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France Pledges To Give African Countries over €2 Billion for Development of Renewable Energy

France Pledges To Give African Countries over €2 Billion for Development of Rene

French President Francois Hollande announced on Tuesday that the country will be giving African countries more than €2 billion ($2.1 billion) for development of renewable energy and to help the Africa

Poor Global Coordination affecting Canada’s Efforts to deliver its Ebola Vaccine to Africa

Poor Global Coordination affecting Canada’s Efforts to deliver its Ebola Vaccine

International Development Minister Christian Paradis said in his speech to the United Nations in New York that poor global coordination is preventing Canada's efforts to fulfill its promise of deliver

US doctor tested positive for Ebola virus in Africa

US doctor tested positive for Ebola virus in Africa

In a concerning development, a US doctor, who was working with Ebola patients in Liberia, has been tested positive for the virus.

Ebola Outbreak in West Africa Gets Out of Control

Ebola Outbreak in West Africa Gets Out of Control

Ebola outbreak in West Africa is completely out of control now.

Bloody Moon set Up a Show in Tuesday’s Night Sky

Bloody Moon set Up a Show in Tuesday’s Night Sky

Many sky gazers witnessed the brilliant lunar eclipse last night. The moon became red between 11 and 11:30 pm and astronomers have named it 'Blood Moon' due to its color.

Asia and Africa could be hit by Storm Surge Flooding

Asia and Africa could be hit by Storm Surge Flooding

A study has been carried out estimating the damage that could be faced by coastal regions from storm surge flooding in the 21st century.

Neanderthal genes in Modern-Day Humans Influence Skin, Hair and Nails: Researchers

Neanderthal genes in Modern-Day Humans Influence Skin, Hair and Nails: Researche

Two new studies have come up with the findings that the last traces of Neanderthal genes have not gone extinct as these are part of the present-day humans.

West African Lions on the Verge of Extinction

West African Lions on the Verge of Extinction

It has been revealed by a new study that West African lions are on the verge of extinction. There is a genetic distinction between West African lions and other ones.

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While you may share your love for coffee with large number of people across the world, there is a possibility that consumption level may differ greatly. Why some people could only consume less amount of coffee, while others can take several cups a day is now defined by presence of a gene variant in an individual’s body.

The study that...

Exxon reports 46% decline in First Quarter earning

On Thursday, Exxon reported a 46% decline in earnings in the first quarter, by earning $4.9 billion compared with $9.1 billion in the same quarter a year ago. Exxon's top and bottom lines declined due to lower oil prices.

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