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  1. Ashwin, Jadeja among wickets as India pushes for victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 26 | The Tribune

    Spinners Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja were among the wickets on Thursday as India pressed for victory in the third test after dismissing South Africa for a meagre 79. South Africa was 32-2 in its second innings chasing 310 for victory after India's second innings folded in the interim for 173 in under two sessions. The cushion of a 136-run first-innings lead gave the home side a lot of leeway since the highest team total in this low-scoring series, being played on spin-friendly pitches, was 215, scored by India in the first innings in Nagpur.


  2. The shame of a nationPAUL THOMAS, IrelandRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 26 | Nigeriaworld

    Airports accentuates levels of infrastructural development and a nation's preparedness to welcome visitors and as such enhance their tourism potential. Murtala Mohammed International airport is however an aberration to the ideals of a modern system an anathema to any semblance of a modern and progressive society.


  3. East Africa: Jovago Announces Black Friday OffersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 26 |

    Jovago has announced its first Black Friday sale; offering 50% discount on hotel bookings made between the midnight of 27t - 28TH November. Explaining the concept, Estelle Verdier Managing Director for cited that, "Travel purchases as gifts are becoming popular by the day, and Black Friday's growth is also taking unprecedented leaps online, we want to be part of this excitement by injecting the convenience and efficiency required" The Jovago 50% discounted sale will last for 24 hours, kicking off at the stroke of midnight this Friday.


  4. Ind vs SA, 3rd Test: India sniff win after 20-wicket day in NagpurRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 26 | The Indian Express

    India need eight wickets to clinch the four-Test series against South Africa after their spinners, led by Ravichandran Ashwin, wreaked havoc on a turning track on the second day of the third Test on Thursday. Shot out for 79 in their first innings earlier in the day, South Africa returned to chase a 310-run victory target on a manic day when 20 wickets tumbled on a fast-deteriorating surface at the VCA Stadium.


  5. Community impact takes many formsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 26 | Herald Gazette

    In July when I started in my role as Camden's community development director, I began to see people and organizations that are making an impact, large or small, on our lives here in Camden. Each time I ran across this level of public engagement, my impressions added up.


  6. Travelstart booking website launches Arabic version in KSARead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 26 | Al Bawaba

    Founded in 1999, Travelstart now has 200 employees across 6 global offices including Dubai, Cairo, Cape Town, Dar es Salaam, Lagos and Istanbul. Travelstart , the leading travel booking site in Africa, has officially launched a fully localized and complete Arabic version of its website in Saudi Arabia this week.


  7. Pope Francis Visits Africa: In PicturesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 26 | Wall Street Journal

    The Pope kicked off his visit to Africa with a meeting with religious leaders at the Vatican's embassy in Nairobi, Kenya. Kenyan priests gather at the University of Nairobi grounds to attend a giant open-air mass held by Pope Francis.


  8. Queen Elizabeth II visits beloved Malta and CommonwealthRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 26 | The Republic

    The 89-year-old British monarch was flying Thursday to the Mediterranean island of Malta, where she once lived as a young princess, for a summit of the Commonwealth, the post-colonial international alliance she has helped for decades to unite. was stationed on the island as a Royal Navy officer, and she lived the relatively ordinary life of a military wife, rather than a duty-burdened heir to the throne.


  9. Blind veteran turns Santa's little helperRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 26 | Shoreham Herald

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Ted was a window cleaner before he retired, but always enjoyed woodturning at home.


  10. India sense victory after South Africa crumbleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 26 |

    India need eight wickets to clinch the four-test series against South Africa after their spinners, led by Ravichandran Ashwin, wreaked havoc on a turning track on the second day of the third test on Thursday. South Africa's captain Hashim Amla appeals unsuccessfully for a catch to dismiss India's Wriddhiman Saha during the second day of their third test cricket match in Nagpur, India, November 26, 2015.


