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2014/11/21 07:29
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By Misha Hussain And Tim Pearce Dakar — The best way for businesses in West Africa, from local firms to multinational corporations, to help fight the deadly Ebola virus is by remaining viable and...
2014/11/21 07:29
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2014/11/20 09:29
2014/11/20 09:29
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London — Nick Clegg spoke at an event organised on behalf of the British Red Cross and IFRC to raise money and awareness to tackle Ebola. The British public have been amongst the first to step up to...
2014/11/19 14:31
2014/11/19 14:31
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Is there a cure? There is no known cure or vaccine for the virus and the disease kills between 25 and 90 per cent of its victims. The fatality rate of the current strain appears to be roughly 70 per...
2014/11/19 11:25
2014/11/19 11:25
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Where there’s a will, there could be a better way Whether it's down to inertia, feeling too young or too poor, or just not wanting to think about death, a staggering six out of 10 UK adults do not...
2014/11/19 09:53
2014/11/19 09:53
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West Ham United marked the 100th anniversary of the famous Christmas Truce matches played between British and German soldiers in December 1914 by taking part in the annual Christmas Truce Tournament...
2014/11/18 16:18
2014/11/18 16:18
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The pair have rarely seen each other since Victoria and her family moved back to London but they more than made up for lost time as they donned their cocktail finery for Eva�s 5th annual Global Gift...
2014/11/18 10:30
2014/11/18 10:30
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London — In 1854, physician John Snow identified the main source of a cholera epidemic in London using a map, and with it established the field of epidemiology. In a lecture theatre - fittingly named...
2014/11/17 17:16
2014/11/17 17:16
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The race for the Christmas number one is on with several Merseysiders amongst those hoping to take the top spot. From love-struck penguins and touching WW1 tributes, to X Factor hopefuls and X Factor...
2014/11/17 16:21
2014/11/17 16:21
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EXCLUSIVE: Aid agencies 'exploiting Ebola orphans to fund lavish lifestyle in luxury $800-a-night hotels' Aid agency workers living in fancy hotels while orphans struggle to eat Liberia minister...
2014/11/16 21:36
2014/11/16 21:36
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MOST of the history we have of the medical profession in our area is concerned with doctors, a limited amount on the hospitals, but little of the nursing staff. The early hospitals were private,...
2014/11/15 06:07
2014/11/15 06:07
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Drivers urged to be flood aware, ahead of wet and windy winterRain and windy weather in Sudbury town centre As the nights draw in, the rain comes down and the coats come out, our extended summer is...
2014/11/14 00:29
2014/11/14 00:29
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Bangkok — Meet Bitcoin: An encrypted digital currency the value of which has fluctuated sharply in recent years. It does not exist physically, there is no authority that oversees it, and you need...
2014/11/13 19:24
2014/11/13 19:24
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Eric Reaney, from Brandhall, Oldbury, who turns 90 tomorrow, has been volunteering at Smethwick Food Bank for the last three years. When he informed Coral Musgrave, volunteer co-ordinator at the food...
2014/11/13 16:36
2014/11/13 16:36
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Is there a cure? There is no known cure or vaccine for the virus and the disease kills between 25 and 90 per cent of its victims. The fatality rate of the current strain appears to be roughly 70 per...
2014/11/13 13:26
2014/11/13 13:26
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SOLICITORS in Burnham are reminding residents to take advantage of Will Aid’s Make a Will Month. The scheme gives people the opportunity to have a will written by a solicitor without paying the...
2014/11/12 09:33
2014/11/12 09:33
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Mencap, the learning disability charity, and Inclusive Employers have issued a lobbying pack, allowing employees across the country to challenge their employer to adopt a more diverse recruitment...
2014/11/11 14:31
2014/11/11 14:31
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Is there a cure? There is no known cure or vaccine for the virus and the disease kills between 25 and 90 per cent of its victims. The fatality rate of the current strain appears to be roughly 70 per...
2014/11/11 14:05
2014/11/11 14:05
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Hundreds pay their respects at Norwich’s Armistice Day service The Norwich Remembrance service at the War Memorial, taken by Rev Janet Wyer. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY Hundreds of people gathered at...
2014/11/11 10:20
2014/11/11 10:20
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A special new version of The Farm’s 1990 hit ‘All Together Now’ has been recorded to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Christmas Truce football match Stars from the UK music industry,...
2014/11/10 14:44
2014/11/10 14:44
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FLICKR, SUE CLARKIn 2010, Ivan Gayton of Doctors Without Borders responded to call from a nun in Haiti, who described how her town was suffering from an outbreak of cholera following a massive...
2014/11/21 07:29
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