.


  11. Mandeep Singh: I aim to play more responsibly in Ranji Trophy 2015-16Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 3 |

    Mumbai : Punjab batsman Mandeep Singh is keen to show his mettle in the Ranji Trophy this season and also aims to take up more responsibility as a senior batsman in his team. "There have been one or two years when the consistency hasn't been as good in Ranji Trophy.


  12. Spider bites man on plane; his leg 'bursts open'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 30 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    The brown recluse is identifiable by its distinctive dark brown violin shape and its six eyes. Its venom can dissolve flesh and muscle tissue.


  13. SA take winning 2-0 leadRead the original story

    Monday Oct 5 | The Gleaner

    Crowd trouble stretched the game, but South Africa finally prevailed by six wickets to take a winning 2-0 lead in the three-game Twenty20 series against India yesterday. Pace bowler Albie Morkel grabbed 3-12 to lead a disciplined bowling display as South Africa dismissed India for only 92 off 17.2 overs.


  14. Stage and Screen to manage rugby travel for SANZARRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 5 | Scoop

    Stage and Screen Travel Services, the entertainment and sports travel management brand of Flight Centre Travel Group, has won a five-year contract to provide travel management to SANZAR - a joint venture between the rugby unions of Argentina, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, which commenced on October 1 2015. In one of the most significant sports travel contracts awarded in Australia and New Zealand, Stage and Screen will manage travel for the body charged with running two of the world's pre-eminent rugby competitions - Super Rugby and The Rugby Championship.


  15. Online Travel, Like Rugby, Is a Game of Inches, Says Agoda's Hughes.Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 5 | 4 Hoteliers

    When I caught up with Tim Hughes, vice president marketing of Agoda in Bangkok, the unexpected had just happened in the Rugby World Cup currently taking place in the UK. Japan had snatched victory from the jaws of what seemed to be sure defeat by the South Africans with a score of 34 to 32 the winning points scored after time had expired.


  16. Full on Fan-AtismRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 5 | The Telegraph

    Supporters cheer Team India players ahead of the T20 international at Barabati Stadium in Cuttack on Monday. Picture by Badrika Nath Das Cuttack, Oct. 5: As October rain has a peculiar habit of pouring cold water on cricket matches, fans across the state had kept their fingers crossed till the much-awaited T20 international between India and South Africa began at Barabati Stadium this evening.


  17. Rising number of Syrian refugees returning to war-torn homelandRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 5 | CTV

    Growing numbers of Syrian refugees are returning to their war-ravaged homeland from Jordan because they can't survive in exile after drastic aid cuts, can't afford to pay smugglers to sneak them into Europe or are simply homesick. The returns, along with the increasing migration to Europe, signal that conditions in regional host countries have become increasingly intolerable, the refugees and aid officials said.


  18. 16 Tips for International MeetingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 5 | Meetings Net

    I went to a fantastic, interactive, and tips-filled session at the ASAE Annual Meeting in Detroit this summer on the topic of planning meetings outside the U.S. The august panel - Cameron Curtis, Courtesy Associates; Michelle Malloy, National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners; Janee Pelletier , Conference and Logistics Consultants Inc.; and Thomas Reiser, International Society on Thrombosis and Haemostasis - hit on all the major topics, from legal, financial, and regulatory challenges, to managing attendee, planner, venue, and vendor expectations. Here are just a few of my top takeaways.


  19. Rugby World Cup Schedule 2015: Preview, Picks for Remaining Group-Stage FixturesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 5 | BleacherReport

    The group stages of the Rugby World Cup 2015 are coming to an end, and while we already have a clear view of which eight teams will advance to the quarter-finals, there's plenty still to play for as the schedule comes to a close. Scotland still need to beat Samoa to make sure Japan don't overtake them for second place in Pool B, while Australia and Wales will do battle for the top spot in Pool A. Tonga would need a couple of miracles to qualify from Pool C, and Ireland and France will meet in Pool D, with the winner avoiding a clash with defending champions New Zealand in the next round.


  20. Facebook To Deliver Internet To Sub-Saharan Africa Via SatelliteRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 5 | ThinkProgress

    Facebook is moving to extend free internet access to millions of sub-Saharan Africans by next year through its program. The world's top social network landed a partnership with French satellite company Eutelast to connect some of the world's most internet- and electricity-deprived regions to the internet.