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By Mojisola Olatubora
In Culture
Jan 16th, 2015
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The world seems to have double standard in dealing with many things, and there is no exception even when it comes to the issue of terrorism. Attacks in a Western metropolis always draw worldwide attention while those in Africa appear to have only limited repercussions. Following the terrorist attacks in France last week which claimed […]...
By Mojisola Olatubora
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Jan 16th, 2015
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The number of new Ebola cases is starting to drop off in the three worst-hit West African countries, and Liberia has only reported 48 cases in the past three weeks, the World Health Organization reported Wednesday. Guinea and Liberia both reported the fewest new cases since August, WHO says in its latest daily look at […]...
By Margaret Amoah
In Culture
Jan 15th, 2015
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 This year’s leap second could play havoc with the internet Peter Whibberley, senior research scientist in time and frequency at the National Physical Laboratory, in Teddington, UK,  stating: “A decision to stop using leap seconds to keep UTC aligned with mean solar time would be perhaps the most fundamental change to timekeeping for hundreds of […]...
By Margaret Amoah
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Jan 15th, 2015
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 COMPUTERS set to crash this summer as clocks adjusted for Earth’s leap second The internet will break on June 30th and it’s nothing to do with Kim Kardashian. Websites around the world could crash in June due to a leap second. It’s set to be the worst day of the year for the Internet loving […]...
By Mojisola Olatubora
In Culture
Jan 13th, 2015
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  The UN mission chief has said the victory against Ebola is “within our reach.” The World Health Organization said vaccination tests will begin within weeks in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. There are two vaccine candidates from GlaxoSmithKline and another vaccine from the teamwork by NewLink Genetics and Merck that started clinical testing in […]...
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