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iol.co.za
Drug that sends futures up in smoke - Saturday Starson (his mother won’t allow him to see the child), his possessions and his self
Drug that sends futures up in smoke - Saturday Star
iol.co.za / Posted 12 hours ago
son (his mother won’t allow him to see the child), his possessions and his self-respect. He’s lost that because he doesn’t care what he has to do to feed his addiction to the street drug nyaope. On a Thursday afternoon, while most people are at... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Carry Out Proper Health Needs Assessmentto a story in Daily Monitor of August 28, Health Ministry officials supplied eq
Carry Out Proper Health Needs Assessment
AllAfrica.com / Posted 12 hours ago
to a story in Daily Monitor of August 28, Health Ministry officials supplied equipment to various hospitals across the country without the mandatory needs assessment. Out of a total project cost of $130 million (about Shs460 billion), more than... Read more
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The Young Witness
A ton of reasons to celebratefor two and a half years before entering the Novitiate of the Sisters of Mercy
A ton of reasons to celebrate
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
for two and a half years before entering the Novitiate of the Sisters of Mercy in Goulburn in 1932. She began her teaching career in Tocumwal in 1936 and over the years served at many centres in the south west including a term as Superior of Saint... Read more
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Daily Mail
Soldier who carried Diana's coffin says MoD 'tossed him aside'being medically discharged following 20 years of service in Afghanistan, Iraq a
Soldier who carried Diana's coffin says MoD 'tossed him aside'
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
being medically discharged following 20 years of service in Afghanistan, Iraq and Northern Ireland. He told of how his life went into a downward spiral after leaving the Army, leading to him attempting suicide, and accused the government of... Read more
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iol.co.za
Dying for right to medical paroleCorrectional Services’ Johannesburg Central Prison, also known as “Sun City” –
Dying for right to medical parole
iol.co.za / Posted yesterday
Correctional Services’ Johannesburg Central Prison, also known as “Sun City” – all the while battling to get decent health care and secure his release through medical parole. Abraham, in his 50s, has a disease that has left him with less than... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Children Threatened By Malnutritionwrites on why the government, health bodies, parents and the society must give
Children Threatened By Malnutrition
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 days ago
writes on why the government, health bodies, parents and the society must give priority to eradicating the scourge from the country. The Nigerian government may not be at war at the moment, safe for the fight to defeat Boko Haram, as that has been... Read more
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Reuters UK Edition
Serbia won't close borders to migrants - PMand their kids: they need help, they don't need condemnation and punishment."
Serbia won't close borders to migrants - PM
Reuters UK Edition / Posted 4 days ago
and their kids: they need help, they don't need condemnation and punishment." He added: "You cannot stop the flow of life with fences." Refugees would simply find other routes to get to western Europe, he said. "They can go through Bulgaria... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
CWA tackle the big issuesbeen a part of an organisation that has rallied with grit for change in rural a
CWA tackle the big issues
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 4 days ago
been a part of an organisation that has rallied with grit for change in rural and remote communities. The voice of the Country Women’s Association is louder than ever, with the national conference in Port Macquarie tackling some of the nation’s... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Serbia won't close borders to migrants - PMand their kids: they need help, they don't need condemnation and punishment."
Serbia won't close borders to migrants - PM
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 5 days ago
and their kids: they need help, they don't need condemnation and punishment." He added: "You cannot stop the flow of life with fences." Refugees would simply find other routes to get to western Europe, he said. "They can go through Bulgaria... Read more
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The Star
Serbia won't close borders to migrants - PMand their kids: they need help, they don't need condemnation and punishment."
