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Aga Khan, spiritual leader to Muslims, divorces German princess after years in court

Aga Khan, spiritual leader to Muslims, divorces German princess after years in court | Africa | Scoop.it
PARIS - The Aga Khan, spiritual leader to millions of Muslims, has finalized his divorce from a German princess after years of legal dispute.

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This article is about how Aga Khan, the spiritual leader of Muslims have divorces with the German princess after years in the court. I think Aga Khan marry her just to get benefitual in business or something. Which made a lot of people around the world and me (a German) really mad. I decide to write about this article because I really feel bad for her. This Aga Khan guy is just so mean and just one of a idiots.

 

This article help me understand that sometimes things could wrong. Like opposite way. Usually it's German or the western country who are trying to benefit. Now it's a little different. Or just there are things like this going on because people just want to benefit of somethings.

 

This article turn out to be pretty interesting. About how people marry and then divorces because they want to benefit off something. It's pretty interesting because a lot of wealth people do that in before and present. So this is just really interesting.

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Yekoz's curator insight, March 15, 2014 9:38 AM

Um.....Spiritual leader divorcing sounds.....well!

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World Music Festival: Repainting Uganda | The Pearl Guide Uganda

World Music Festival: Repainting Uganda | The Pearl Guide Uganda | Africa | Scoop.it
Milege's 2013 edition of the Annual Uganda World Music Festival at Lake Victoria Serena Hotel.

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      The article is about people playing music in the concert in the country in Uganda, Africa.  The main ideas is about how people play music in the concert to earn money. It also help people by people donating money to the poor people in Uganda. Even though Uganda people or the government himself didn't earn much money. Still this small portion amount is helping the peoples.


    This article help me more understand more about Africa by explaining to us that some people need money. Some people need help so, and some people is willing to help. I already know this but, this is more information.  


    This article is really interesting because, it show how there are still nice people in Africa who is helping the people who is poorer than him. That is really nice out of them. I really think they're good.

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Inhye Kim's curator insight, February 23, 2014 2:05 AM

      This article I chose is about the music festival that took place at the resort in Lake Victoria last year, November. This festival was an event to discover the culture and traditional things of Uganda. There were several bands and musicians who performed in this event. There was Milege Afro-Jazz band which included six members: Manana Francis Birabi(the guitarist), Muhwezi Aricho ( keyboard player), Nakalubo Peter (drummer), and Akugizibwe Gloria (the lead singer). This band’s name was selected from the Japhadola tribe in the East of Uganda. The name symbolizes the king of the tribe. Milege Afro-music band has its own style to perform the beauty of its diverse cultures to the Ugandans. This band is also trying to promote the national unity to the people, since it is failing over the years. The other performers were: The West Nile band who sand different songs in Uganda languages, Joe from the Qwela band singing three songs, the drumming group of seven man named Saba Percussions, and Nawan who performed songs in native languages. Even though this festival didn't have many audiences, it was a great time for those people to discover new talents of Uganda.

      By reading this article, I learned how Ugandans were eager to spread their talents to the people living in Africa. I could see their efforts to work hard to show what specialties they've got. By the list of many bands in Africa, I realized how there were many Africans who loved music and how different ways they used music compared to my own country.

     This article was very entertaining for me. I was curious about how Uganda’s music was like since I was watching the film in my social studies class. It was very interesting of the bands who used music to spread Uganda’s culture. I thought they were very brave and bold to do this. I wouldn't have any bravery if I were one of them. I appreciated the effort of the bands mentioned in this article. They just looked so amazing.

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Education in Africa for Girls to get Better and Safer in the Coming Years

Education in Africa for Girls to get Better and Safer in the Coming Years | Africa | Scoop.it

Improvements in the education system in Africa have started rising since the past decade. In fact, the steps towards bringing developments in the African education scenario are being taken with such effectiveness that the girls who have been hiding behind the scenes for years will get immense academic exposure over time.


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This article is about how education in Africa is improving causing Africa to advance.  The main topic here are about how education can improve African's children. That cause Africans people to not fall behind. 

 

This help me understand that African people have to knowledge. They have technology too. They don't just live in forest. Also now that the Africans Children are revising education. Things in the feature might change!

 

I think the topic in this article is really interesting. Interesting in the way how they have some education. Now they're even getting more education. More education mean better features. Then that mean better economies. Also that mean Africa nations might just totally change. The feature can be unpredictable now!

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Meritxell's curator insight, April 8, 2014 2:22 PM

Progreso política de educación en Nigeria

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Girls who work and recieve education give almost ninety percent of their salaries to their families. A special fund will be provided for African girls and they will be getting educational stipends and scholarships. This article discusses how these women will have theopportunity  to get a better education.

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Africa News Round-Up: 14 January

Africa News Round-Up: 14 January | Africa | Scoop.it
South Sudan and Egypt feature prominently in today's round-up of stories being covered by BBC Africa. * More than 200 South Sudan civilians have drowned ...

