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Ebola vaccine trials to start in west Africa

Up to a million doses of a possible Ebola vaccine could be shipped to countries ravaged by the deadly virus in the next 14 months Ebola vaccine trials could start in west Africa in December, leading to the potential for up to a million doses to be sent to affected countries by the end of 2015, the World Health Organization has said. “All is being put in place to start…

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Rwanda government is angry at BBC over genocide documentary, calls to ban news organization

Published October 24, 2014 Associated Press KIGALI, RWANDA –  The Rwandan government, members of parliament and genocide survivors have expressed their anger at the BBC over a recent documentary that suggested the country’s president may have had a hand shooting down of his predecessor’s plane. The hour-long documentary — “Rwanda, The Untold Story” — also quoted U.S. researchers who suggested that most of the more than 800,000 Rwandans who died…

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The Guinean town that overcame Ebola

October 2014 “When we got the results from Conakry confirming that Ebola had reached our place, we were scared,” says Dr Maurice Ony Beuvogui, the Director of the district hospital in Telimele, a Guinean town located some 270 kilometers north of the capital Conakry. “But we knew that we, health workers, have the responsibility to fight it.” Telimele district, with its 300 000-strong population, was relatively far from the country’s…

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Dr. Runoko Rashidi speaks to Barbadians

I am left after attending Dr. Rashidi’s lecture, slide presentation and arm chair chat with a couple strong feelings. The first is one of disappointment. This arose from the very poor attendance at the event on the night. I would estimate around 50 to 75 people attended. What struck me was the absence of young people in attendance and even more startling was the absence of all politicians. I would…

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Question of Lynching Lingers

In the town of Bladenboro, North Carolina, questions linger around the hanging death of a black high school football player. Pressure is growing on local officials to do more to determine whether in the early hours of Friday, Aug. 29, 17-year-old Lennon Lacy committed suicide or was lynched. On Thursday, WECT Channel 6 reported that authorities released a 911 call from the night of the hanging, in which a neighbor called…

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THEY CAME BEFORE COLUMBUS

Contrary to popular belief, African American history did not start with slavery in the New World. An overwhelming body of new evidence is emerging which proves that Africans had frequently sailed across the Atlantic to the Americas, thousands of years before Columbus and indeed before Christ. The great ancient civilizations of Egypt and West Africa traveled to the Americas, contributing immensely to early American civilization by importing the art of…

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Senegal Style African Herbal ……. Online Store

Greetings! My name is Sineta George an Afrikan American living in Senegal for 15+ years. As an American, there were things I wanted ‘my way’ that I couldn’t find. So I got some people together and made them myself. Every product that I have listed here (and more!) are things that I use – I simply rolled it over into a business and opened up opportunities for my African associates…

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