Serbia won't close borders to migrants - PM
The Star / Posted 5 days ago
and their kids: they need help, they don't need condemnation and punishment." He added: "You cannot stop the flow of life with fences." Refugees would simply find other routes to get to western Europe, he said. "They can go through Bulgaria... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Ted Robbins breaks down in tears at emotional reunion with life-saving medics at Wythenshawe HospitalIn a poignant moment, Ted thanked the doctors and nurses at the Cardiothoracic
Ted Robbins breaks down in tears at emotional reunion with life-saving medics at Wythenshawe Hospital
Manchester Evening News / Posted 5 days ago
In a poignant moment, Ted thanked the doctors and nurses at the Cardiothoracic Critical Care unit. Recalling their care for him after his heart stopped live on stage during the opening night of Peter Kay’s Phoenix Nights show at Manchester Arena, he... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
As Last Ebola Patient Discharged 42 Days Countdown Starts TodayPresident Ernest Bai Koroma yesterday told Sierra Leoneans that the country wil
As Last Ebola Patient Discharged 42 Days Countdown Starts Today
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 days ago
President Ernest Bai Koroma yesterday told Sierra Leoneans that the country will start counting 42 days today after the last Ebola patient was discharged at the Mateneh Ebola Treatment Centre, run by the International Medical Corps. The President... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
CWA tackle the big issuesNigel McNeil and Peter Gleeson LIVE COVERAGE, from 10am: scroll down ... On W
CWA tackle the big issues
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 days ago
Nigel McNeil and Peter Gleeson LIVE COVERAGE, from 10am: scroll down ... On Wednesday's agenda: Energy Drinks The Country Women's Association of Australia (CWAA) will pressure federal, state and territory governments to ban the sale of... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
CWA tackle the big issuesNigel McNeil and Peter Gleeson LIVE COVERAGE, from 10am: scroll down ... On W
CWA tackle the big issues
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 days ago
Nigel McNeil and Peter Gleeson LIVE COVERAGE, from 10am: scroll down ... On Wednesday's agenda: Energy Drinks The Country Women's Association of Australia (CWAA) will pressure federal, state and territory governments to ban the sale of... Read more
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The Young Witness
CWA tackle the big issues | photos, videoNigel McNeil and Peter Gleeson LIVE COVERAGE, from 10am: scroll down ... On W
CWA tackle the big issues | photos, video
The Young Witness / Posted 5 days ago
Nigel McNeil and Peter Gleeson LIVE COVERAGE, from 10am: scroll down ... On Wednesday's agenda: Energy Drinks The Country Women's Association of Australia (CWAA) will pressure federal, state and territory governments to ban the sale of... Read more
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The Young Witness
CWA tackle the big issues | photos, videoNigel McNeil and Peter Gleeson LIVE COVERAGE, from 10am: scroll down ... On W
CWA tackle the big issues | photos, video
The Young Witness / Posted 5 days ago
Nigel McNeil and Peter Gleeson LIVE COVERAGE, from 10am: scroll down ... On Wednesday's agenda: Energy Drinks The Country Women's Association of Australia (CWAA) will pressure federal, state and territory governments to ban the sale of... Read more
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Western Advocate
LIVE: CWA tackle the big issuesNigel McNeil and Peter Gleeson LIVE COVERAGE, from 10am: scroll down ... On W
LIVE: CWA tackle the big issues
Western Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
Nigel McNeil and Peter Gleeson LIVE COVERAGE, from 10am: scroll down ... On Wednesday's agenda: Energy Drinks The Country Women's Association of Australia (CWAA) will pressure federal, state and territory governments to ban the sale of... Read more
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Western Advocate
LIVE: CWA tackle the big issuesNigel McNeil and Peter Gleeson LIVE COVERAGE, from 10am: scroll down ... On W
LIVE: CWA tackle the big issues
Western Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
Nigel McNeil and Peter Gleeson LIVE COVERAGE, from 10am: scroll down ... On Wednesday's agenda: Energy Drinks The Country Women's Association of Australia (CWAA) will pressure federal, state and territory governments to ban the sale of... Read more
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Kiama Independent
CWA tackle the big issuesNigel McNeil and Peter Gleeson LIVE COVERAGE, from 10am: scroll down ... On W
CWA tackle the big issues
Kiama Independent / Posted 5 days ago
Nigel McNeil and Peter Gleeson LIVE COVERAGE, from 10am: scroll down ... On Wednesday's agenda: Energy Drinks The Country Women's Association of Australia (CWAA) will pressure federal, state and territory governments to ban the sale of... Read more
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Manning River Times
LIVE: CWA tackle the big issues | photos, videoNigel McNeil and Peter Gleeson LIVE COVERAGE, from 10am: scroll down ... On W
LIVE: CWA tackle the big issues | photos, video
Manning River Times / Posted 5 days ago
