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    BOBST AFRICA “DRIVING INNOVATION FOR COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE” AT THE 2017 ROADSHOW IN ABIDJAN

    Ikeja, Nigeria Business 01 Nov 2017

    BOBST is organizing a two-day conference within Africa Roadshow for converting solutions 2017, under the theme DRIVING INNOVATION FOR COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE. The event will take place in Abidjan, Ivory Coast at the Radisson Blu Hotel on 21st and 22nd February, dedicated to flexible material on the... Read more

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    The Run Up to the Chilean Election

    Santiago, Chile Politics 01 Nov 2017

    Who is Beatriz Sánchez? Can the leader of recently formed left wing coalition Frente Amplio win the 2017 presidency over the former right-wing president Sebastian Pinera, or will the current ruling party, Nueva Mayoría, candidate Alejandro Guillier become the favorite to win the election?... Read more

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    South Sudan Refugees find new home in Uganda

    Juba, Central Equatoria, South Sudan War Reporter 14 Nov 2017

    The UN has hailed Uganda as a role model for receiving refugees. I have been visiting refugee settlements in Northern Uganda's Adjumani District finding out challenges facing thousands of refugees as they try to settle. Thousands of refugees mainly children women who escaped violence in South Sudan... Read more

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    2017 Chilean Election

    Santiago, Santiago Metropolitan Region, Chile Politics 26 Nov 2017

    Who is Beatriz Sánchez? Can the leader of recently formed left wing coalition Frente Amplio win the 2017 presidency over the former right-wing president Sebastian Pinera, or will the current ruling party, Nueva Mayoría, candidate Alejandro Guillier become the favorite to win the election?... Read more

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    Egyptair augmente ses vols hebdomadaires vers Casablanca au Maroc

    Casablanca, Morocco Business, Finance, Current Affairs 29 Nov 2017

    A partir du 01 décembre, la compagnie aérienne EgyptAir augmentera à onze (11) ses fréquences hebdomadaires du Caire vers Casablanca, au Maroc. Pour la compagnie, il s’agit de la réadaptation de son calendrier d’hiver afin de satisfaire la demande croissante de sa clientèle à destination du Royaume... Read more

  • Auckland Flower Show 2017

    Littlehampton, United Kingdom Social, Cultural, 360 Videography 30 Nov 2017

    This coming Spring from November 2017, Auckland will play host to the first North Island based international flower and garden show since the Ellerslie International Flower Show was moved to Christchurch in 2008. The New Zealand Flower and Garden Show will be a celebration of modern horticulture... Read more

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    UN General Assembly

    New York, United States of America Politics 30 Nov 2017

    I am working at the United Nations (which gives me full access to most of the meetings and conferences) and am very interested in covering the 2017 General Assembly. I can write and speak impeccably in English, Spanish and Portuguese so am willing to cover the GA in any of those languages. Here is a... Read more

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    Balet classes for the blind improve mobility and self-esteem

    Ciudad de México, Mexico Current Affairs, Film & Theatre, Health & Fitness, Social, Cultural 30 Nov 2017

    Every week a group of blind and partially sighted students aged between 9 and 22 take ballet lessons. Based on the belief that dance is ingrained in humanity’s biological roots, ‘Psicoballet’ came to Mexico in 1984, and is said to improve not only the mobility, strength, balance and posture of... Read more

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    'I FINALLY FOUND A MAN WHO CAN HANDLE MY EXIHIBITIONISM ,'SAYS WOMAN WITH 80 THOUSAND INSTAGRAM FOLL

    London, United Kingdom Social 30 Nov 2017

    Teaser After big body transformation, woman finally meets a man who can handle her male fans Story details Angela lost nearly 7 stones and became super fit without any surgery or cosmetic procedure, attracting over 80 thousand followers on Instagram - mostly men. She became sort of a 'sexy'... Read more

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    A PALESTINIAN EQUESTRIAN WOMAN BREAKS SOCIAL TABOOS TO COMPETE IN 2020 OLYMICS

    Gaza Sports 01 Dec 2017

    Summary Breaking cultural and social taboos, Mais, a 25 year old from Gaza, is one of the few Palestinian women who go horse riding in the Strip. She learned to ride horses when she was child, and is enthusiastic to compete in 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. She does riding exercise with her coach... Read more

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    Gaza in 2020 – A liveable place?

