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HowStuffWorks "Geography of Africa"

HowStuffWorks "Geography of Africa" | Australia Europe Africa | Scoop.it
The geography of Africa includes rivers, lakes, mountains, coastlines and more. Learn all about the geography of Africa at HowStuffWorks.
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Jay and i chose this article because it involves the geography of africa and how it affects peoples loves.

EQ: why was africa called the "Dark continent"?

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Steinmeier: 'Politics is our Africa priority' | Germany | DW.DE | 25.03.2014

Steinmeier: 'Politics is our Africa priority' | Germany | DW.DE | 25.03.2014 | Australia Europe Africa | Scoop.it
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier is on a tour of Africa. He told DW on the first leg of his trip in Ethiopia that economic and democratic development cannot be separated.
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POLITICS

Zack and I chose this article because It shows you how politics in some countries inAfrica tie in with politics from other countries. 

EQ: why do you think the German minister is visiting Ethiopia and what are his intentions?

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Valcke: We will help Africa improve - FIFA.com

Valcke: We will help Africa improve - FIFA.com | Australia Europe Africa | Scoop.it
A seminar in Johannesburg has benefitted 26 member associations from Africa, with FIFA Secretary General Jérôme Valcke expressing FIFA’s support to the continent and desire to see an African team reach the FIFA World Cup Final.
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SOCIAL

Zack and I chose this article because it discusses Africa's future plans for the huge social event the World Cup.

EQ: what is Africa doing and how is FIFA helping them?

 

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Russian habits leave empty seats at Sochi Winter Olympics

Russian habits leave empty seats at Sochi Winter Olympics | Australia Europe Africa | Scoop.it
Who is to blame – what is to blame for the empty seats at venues at the Winter Olympics? Not tickets sales. Ninety-two percent for all the events have been sold say the Sochi…
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Zack and I chose this article because with the Olympics currently being held in Europe there is a lot of entertainment buzz in the continent.  Do you feel like the Olympics tight security will effect the spectators In a good or bad way? Why?

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Schengen and the Free Movement of People Across Europe

Schengen and the Free Movement of People Across Europe | Australia Europe Africa | Scoop.it
Schengen eliminated border controls between European countries, and established a common external border. MPI's Julia Gelatt explains the changes brought by Schengen and the effects Schengen has had on European border control, visa, and asylum policies.
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Jay and I chose this article because it shows how 'schengen' affects the movement of people through europe. EQ: How do you feel about 'schengen'? do you think it is good or bad? explain.

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Winter Olympics: On top of poor water and double-toilets, Russian government admits spying on showers

Winter Olympics: On top of poor water and double-toilets, Russian government admits spying on showers | Australia Europe Africa | Scoop.it
On the same day the Russian deputy prime minister told gays coming to the Winter Olympics not to touch children, he divulged that cameras are keeping an eye on Olympic tourists while they’re in the shower.
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Zack and I chose this article because it relates to European politics occuring right now. How do you feel about the cameras in Sochi? Do you feel that Sochi is a safe place to have the olympics still?

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Australian Census Religion - .id

Australian Census Religion tends to prompt a lot of discussion around the time of Census, though it has only one of 51 questions asked. Find census results about Australian religions here.
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Zack and I chose this article because it compares what religion is most practiced and which is least practiced and how they have been increasing or decreasing.   Compare the most practiced religion to the least practiced.

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Australia’s consumption of natural resources – a report - Australian Science

Australia’s consumption of natural resources – a report - Australian Science | Australia Europe Africa | Scoop.it
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jay and I chose this article because it shows how Australians use their land, and why countries land use goes down when their economy goes up. Analyze why a countries land use goes down when athe economy goes up?

