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Franschhoek is not over yet. The Literary Festival in South Africa was put in the limelight by the South African writer Thando Mgqolozana when he spoke out and said he would no longer attend those white literary festivals. 40 more words


Private capital flows, official development assistance, and remittances to Africa: Who gets what?

External financial flows to sub-Saharan Africa (defined as the sum of gross private capital flows, official development assistance (ODA), and remittances to the region) have not only grown rapidly since 1990, but their composition has also changed significantly. 320 more words

Lassa Fever Patient Treated Twice At New Jersey Hospital

LIVINGSTON, N.J. (AP) — A New Jersey hospital says it twice treated a patient who died this week of an infectious disease that is rarely seen in the United States. 107 more words


For months after recovery, Ebola is essentially an STD

Though 35 new cases of Ebola have been reported last week in Ghana and Sierra Leone, the worst of the epidemic is over. Survivors, who become immune to the virus, have been… 449 more words


ICTY Prosecutor to visit Belgrade: Chief Prosecutor of the ICTY, Serge Brammertz, is set to visit Belgrade in preparation of his biannual report to the United Nations Security Council. 359 more words

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“I Was Never Taken Hostage”: Gender Minister Disputes Police Report

Monrovia- The Minister of Gender and Acting Chair of the Cabinet Madam Julia Duncan Cassell says at no time was she taken hostage by angry mob in Greenville, Sinoe County as stated by the Liberia National Police. 210 more words

N.J. patient dies of Ebola-like Lassa fever after Liberia trip


A man has died in New Jersey of Lassa fever, a disease similar to Ebola, after traveling in Liberia, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 575 more words

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