COLLEGE SPORTS: Men's College Basketball: The Good, Bad And Ugly From A Busy Pre-Thanksgiving Weekend – NCAA.com
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COLLEGE SPORTS: Men's College Basketball: The Good, Bad And Ugly From A Busy Pre-Thanksgiving Weekend – NCAA.com

Monday Citations for the good, bad and ugly from a busy pre-Thanksgiving weekend. Purdue . . . Move over Gonzaga, UCLA, Kansas . . . we’ll need another chair at the genuine national championship contender table. Consider the Boilermakers’ handiwork in dispatching of North Carolina and Villanova in the Hall of Fame Tip Off. BOILER…

NEV NEWS: Special Session: Nevada Lawmakers Create Committees On Redistricting – Oakland News Now
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NEV NEWS: Special Session: Nevada Lawmakers Create Committees On Redistricting – Oakland News Now

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JiPMVB6Vdc4 Oakland News Now – Special Session: Nevada Lawmakers create committees on redistricting – video made by the YouTube channel with the logo in the video’s upper left hand corner. OaklandNewsNow.com is the original blog post for this type of video-blog content. Special Session: Nevada Lawmakers create committees on redistricting.via IFTTTNote from Zennie62Media and OaklandNewsNow.com…

AFRICA NEWS: Cameroon: 11 University Students in Cameroon are Bomb Wound
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AFRICA NEWS: Cameroon: 11 University Students in Cameroon are Bomb Wound

Cape Town — At least 11 University of Buea students were wounded after a bomb was thrown onto the roof of a lecture hall in Cameroon’s restive Anglophone region of Southwest. Ngomo Horace Manga, the vice-chancellor, said the victims were in stable condition in hospital but declined to comment on who might have been behind…

AFRICA NEWS: Niger: Digital Press Briefing With Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield, U.S. Representative at the United Nations
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AFRICA NEWS: Niger: Digital Press Briefing With Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield, U.S. Representative at the United Nations

Digital briefing with Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield, U.S. Representative at the United Nations. Ambassador Thomas-Greenfield spoke about her trip to Mali and Niger. Download the audio file here . Moderator: Good afternoon to everyone from the U.S. Department of State’s Africa Regional Media Hub. I welcome all participants from the continent and would like to thank…

SAUDI ARABIA NEWS: How Saudi Arabian football is thriving with two big targets in sight
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SAUDI ARABIA NEWS: How Saudi Arabian football is thriving with two big targets in sight

June 1994 was a special month for Saudi Arabian football when the team went to a first World Cup and Saeed al-Owairan slalomed through the Belgium defence in Washington to send the Green Falcons into the knockout stages. October 2021 is surely the best since, for reasons that had nothing to do with the country’s…

AFRICA NEWS: Nigeria: Nigeria: Nigeria’s Senate Minority Leader Said Chadians Responsible for Attacks Attributed To Biafran Separatists
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AFRICA NEWS: Nigeria: Nigeria: Nigeria’s Senate Minority Leader Said Chadians Responsible for Attacks Attributed To Biafran Separatists

A post claim circulated on Facebook in Nigeria that unidentified gunmen are operating in the east part of the country from Chad. The comment was made by Nigeria’s minority leader in the senate, Enyinnaya Abaribe . “Unknown gunmen operating the east are from Chad not IPOB,” reads the post which was shared on a public…

AFRICA NEWS: Somalia: Somalia’s ‘Gravedigger’s Wife’ Grabs Top Prize As Best Film, Music At Fespaco
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AFRICA NEWS: Somalia: Somalia’s ‘Gravedigger’s Wife’ Grabs Top Prize As Best Film, Music At Fespaco

“The Gravedigger’s Wife”, from Somali director Ahmad Khadar, grabbed the Golden Stallion of Yennenga on Saturday night for best picture, while home-grown Burkinabe documentary “Night Nursery” was named best documentary at the 27th edition of FESPACO. Shouts and thunderous applause erupted after the first prize for “Night Nursery”, by Moumouni Sanou, was announced. For Best…

SAUDI ARABIA NEWS: AHIC 2021: Saudi Arabia’s sustainability and the value MEA to global hospitality – TOPHOTELNEWS
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SAUDI ARABIA NEWS: AHIC 2021: Saudi Arabia’s sustainability and the value MEA to global hospitality – TOPHOTELNEWS

– The Arabian & African Hospitality Investment Conference (AHIC), has been in existence for 18years. It was established 2003.. It is Bench Events’ flagship conference. Since 2003, it has been a major industry event. Much like other sectors and workplace norms the events industry shifted towards virtual ways to bring people together. The event was…

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OPINION: Cameroon: Sham Trial For Kumba School Massacre

(Nairobi) – A military tribunal in Cameroon has sentenced four people to death, in a trial marked by procedural irregularities, for an attack on a school in Kumba, the South-West region, one year ago. The attack killed seven children and injured at least 13 others. The 12 defendants, on trial before the Buea military court…

INDIA NEWS: India vs rest of world: What the Covid vaccine numbers say
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INDIA NEWS: India vs rest of world: What the Covid vaccine numbers say

INDIA NEWS: It took India just 281 days to administer 100 crore Covid vaccine doses. The pace at which the vaccinations were administered is unparalleled as it took India 32 years and 20 years to hit the 100-crore milestone for TB and polio immunisations, respectively. How does this compare to other countries that had access…

AFRICA NEWS: South Africa: Covid-19 Assistance in Africa is Short
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AFRICA NEWS: South Africa: Covid-19 Assistance in Africa is Short

Nairobi — The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted the need for African governments to strengthen social protection systems and fulfill people’s rights to social security and an adequate standard of living, Human Rights Watch said today. In response to rising poverty and hunger caused by the pandemic many African governments implemented cash transfers and food assistance,…

Front Page: Taking Delivery Of Copters, Mali Lauds Russia Partnership
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Front Page: Taking Delivery Of Copters, Mali Lauds Russia Partnership

Taking delivery of copters, Mali lauds Russia partnership by AFP Staff Writers Bamako (AFP) Oct 1, 2021 Mali Defence Minister Colonel Sadio Camara saluted a burgeoning partnership with Russia after taking delivery of four Russian military helicopters. Camara enthusiastically welcomed “the reliability and serious nature of this partnership — which has always given us satisfaction”.…

OPINION: Cameroon: Repression Marks Crackdown Anniversary
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OPINION: Cameroon: Repression Marks Crackdown Anniversary

(Dakar) – Cameroon’s authorities should ensure accountability for their security forces’ crackdown on opposition leaders, supporters, and peaceful protesters in September 2020, Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch said today. They should immediately and unconditionally release all those held for expressing their political views or for exercising their right to peaceful assembly, and end the campaign…

OPINION: UN: World Leaders Should Address Rights Crises
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OPINION: UN: World Leaders Should Address Rights Crises

(New York) – World leaders gathering at the United Nations General Assembly in New York should support actions to address the world’s major human rights crises, Human Rights Watch said today. They should warn abusive governments, including the most powerful, that they will be held accountable for grave violations. The General Assembly’s annual General Debate…

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