Nigel McNeil and Peter Gleeson LIVE COVERAGE, from 10am: scroll down ... On Wednesday's agenda: Energy Drinks The Country Women's Association of Australia (CWAA) will pressure federal, state and territory governments to ban the sale of... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
LIVE: CWA tackle the big issues | photos, videoNigel McNeil and Peter Gleeson LIVE COVERAGE, from 10am: scroll down ... On W
LIVE: CWA tackle the big issues | photos, video
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 5 days ago
Nigel McNeil and Peter Gleeson LIVE COVERAGE, from 10am: scroll down ... On Wednesday's agenda: Energy Drinks The Country Women's Association of Australia (CWAA) will pressure federal, state and territory governments to ban the sale of... Read more
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The North West Star
LIVE: CWA tackle the big issues | photos, videoNigel McNeil and Peter Gleeson LIVE COVERAGE, from 10am: scroll down ... On W
LIVE: CWA tackle the big issues | photos, video
The North West Star / Posted 5 days ago
Nigel McNeil and Peter Gleeson LIVE COVERAGE, from 10am: scroll down ... On Wednesday's agenda: Energy Drinks The Country Women's Association of Australia (CWAA) will pressure federal, state and territory governments to ban the sale of... Read more
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Daily Liberal
LIVE: CWA tackle the big issuesNigel McNeil and Peter Gleeson LIVE COVERAGE, from 10am: scroll down ... On W
LIVE: CWA tackle the big issues
Daily Liberal / Posted 5 days ago
Nigel McNeil and Peter Gleeson LIVE COVERAGE, from 10am: scroll down ... On Wednesday's agenda: Energy Drinks The Country Women's Association of Australia (CWAA) will pressure federal, state and territory governments to ban the sale of... Read more
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Independent
Improbable ships: From hospitals to floating nuclear generatorsthousand others sleeping rough around the island, the Greek prime ministerial a
Improbable ships: From hospitals to floating nuclear generators
Independent / Posted 6 days ago
thousand others sleeping rough around the island, the Greek prime ministerial aide Alekos Flambouraris announced that the country would deal with this pressing problem by floating it. The Eleftherios Venizelos, he said, would provide the needy... Read more
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express
Hospital failures during babies' first weeks sparks urgent review of 20 NHS trustswill be reviewed by watchdogs after it emerged babies had been failed by hospit
Hospital failures during babies' first weeks sparks urgent review of 20 NHS trusts
express / Posted 7 days ago
will be reviewed by watchdogs after it emerged babies had been failed by hospitals and their trusts in the first weeks of life. The review will look at why some trust neonatal care is not good enough -The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Flicker of Hope for Environmental Justice in Ogonilandfrom where people sourced their drinking water that led to the drilling of bore
Flicker of Hope for Environmental Justice in Ogoniland
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 days ago
from where people sourced their drinking water that led to the drilling of bore hole. Since then, the vibrant aquatic life has been destroyed and the stream water became undrinkable till date. Drinking water from that stream or well is akin to... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Help - Only a Phone Call Awayservices can have a wide read Communications technology advancements are trick
Help - Only a Phone Call Away
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 days ago
services can have a wide read Communications technology advancements are trickling down to individuals' day to day life. In Ethiopia, the idea of help being a call away has been a reality since the advent of hotline services, a direct phone... Read more
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Times of Malta
Press digesta loop-the-loop at the Shoreham Air Show and descended into the A27 on Saturday
Press digest
Times of Malta / Posted 8 days ago
a loop-the-loop at the Shoreham Air Show and descended into the A27 on Saturday. The pilot is said to be "fighting for his life". He was among 15people injured. The Washington Times reports a federal judge in California has ordered the quick... Read more
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The Courier
Ballarat MHR Catherine King's maiden speechBallarat's new MHR Catherine King has addressed issues of childcare, asylum see
Ballarat MHR Catherine King's maiden speech
The Courier / Posted 8 days ago
Ballarat's new MHR Catherine King has addressed issues of childcare, asylum seekers and regional services in her maiden speech in the House of Representatives today. Mr Deputy Speaker and to the Member for Scullin may I congratulate you on your... Read more
8d
Brandon Sun
Sun interview shines on Jillian DeCosseactivities and through work and had a really good time for that year. But that
Sun interview shines on Jillian DeCosse
Brandon Sun / Posted 8 days ago
activities and through work and had a really good time for that year. But that didn’t lead to you wanting to pursue a career in education, though. You went another direction. I really enjoyed it, however. And my favourite was Grade 5. I don’t... Read more
