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From Ambassador Robin Renee Sanders, BlogIt-rrs: The Africa Post (TAP) Fri Oct 31 2014, 00:24:00

Sanders Highlights Important Role of Africa to Gannon University Students

A FEEEDS BlogSpot

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From ONE Thu Oct 30 2014, 22:04:17

ONE Campus and ONE Girls & Women is taking the month of October to honor the work of female college students across the country who are changing the world through their activism, leadership, and ambition, all before the age of 22. For the third post in the series, ONE Campus Leader and University of Washington...

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From MEI Editor's Blog Thu Oct 30 2014, 20:10:00

It all started with Sweden's recent decision to recognize the State of Palestine.

That inspired Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman to comment:

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From Aid | The Guardian Thu Oct 30 2014, 20:01:08

Independent Commission for Aid Impact says women bearing brunt of corruption as department gets second-worst rating

The UKs Department for International Development (DfID) is failing to address the petty but widespread corruption that blights the daily lives of the worlds poorest people and has a particularly corrosive impact on women and girls, Britains aid watchdog has warned.

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From Timbuktu Chronicles Thu Oct 30 2014, 19:59:00

From SciDev:

Scientist Nina Wambiji talks about how the support she has received from AWARD (African Women in Agricultural Research and Development) has helped her become a leading researcher in her field. She was granted a fellowship at AWARD after obtaining a PhD in Japan for her research on rabbitfish. AWARD is a two year career development programme for some of Africa's most innovative female agricultural scientists. She outlines why she believes more women in Kenya do not become fisheries researchers, emphasising the need for mentoring to encourage more women to pursue scientific careers. More here

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From Timbuktu Chronicles Thu Oct 30 2014, 19:59:00

From SciDev:

Scientist Nina Wambiji talks about how the support she has received from AWARD (African Women in Agricultural Research and Development) has helped her become a leading researcher in her field. She was granted a fellowship at AWARD after obtaining a PhD in Japan for her research on rabbitfish. AWARD is a two year career development programme for some of Africa's most innovative female agricultural scientists. She outlines why she believes more women in Kenya do not become fisheries researchers, emphasising the need for mentoring to encourage more women to pursue scientific careers. More here

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From Global Public Square Thu Oct 30 2014, 19:05:02

By Fareed Zakaria Of course, it may be too soon to celebrate Tunisia's success. It faces a youth unemployment rate of about 30 percent. The government is also battling Islamist militants at home, and recent reports have suggested that the Arab world's only democracy is also its biggest exporter of fighters to join the Islamic [...]

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From Timbuktu Chronicles Thu Oct 30 2014, 19:03:00

Founded by Ayodeji Aladejebi:

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