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EUROZONE CRISIS 
The Eurozone crisis has become a buzzword, but most people are oblivious as to how this will affect them personally. The crisis was sparked by Greece's inability to meet its borrowing obligations, very similar to a situation where you are unable to pay your bank loan due to a job loss or cut in salary. Because of this, many banks who were lenders to Greece are experiencing a cash crunch.

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Unbound presents HEMISPHERES: Sound Photographs from Madagascar
Stock Nod - 2 Hours ago
Our assignment was simple: find the best music from the Unbound community in Madagascar and record it. Along the way, we encountered inspiring people who enriched our journey. We took what we found
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Burkina Faso General Takes Power After President Resigns
Bloomberg - 3 Hours ago
Burkina Faso’s president, Blaise Compaore, resigned after four days of protests, and the armed forces chief of staff announced he was taking power. “I assume the functions of head of state,” General
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CBS US News: ?Ebola fear causes stigma against West Africans in U.S.
CBS News - 3 Hours ago
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- The biggest Ebola outbreak ever continues to grow. New reports show more than 13,000 people have been infected with the virus, almost all of them in West Africa . Nearly 5,000
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Lieutenant Colonel Zida says taking power in Burkina Faso - radio
Reuters Africa - 38 Minutes ago
2:16am GMT BURKINA FASO RESIDENT REPORTS HEARING SEVERAL MINUTES OF HEAVY GUNFIRE NEAR PRESIDENTIAL PALACE BEFORE RADIO STATEMENT © Thomson Reuters 2014 All rights reserved
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Army Chief Takes Power in Burkina Faso
Digital Chosun - 3 Hours ago
Burkina Faso's army chief has taken power in the country following the resignation of longtime President Blaise Compaore. General Honore Traore told reporters Friday in Ouagadougou that he was taking
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Lieutenant Colonel Zida says taking power in Burkina Faso - radio
Reuters Africa - 38 Minutes ago
2:16am GMT BURKINA FASO RESIDENT REPORTS HEARING SEVERAL MINUTES OF HEAVY GUNFIRE NEAR PRESIDENTIAL PALACE BEFORE RADIO STATEMENT © Thomson Reuters 2014 All rights reserved
LIEUTENANT COLONEL ZIDA CALLS ON WEST AFRICAN REGIONAL BLOC ECOWAS, INTERNATIONAL Reuters Africa
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BURKINA FASO RESIDENT REPORTS HEARING SEVERAL MINUTES OF HEAVY GUNFIRE NEAR PRESIDENTIAL
Reuters Africa - 58 Minutes ago
2:16am GMT BURKINA FASO RESIDENT REPORTS HEARING SEVERAL MINUTES OF HEAVY GUNFIRE NEAR PRESIDENTIAL PALACE BEFORE RADIO STATEMENT © Thomson Reuters 2014 All rights reserved
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Woman who traveled to West Africa being monitored for Ebola-like symptoms in Oregon
Los Angeles Times - 2 Hours ago
An unidentified woman is being monitored for Ebola-like symptoms in Oregon, health officials said Friday. The woman has been isolated and presents no danger to the public, according to a news release
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Burkina Faso's army chief dissolves gov't
Xinhua News Agency - 2 Hours ago
OUAGADOUGOU, Oct. 31 (Xinhua) -- Burkina Faso's chief of the armed forces, General Honore Nabere Traore on Thursday announced the dissolution of government and parliament. The announcement came after
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Opinion: Egypt trapped between two wars
Asharq Al Awsat - 3 Hours ago
Egypt is facing a fierce attack that aims to drag the country into a quagmire of chaos and instability that a number of other regional states have already fallen into. The terrorist attacks, which have
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Jumia Partners With The Ivorian Chamber ...
