February 26, 2015

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Recreational marijuana legal use explained in Washington D.C. -February 26, 2015

Recreational marijuana legal use explained in Washington D.C. -February 26, 2015 As February 26, in the capital city of the United States, marijuana will be a legal. There will be no pot shops, no open-air smoking, but at least for the moment, the District — for once in its decades-long struggle for the right to […]

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February 25, 2015

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Africans look to Chinese-built east Africa railway network

Africans look to Chinese-built east Africa railway network Xinhua NAIROBI- African people are awaiting a Chinese-built Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) project set to run from Kenya’s coastal city of Mombasa to Rwanda’s capital Kigali through Uganda, the latest in a spate of efforts to facilitate transportation and boost trade in the eastern Africa region. It […]

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February 24, 2015

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NFL new stadiums construction update -February 2015

NFL new stadiums construction update -February 2015 New Atlanta Falcons Stadium Source: Atlanta Falcons New Minnesota Vikings Stadium _____ New Minnesota Vikings Stadium as of February 27, 2015 Click images below to enlarge. Click your return arrow to return to this article. Source: Minnesota Vikings

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February 24, 2015

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New Zealand’s Martin Jetpack inventor company listed on Australian stock exchange

New Zealand’s Martin Jetpack inventor company listed on Australian stock exchange Glenn Martin’s jetpack dream achieves lift-off as Martin Aircraft IPO rises on debut New Zealand-based Martin Aircraft Company is already taking orders for ‘world’s first practical jetpack able to be flown by a pilot or via remote control’ Sally Rose The Sydney Morning Herald […]

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February 20, 2015

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Kenya could export crude oil next year

Kenya could export crude oil next year By Jevans Nyabiage The Standard Kenya could be an oil exporting country as early as next year, as it races ahead of Uganda, which discovered the resource about nine years ago. UK-based oil and gas exploration firm, Tullow, is pressing on with plans to start producing oil in […]

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February 17, 2015

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Religion of former enslaved Africans after slavery ended in the United States

Religion of former enslaved Africans after slavery ended in the United States The following articles expose the fact that even after slavery ended, in the United States, formerly enslaved Africans continued to observe forms of Traditional African Religion and in some cases actually reverted back to their ancestral faith. There was a great lack of comprehension of […]

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February 13, 2015

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Boston 2024 releases its Olympic Bid renderings

Boston 2024 releases its Olympic Bid renderings Boston 2024, the private nonprofit behind the city’s bid, released the presentation materials it gave to the U.S. Olympic Committee during its bid in December 2014. Below are renderings of potential Boston 2024 venues. ____________ Potential Boston 2024 Olympic facilities ___________ Boston 2024 Olympic districts Click images below […]

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February 13, 2015

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Canada releases its annual population estimates for metropolitan areas

Canada releases its annual population estimates for metropolitan areas, July 1, 2014 Release date: February 11, 2015 Source: Statistics Canada On July 1, 2014, almost 7 in 10 Canadians, or 24,858,600 people, were living in a census metropolitan area (CMA). In turn, more than one in three Canadians (35.3%) made their home in Canada’s three […]

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February 13, 2015

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Japan supports five communities in Ghana

Japan supports five communities in Ghana By Mohammed Awal The Chronicle (Ghana) The government of Japan has made a grant provision of about four hundred and twenty one thousand (US$421,000) available to the construction of developmental projects in five communities in Ghana. The resources were provided under the Japanese Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security […]

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February 7, 2015

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Remembering Yesteryear: American carnivals once held “Hit The Nigger Baby”

Remembering Yesteryear: American carnivals once held “Hit The Nigger Baby” contest As the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom officially celebrate Black History Month we flashback to never forget yesteryear. It is not too long ago when a popular game was played at carnivals across the United States. That game was known by many […]

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