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Tony Abbott elected Prime Minister

Tony Abbott elected Prime Minister | Australia Europe Africa | Scoop.it
Prime Minister-elect Tony Abbott today said he was ready for a 'solid day's work' the night after leading the coalition to power in a landslide victory over Labor.
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We chose this article about Tony Abott being elected Prime Minister because that is huge in the Australian politics. When was the Peimw Miniater prepared for his first day of work?
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HIV drug innovator wins 2013 Obasanjo science prize - SciDev.Net Sub-Saharan Africa

HIV drug innovator wins 2013 Obasanjo science prize - SciDev.Net Sub-Saharan Africa | Australia Europe Africa | Scoop.it
A South African scientist wins an award for an invention that enhances drug treatment of children with HIV/AIDS.
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Jay and I chose this article because it has to do with aids in africa which is a big problem.

EQ: Why do you think aids is a big problem in africa?

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11 Infamous Cults with Extreme Beliefs - Cracked History

11 Infamous Cults with Extreme Beliefs - Cracked History | Australia Europe Africa | Scoop.it
A Brief History On March 26, 1997, 39 members of the “Heaven’s Gate” cult were found to have committed suicide with the intention of being picked up by an alien spacecraft and taken somewhere into outer space where they presumably would find eternal happiness.  Cults have been around about as long as there has been
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RELIGION 

Zack and I chose this article because it discusses a variety of beliefs in Africa

EQ: compare some of your personal beliefs with freemasonry. How do they compare and differ?

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How Nigeria Became Africa's Largest Economy Overnight

How Nigeria Became Africa's Largest Economy Overnight | Australia Europe Africa | Scoop.it
Does the continent's most-populous country deserve its new title?
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Economy 

 

Jay and I chose this article because it has to do with  Nigeria's economy and how they grew so fast over night. EQ: Should other African countries update their economies more often? why or why not?

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European perspectives on religion in public | ERC: European Research Council

European perspectives on religion in public | ERC: European Research Council | Australia Europe Africa | Scoop.it
The main goal of the European Research Council (ERC) is to encourage high quality research in Europe through competitive funding
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Zack and I chose  this article because it discusses religious freedom in Europe.  How do you feel about being bake to wear items of clothing supporting your religion.

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U.S., European scientists at work on REAL 'Death Star' - Technology - Catholic Online

U.S., European scientists at work on REAL 'Death Star' - Technology - Catholic Online | Australia Europe Africa | Scoop.it

this arAll about the technology and its ever changing nature.

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Jay and I chose this article because it shows how scientific discoveries could lead to a brighter future. EQ: Do you think this new idea will benefit electricity for the future? why or why not

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Corruption costs European economy 120 billion euros a year

Corruption costs European economy 120 billion euros a year | Australia Europe Africa | Scoop.it
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Corruption costs Europe 120 billion euros a year, or around one percent of economic output, according to the first ever report on graft in the 28-nation European Union by the executive
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Economy

 

Jay and I chose this article because it shows how corruption can ruin an economy. EQ:  Do you think there is a way to stop the corruption and save money?  if yes then how?

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Australian Aborigine - Absolutely Australia Guide

Australian Aborigine - Absolutely Australia Guide | Australia Europe Africa | Scoop.it
Absolutely Australia will take you on a discovery of Australia and let you get to know Australians better. Our comprehensive guide and business directory will aid you in your travels. Find tourist destinations and plan your travel.
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Zack and I chose this article because it shows some of the Australian lifestyles.  Analyze the cause of some of the aborigines death?

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Once a jolly strong buck dampened an economy

Once a jolly strong buck dampened an economy | Australia Europe Africa | Scoop.it
AUSTRALIA'S rebounding dollar is threatening the transition from the peak of the mining boom to a more diversified economy capable of taking advantage of the opportunities offered by the Asian Century.
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Jay and I chose this article because it shows how the Aussie dollar is highly valued by other countries, and how recourse mining and money go up and down as demands grow or decrease. Why do you think other countries value the Aussie dollar

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Tony Abbott has not included a science minister in new Cabinet

Tony Abbott has not included a science minister in new Cabinet | Australia Europe Africa | Scoop.it
FOR the first time since the creation of a science portfolio in 1931, Australia does not have a science minister.
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Jay and I chose this article because it shows the importance of science in Australia. If you were Tony Abbott would you have done the same why or why not.

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