EFYTimes.com - 95 Minutes ago
In order to inaugurate their partnership, Jumia and the Ivorian Chamber of Commerce & Industry are organizing a symbolic ceremony at the Chamber of Commerce & Industry of Côte d’Ivoire on Thursday 30th
Ivorian Chamber of Commerce Partners Jumia Spy Ghana
Jumia Partners with the Ivorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Nigerian Voice
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Kenya's Kipsang, Keitany draw inspiration to conquer New York marathon
Xinhua News Agency - 3 Hours ago
NAIROBI, Oct. 31 (Xinhua) -- They are veteran road race runners, but Wilson Kipsang and Mary Keitany of Kenya will draw their inspiration far from the New York course as they seek to excel in the 42km
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Ethiopia pull out of hosting Cecafa
Xinhua News Agency - 3 Hours ago
NAIROBI, Oct. 31 (Xinhua) -- The Council of East and Central Africa Football Association (Cecafa) on Friday announced that Ethiopia had pulled out as hosts of regional football showpiece, Senior Challenge
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Kenya's rugby team lands Vodacom Cup invitation again
Xinhua News Agency - 3 Hours ago
NAIROBI, Oct. 31 (Xinhua) -- Kenya's rugby team has once again been invited to participate at next year's prestigious Vodacom Cup that runs from March 21 to May 30 in South Africa. The national rugby
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Protests Force Out Burkina Faso's President, Soldiers Vie For Power
NDTV - 40 Minutes ago
File Photo: Burkina Faso's President Blaise Compaore (AFP Photo) Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso: Burkina Faso President Blaise Compaore resigned on Friday amid mass street protests at his attempts to extend
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Zimbabwe's main opposition party leader addresses delegates in Harare
Xinhua News Agency - 46 Minutes ago
Zimbabwe's main opposition party Movement For Democratic Change (MDC)'s leader Morgan Tsvangirai addresses the delegates at his party's national congress in Harare, Zimbabwe, Oct. 31, 2014. The MDC party
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Cameroon launches national polio vaccination campaign
Xinhua News Agency - 46 Minutes ago
A health worker gives Vitamin A to a child during the national polio vaccination campaign in Yaounde, Cameroon, on Oct. 31, 2014. Cameroon launched a three-day national polio vaccination campaign cooperated
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South Africa : NEW business manager appointed for Film Finances SA FILM FINANCES
TMC Net - 59 Minutes ago
[October 31, 2014] (TendersInfo (India) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Film Finances South Africa, an arm of the Film Finances, Inc. group a global leader in completion guarantees is pleased to
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Left Bank twists traditional French fare with flavours from Africa and Asia
Globe and Mail - 69 Minutes ago
It was one of those disastrous nights when everything that could possibly go wrong at a restaurant played out with textbook precision: noisy room, amateur service, pedestrian wine, inedible steak frites.
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Nigerian held in Siolim with drugs
Times of India - 94 Minutes ago
Panaji: Anjuna police have arrested Nigerian national Collem Dom, residing at Siolim, for illegal possession of narcotics substance worth 35,000. Sources in the Anjuna police said that Dom came near the
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5k to benefit Kenyan children
Lebanon Democrat - 108 Minutes ago
People are invited to work off Halloween candy Saturday morning by participating in a run/walk to benefit starving children. The Church Missions Network will hold its 5K4K (5K for Kenya) race/walk
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China to send elite unit to Liberia to halt Ebola spread
ABC Online - 109 Minutes ago
Related Story: Ebola admissions down in Liberia but threat not over: WHO China will send an elite military unit to Liberia to help stop the spread of the deadly Ebola virus, the country's foreign ministry
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President Higgins begins major African trip
Irish Times - 2 Hours ago
President Michael D Higgins will leave Dublin this afternoon on an official two-week visit to Ethiopia, Malawi, and South Africa. He will be accompanied by his wife Sabina and in Ethiopia by Minister
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WHO says 2 suspected Ebola cases in Mali, 57 contacts sought
Times of India - 89 Minutes ago
GENEVA: Two people are suspected of having Ebola after coming into contact with a two-year-old girl who died of the disease in Mali last week, according to data from the World Health Organization and
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Govt told to pay African women targeted in S...
Times of India - 3 Hours ago
NEW DELHI: National Human Rights Commission on Friday directed Delhi government to pay Rs 25,000 each to 12 African women who were "victims of racial prejudice and unlawful acts" by the then law minister
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