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New Documentaries To Look Out For at the Luxor African Film Festival

The third edition of the Egyptian Luxor African Film Festival again has a wide-ranging programme scheduled for next month. Selected films will be showing in different competitions: Long Narrative, Short Narratives, Short Documentaries and Long Documentary.

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Ghana: toxic electronic waste contaminates surrounding area

UXBRIDGE, Canada – Mountains of hazardous waste grow by about 40 million tons every year. This waste, mostly from Europe and North America, is burned in developing countries like Ghana in a hazardous effort to recover valuable metals.

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Ghana praised for progress on women’s empowerment

United Nations development chief Helen Clark has lauded the progress made by Ghana towards women’s empowerment and gender equality, one of the eight social and economic objectives known as the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) that world leaders have pledged to achieve by 2015.

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Ghana: Black Stars vs Malaria

Jun29

Ghana has already gathered a number of successes during this World Cup. What is missing now is the most important match: the one between the Black Stars and malaria, an illness that kills 20 thousand Ghanaian children every year. Watch the video of the national team’s anti-Malaria campaign.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=29aGTA8HQpg[/youtube]

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World Cup: African misery

Nigerian legend Austin ‘Jay Jay’ Okocha thinks Africa’s misery at the World Cup is because of bad administration and players’ lack of passion.

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Africa’s World Cup hopes fade

PRETORIACameroon’s exit from the World Cup could be the start of a run of calamities for the continent over the next days as the African challenge at the 2010 World Cup fast fades.

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