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Liberia imposes curfew over Ebola
BBC - 10 Hours ago
Liberia has imposed a night-time curfew and has quarantined a slum in the capital Monrovia in a bid to halt the deadly Ebola outbreak. President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf said the curfew would be from 21:00
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Egyptian cease-fire efforts collapse as fighting resumes
San Francisco Chronicle - 8 Hours ago
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip -- Egyptian attempts to broker an end to a monthlong war between Israel and Hamas militants collapsed in heavy fighting Tuesday, with Palestinian militants firing dozens of rockets
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China presses South Sudan over renewed violence
Reuters India - 8 Hours ago
BEIJING, Aug 20 (Reuters) - China's foreign minister pressed his South Sudan counterpart over renewed violence in the oil-rich state, demanding an immediate ceasefire and political dialogue in the country
03:40 China presses South Sudan over renewed violence NewsRT.co.uk
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In 2011 interview, James Foley discusses being captured in Libya
CBS News - 9 Hours ago
James Foley, the American journalist purported to be the victim of beheading in a recently released video from the terrorist group ISIS, was a guest on "The Early Show" in 2011. Foley, who was taken captive
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South Africa's Anderson battles through
MSN Philippines - 8 Hours ago
Kevin Anderson of South Africa returns a shot from Adrian Mannarino of France during the Winston-Salem Open at Wake Forest University on August 19, 2014 in Winston Salem, North Carolina - by Jared C.
South Africa’s Anderson battles through Citizen.co.za
South Africa's Anderson battles through (AFP) Yahoo! News Australia
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UPDF Somalia troops not paid for six months
The Observer Uganda - 9 Hours ago
UPDF soldiers keeping peace in Somalia have not been paid for six months, The Observer has learnt. Frustrated, the soldiers have asked Parliament to intervene. Each soldier draws a gross salary of $1,028
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Liberia imposes Ebola quarantine and curfew in a Monrovia slum
Los Angeles Times - 10 Hours ago
Liberia's president declared a curfew and ordered security forces to quarantine a slum in Monrovia that is home to at least 50,000 people late Tuesday as the West African country battled to stop the spread
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Political diagloue sole way for South Sudan reconciliation, says Chinese FM
People.com.cn - 9 Hours ago
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi told his South Sudanese counterpart Marial Benjamin in Beijing on Tuesday political dialogues are the sole way for South Sudan to realize national reconciliation. Concerning
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China sends peacekeeping troops to Darfur
People.com.cn - 9 Hours ago
JI'NAN, Aug. 19 -- A total of 105 Chinese officers and soldiers departed on Tuesday from east China's Ji'nan City for Sudan's Darfur on a peacekeeping mission, according to military sources. The peacekeepers,
XINHUA - China sends peacekeeping troops to Darfur Namibia Press Agency
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WRAPUP 4-Liberia fights Ebola in capital, W. Africa toll tops 1,200
Reuters UK - 9 Hours ago
2:13am BST * Liberia records most new deaths, worries over Monrovia * WHO: "cautious optimism" over halting Nigeria spread * Suspected cases who fled looted Monrovia centre found * Food deliveries
CORRECTED-WRAPUP 2-Liberia fights Ebola in capital, W. Africa toll tops 1,200 Reuters UK
WRAPUP 3-Liberia fights Ebola in capital, W. Africa toll tops 1,200 Reuters
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Number of Ebola cases in W African rises to 2,240
Xinhua News Agency - 10 Hours ago
UNITED NATIONS, Aug. 19 (Xinhua) -- The number of Ebola cases in Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria and Sierra Leone, has reached 2,240 and a total of 1,229 deaths were also registered, UN spokesman Steaphane Dujarric
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SAP to Invest as Much as $500 Million in Africa to Boost Growth
Bloomberg - 10 Hours ago
SAP SE, the biggest maker of business-management software, said it will invest as much as $500 million in Africa through 2020 as the company seeks to increase spending in faster-growing markets. The
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Liberia President Declares Ebola Curfew
Time - 11 Hours ago
(MONROVIA, Liberia) — Liberia’s president has declared a curfew and is imposing a quarantine of a major slum in the capital Monrovia as the death toll mounts from Ebola. President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf
Liberia to enforce Ebola curfew BT.com
03:36Liberia to enforce Ebola curfew Kerryman
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Aussie captain Clarke insists Zimbabwe not 'token tour'
Bangkok Post - 8 Hours ago
SYDNEY - Captain Michael Clarke on Wednesday insisted Australia's visit to Zimbabwe was not a "token tour" or World Cup audition but was all about winning as players return to international action. 
