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Three months after Hurricane Florence hit North Carolina, parts of the southeastern state are still recovering from the aftermath as slow efforts and uncertainties overshadow prospects for local businesses and lives. The usually busy...
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Climate change is driving much drier conditions in Africa's Sahel belt, which has experienced a 50-percent hike in record dry months in recent decades, scientists said. Shifting climate patterns, meanwhile, have made parts of the United...
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"There are tough, tough times ahead" It has been exactly half a decade since armed men stormed Matok Kuol's home and murdered his family. The images of their bullet-riddled bodies remain singed in his memory. "I'm not okay in my...
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U.S. portable generators market is driven by declining resiliency coupled with increasing vulnerability of electric grid infrastructure. Increasing grid failures owing to the inability to sustain high susceptibility and amplified demand load to...
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Climate change is driving much drier conditions in Africa's Sahel belt, which has experienced a 50-percent hike in record dry months in recent decades, scientists said. Shifting climate patterns, meanwhile, have made parts of the United...
All Africa Global Media, 1:38am ET

Bangkok, Dec 14 (efe-epa).- The United States nominee in the Miss Universe competition Friday apologized for her comments on bad English speaking skills of two other participants at the beauty pageant that is in its final phase in Thailand....
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