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Madagascar measles epidemic: 105K cases since September - Outbreak News Today

Madagascar measles epidemic: 105K cases since September  Outbreak News Today

UN health officials reported an update on the measles epidemic in Madagascar recently and it shows that the number of cases has risen to 105,170 since ...

Google 3/19/2019 9:21:52 AM

How cyclones are formed - Daily Nation

How cyclones are formed  Daily Nation

Cyclone Idai is one of the worst storms on record to hit Mozambique.

Google 3/19/2019 8:27:19 AM


Geologists Keep Finding 'Impossible' Rocks on This Remote Tropical Island - ScienceAlert

Geologists Keep Finding 'Impossible' Rocks on This Remote Tropical Island  ScienceAlert

Halfway between the east coast of Africa and Madagascar lies the remote island of Anjouan – a volcanic landmass born in ancient eruptions some four million ...

Google 3/19/2019 5:58:20 AM

Miramax Names Michael Lachance Exec VP of Its New Family & Animation Division - Hollywood Reporter

Miramax Names Michael Lachance Exec VP of Its New Family & Animation Division  Hollywood Reporter

Michael Lachance is joining Miramax as executive vp of its newly-created Family & Animation division.

Google 3/19/2019 4:03:33 AM

Women Convicted for Illicit Importation of Narcotics into Liberia - Front Page Africa

Women Convicted for Illicit Importation of Narcotics into Liberia  Front Page Africa

KAKATA, Margibi – The 13th Judicial Circuit Court has found guilty two Liberian women on three charges including importing illicit drugs worth L$28,800,000.00.

Google 3/19/2019 12:33:00 AM

Man-of-the-match winner Idrissa Gueye hails Everton’s ‘fantastic’ win vs. Chelsea - Goal.com

Man-of-the-match winner Idrissa Gueye hails Everton’s ‘fantastic’ win vs. Chelsea  Goal.com

Marco Silva's men shocked the Blues to end their two-game winless run and the Senegal international has praised the team's effort.

Google 3/18/2019 9:43:00 PM

Alysala Malik '19 earns Watson Fellowship to study food insecurity - Carleton College News

Alysala Malik '19 earns Watson Fellowship to study food insecurity  Carleton College News

Malik will spend the next year living and volunteering in France, Madagascar, India, Japan, South Africa and Nepal. Mar. 18, 2019. Share. The recipient of a ...

Google 3/18/2019 9:35:36 PM

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