Peter Kambarage

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Will Pope Francis Break the Church?

The new pope's choices stir high hopes among liberal Catholics and intense uncertainty among conservatives. Deep divisions may lie ahead.<p>In 1979, almost a year into the papacy of John Paul II, a novel called <i>The Vicar of Christ</i> spent 13 weeks on the <i>New York Times</i> best-seller list. The work of a …

Christianity

Archaeologists Find What Are Now Considered the Oldest Tools on Earth

Until this week, archaeologists believed the world’s oldest tools were 2.6 million years old. New research suggests though a different set of tools dates back 700,000 years later.<p>Presenting their findings at the Paleoanthropology Society’s annual meeting, Sonia Harmand from Stony Brook University …

gender and race inequality in the anthropology profession

gender and race inequality in the anthropology profession<p>The blog <i>Savage Minds</i> discussed a survey of anthropologists. The focus was race and gender. …

Two Opposing Skills No Leader Can Do Without | Inc.com

Years ago I attended a course at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, where, among other things, I learned that leadership is a constant tug between assertiveness and empathy.<p>Assertiveness vs. Empathy<p>First, let's define our terms. Assertiveness is the quality of being self-assured and confident …

10 Amazing Secrets of Happy and Successful Leaders | Inc.com

We talk about happiness as if it were a thing to be discovered and acquired.<p>But happiness can never be found externally. It is not a possession to be acquired or a set of conditions, but a state of mind.<p>The happiest people don't necessarily have the best of everything, but they have learned to make …

8 Things You Should Do To Make Employees Love You As A Boss

As there are now five generations represented in the work place, it has become ever more important for businesses and organizations to adopt new …

Handbook for MTN

You can simply click to send or access a Scheduled SMS, Gift SMS, Collect SMS, Voice SMS, Facebook TEXT, TXT-2-Email, DStv Mobile, Mobile Money …

The Secret Service taught Malia Obama to drive

<b>Washington (CNN) —</b> Secret Service agents have one of the toughest jobs in Washington: They are expected, if necessary, to put their lives on the line in the protection of the President and his family.<p>They've also had to teach a teen to drive.<p>First lady Michelle Obama revealed this week that her …

Fashion Modeling

US researchers: Hundreds of NKorea missiles threaten Asia

WASHINGTON (AP) — Nuclear-armed North Korea already has hundreds of ballistic missiles that can target its neighbors in Northeast Asia but will need …

Al-Shabab threatens more attacks in Kenya after Garissa

Al-Shabab, the Somali armed group that carried out a deadly attack on a Kenyan university killing 148 people on Thursday, has threatened to stage more attacks in the country.<p>In a statement issued on Saturday, the group warned Kenyans that their cities will "run red with blood".<p>"No amount of …

Why al-Shabab has gained foothold in Kenya

Kenya grieves for 148 lives gone too soon. My country is in shock at the cold-blooded murder of young students in their hostels and lecture halls at Garissa University College. Garissa is the place where I grew up and after Thursday's gruesome attack, life will never be the same again.<p>The scale of …

Rape and HIV a common reality for young Swazi women | Africa

<b>Mbabane, Swaziland -</b> Nokwanda Dlamini* was 14 when she tested positive for HIV.<p>Too sick to go to school and on the verge of developing AIDS, Nokwanda had been living with her grandmother for a year in Siphocosini, a village about 20km from Swaziland's capital Mbabane.<p>Following a neighbour's advice, …

Heart muscle cells regrown in medical research breakthrough

Unlike animals such as the salamander and the zebrafish, humans are unable to easily regenerate heart cells, making it difficult to recover from the permanent damage caused by heart attacks.<p>But scientists from the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel and the Victor Chang Institute in Sydney have …

Medical Research

Nigeria's future: Failed state or African superpower? | Africa

Mehdi Hasan goes head to head with Nigerian activist and former minister Obiageli Ezekwesili on Nigeria as a regional and global power and Boko Haram.<p>We don't have a political party problem in my country, we have a political class problem<p>Obiageli Ezekwesili<p>In this episode of <i>Head to Head</i> , Mehdi …

'Black box' shows co-pilot sped up descent

<b>Marseille, France (CNN) —</b> Initial tests on the flight data recorder recovered from downed Germanwings Flight 9525 show that co-pilot Andreas Lubitz purposely used the controls to speed up the plane's descent, according to the French air accident investigation agency, the BEA.<p>The flight data …

Airplanes

Militants storm Kenya college, kill 70

<b>(CNN) —</b> The massacre that killed 147 people and wounded scores of others at a Kenyan university lasted for hours Thursday before the terror was over.<p>"It is a very sad day for Kenya," Interior Ministry Joseph Nkaissery said of the carnage at Garissa University College.<p>The death toll is the highest …

Meet the ‘living dead’: Forensic scientists’ new weapon

The bacteria in and on our bodies can betray some of our deepest secrets – even after we die. Linda Geddes investigates.<p>In the seconds after you breathe your last breath, the living dead take over. Now that your blood no longer flows, oxygen levels within your body plummet and degrading chemical …

Brain development in children could be affected by poverty, study shows

Brain scans of children and young adults have revealed that specific brain regions tend to be smaller in those from poorer backgrounds than those born into wealthier families.<p>The effects were most striking among the poorest families who took part in the study, where even modest changes in wages …

The Brain

A scientist who wants to contact aliens has a plan to beam the entire internet into space

One scientist at the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) Institute, doesn't want to send just one message: He wants to broadcast billions of messages by transmitting the entire internet into space.<p>"Such a large corpus — with its text, pictures, videos and sounds — would allow clever …

Nigeria: Vote violence haunts religiously divided Jos | Nigeria

<b>Jos, Nigeria -</b> Sectarian violence between Christians and Muslims has led to deaths and destroyed property for more than a decade in this city, and people here fear another outbreak ahead of Saturday's election.<p>In a closely contested election, President Goodluck Jonathan, a Christian from Nigeria's …

Germanwings Flight 9525 co-pilot suicidal at one time, prosecutor says

<b>(CNN) —</b> The investigation into the crash of Germanwings Flight 9525 has not revealed evidence of the co-pilot Andreas Lubitz's motive, but he suffered from suicidal tendencies at some point before his aviation career, a spokesman for the prosecutor's office in Dusseldorf, Germany, said …

Collect Stories Privately With Friends or Colleagues

With today’s release, there’s an exciting new way for people with shared interests to unite on Flipboard: private group magazines. Now you can collect stories together, and comment on them, in a closed setting.<p>The uses for private group magazines are far and wide (and we’re sure we’re not even …

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