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Daily Mail
Former 'first lady' of Cambodia's murderous Khmer Rouge diesin stock... Share this article Though two of her high-ranking co-defendants w
Former 'first lady' of Cambodia's murderous Khmer Rouge dies
Daily Mail / Posted 8 days ago
in stock... Share this article Though two of her high-ranking co-defendants were found guilty last year and sentenced to life in prison, her death highlights concerns that full justice may never be attained because death may overtake the judicial... Read more
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Torontoist
A Toronto Journalist Reports from the USSR in 1932was generally impressed with the Soviet Union. For eight weeks in the summer of
A Toronto Journalist Reports from the USSR in 1932
Torontoist / Posted 9 days ago
was generally impressed with the Soviet Union. For eight weeks in the summer of 1932, the Star‘s ace reporter explored the country, recording his impressions and insights for readers back home in a long series of dispatches. The Soviets had... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Blessed relief for bush patientswill also increase from 19 cents to 22 cents per kilometre when patients have t
Blessed relief for bush patients
Daily Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
will also increase from 19 cents to 22 cents per kilometre when patients have to travel to the city for medical treatment. Life has been a blur for the family of six-year-old Henry Davis since his condition deteriorated nine days ago. During the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Mass Exodus Into SAan article titled The deepening crisis in Zimbabwe, Cross has estimated that up
Mass Exodus Into SA
AllAfrica.com / Posted 9 days ago
an article titled The deepening crisis in Zimbabwe, Cross has estimated that up to 5 000 people a day are now crossing the country's southern border into South Africa, a number he said could translate to more than 40 000 a week or two million... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
US soldiers prevent French train massacreinjured. The other was a French man who suffered an unspecified wound to the n
US soldiers prevent French train massacre
Daily Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
injured. The other was a French man who suffered an unspecified wound to the neck, and was initially thought to have life threatening wounds as of last night. He is now believed to be out of danger. 08.44 Who are these US servicemen... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
The Texas border town where undocumented migrants are greeted with applausetaken over this stretch of south Texas. The city is flat – plotted out in a gri
The Texas border town where undocumented migrants are greeted with applause
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 11 days ago
taken over this stretch of south Texas. The city is flat – plotted out in a grid of busy highways, strip malls and healthcare centres – and surprisingly lush. McAllen is a popular destination for retirees escaping northerly winters; a huge annual... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Environmental Health in Khartoum - Cultural and Financial ChallengesKhartoum — Khartoum state is a wide urban city with a high density of populatio
Environmental Health in Khartoum - Cultural and Financial Challenges
AllAfrica.com / Posted 12 days ago
Khartoum — Khartoum state is a wide urban city with a high density of population. As the Capital of the country, Khartoum has many hospitals, universities, hotels , schools, industries, government offices market places factories and many other... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Tackling Mental Illnessgot to a point he had to be withdrawn from school due to his deteriorating heal
Tackling Mental Illness
AllAfrica.com / Posted 12 days ago
got to a point he had to be withdrawn from school due to his deteriorating health, adding that Oseodion's teachers became scared of what he might do to other students, as he was increasingly violent and unpredictable. While at their home in... Read more
12d
Unicef
In the ruins of a Syrian city, a woman’s courage endurescourage endures By Malene Kamp Jensen Despite the dangers she faces, a Syrian
In the ruins of a Syrian city, a woman’s courage endures
Unicef / Posted 12 days ago
courage endures By Malene Kamp Jensen Despite the dangers she faces, a Syrian woman dedicates herself to helping her country – working by day to deliver humanitarian aid, and by night to further her studies. And all the while, she tries to... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Lamplighters choir receive IRT grantmusic and dance, and recreation and fitness. "They will all have a positive im
Lamplighters choir receive IRT grant
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 12 days ago
music and dance, and recreation and fitness. "They will all have a positive impact on the health and quality of life of older Australians," she said. Aunty Lorraine Brown giving the Welcome to Country at the IRT Foundation funding... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Cancer treatments are of the highest standardstraffic problems, as well as being a huge establishment, we decided to have tre
Cancer treatments are of the highest standards
