Thursday, 24 July 2014

Tunisia: Tunisia Defies Terrorists Through Music

[Magharebia]Najjar in Tunis -Tunisia ended its three-day mourning period for the soldiers slain at Jebel Chaambi, allowing the Carthage International Festival to resume on Monday (July 21st).

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Africa: Dispelling the Myths of Ebola

[IDS]The Ebola outbreak in Guinea and its spread to other areas of West Africa has caused global alarm. As one of the world's most infectious and deadly diseases, with no cure, the level of fear surrounding Ebola is to an extent expected. However, much of the fear is rooted in misunderstandings. Dispelling these misunderstandings is perhaps the biggest challenge in tackling Ebola and is critical to furthering our knowledge about the disease and efforts to control it.

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Africa: In Speech to Ethiopian Students, Bill Gates Urges African Countries to Continue to Learn From Each Other

[Gates Foundation]Bill Gates, co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, today set out why he is optimistic for Africa's future, stating that "the rise of this continent will depend on whether leaders – here in Ethiopia and all across Africa – are open to learning from each other, and from their own people."

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EXCLUSIVE: The LIST of Counties that support RAILA ODINGA and UHURU/ RUTO’s.

FULL LIST of 15 CORD MPs who have vowed to dump RAILA ODINGA for UHURU/ RUTO

CORD blogger, ALAI, tells RAILA ODINGA the secret to finish UHURU/ RUTO completely

Ethiopia: Bill Gates Finally Gets His College Degree

[Gates Foundation]Bill Gates is no stranger to honorary degrees. In 2007 he even got an honorary doctorate from Harvard, where he had dropped out as an undergraduate years three decades earlier. But he seems especially touched by the degree bestowed this week at Addis Ababa University in Ethiopia - Africa's oldest nation and the cradle of humanity. Ethiopian Foreign Minister r. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus,said it is the Microsoft founder's first honorary degree from and African university. Gates used his speech to tout h

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