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By Jeremy Lind and Patrick Mutahi A year has passed since Al-Shabaab militants laid siege of the Westgate shopping centre in Nairobi. The attack, believed to have been carried out by four gunmen,...
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In the immediate aftermath of Mpeketoni, Interior Secretary Joseph Ole Lenku blamed the opposition Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) led by former Prime Minister Raila Odinga for inciting the...
2014/09/19 06:42
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I provide independent research of technology companies and was previously one of two analysts that determined the technology holdings for Atlantic Trust (Invesco's high net worth group), a firm with...
2014/09/18 18:45
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OCCUPIED JERUSALEM/RAMALLAH, West Bank: Most Palestinians have known only two leaders: Yasser Arafat, the stubble-chinned firebrand fond of chequered scarves and olive fatigues, and Mahmoud Abbas, a...
2014/09/18 14:39
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Creating unmown areas in an urban park can significantly increase flowers and pollinating insects while also leading to a greater enjoyment of the space by people, according to a University of Sussex...
2014/09/17 11:15
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... Mbeki built a library so large and so complex only he could navigate it”, writes author Stacy Hardy in A brief history of presidential libraries. She writes of Mbeki’s ability to carry his...
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... was so loud' Game of Thrones star blasted over DJ set for British uni students A STAR of hit TV series Game of Thrones was blasted for a DJ set that was "so loud" it could be heard through nearby...
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Africa needs chief scientific advisors to help governments avoid endorsing 'junk' science, writes Linda Nordling. Government science advisors from across the globe met for their first get-together...
2014/09/14 11:12
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Dave Goulson is a professorial bee man (at the University of Sussex, he is the queen of the Goulson Lab) but he is also very good at writing accessibly about his study systems. His book about...
2014/09/12 16:29
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IDS Director Melissa Leach welcomed delegates from all over the world attending the 25th biennial conference of the African Studies Association UK (ASAUK) which marked its 50th anniversary. In her...
2014/09/12 12:52
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Government science advisors from across the globe met for their first get-together last month (28-29 August) in Auckland, New Zealand. The meeting brought together scientists from many countries,...
2014/09/12 10:30
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The withdrawal of 25-year leases from Zanu-PF heavyweights in Save Valley Conservancy in Chiredzi who are believed to have been double-dipping has come as good news to progressive Zimbabweans....
2014/09/08 10:24
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The shortlist for the inaugural New Statesman/SPERI prize in political economy has been announced. The award is a collaboration between New Statesman magazine and the Sheffield Political Economy...
2014/09/08 10:13
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... eternal intern” used to be the one who asked too many questions, ballsed up key tasks and generally got it so wrong that no firm ever hired them at the conclusion of their work experience...
2014/09/07 01:42
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I provide independent research of technology companies and was previously one of two analysts that determined the technology holdings for Atlantic Trust (Invesco's high net worth group), a firm with...
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2014/09/06 02:44
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Talking turtles Amazonian river turtles may have a richer social life than previously thought. Scientists from the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) and Brazil’s National Institute of Amazonian...
2014/09/05 19:16
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Ian McEwan’s new novel centres around a family court judge who gets too involved in one of her cases. She blows it, McEwan tells Linda Herrick. Renowned British literary figure Ian McEwan. Photo /...
2014/09/04 17:04
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FRIENDS of the Earth, whose aim is to champion policies which protect the environment, is worthy of applause. Clearly, your correspondent Brenda Pollack, (Observer, August 21), has been persuaded...
2014/09/03 14:29
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Perverse adj. deliberately deviating from what is regarded as normal, good, or proper (Collins English Dictionary) DFID claims to be a world leader in developing results-based aid, and now Payment by...
2014/09/01 10:12
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Sir Tony Baldry was educated at Leighton Park, University of Sussex, and Lincoln’s Inn and has been an MP since 1983. He was knighted for political and public services in the Queen’s Birthday Honours...
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