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African Union Summit Ends Monday

African Union Summit Ends Monday | AfroSeek News | Scoop.it
An official of the African Union Keizire Boaz says leaders are committed to promoting intra-African trade and commerce (#lyonsddd African Union Summit Ends Monday - Voice of America: BBC NewsAfrican Union Summit Ends Monda...)...
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African Union opens new $200m HQ

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The African Union inaugurates its newly built Chinese-funded headquarters in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa.
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jemelehill: Since Nadal has consistently lost to Djokovic in slam finals, does that take him out of best-ever convo? Same if Brady loses to Eli again?

Since Nadal has consistently lost to Djokovic in slam finals, does that take him out of best-ever convo? Same if Brady loses to Eli again?
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jemelehill: Since Nadal has consistently lost to Djokovic in slam finals, does that take him out of best-ever convo? Same if Brady loses to Eli again?
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African Union holds first post-Gaddafi summit

African Union holds first post-Gaddafi summit | AfroSeek News | Scoop.it
Leaders expected to elect new top officials for the 54-nation bloc and discuss imminent security and trade issues.
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'Social media to change Nigeria'

'Social media to change Nigeria' | AfroSeek News | Scoop.it
Young people believe that by using social media they can start an African Spring in Nigeria.

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a's comment, January 29, 2012 10:10 PM
Very cool
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African Twitter map reveals how continent stays connected

African Twitter map reveals how continent stays connected | AfroSeek News | Scoop.it
Analysis of 11.5m tweets in last three months of 2011 shows South Africa generated the most, with more than 5m recorded (RT @ColinUdoh: For all the noise Nigerians make on Twitter, S/Africa still tops
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Bloody Sunday - 40 Years On - RTÉ News

Bloody Sunday - 40 Years On - RTÉ News | AfroSeek News | Scoop.it
Today marks the 40th anniversary of Bloody Sunday in Derry, when 14 innocent civil rights marchers were shot dead by British soldiers.
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European Football’s Fight Against Racism Not Won Yet | The Jakarta Globe

European Football’s Fight Against Racism Not Won Yet | The Jakarta Globe | AfroSeek News | Scoop.it
Paris. For football fans, Wednesday promises to be a sad day.
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Live stream from @ExxEing on Twitcam

Live stream from @ExxEing on Twitcam | AfroSeek News | Scoop.it
@ExxEing @agasagua @marinag94 @petitetincelle @sergiokas11 (Reto para Afro-man : beber agua con dos vasos a la vez (@ExxEing live on http://t.co/4XwQdaah)...)...
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a's comment, January 29, 2012 6:58 PM
great story
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love it
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Amazon.com: Walking to the Bus-Rider Blues (Jean Karl Books (Prebound)) (9780756942656): Harriette Gillem Robinet: Books

Amazon.com: Walking to the Bus-Rider Blues (Jean Karl Books (Prebound)) (9780756942656): Harriette Gillem Robinet: Books (Walking to the Bus-Rider Blues (Jean Karl Books (Prebound)): It is June, 1956 in Montgomery, Alabama.
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"Make Fishing a Priority Now!"

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We asked Senegalese fishermen what they want their government to do for the local fishing industry. Instead of one answer, we received a shout, a cry, a unanimous chorus – “Make sustainable fishing a priority!
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Internet freedom: Right to roam

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Where internet-users face the fewest restrictions...

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Top 10 civil rights leaders

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We were all taught about the civil rights movement in history class, but this fight is an ongoing battle that is still happening in our day-to-day lives. In honor of Martin Luther King Jr.  - Interesting story, what's your opinion? 

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A Mormon Explaining How Blacks are Cursed

This teaches LDS Mormons that the king of Egypt (a Black African) is of the seed of CAIN and HAM by birth 21 Now this king of Egypt was a descendant from the...
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BURUNDI: Fears of looming food shortage

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There are fears of a looming food shortage in Burundi after heavy rains damaged two successive harvests, say officials.

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Chia Yi Xuan's curator insight, February 3, 2013 4:17 AM

From this article, i can infer that agriculture plays an important role in maintaining the food supplies for everyone. It also says that whenever the people in Burundi are ready to harvest their crops, the climate or heavy storm will destroy it, the supplies of food that is stored in the people's house are also running out. There is also a rising prices in food as so most people cannot afford it and have to plant their own agriculture but it is destroyed twice by strong and heavy storm. It is also stated in the article that food stocks are depleting and there is a need for new supplies. I feel very sorry for the people living there as when they are ready to harvest their food, it will always get destroyed. I hope more people will help them by donating food supplies to them and helping them out.