Cricket: Clarke insists Zimbabwe not … Yahoo! India
Cricket: Clarke insists Zimbabwe not 'token tour' Yahoo! India
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Nigeria Telecom Network Expansion and Upgrade [TendersInfo (India)]
TMC Net - 8 Hours ago
N Nigeria Telecom Network Expansion and Upgrade [TendersInfo (India) (TendersInfo (India) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Scope of work: Expand and Upgrade Telecom Network in Nigeria. Background: Etisalat
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CAPE TOWN, South Africa — Nestled incongruously in the hill overlooking a sheltered
St. Petersburg Times Russia - 8 Hours ago
The St. Petersburg Times Published: August 20, 2014 (Issue # 1825) Rich Russians are increasingly keen on buying into the sun, sea and mountain lifestyle on offer in South Africa. Photo: Warren
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South Africa beat Zim by 61 runs
New Zimbabwe.com - 8 Hours ago
South Africa 257 (du Plessis 55, Utseya 2-39) beat Zimbabwe 196 (Williams 55, McLaren 3-21) by 61 runs QUINTON de Kock tied a one-day international record as on Tuesday to take an unbeatable 2-0 lead
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UN Warns of Alarming Humanitarian Situation in Central African Republic
Russia Profile - 8 Hours ago
UNITED NATIONS, August 20 (RIA Novosti) - Four weeks before the UN is scheduled to take over the peacekeeping mission in the Central African Republic, the organization reports continued sectarian violence
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Tens of Thousands African Elephants Killed Every Year
Tempo.co - 8 Hours ago
TEMPO.CO , Jakarta - More than 33,000 African elephants were killed each year between 2010 and 2012, putting the species near extinction. “Our analysis demonstrates the heavy toll illegal ivory trade
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World Food Programme 'scaling up' Liberia's Ebola crisis
ITV.com - 8 Hours ago
Two food trucks with provisions for thousands of families stuck went into quarantine areas as the country battles to control an Ebola epidemic that has so far claimed over 1,200 people in the region.
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How Sierra Leone is screening travelers for Ebola
Toronto Star Online - 8 Hours ago
With 2,240 Ebola cases now reported , the World Health Organization is urging the four countries affected by the deadly outbreak to perform exit screening at “international airports, seaports and major
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James Foley: Murdered US journalist recalled 'life and death' moment during capture
ABC Online - 8 Hours ago
Related Story: Captured journalist beheaded in Islamic State propaganda video Murdered American journalist James Foley had been held captive before. Foley, a correspondent for Boston news site GlobalPost,
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Liberian president declares Ebola curfew
Hong Kong Standard - 8 Hours ago
(24 mins ago) Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf announced a night-time curfew from Wednesday and the quarantine of two neighbourhoods, including one in the capital Monrovia, in a bid to stem
Liberian president orders Ebola curfew Drum
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Liberian president orders curfew over Ebola outbreak
Bangkok Post - 9 Hours ago
MONROVIA - Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf announced a nighttime curfew from Wednesday and the quarantine of two neighbourhoods, including one in the capital Monrovia, in a bid to stem the deadly
Liberia president orders curfew over Ebola outbreak PM News Nigeria
Liberian president orders curfew over Ebola outbreak (AFP) Yahoo! News Australia
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Travelpro Introduces the National Geographic Explorer Cape Town and Leather Briefcase
MENAFN - 8 Hours ago
Travelpro Introduces the National Geographic Explorer Cape Town and Leather Briefcase Collections
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