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The World is a (Surprisingly) Safe Place to Travel

PHOTO: Despite the granular categories of travel risk put out by the State Department, common sense and caution are still good ideas when staying safe abroad. (photo via Flickr/Lul_Plqeee) It's barely a week old, but the new, four-level travel advisory system unveiled by the U.S. Department of State

TRAVELPULSE - 2018-01-16 16:00:00

Swazi football in shock after murder of Swallows boss

Swaziland football has been rocked by the death of Mbabane Swallows chairman Victor Gamedze, who was shot at a petrol station on Sunday, the club confirmed. The death of the popular soccer boss and successful businessman has stunned the nation, and all football activities in the country have been su

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The best African rail journeys for 2018

Our rail experts offer a guide to the 10 best African rail journeys for 2018. 1. Rovos Rail This luxury train of air-conditioned entirely en suite rooms with double or twin beds has to be the most comfortable way to see southern Africa - especially in a Royal Suite, which takes up half a carriage. T

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The 10 best places celebrating anniversaries in 2018 to visit

A number of countries around the world are celebrating important anniversaries in 2018. With the year marking the 100-year anniversary of the end of World War One, many nations will mark the centenary. And there are other notable anniversaries happening too. Here are 10 to keep an eye out for.USA 2

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world design rankings 2017

the world design rankings (WDR) unveils the latest design rankings of countries based on the number of participating creatives that have won the A' design award and competition each year. the aim of the WDR is to highlight key data and insights to economists and journalists with regards to the desig

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'GoT' star Richard E. Grant robbed at an ATM

Actor-director Richard E. Grant says he was robbed at an ATM here. Grant visited his hometown Swaziland in Africa to celebrate Christmas and later headed to Cape Town. The 60-year-old said on Twitter that the incident happened on Friday. He documented his ordeal on the micro-blogging site, but appea

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Swaziland WHO Country Office: 2014-2015 Biennial Report

The World Health Organization (WHO) in Swaziland is pleased to share with its partners and stakeholders its 2014-2015 Biennial Report. This report covers the contribution WHO made towards addressing some of the health challenges and disease burden in the country. Over the two year the health sector

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He Traveled The World To Find Hope

Hope is not easy to come by these days. Unless you know where to look. Ari Satok did - in the unlikeliest of places. Three years ago, the 22-year-old Toronto native spent a year traveling the world, visiting United World College schools in British Columbia, Wales, Hong Kong, Germany, the Netherlands

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The Mother City

"Do you know why they call it the Mother City?" I asked J one night. A Kenyan architect-slash-model with eyes deep as oceans, J is just the type of fascinating creature that freely roams the streets of Cape Town. A history nerd, like me, she seemed to have done her research in the months she'd been

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U.S. restores trade benefits to Gambia, Swaziland

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday restored trade benefits to Gambia and Swaziland under the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA), the U.S. Trade Representative's Office said. The AGOA trade program provides sub-Saharan countries duty-free access to the United States

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The 2G, 3G, 4G & 5G Wireless Network Infrastructure Market: 2017 - 2030 - with an Evaluation of Wi-Fi and WiMAX

LONDON, Dec. 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The wireless network infrastructure market is currently in a phase of transition, as mobile operators seek to address increasing mobile traffic demands amidst global economic uncertainties.Download the full report: https://www.reportbuyer.com/product/3782611 Thi

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Personality ordinances

We live in a house with an attitude. It loves to be filled. The house does not approve of an empty bed, a sofa not set in, a table not spread, a piano not played. "Put a tablecloth on," says the house, "Invite someone interesting." "Make a big pot of soup," says the house, "Talk over the kitchen tab

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Unusual laws from around the world

Portugal You cannot pee in the ocean while taking a plunge in Portugal. This family-friendly law is hard to monitor, though. Georgia, US In Quitman, Georgia, U.S., chickens cannot cross an open road. The law came about to make farm owners take better care of their animals. 3/50 SLIDES laflor/Getty i

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The battle to contain Africa's hidden killers

This is always a hazardous time, particularly for agricultural workers tending their fields, and this autumn proved especially cruel. Around 250 people were reportedly killed over a three-week period in the central states of Gombe and Plateau, in a crisis that overwhelmed local doctors and prompted

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Swaziland - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses

Download the full report: https://www.reportbuyer.com/product/3249292 Until 2011 the state-owned posts and telecommunications operator SPTC also acted as the industry regulator and had a stake in the country's sole mobile network, in an uneasy partnership with MTN. A new independent regulatory autho

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Fracking and earthquakes: weighing up the dangers in South Africa

The South African government is looking into fracking to reduce the country's huge reliance on coal for energy. Fracking involves pumping high pressured fluids into rock formations to release reserves of oil and gas. Estimates for gas deposits in the main Karoo region of South Africa range widely.

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Indigenous languages must feature more in science communication

There is no denying that English is one of the world's major languages. It's the mother tongue of nearly 370 million people. English is also very frequently used by scientists in academic journals and book chapters, along with other common languages like French, Spanish and Portuguese. But what abou

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ANC leadership race: Who else is in the running

JOHANNESBURG - Seven candidates are battling to succeed President Jacob Zuma as the leader of the African National Congress at the party's conference starting Saturday. Vice President Cyril Ramaphosa and ex-African Union chief Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma are the frontrunners in a divisive race. Here are

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Fifa Ranking: Nigeria women end 2017 in 37th place

Nigeria's senior women team dropped two places to 37th in the latest Fifa world ranking released on Friday. The reigning African queens began 2017 as the 34th best nation but crashed three places at the end of the year owing to their 12-month hiatus. Despite the slip, Nigeria remain the best team i

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Australia hit all-time high as USA end 2017 on top

USA will bring in another new year as the top-ranked women's national team after holding on to top spot in the final FIFA Women's World Ranking of 2017. This is the third year in succession that has ended with the Stars & Stripes on top, and it came in an edition that included less predictable move

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