    Gaza Science & Environment 01 Dec 2017

    Summary More than 90 percent of the Gaza Strip’s water is undrinkable. The rest is quickly running out. A combination of factors is rapidly depriving the population of this most basic of needs. Water distillation privet planets try to secure the Gazans need to keep them alive. UN warned that damage... Read more

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    Honour Killing, A German Pakistani doctor killed on the name of honour

    Islamabad, Islamabad Capital Territory, Pakistan Current Affairs 01 Dec 2017

    A culprit arrested on the charge to kill her wife confess in the police custody that he killed her doctor wife on honour. The Jhelum police told that the culprit said he brought his Pakistani wife to Jhelum where he killed her to protect his ‘honour’, . The couple had married 16 years ago.... Read more

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    Ethiopian Airlines relooke complètement sa flotte de Boeing 767-300 ER

    Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Business 01 Dec 2017

    La compagnie aérienne Ethiopian Airlines a annoncé ce samedi 12 Août, la rénovation complète de sa flotte de Boeing B767-300ER avec de nouveaux sièges et systèmes de divertissement à bord Read more

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    Compagnies aériennes - 06 Embraer ERJ 135 et 145 pour Air Namibia

    Windhoek, Namibia Business 01 Dec 2017

    Air Namibia a confirmé son intention d'acheter six jets Embraer, ERJ 135 et ERJ 145. La compagnie entend prendre possession des premiers avions d’ici janvier 2018 Read more

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    ETHIOPIAN AIRLINES : Acquisition de 59 nouveaux avions d'ici 08 ans

    Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Business, Finance, Current Affairs 30 Dec 2017

    Ethiopian Airlines(ET), la plus grande compagnie aérienne d’Afrique a dévoilé son plan de croissance à moyen terme. Elle annonce un chiffre d'affaires annuel prévisionnel de 25 milliards de dollars d'ici 2025 et l’acquisition de 59 nouveaux avions sur la même période Read more

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    Hacking the Earthquake, tracking the money – how an Italian movement is facing corruption in reconst

    Torino, Italy Current Affairs 31 Dec 2017

    Terremotocentroitalia is not just the name of the Italian regions that last August have been havily affected by an earthquake. It is also the tech response a group of volunteering developers and social experts are giving to a big problem: helping the population bit by a natural disaster to... Read more

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    Rise an fall of the sharing economy players in Italy.

    Torino, Italy Current Affairs 31 Dec 2017

    Gnammo is a famous Italian startup that allows everyone to take part to dinners/lunches organized by perfect strangers. After 3 years of successes and a good bunch of users it risks to close down: the Italian Parliament has just approved a law that forbid people to use services like this to sell or... Read more

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    Space Entrepreneurs - From technology to business, a race to the Stars

    Torino, Italy Current Affairs 31 Dec 2017

    Argotech is a little, young company based in Turin. It was enrolled by the European Space Program to find a way to get gourmet food being tasted also during the space missions. The team found a way to get a real Italian coffee also at zero gravity. D-Orbit is another startup able to clean the Space... Read more

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    Handmade and artisan jobs reshaping the lost future of the young Italians

    Torino, Italy Cultural 31 Dec 2017

    An inisght of the rebirth of works we thought too old-fashioned or out of market to resist the hi-tech race. From artisans to handmade shoes, from glass arstits to carpenters and bakers: these are the new jobs young italian workers are taking over because all the other sectors they have been... Read more

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    South Sudan's Blind School has been affected by crisis

