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The Intersection of Journalism and Foreign Aid
The University of Leeds is conducting an interesting symposium examining the link between foreign aid and journalism, particularly in Africa and South America. How do you think foreign aid has impacted our journalistic int...Continue Reading
ORIGINAL FEATURE
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World's Oldest Evidence Of Cancer, Bony Tumours Discovered
Scientists suggest that cancer may not be a consequence of modern lifestyles. Johannesburg: Scientists have discovered the world's oldest evidence for cancer and bony tumours in human ancestor fossils found in South Afr...Continue Reading
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Is political correctness killing comedy?
If laughter is the best medicine, can comedy still be poisonous? The Quebec Human Rights Tribunal says yes: on July 20, it ordered comic Mike Ward to pay $35,000 to someone he had made jokes about, beginning in 2010. But f...Continue Reading
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MSF sounds alarm on northeast Nigeria, calls for food pip...
GENEVA: Medecins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders) said on Wednesday that Nigerian children are dying at high rates from malnutrition and disease in a growing humanitarian emergency in the northeast. The medical...Continue Reading
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5 photos of Nigerian men who became women
Transgender operations are still very much a rarity in Nigeria, or dare i say Africa. Yet, there have been some who have been brave enough to undergo sex change operations or even just use make up to look like women. Th...Continue Reading
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Prostate Cancer Isn’t Colorblind
ST. LOUIS — In 1966, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. said, “Of all the forms of inequality, injustice in health care is the most shocking and inhuman.” While major advances have been made in health care, ethnic and rac...Continue Reading

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