archives : January 2011

     

International
We spend a third of our life sleeping… and a great deal more time when we are very young. - Friday 28 January 2011


International
Do you find that your breath is not very fresh or perhaps you suffer from really bad breath? It’s important to remember that halitosis is often associated with oral disease. To get rid of unpleasant mouth odour, it is essential to eliminate whatever is causing it. - Friday 28 January 2011


International
Although, for many years, coffee was believed to be harmful to unborn babies, in fact it now appears to present no danger. - Friday 28 January 2011


International
While we know that preserving food at home is not without its risks – botulism in particular – we still need to remain vigilant when buying commercially preserved food too. - Friday 28 January 2011


Italy - International
A group of scientists have recently put a forward a theory that seeks to prove a correlation between some ailments and social networking sites like Facebook. - Friday 28 January 2011


Tunisia
Tunisian Prime Minister Mohammed Ghannouchi Thursday night reshuffled the country’s week-old transitional government. Senior ministers who served under the deposed president, Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, have been sent packing. The operation was carried out under intense negotiations after unrelenting pressure from protesters. - Friday 28 January 2011


Panafrica - United States
Carter G. Woodson, the son of former slaves in Virginia, realized that the struggles and achievements of Americans of African descent were being ignored or misrepresented. He founded the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH), which supports historical research, publishes a scholarly journal and sets the theme for Black History Month each year. - Friday 28 January 2011


Sudan - International
Sudan’s army have waged war on United Nations peacekeepers in Darfur. - Friday 28 January 2011


Ethiopia
Birtukan Mideksa, a renowned former judge and leader of Ethiopia’s powerful opposition party, Unity for Democracy and Justice (UDJ) has decided to step-down from her influential presidential position at UDJ, four months after she was pardoned  and freed from a life person term. - Friday 28 January 2011


Ethiopia - International - Australia
A top Ethiopia official has debunked a serious security alert issued by the Australian Foreign ministry as unfounded. - Thursday 27 January 2011

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