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This article is about how more than 200 of South Sudan civilians had drowns down in the Nile Ferry accidents while they were fleeing and fighting. Also this article told us about how in Western Africa, lion will be extinct soon. 

 

This article help me understand that there are flood from the Nile river going on that killed many peoples. Also boombing Africa might cause lion to go extinct forever.

 

The topic which is discussed in the article is really interesting. It gave us many informantions about what is going on in Africa. I think it is really interesting and might even give some people a idea that bombing Africa killed lions too. Lions might be extinct forever. 

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Alexis Akwagyiram's curator insight, January 14, 2014 9:36 AM

My digest of African news stories features news that more than 200 South Sudan civilians have drowned in a Nile ferry accident while fleeing fighting, an explosion in northern Nigeria and fears that lions will soon be extinct in west Africa. The round-up features articles and videos from various news sources. 

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Expatriate labour in Africa | glObserver Global Economics

Expatriate labour in Africa | glObserver Global Economics | Africa | Scoop.it

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The main idea of this article is about how the labor are getting pay lesser than what they usually get or they just get nothing. Some extra details this article give is also about how things like this are happening more. The worker sometimes doesn't even know they're not getting paid at full price because they just want work so much.

This article help me understand that some Africans worker are not getting paid to their working or times or condition. Or sometimes just not getting the right payment amount. I know this type of things happen all around the world and in Africa already but the number or percentage is just really shocking to know.

This article turn out to be really boring. Things like this happen all around the world and i already know lot about it. So things like this turn about to be not really interesting but instead is boring. 

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Education in Africa for Girls to get Better and Safer in the Coming Years

Education in Africa for Girls to get Better and Safer in the Coming Years | Africa | Scoop.it

Improvements in the education system in Africa have started rising since the past decade. In fact, the steps towards bringing developments in the African education scenario are being taken with such effectiveness that the girls who have been hiding behind the scenes for years will get immense academic exposure over time.


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This article is about how education in Africa is improving causing Africa to advance.  The main topic here are about how education can improve African's children knowledge. This cause Africans people to not fall behind in both technology and education from other countries around the world such as German,England,America. Also if the Africa girls get some knowledge then they wouldn't to be force to have young marriage. With this then the other generation of African's girls wouldn't have to be force into young marriage. This break the cycle of Africans girls not having knowledge and their family doesn't have enough money. So they got to "sell" their daughter. To pay of money they borrow or just to made money. Also if the Africa got them self a job(s) then they should be able to improve the country economies. According to this article, the African girls don't even know about AIDS. Which cost many deaths to the girls. Also this tell how sexiest people are too. How boys work and girls are only housewife. That is really ridiculously. 

 

This help me understand that African people have to knowledge. They have technology too. They don't just live in forest. Also now that the Africans Children are revising education. Things in the feature might change! Some refugee kids might end up being a big figure in the feature up ahead. This also help me understand that some female children are being sold to pay of some dept or just for money. That is just so sad. Also how not all of them is willing to do sexual activity and don't even know about AIDS. At first, I just thought oh well they don't have knowledge because they don't have money to go to school. So they just help they're parents farm, or housework. This is really unexpected for me. 

 

I think the topic in this article is really interesting and excited. Interesting in the way that i never know before. Somethings in the article I sort of know but, it's not in detail. I just learn a lot of new knowledge or more in detail about this problem. The more I read about this article the more I learn about the problem. This feeling really made me feel excited. Also one thing about this is that, finally people can get out of poverty. People can have jobs and that mean people will be happy. That might also bring peace to the world. Little things like this can combine together and create something big!!

Also More education mean better features. Then that mean better economies. Also that mean Africa nations might just totally change. The feature can be unpredictable now!

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Meritxell's curator insight, April 8, 2014 2:22 PM

Progreso política de educación en Nigeria

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Intellectual Arts:

Girls who work and recieve education give almost ninety percent of their salaries to their families. A special fund will be provided for African girls and they will be getting educational stipends and scholarships. This article discusses how these women will have theopportunity  to get a better education.

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South Africa Mining Industry's Gloomy Future - YouTube

South Africa's 20th Annual African Mining Indaba, has wrapped up, in Cape Town, South Africa. Most delegates attending the event noted that the outlook for t...


Via Alexis Akwagyiram
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The main topic of this article is about the mining in Africa. How the miner (worker) and the boss of the miner are unhappy about the working condition and the income for both.

This article help me understand that even though mining might look harsh and it paid good income. Sometimes things like this can happen. Too much work, not much income for both miner and the boss, and how sometimes people risk their life to do this job.

I think the topic here is really interesting. Like who would think this would be happening? Who would think that the boss would be not getting income like the worker? I think this article really give us deep information about what is happening. This article is really helpful! 

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Alexis Akwagyiram's curator insight, February 7, 2014 1:13 PM

Delegates at South Africa's 20th annual  mining conference (for the entire continent) - which was recently held in Cape Town - seemed to feel the outlook for the country's mining industry in 2014 was gloomy. Much of that seems to be due to the industrial disputes that have plagued the sector.