Mali Travel Newswire (Page 10)

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  1. Slain soldier may have learned of Navy SEALs cash plot: reportRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 13 | New York Daily News

    Staff Sgt. Logan Melgar was found dead in embassy housing on June 4 and the Naval Criminal Investigative Service is probing his death as a homicide.

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  2. South Africa:How Barcoding Is Helping South Africa Track Its Precious PollinatorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 13 | AllAfrica.com

    Pollinators are the unsung heroes of food production. Almost one third of the food eaten comes from animal pollination .

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  3. Uganda:Why Older People in Uganda Struggle to Access HealthcareRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 13 | AllAfrica.com

    The World Health Organisation recommends 50 years and above instead of 60 to define older people in sub Saharan Africa. This is primarily because of low life expectancy in the region.

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  4. Be proactive and design a 100-year life yourselfRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 13 | The Japan Times

    The case of Dai - Dai is an active and happy person whose age is not known and not an issue. Dai is not young, probably around 70 or so.

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  5. POS Software Global Market in EMEA by End-User, Analysis and Forecasts to 2019Read the original story

    Monday Nov 13 | Emailwire.com

    ReportsWeb.com published 'POS Software Market' from its database. The report covers the market landscape and its growth prospects over the coming years.

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  6. Morocco keen to replicate Aadhaar success for citizen-centric servicesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 13 | The Times of India

    Morocco recently sent a high-level delegation led by its Interior Minister Noureddine Boutayeb here to study implementation of the Aadhaar-linked services. NEW DELHI: Morocco, Africa's second biggest and second fastest economy and India's key counter-terror partner in North Africa, is keen to replicate India's successes in linking Aadhaar to various services for citizens.

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  7. African Economic Growth Rides on Wireless RailsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 13 | Bloomberg

    In Kenya, hundreds of thousands of people are rising out of poverty as mobile-money services turn subsistence farmers into businesspeople. A similar dynamic drives Ethiopia, the fastest-growing economy in Africa, where the gross domestic product is forecast to climb 8 percent in 2019.

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  8. 186,267 Indian students study in the USRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 13 | Rediff.com

    Indians registered an impressive double digit growth of 12.3 per cent in the last one year to become the second largest group of international students in the US after China, contributing $6.5 billion to the US economy in 2016, a report said today. In the 2016-2017 academic year, 186,267 students from India were studying in the US, said the Institute of International Education's annual Open Doors report.

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  9. How the Taoiseach plans to use Brexit in final bid to salvage Rugby World Cup dreamRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 13 | Independent.ie

    Bundee Aki celebrates with his daughter Adrianna after Ireland's victory over South Africa at the Aviva Stadium. Photo: Brendan Moran/Sportsfile Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has enlisted the support of a network of Ireland's ambassadors as part of the Government's last-ditch effort to land the 2023 Rugby World Cup, the Irish Independent can reveal.

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  10. NGO helps create reading-book for Central African pupilsRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 12 | Prague Daily Monitor

    Children in the Central African Republic learn to read using primers and reading-books created with the help of Czechs, members and aides of the SIRIRI NGO that also stages courses for teachers and pushes for lessons to be taught in sango, a tongue local kids comprehend, Jana Karasova has told CTK. "The primer and the reading-book look like Czech textbooks, but they describe conditions and situation in Central Africa," Karasova, who helped SIRIRI in the remote country, said.

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  11. Double amputee who feared he'd never walk again prepares for sailing adventureRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 12 | Andover Advertiser

    Paul Johnson, 24, lost both of his legs in November 2014 when he was hit by an electric shock as he crossed a railway line in Glasgow. It led to him spending months in hospital and rehabilitation as he was taught to walk again with prosthetics but after charity help he is preparing to set sail on a voyage from Gran Canaria.

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  12. Where world's richest travelers will be holidaying in 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 12 | The Daily Star

    While dream vacations have traditionally been set in sun-soaked, waterfront destinations, the uncharted territory of chillier climes like Iceland, Antarctica and the Arctic will become increasingly enticing for the world's wealthiest travelers. Cold, wintry travel destinations top the charts in a forecast from luxury travel network Virtuoso, which identifies five travel trends predicted to dominate 2018 among its affluent clientele.

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    Sunday Nov 12 | Al Bawaba

    City Centre Muscat and City Centre Qurum Celebrate 47th National Day With Vibrant Entertainment and Heartwarming Omani Hospitality for Families The malls invite the Omani community to celebrate the spirit of togetherness and show national pride by joining the mall activities that will showcase the heartwarming Omani traditions from November 16 until 18. City Centre Muscat and City Centre Qurum, the two much-loved shopping destinations in the Sultanate - owned and operated by Majid Al Futtaim - will come alive with vibrant traditional entertainment, dazzling decor and exciting giveaways to celebrate the country's 47th National Day.

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  14. Double amputee Paul Johnson Picture: Andrew Milligan/PA WireRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 12 | Evening Times

    Paul Johnson, 24, lost both of his legs in November 2014 when he was hit by an electric shock as he crossed a railway line in Glasgow . It led to him spending months in hospital and rehabilitation as he was taught to walk again with prosthetics but after charity help he is preparing to set sail on a voyage from Gran Canaria.

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  15. Court allows accused swim coach Scott Volkers to keep passportRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 12 | ABC News

    Swim coach Scott Volkers has had his bail conditions revised, allowing him to keep his passport, at a hearing in a Queensland court over five indecent treatment of a child charges. The revised bail conditions allow him to keep his passport to travel to South Africa to undertake consultant coaching next month.

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  16. Swim coach Scott Volkers faces Queensland court on child-sex chargesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 12 | Sydney Morning Herald

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  17. Jake Ball says Wales have - a lot to be excited about' despite Australia lossRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 12 | Sthelensstar.co.uk

    Although Wales failed to halt a long run of defeats against Australia - Saturday's 29-21 loss was their 13th successive reversal in the fixture - they did not lack attacking ambition or a creative spark. More than a quarter of the match-day 23 either made their home Test match debuts or won first caps, leaving lock Ball enthused for challenges in their remaining appointments with Georgia, New Zealand and South Africa.

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  18. Worry, as other banks lose market share to big 5Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 12 | Vanguard

    Capital market operators and investors have expressed concern that the widening gap between tier-1 and tier -2 banks may lead to loss of depositors' confidence in tier-2 banks as full results of 14 banks listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange, NSE, in the first nine months of this year point to increasing dominance of the market space by the tier-1 banks to the detriment of the tier-2 banks. The 14 banks which are listed on the NSE control over 90 percent of the market share.

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  19. N261bn inflow to stabilise interbank interest ratesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 12 | Vanguard

    THE interbank money market will this week receive inflow of N261 billion which will enhancing stability of cost of funds in the market. Last week, cost of funds fell sharply due to inflow of N233.8 billion on Thursday from matured treasury bills .

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  20. Michael Edward Seaward was a grassroots activist like no otherRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 12 | The Globe and Mail

    Brother. Uncle. Newfoundlander. Labour activist. Born Dec. 24, 1950, in St. John's; died May 20, 2017, in Aurora, Ont.; of a heart attack; aged 66. In the summer of 1966, Mike Seaward enjoyed a bittersweet return to his birthplace during Newfoundland's first "Come Home Year."

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