    Bor, South Sudan Cultural 31 Dec 2017

    The South Sudan, Blind school in Juba, South Sudan has faced sever challenges due to countries crisis. The school was established in Rajaf Payam in 1984 by Norwegian Association for the Blind to Support blind people in South Sudan. The School doesn’t have Braille Papers, and Braille Machines and... Read more

  • Venezuelans flock to neighbouring Trinidad and Tobago to escape economic hardship

    Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago Social 31 Dec 2017

    Venezuela has had a long and close relationship with its Caribbean neighbour Trinidad and Tobago, going back to the 18th century when fighters for independence on the South American mainland found in the twin-island country a ready source of help and supplies. Now Venezuelans are continuing to look... Read more

  • Trinidadian contemporary artists find recognition abroad but struggle at home

    Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago Arts & Books 31 Dec 2017

    Leading contemporary artists in Trinidad and Tobago whose work has been featured at major international biennales and art shows lament the continuing lack of appreciation for contemporary art in Trinidad and Tobago where, as one art gallery owner put it, the predilection is still very much for... Read more

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    Names of children of Dr Shakil Afridi are on exit control list.

    Islamabad, Pakistan War Reporter 31 Dec 2017

    Dr Shakil Afridi was sentenced to jail for 22 years on the charge to help the CIA to hunt Osama Bin laden in Abbottabad, Pakistan. Dr. Shakil Afridi , hailed as a hero by US officials, Trump had also promised to release Dr Shakil Afridi in two minutes , America also cut the Pakistani... Read more

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    MEET THE CATACOMB SAINTS

    London, United Kingdom Cultural 31 Dec 2017

    Teaser Art or Macabre bejewelled Europe’s skeletons? Story details: - Four-hundred-year-old jewel encrusted skeletons unearthed across Europe and revered holy objects, the catacomb saints were once regarded by Catholics as local protectors and personifications of the afterlife’s glory. -... Read more

  • Nice, half a year after the tragedy, how tdoes the city evolve with its recent history

    Nice, France Current Affairs 31 Dec 2017

    July the 14th, National day, the terrorist driver in his white truck kills 86 people, in a 2mn drive run. 6 month later, one of the biggest events, the Nice Carnaval, take place. How the city changed since the tragedy, what has been decided, how the second tourristic city in France cope with its... Read more

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    WHAT'S REALLY LIKE TO BE A WINDOW PROSTITUTE IN AMSTERDAM

    London, United Kingdom Social 31 Dec 2017

    Teaser My 19 years of experience as a former window prostitute in Amsterdam Story details Window etiquette Checking out costumers Safety buttons We're humans Periodic health checks Time wasters Falling in love with a client Family - husband and children Dealing with clients who haggle... Read more

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    Hyperreality – Welcome to the world where our attention is a resource

    Lyon, France Technology 31 Dec 2017

    "Attention is a resource – a person has only so much of it." said writer and researcher Matthew Crawford. Nowadays, business company in the information and communication technology sector understood how much the value of the attention can be, and how to make profit with it. In a futur world... Read more

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    Tech and the music industry : Evolving the traditional business model

    Lyon, France Music 31 Dec 2017

    Streaming music has forever changed the business model of how those in the music industry make money, and how consumers obtain and experience music. A young person in today’s world may have never had to go to a record store and pick out music to purchase. They may only know how to open an app on... Read more

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    Data is the new oil of the digital economy : the question of data privacy

    Lyon, France Business 31 Dec 2017

    Data in the 21st Century is like oil in the 18th Century: an immensely, untapped valuable asset. Like oil, for those who see Data’s fundamental value and learn to extract and use it there will be huge rewards. Nowadays, many website (or mobil app) are collecting a lot of individual datas in order to... Read more

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    Drone laws : what are the rules ?

    Lyon, France Technology 31 Dec 2017

    Drones come in a variety of shapes and sizes, ranging from small handheld types up to large aircraft, potentially a similar size to airliners. Today, everybody can buy a drone but facing this economic success, there is a clear lake of communication and education about the rules of the air. Just... Read more

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