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Investing in Africa: The New Land of Opportunity
Did you know that, as recently as 2019, the top five fastest growing economies in the world were in Africa?  It may be surprising, but it’s true th...
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Kristen Bell, Hubby Dax Shepard Lip-Synch Toto’s Song “Africa” While in Africa
Kristen Bell and hubby Dax Shepard have put a capital “C” on the word cliche. The couple traveled to Africa prior to becoming parents, and...
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Sierra Leone: The Battle Against Ebola Rages On
More than half of Sierra Leone’s population is under quarantine as the Ebola outbreak continues to cause deaths in the country. The outbreak has cla...
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Google Asks for Ebola Donations, Will Match 2:1
If you opened up today, you may have noticed that Google is now prompting users to donate to the fight against Ebola. And for every dollar ...
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Google Wants To Watch You While You Work
Google revealed that it wants to start going to people’s places of business, and watch them work. It says it wants to learn about how it can hel...
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Ebola Travel Ban May Do More Harm Than Good
Some US lawmakers are calling for a travel ban on people from West African countries most affected by the Ebola virus in the attempt to safeguard Amer...
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Chocolate Prices May Soar Due To Ebola Outbreak
The price of chocolate is predicted to rise with the onset of the year’s biggest candy-consuming holidays: Halloween and Christmas. Because most of ...
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Ebola And Chocolate: Why Do Americans Care More About Sweets Than People?
On the surface Ebola and chocolate have nothing in common. One causes fear and death while the other brings both happiness and pleasure. However, the ...
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Second Ebola Infected Patient Arrives in Atlanta
A North Carolina missionary who contracted Ebola while working in Liberia was transported to the United States Tuesday to begin treatment, just days a...
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FIFA World Cup: Is Nigeria The Last Hope For Africa?
The African continent has yet to produce a World Cup-winning team. Many nations have tried, but all have failed. Even worse, most that qualify for the...
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Diamond Embargo On Ivory Coast Lifted By UN Security Council
The UN Security Council lifted the diamond trade ban against the Ivory Coast on Tuesday and reduced its arms embargo. In 2005, the diamond embargo was...
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Ebola Outbreak Confirmed to Have Spread to Liberia
The World Health Organization (WHO) this week confirmed that an outbreak of Ebola haemorrhaggic fever in Western Africa has entered Liberia. According...
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Ebola Outbreak In Guinea, At Least 59 Dead
An outbreak of the ebola virus has spread to Guinea. According to UNICEF, at least 59 people in Guinea have died from the virus. Reports indicate that...
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Elephants are Acute Listeners of Human Voices
The 1967 Disney classic, The Jungle Book, provided the American populace (and unfortunately the Republican party) with one of our most favorite adages...
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Nigeria Gay Arrests, Torture and Prison?
On Monday, Nigerian president Goodluck Jonathan signed the Same Sex Marriage Prohibition Act that criminalizes gay marriage, gay organizations and any...
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Nigeria’s Anti-Gay Bill Becomes Law Thanks To President Goodluck Jonathan
On Monday it was announced that Nigeria’s president Goodluck Jonathan signed into law a bill that criminalizes “amorous relationships” between s...
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10 Countries With The Shortest Life Span
When observing the lifespans of groups of people by country, the statistics can get quite cumbersome. But this study mostly observed socioeconomic fac...
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Boko Haram: Priest Kidnapped in Cameroon Set Free
On Tuesday December 31, the Islamic militia of Boko Haram set free French priest Georges Vandenbeusch following a seven-week captivity. He arrived in ...
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White Army Forces in S. Sudan Stand Down, Mostly
Following more than two weeks of violent conflict that has killed almost 1,000 players and displaced thousands more, the 25,000 man-strong White Army ...
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South Sudan Coup Attempt Has Been Halted
In 2011, South Sudan became the newest nation on planet Earth, splitting from Sudan after years of brutal civil wars. Since it gained its independence...
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