  11. Russia Plans to Strengthen Control of Turkish Food ImportsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 26 | Sofia News Agency

    Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chief of Staff of the Presidential Executive Office Sergei Ivanov attend a meeting of the State Council Presidium on the state import substitution policy in Russian regions in Nizhny Tagil, Russia, 25 November The Russian government authorised the federal agricultural supervision agency, Rosselkhoznadzor, to strengthen control over agricultural products and food imports from Turkey and organise additional checks at borders and production plants in Turkey. The measures were justified with the repeated violations of Russian standards by Turkish producers, with 15 % of Turkish agricultural products on average failing to meet Russian standards.


  12. Pope urges 'essential' interfaith dialogue in AfricaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 26 | Al Jazeera

    Pope Francis' first Africa trip will highlight the problem of a lack of dialogue between Christianity and Islam, the two fastest growing religions on the continent. On his first full day in Kenya, Francis insisted on Thursday that religion could never be used to justify violence and lamented that "all too often young people are being radicalised in the name of religion to sow discord and fear, and to tear at the very fabric of our societies".


  13. Chikungunya may cause severe brain infectionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 26 | Medical News

    The mosquito-borne virus chikungunya may lead to severe brain infection and even death in infants and people over 65, according to a new study that reviewed a chikungunya outbreak on Reunion Island off the coast of Madagascar in 2005-2006. The study is published in the November 25, 2015, online issue of Neurology , the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology.


  14. Central Africa: MPs Endorse Rwanda's Re-Admission to ECCASRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 26 |

    The Chamber of Deputies has passed a draft law that allows the government to ratify an agreement that re-admits the country to the Economic Community of Central African States . Rwanda officially rejoined ECCAS in May, eight years after it pulled out of the regional bloc to "avoid overlapping memberships in several regional community groupings."


  15. Our youth are marching to the beat of a new drumRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 26 | Bizcommunity

    I teach part-time at AAA and one of my lectures is always on youth. One of the most passionate discussions we have is whether today's teenagers, students and first-jobbers have a cause - whether they have anything they care about enough, to look up from their smartphones/chats and disrupt their daily lives.


  16. Stevie Awards for Women in Business Announce Winners in 12th Annual CompetitionRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 26 | PRWeb

    World's Top Honors for Women Entrepreneurs, Executives, Employees and the Organizations They Run Were Presented in New York Before More than 400 Accomplished Women From Around the World Stevie Awards for Women in Business last Friday named Pat Mussieux as the winner of the BRONZE Award for Women in Business - Female Entrepreneur of the Year in Canada. Shining a spotlight on women executives, entrepreneurs, and organizations run by women, the Stevie Awards for Women in Business announced the results of its 2015 competition in New York City.


  17. Nat Geo Wild's 'Big Cat Week' includes live African safarisRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 25 | The Republic

    There's strictly armchair travel involved for Nat Geo Wild's live telecasts from Sabi Sands, a private game reserve in South Africa's Kruger National Park that's likely to dazzle even from a distance. The no-sweat safaris, which begin Friday night, will offer "a real-time experience transporting viewers to a place they all want to go but may not have the opportunity," said Geoff Daniels, head of Nat Geo Wild.


  18. New coach - MBU outfit gets another instructorRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 25 | Jamaica Observer

    The coaching carousel at Montego Bay United continues with Brazilian Leonardo Neiva becoming the club's seventh head coach in five years as well as the third this season, after the departure of American Timothy Hankinson earlier this month. The 37-year-old, who most recently coached in Tanzania and South Africa, has been signed to the end of the season, according to Montego Bay United's president Orville Powell.


  19. Sandton city centre 'must brush up'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 25 |

    Sandton's central business district will need to change to retain its top position as the preferred destination in South Africa for both corporates and multinationals trying to establish a presence. Ken Reynolds, the Gauteng regional executive for property finance at Nedbank corporate and investment banking, said Sandton would have to become the place to live and play, as well as remaining a primary work destination, to retain its top position.


  20. .com | Language Barriers, Schools and Corporate SARead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 25 | News24

    South Africans are exposed to high levels of violence, but very little is known about whether gaming with violent content is also a contributor, writes Rennie Naidoo . Awarded after your first article is published on MyNews24.