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  • Schools often give back to the community 25 Apr 2017 04:37 The OBSERVER Schools often give back to the community About 20 years ago, I went to a training conference at Stony Brook College on Long Island for a class called Principles of Engineering. The goal of the principles of engineering class was to introduce students to …
  • DRC violence forces thousands to flee to Angola ' UNHCR 25 Apr 2017 04:26 Africa News Cape Town - The United Nation's refugee agency has reportedly said that about 1 000 Congolese have fled to neighbouring Angola to seek refuge, amid an upsurge of violence between rebels and the government forces in the Democratic Republic of Congo. …
  • Liquidity crisis impedes $15bn oil investments 25 Apr 2017 03:20 New Telegraph The liquidity crisis rocking Nigeria’s oil and gas industry is threatening $15 billion capital investments, New Telegraph has learnt. The investments, which include $910 million capex on exploration and appraisals, are dragging Nigeria’s output reserves, …
  • WHO Aims to Stop Vaccine-Preventable Diseases Deaths 25 Apr 2017 02:34 ABC Live Posted by: Jatinder Kaur April 25, 2017 in Health News Comments Off on WHO Aims to Stop Vaccine-Preventable Diseases Deaths New York (ABC Live): Vaccine-Preventable Diseases Deaths :Vaccinations stave off 26 potentially deadly diseases, the United Nations …
  • St Helena airport will require an 'open chequebook' 25 Apr 2017 02:06 The Guardian A £285m airport built on a remote South Atlantic island with UK government cash will require “an open chequebook” if it is to ever welcome commercial airlines as planned, a select committee hearing has been told. Plans to build a clifftop runway on St …
  • Tanzania’s Man-Eating Fish 25 Apr 2017 01:08 Black Star News In the 1960s, European venture capitalists introduced Nile perch to the waters of Lake Victoria, the world’s largest tropical lake, shared by Tanzania, Uganda and Kenya. Over the next few decades, Nile perch, this omnivorous, predatory killing machine …
  • Lucas County Sheriff's Office moves into Toledo Express Airport 25 Apr 2017 00:42 WTOL.com TOLEDO, OH (WTOL) - Law enforcement is taking a new look in one important part of Lucas County that you may see the next time you get out of town. Toledo Express Airport isn't just for traveling anymore. The Lucas County Sheriff's Office has moved …
  • Long Contracting Cycle Threatens Multi-million Dollar Oilfield Investments 25 Apr 2017 00:07 This Day Ejiofor Alike The long tendering process in Nigeria’s oil and gas industry is threatening multi-million dollars’ worth of investments in chemicals deployed in oilfields, according to participants at the recent Second National Oil and Gas Production/ …
  • Hearing held about whether now 70-year-old murderer will get possibility of parole 24 Apr 2017 23:25 Wafb.com BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) - A re-hearing was held Monday, April 24 to determine whether or not a man who has served the past 53 years for a 1963 murder should be eligible for the possibility of parole.  Nearly 50 years ago, then 17-year-old Henry Montgomery …
  • Pride Of Congo: Josianne 24 Apr 2017 23:22 Black Star News Where She's From: Stylish and beautiful Josianne J. was born in what’s now The Democratic Republic of Congo, formerly Zaire. “I was born in a city near Angola and southern part of the Atlantic Ocean border called Matadi,â€? she tells The Black …