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 13 days ago
traffic problems, as well as being a huge establishment, we decided to have treatment through Tamworth, as we thought the country atmosphere was more to our liking. After months of treatment there was no doubt in our minds that we had made the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Govt's Strides Toward Inclusion of Previously Marginalised PersonsMahatma Gandhi's words, a nation's greatness can be measured by how it treats i
Govt's Strides Toward Inclusion of Previously Marginalised Persons
AllAfrica.com / Posted 13 days ago
Mahatma Gandhi's words, a nation's greatness can be measured by how it treats its weakest members; those in the shadows of life, the sick, the needy and the handicapped. In July, Rwanda's efforts to advance inclusion of people living with... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Shropshire and Telford council chiefs issue a bleak vision of the future « Shropshire Starare protected in the future. He said: “Often we have delivered service improve
Shropshire and Telford council chiefs issue a bleak vision of the future « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 14 days ago
are protected in the future. He said: “Often we have delivered service improvement as well as savings. Our adult social care services are the lowest cost in the UK per person, while also being independently assessed as the highest... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Girl-Child Education Key to Reducing Vvf, Maternal Mortality in Nigeria - - UNFPAeducation is key to reducing increasing cases of Vesico Vaginal Fistula ( VVF)
Girl-Child Education Key to Reducing Vvf, Maternal Mortality in Nigeria - - UNFPA
AllAfrica.com / Posted 14 days ago
education is key to reducing increasing cases of Vesico Vaginal Fistula ( VVF) in Nigeria. Ms Ratidzai Ndhlovu, UNFPA Country Representative in Nigeria said at a news briefing in Sokoto that Nigeria must invest more in the education of the... Read more
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herald ie/
€240m investment now needed for care homes, insists HSE The HSE presented a detailed costings submission to the Department of Health
€240m investment now needed for care homes, insists HSE
herald ie/ / Posted 14 days ago
The HSE presented a detailed costings submission to the Department of Health in June, based on a 2011 report on 'congregated setting'. The report recommended that thousands of people with... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
How can we fix Auckland's transport woes?and education. We look at what we are doing, what we need to do, and why Auckla
How can we fix Auckland's transport woes?
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 14 days ago
and education. We look at what we are doing, what we need to do, and why Auckland's success matters to the rest of the country. In part five of the series we look at transport. Trying to get around Auckland is one of the biggest nightmares for... Read more
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The New Statesman
Gordon Brown: Labour must seek power with a purposewhether they are able to rise out of poverty; • the sick patient and whether h
Gordon Brown: Labour must seek power with a purpose
The New Statesman / Posted 15 days ago
whether they are able to rise out of poverty; • the sick patient and whether he or she is guaranteed the best free health care; • the insecure pensioner and whether he or she is made more secure, guaranteed dignity in retirement; and • most of... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Amazon's Jeff Bezos: With Jeremy Clarkson, we're entering a new golden age of televisiondon’t seek to disrupt, we seek to delight. If you invent something completely n
Amazon's Jeff Bezos: With Jeremy Clarkson, we're entering a new golden age of television
Daily Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
don’t seek to disrupt, we seek to delight. If you invent something completely new and radical and customers don’t care about it, it’s not disruptive. Radical invention is only disruptive if customers love it.” Over its relatively young... Read more
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Daily Mail
Man whose wife died at Dignitas 18 months ago ended own life today'With a smile on his face to Beethoven’s Ode to Joy': Terminally ill man ended
Man whose wife died at Dignitas 18 months ago ended own life today
Daily Mail / Posted 16 days ago
'With a smile on his face to Beethoven’s Ode to Joy': Terminally ill man ended his own life today at the Dignitas suicide clinic before a text was sent to all his friends telling them to ‘seize the time’ Bob Cole, 68, ended his own life at Dignitas... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
On Pace for a Second, Exceptionally Severe Malaria Seasontreatment must be urgently improved in the most malaria-affected areas. In that
On Pace for a Second, Exceptionally Severe Malaria Season
AllAfrica.com / Posted 16 days ago
treatment must be urgently improved in the most malaria-affected areas. In that year, many patients were arriving in severe life-threatening condition after long journeys to access health care because adequate malaria treatment was not available at... Read more
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