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WBGO-FM Newark
Conversations with Allan Wolperevery night. She recently started a campaign to win equal pay for women working
Conversations with Allan Wolper
WBGO-FM Newark / Posted 2 days ago
every night. She recently started a campaign to win equal pay for women working in City Hall. She is the first woman of color to hold citywide office in New York, a former city council member,a Legal Aid Society public defender and an... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Towards a Transformed and More Resilient Agriculture Sector in AfricaThis article reflects on the status and progress made in the revitalisation of
Towards a Transformed and More Resilient Agriculture Sector in Africa
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 days ago
This article reflects on the status and progress made in the revitalisation of the agriculture sector in Africa. It looks at the challenges that make it difficult to increase food productivity, create decent employment, and end inequalities in our... Read more
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The New Yorker
The Big Fight Over FossilsOne evening in September, 2013, two amateur cavers, Steven Tucker and Rick Hunt
The Big Fight Over Fossils
The New Yorker / Posted 8 days ago
One evening in September, 2013, two amateur cavers, Steven Tucker and Rick Hunter, drove into a swath of semi-wilderness an hour northwest of Johannesburg and parked at the foot of a stony slope. Wearing jumpsuits and helmets with headlamps, they... Read more
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Daily Mail
Footprints left by 800,000-old ancestors during a hunt are foundhumans stalked their prey: Footprints left by our 800,000-year-old ancestors ar
Footprints left by 800,000-old ancestors during a hunt are found
Daily Mail / Posted 10 days ago
humans stalked their prey: Footprints left by our 800,000-year-old ancestors are discovered in East Africa Footprints of 'multiple' individuals found preserved in slab of sandstone The prints appear to have been made in wet sand on the shore... Read more
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ABC News
This Week in Pictures: June 11 - 17, 2016church in Santiago, Chile, June 17, 2016. A Pakistani religious student takes
This Week in Pictures: June 11 - 17, 2016
ABC News / Posted 13 days ago
church in Santiago, Chile, June 17, 2016. A Pakistani religious student takes a nap in a class during the Islamic month of Ramadan, in Peshawar, Pakistan, June 17, 2016. Muslims across the world are observing the holy fasting month of Ramadan,... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Relive 95 classic Prince Philip gaffes to mark his 95th birthday todayAs Prince Philip celebrates his 95th birthday today, many of us will be looking
Relive 95 classic Prince Philip gaffes to mark his 95th birthday today
Daily Mirror / Posted 20 days ago
As Prince Philip celebrates his 95th birthday today, many of us will be looking back on his lifetime in the public eye. Accompanying the Queen in nearly all of her royal duties, whether at home or abroad, the Duke of Edinburgh is used to being... Read more
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redOrbit
Three early human species existed alongside Lucy, study showsLucy, study shows by Brett Smith In 1974, anthropologists made a landmark dis
Three early human species existed alongside Lucy, study shows
redOrbit / Posted 21 days ago
Lucy, study shows by Brett Smith In 1974, anthropologists made a landmark discovery when they uncovered the remains of Lucy, the first known specimen of the hominin species Australopithecus afarensis. Now, according to a new study, it... Read more
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iol.co.za
Armenian ‘genocide’ a sore pointTwo national newspapers ran front-page photographs of Merkel doctored to make h
Armenian ‘genocide’ a sore point
iol.co.za / Posted 21 days ago
Two national newspapers ran front-page photographs of Merkel doctored to make her resemble Hitler. One paper, Sözcü, ran the banner headline: “Hitler’s grandchildren accuse Turkey of genocide.” The explosion of vitriol showed how sensitive the... Read more
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Yonhap News Agency
King Sejong Institute to open in 9 more overseas citiesBahrain's Manama, Vietnam's Quy Nhon and Binh Duong, Poland's Krakow, and Austr
King Sejong Institute to open in 9 more overseas cities
Yonhap News Agency / Posted 22 days ago
Bahrain's Manama, Vietnam's Quy Nhon and Binh Duong, Poland's Krakow, and Australia's Adelaide, according to the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism. By continent, this translates into five schools in Asia and two each in Europe and Oceania,... Read more
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EarthSky
Did humans evolve with grasslands?Where and how did humanity evolve? Scientists are confident that an area in wha
Did humans evolve with grasslands?
EarthSky / Posted 23 days ago
Where and how did humanity evolve? Scientists are confident that an area in what’s now Ethiopia and Kenya is the birthplace of humanity, but they’re less sure about the how. On June 6, 2016, scientists with Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory published... Read more
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New Kerala
'Lucy' had company, says new analysis of African fossils - newkerala.com #73495Washington DC, June 7:'Lucy', one of the most complete skeletons found till dat
'Lucy' had company, says new analysis of African fossils - newkerala.com #73495
New Kerala / Posted 23 days ago
Washington DC, June 7:'Lucy', one of the most complete skeletons found till date from the early hominids, wasn't alone after all! Key fossil discoveries over the last few decades in Africa hint towards the existence of multiple early human ancestor... Read more
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The News & Observer
The Day's Best Photos |near where Ali Muhammad used to train Monday, June 6, 2016, in Louisville, Ky.
