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  1. Pope takes environmental, social messages to AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    10 min ago | Bangkok Post

    Pope Francis flew out of Rome on Wednesday, bound for Kenya on the first leg of a landmark trip to Africa that is fraught with security risks. A man reads a copy of the "Catholic Mirror" newspaper next to pictures of Pope Francis at the Holy Family Basilica in Nairobi November 22, 2015 The 78-year-old will use his 11th overseas trip since taking office in 2013 to deliver a total of 19 speeches on peace, social justice, environmental protection and interfaith dialogue in Kenya, Uganda and the Central African Republic .


  2. China ideal for manufacturing investment to Ethiopia: official - Wednesday, 25 November 2015 08:02Read the original story w/Photo

    21 min ago | Walta Information Centre

    China is an ideal place, from which, Ethiopia is keen to attract investment in the manufacturing sector, said Arkebe Equbay, Special Advisor to the Prime Minister of Ethiopia. The official also said China is among the major countries from which lessons could be learnt in the development of industrial parks.


  3. Homegrown Opera for Local Voices in Cape Town Opera's FOUR:30 at the Artscape TheatreRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago |

    Cape Town Opera's FOUR:30, presented in collaboration with UCT Opera School, pairs up four notable South African composers with four acclaimed writers to create half hour works that are powerful and innovative, telling contemporary African stories in imaginative new ways. Opera goers can enjoy a more intimate experience that is usually expected from opera, with seating on the Artscape Theatre stage itself rather than in the auditorium.


  4. Is this the PapaMobile for the Pope's visit to Africa?Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | New Vision

    Isuzu Kenya has posted on its official Facebook page, images of what it says will be Pope Francis' Popemobile when he starts his African tour. It is open-roofed, and Isuzu Kenya said "...this time around, the Popemobile is based on the Isuzu D-Max."


  5. How to settle refugeesRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | Prince Albert Daily Herald

    During Tuesday's Community Networking Coalition meeting at the Prince Albert Arts Centre, Prince Albert YWCA settlement counselor Jesse Kindrachuk explains the role the YWCA settlement services plays when refugees arrive in the community. Prince Albert YWCA settlement counselors Jesse Kindrachuk and Kwame Boateng made a presentation at Tuesday's Community Networking Coalition meeting to explain what their program does for refugees.


  6. Live Score: India bat; Rohit, Mishra back in playing XIRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Indian Express

    Live Cricket Score, India vs South Africa, 3rd Test, Day 1: India take on South Africa in the third Test in Nagpur beginning Wednesday. India, after taking a 1-0 lead in Mohali, take on South Africa in the third Test of the four-match series in Nagpur, starting Wednesday.


  7. The Pope's five big issues in AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | BBC News

    Pope Francis will go to Africa for the first time this week, visiting a refugee camp, a slum and a mosque. He will make 19 speeches during his tour of Kenya, Uganda and the Central African Republic and they will probably address these issues: He is expected to focus on religious tolerance and peaceful coexistence at a time of rising political instability and extremism in much of the region.


  8. 6 Spots You'll Want to Escape to This WinterRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Switched

    In the Caribbean it can pay to head away from the coast to more secluded inland havens. Belle Mont Farm , a hillside retreat on the West Indian island of St. Kitts, highlights organic cuisine with its 400 acres of working farmland.


  9. Travel new and now: Hanukkah events, Cyber Monday, Big SkyRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago |

    The eight-day Jewish holiday of Hanukkah starts the night of Dec. 6. The Jewish outreach organization Chabad Lubavitch is sponsoring celebrations and nightly public menorah lightings in cities around the world. Several dozen public menorahs will be lit nightly around Paris, including at the Eiffel Tower.


  10. Helen Mead: I'm keeping alive the lost art of postcard sending despite a setbackRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 24, 2015 | Chorley Citizen

    In my youth, I would send a whole stack to family and friends, carefully choosing them according to my parents' postcard-buying guidelines: never a card with more than one view, always an interesting scene that prompts the receiver to take more than just a glance. Growing up, I used to love receiving postcards, and would look for hours at images of places like New York or Paris, scrutinising the street scene.


  11. From Syria to Europe: The Price They PayRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Voice of America

    A Greek Red Cross volunteer comforts a crying Syrian refugee moments after disembarking from a flooded raft Oct. 20, 2015, at a beach on the Greek island of Lesbos. To get from Syria to Europe, you need at least $3,000.


  12. Why Nigeria's Freedom of Information Act is even less effective than oursRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Columbia Journalism Review

    Intended as a boon for journalism in Africa's most populous country, Nigeria's Freedom of Information Act took more than a decade to implement. When it was finally passed in 2011, it established the right to access or request information from a public official, agency, or institution.


  13. Green Beret medics train at DukeRead the original story

    12 hrs ago | Stars and Stripes

    Soldiers from the 3rd Special Forces Group received hands-on instruction at Duke University Medical Center as they prepare for a new mission in Africa. About a dozen Green Berets, all medics with the Fort Bragg-based group, spent Monday honing their skills with ultrasound machines.


  14. Glimmer of hope for Mali captive McGownRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago |

    Stephen Malcolm McGown, of South Africa, and Johan Gustafsson, of Sweden, have been held captive by al-Qaeda in Mali since 2011. Cape Town A South African aid organisation said on Tuesday it was making headway in the long-running saga of two hostages, a South African and a Swedish national, who were captured by Al Qaeda in Mali in 2011.


  15. A Pope's Visit May Bring Hope But Does It Also Bring Change?Read the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | National Public Radio

    In the Nairobi slum of Kangemi, a poster welcomes Pope Francis to Kenya. TONY KARUMBA/AFP/Getty Images hide caption Pope Francis is often seen as a champion of the downtrodden.


  16. CSU Channel Islands Choir Winter Concert Offers 'Holiday Around the Globe'Read the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Noozhawk

    Travel around the world with twists on holiday favorites like The Little Drummer Boy and The Twelve Days of Christmas with two CSU Channel Islands Choir's winter concerts. To get this season of warmth off to a great start, "Holiday Around the Globe" will be performed twice.


  17. Hugh Masekela and Larry Willis: Five Decades of Brotherhood and CountingRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | KQED

    As an international star who forged a singular synthesis of jazz, funk, and the music of his township youth in South Africa, Hugh Masekela has received top billing at concert halls and theaters for nearly five decades. But when the trumpeter and vocalist arrives at the SFJAZZ Center for a three-night run starting Nov. 27, he shares the marquee lights with Larry Willis , a veteran New York jazz pianist, composer and arranger making his first Bay Area appearance under his own name .


  18. Send the Perfect Gift in Less Than 60 SecondsRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | How Stuff Works

    Maybe you haven't seen your best friend in weeks. He never answers his phone, rarely replies to e-mails and never ever comes to the door.


  19. Kenya declares public holiday for papal MassRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | KRMG-AM Tulsa

    The Kenyan government has declared a national public holiday the day Pope Francis will celebrate Mass here, drawing an expected 1.4 million people. The papal Mass is due to take place Thursday on the grounds of the University of Nairobi.


  20. .com | Kenya declares public holiday for papal MassRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | News24

    The Kenyan government has declared a national public holiday the day Pope Francis will celebrate Mass here, drawing an expected 1.4 million people. The papal Mass is due to take place on Thursday on the grounds of the University of Nairobi.