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Africa: Morocco has world’s largest solar power plant

February 21, 2016

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Africa: Morocco has world’s largest solar power plant The World Bank Group Morocco launches the first phase of the largest concentrated solar power (CSP) plant in the world. When fully operational, the plant will produce enough energy for more than one million Moroccan households. Inaugurated officially by His Majesty Mohammed VI of Morocco, the solar […]

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Bermuda to build a new airport-redevelopment

February 19, 2016

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Bermuda to build a new airport-redevelopment By Jonathan Bell Royal Gazette Bermuda’s “new airport” has been signed into being with a redevelopment agreement between Government and the Canadian Commercial Corporation, Finance Minister Bob Richards announced this morning. The Island will get a roughly new $200 million terminal building, with the expectation of “hundreds” of construction […]

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Los Angeles 2024 Olympic bid details, venue plans

February 17, 2016

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Los Angeles 2024 Olympic bid details, venue plans  The proposed dates of the Los Angeles Olympics Games are July 19-Aug. 4. These are the same dates as the Atlanta 1996 Olympics and the failed Boston 2024 bid. _____ Video: LA 2024 Olympic Bid Logo Unveil – Follow The Sun _____ LOS ANGELES CITY COUNCIL APPROVES […]

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Australia’s population hits 24 million

February 17, 2016

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Australia’s population hits 24 million Australian Bureau of Statistics Australia’s population reached 24 million, at about 12:50am (AEDT) 16 February 2016, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics’ (ABS) population clock. “The population clock is an indication of the current population, based on a projection calculated using births and deaths data (from the ABS) and […]

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Melbourne’s skyline to become tallest in the nation

February 14, 2016

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Melbourne’s skyline to become tallest in the nation Aisha Dow The Age (Melbourne) MELBOURNE- Melbourne will soon have Australia’s tallest skyline, with more than 100 skyscrapers higher than 100 metres (328.08 ft) planned or already under construction. The rush of mostly residential towers is set to double the number of very tall buildings in the […]

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Remembering Yesteryear: Sarah Rector- The youngest African American oil tycoon

February 6, 2016

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Remembering Yesteryear: Sarah Rector- The youngest African American oil tycoon Dilemma X would like to take this time to remember Sarah Rector. Below are newspaper articles that will take you on brief journey back into history. Should she have become the first African American billionaire? See for yourself. ___________ Sarah Rector Age 12 Sarah Rector […]

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UN committee urges US government to study paying reparations for slavery

February 6, 2016

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UN committee urges US government to study paying reparations for slavery RT News A United Nations panel of human rights activists has urged the United States’ government to pay reparations to the descendants of Africans who were brought to the US as slaves. The committee blamed slavery for the plight of African-Americans today. The UN […]

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Israel: Jerusalem Municipality approves second light rail line

February 5, 2016

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Jerusalem Municipality approves second light rail line Jerusalem Post Israel News Construction of a new, 20-kilometer (12.42 miles)- long second light rail line was approved by the Jerusalem Municipality’s Planning Committee, clearing the way for final approval by the regional committee. The Blue Line, as it has been named, will serve up to 250,000 residents […]

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Contributions to the Nation’s Colleges and Universities Reach Historic High of $40.30 Billion

January 29, 2016

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Contributions to the Nation’s Colleges and Universities Reach Historic High of $40.30 Billion Council for Aid to Education Contributions to the Nation’s Colleges and Universities Reach Historic High of $40.30 Billion Charitable contributions to colleges and universities in the United States increased 7.6 percent in 2015, according to the Voluntary Support of Education (VSE) survey, […]

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China’s Nuclear Emergency Preparedness 2016

January 27, 2016

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China’s Nuclear Emergency Preparedness 2016 CCTV News China publishes its first nuclear emergency guidelines on Wednesday outlining the actions to be taken in an event of a nuclear accident. The 12,000 Chinese character-long instructions, named “China’s Nuclear Emergency Preparedness”, have introduced the principles, measures, research and cooperation in relation to nuclear emergency management. They specify […]

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