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  1. Peter Lucas: To Illyria and back, but I've never climbed Bunker HillRead the original story w/Photo

    18 min ago | Lowell Sun

    The small talk aboard the shared van to Boston's Logan Airport that night was about how awful the past winter was. The woman beside me, heading to Africa, mentioned how it never snowed in her home country, Tanzania, which she was going to visit.


  2. No change to Pompey kick-off for ExilesRead the original story w/Photo

    31 min ago | South Wales Argus

    NEWPORT County AFC have announced that Saturday's home clash with Portsmouth will not be moved to avoid a clash with Wales' Rugby World Cup quarter-final. The League Two match at Rodney Parade will kick-off at 3pm, an hour before Warren Gatland's Wales side take on South Africa at Twickenham.


  3. The first CX Day JohannesburgRead the original story w/Photo

    47 min ago | Bizcommunity

    Customer Experience "passionata" and professionals gathered on 6 October to show and tell and share their stories. Like a Harley Davidson community of bikers on a breakfast run they strutted their stuff.


  4. Amnesty releases eight point plan in response to refugee crisisRead the original story

    53 min ago | Ekklesia Daily News

    The catastrophic moral failure of world leaders who argue among themselves while leaving millions of people to suffer in appalling conditions will define their legacy for generations to come, said Amnesty International today as it released an eight-point plan to tackle the multiple global refugee crises. Horrific violence in Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, and conflicts in sub-Saharan Africa and elsewhere have seen the global refugee population soar to unprecedented levels.


  5. Echo Shopper launches in Durban at month endRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Bizcommunity

    The Echo Shopper , an Ads24 monthly newspaper, will be available in Durban and surrounds from end of October 2015. The free newspaper will launch with 16 pages and a print run of 100,000.


  6. Home based Black Stars CHAN opponent Ivory Coast to arrive in Ghana on ThursdayRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago |

    The Elephant's of La Cote D'lvoire are expected to arrive in Ghana on Thursday to begin preparations for their CHAN qualifier against the home based Black Stars. The first leg of the two leg tie will come off at the Baba Yara Sports stadium on Sunday the 18th of October before the Stars travel to Abidjan for the second leg a week later.


  7. Lab staff at Glasgow hospital told NOT to leave the country over Ebola fearsRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Evening Times

    LABORATORY staff at a Glasgow hospital have been told not to leave the country and monitor their temperature daily after handling bodily fluids from Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey, it has been claimed. The 39-year-old was rushed by ambulance to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital last week after again showing symptoms of the deadly disease.


  8. Warrimoo stay inspires authorRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Blue Mountains Gazette

    A six-month homestay in Winmalee last year by British tourist Sharon Cracknell inspired her to pen her first book, published last week and already in the running for the 2016 Stanford Dolman Travel Book of the Year Award. Leeds resident Sharon Cracknell in the Blue Mountains last year, where she penned her first travel book while on a six-month homestay in Warrimoo.


  9. Jeffrey William MarksRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | The Star Press

    Born in Muncie on March 27, 1946, he graduated from Albany High School in 1964. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Education and Master of Arts Degrees in Education and History from Ball State University.


  10. Dr Mengi calls for stronger ties with Turkish investorsRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | IPPMEDIA

    Tanzania Private Sector Foundation chairman Dr Reginald Mengi in talks with Turkey's Ambassador to Tanzania, Yasemin Eralp, at his office in Dar es Salaam yesterday. Tanzania Private Sector Foundation Chairman and IPP Executive Chairman, Dr Reginald Mengi has called on Turkish businesses to come and invest in different social and economical sectors including the agricultural sector.


  11. All countries must fight counterfeits, says Chinese envoyRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | IPPMEDIA

    All nations have the duty to join hands in the war against counterfeit and substandard products instead of apportioning blames to a few countries, China's Ambassador to Tanzania, Lu Youqing has said. The envoy's challenge comes as the world prepares to commemorate the World Standards Day tomorrow and his country being one of those accused of feeding the world market with low quality products.


  12. .com | EcoMobility: The Un-Trained IRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | News24

    The streets of Sandton haven't been this exciting since the snow falls of August 2006. No, I'm not referring to the weather, but to the EcoMobility World Festival 2015 being held in our province's financial hub this month.


  13. Laos sees first case of polio for more than 20 years, as virus re-emerges around worldRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | South China Morning Post

    Pakistani health worker administers a polio vaccine to a child during a vaccination campaign in southwest Pakistan's Quetta. Photo: Xinhua The World Health Organisation has reported that an eight-year-old boy in Laos became paralysed from the poliovirus in early September and died five days later.


  14. Indigo at home: A classic, modern and just plain chic colorRead the original story

    5 hrs ago |

    This framed indigo circles abstract giclee print is part of Pottery Barn's new "reimagined indigo" design theme.


  15. WHO reports rare poliovirus death in LaosRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Star Tribune

    The World Health Organization reported Monday that an 8-year-old boy in Laos became paralyzed from the poliovirus in early September and died five days later. The case is believed to be the first infection in the country since 1993 and is part of an alarming re-emergence of polio around the world in recent months.


  16. Best cities serve 8-, 80-year-oldsRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    A six-lane road in Copenhagen, Denmark, was altered to include just two lanes flanking a three-mile-long parkway. 8 80 Cities If 8- and 80-year-olds can go safely from home to park to school to shops, then it's a great city.


  17. Commuting Nairobi StyleRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 14 | Verge Magazine

    Commuting in Nairobi is fast-paced, especially on public transit. Matatus are the local buses.


  18. REVERBdance Festival to Run 11/6-8Read the original story

    18 hrs ago |

    REVERBdance Festival celebrates its 10th year of presenting a stimulating variety of works by both seasoned and emerging contemporary dance artists, including dance theater choreography, solo performers, and dance companies. The dancers and choreographers hail from around the U.S., South Africa, London, and Japan.


  19. Lithuania vs England Euro 2016 qualifier LIVE: Three Lions chase...Read the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Lewandowski has hit 15 goals in six games to become Europe's most fearsome striker... and here's how Klopp took him to the top after Blackburn let slip a A 4m deal to bring him to Premier League Van Persie and Depay in bust-up: Holland duo have training-ground row in build-up to crunch Euro 2016 qualifiers Fergie told Rio: 'If I had given you too much credit, you would have got carried away with your personality' Barcelona B captain slams Enrique for not caring: 'I have no contact with him, nor do I have anything to say' Poaching players is not my cup of tea! Klopp insists he won't raid Dortmund to bring Reus and Co to join him at Liverpool Klopp does not scare us, Rodgers was meant to be new Shankly! Rival fans give their view on Liverpool boss Top 50 best Premier League quotes ever: Mourinho and Wenger feature as we kick off our series all this week England's embarrassment goes on as ... (more)


  20. In post-Ebola Sierra Leone, aid is needed, but not all is helpfulRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Christian Science Monitor

    Ebola came to Kpondu in mid-2014 like a rainstorm in Sierra Leone's wet season - sudden and furious. It began with the death of a local traditional healer who had fallen ill after a trip across the nearby border into Guinea.