The Day's Best Photos |
The News & Observer / Posted 23 days ago
near where Ali Muhammad used to train Monday, June 6, 2016, in Louisville, Ky. "I liked how flashy he was," said McKissick of Muhammad Ali. "And he did lot of good for this city." The president of Turkey and king of Jordan joined the long line of... Read more
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PhysOrg
Lucy had neighbors: A review of African fossilsindicate that multiple early human ancestor species lived at the same time more
Lucy had neighbors: A review of African fossils
PhysOrg / Posted 24 days ago
indicate that multiple early human ancestor species lived at the same time more than 3 million years ago. A new review of fossil evidence from the last few decades examines four identified hominin species that co-existed between 3.8 and 3.3... Read more
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PhysOrg
New support for human evolution in grasslands: A 24-million-year record of African plants plumbs deep pastAt Nairobi's Kenya National Museum, two Homo sapiens visit the skeleton of Turk
New support for human evolution in grasslands: A 24-million-year record of African plants plumbs deep past
PhysOrg / Posted 24 days ago
At Nairobi's Kenya National Museum, two Homo sapiens visit the skeleton of Turkana Boy, member of a precursor species known as Homo erectus. By his time, some 1.6 million years ago, the east African landscape was largely dominated by grasses. Credit:... Read more
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Fortune
Muhammad Ali: Why He MattersHis conscientious objection to the Vietnam war, and reasoned rants against a co
Muhammad Ali: Why He Matters
Fortune / Posted 26 days ago
His conscientious objection to the Vietnam war, and reasoned rants against a country fighting for freedom on the other side of the globe, while its own black citizens were denied basic rights of their own, energized a generation. Ali refused to... Read more
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The News & Observer
The Day's Best Photos |paddle in a craft in a flooded street on June 1, 2016 in Nemours, France. Torre
The Day's Best Photos |
The News & Observer / Posted 28 days ago
paddle in a craft in a flooded street on June 1, 2016 in Nemours, France. Torrential downpours have lashed parts of northern Europe in recent days, leaving four dead in Germany, breaching the banks of the Seine in Paris and flooding rural... Read more
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Perth Now
The hospital where ‘people are left to rot’A woman patient tries to cover her chest as she sits on a bed in a ravaged room
The hospital where ‘people are left to rot’
Perth Now / Posted 28 days ago
A woman patient tries to cover her chest as she sits on a bed in a ravaged room in Gabon's sole psychiatric hospital, the National Centre for Mental Health in Melen. Picture: AFP/Celia Lebur IT’S buildings are decrepit, the lawns unkempt, the... Read more
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Adelaide Now
The hospital where ‘people are left to rot’A woman patient tries to cover her chest as she sits on a bed in a ravaged room
The hospital where ‘people are left to rot’
Adelaide Now / Posted 28 days ago
A woman patient tries to cover her chest as she sits on a bed in a ravaged room in Gabon's sole psychiatric hospital, the National Centre for Mental Health in Melen. Picture: AFP/Celia Lebur IT’S buildings are decrepit, the lawns unkempt, the... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Gabon's mentally ill 'treated like animals'hospital. A patient tries to cover her chest as she sits in a decrepit room in
Gabon's mentally ill 'treated like animals'
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 29 days ago
hospital. A patient tries to cover her chest as she sits in a decrepit room in Gabon's sole psychiatric hospital, the National Centre for Mental Health in Melen Built in 1982 on the outskirts of the capital Libreville, the facility was... Read more
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Sierra Star
Community Calendar - week of June 2(559) 658-2200. Vision Academy - Senior Center: 12 noon Fourth Saturday; Schol
Community Calendar - week of June 2
Sierra Star / Posted 30 days ago
(559) 658-2200. Vision Academy - Senior Center: 12 noon Fourth Saturday; Scholarship fund raiser for Vision Academy of the Arts. 49111 Cinder Lane - behind the Community Center, Oakhurst. Details: Sheila Adams (559) 642-4329. MAMA -... Read more
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Daily Record
Letters reveal soldiers' untold crimes in Africa during WWIA SCOTS hero of the Great War’s forgotten battlefields is being remembered thro
Letters reveal soldiers' untold crimes in Africa during WWI
Daily Record / Posted 1 months ago
A SCOTS hero of the Great War’s forgotten battlefields is being remembered through his own words from the frontline to his fiancee. Letters penned by World War I medical officer Captain Alexander Wallace – who fought in East Africa and witnessed... Read more

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