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Malnutrition in Africa

Africas attempts to achieve health for all by 2030 could be threatened unless the continent address the twin challenges of undernutrition and obesity, experts attending a United Nations meeting in Nairobi this week have warned.

SOP newswire3UN: Journalists Worldwide Must Be Protected - Ki-moon paid tribute to journalists who ensure the rest of the world can have access to unbiased information, and in stressing the need to protect their freedom and safety.
SOP newswire2U.S. Muslims Approve of Obama's First 100 Days - Gallup Poll Daily tracking during President Obama's first 100 days in office finds broad support for him among Americans affiliated with most major U.S
SOP newswire2 The General Assembly Economic Crisis Summit Must Have The Last Word - The global conversation aimed at finding solutions to alleviate the economic and financial turmoil enveloping markets around the world needs to widen participation
SOP newswire2It's the Mexican Flu Stupid: Or Is It Something Else? - While hyper political correctness tries to hold sway in America as not to offend or disrupt trade with our Mexican neighbors to the south, the official name of the new flu pandemic is Mexican
SOP newswire3Hillary Clinton: Pakistan Now Understands Talilban Threat - Pakistan finally is beginning to respond to the threat that Taliban extremists pose inside the country, Hillary Clinton said before the Senate Appropriations Committee.
SOP newswire3State Dept.: al Qaeda No. 1 Threat To US - The al-Qaida terrorist network continues to pose the greatest danger to the US, a senior U.S. State Department official said.
Christopher HIllenbrandSwine Flu Is Diminishing; Scientific Term Now Widely Used - The leading health director for Mexico's Health Ministry emphasized he is hopeful that the swine flu is now diminishing in virulence as the new
SOP newswire3UN: Humanity Taking Back Seat To Politics In Gaza - Helping Gaza`s most vulnerable must be a top priority, the United Nations humanitarian chief urged today.
SOP newswire2Swine Flu Precautions Urged By Imams: How Many Will Die? - CAIR today called on imams to use daily and Jummah prayers in the nation`s mosques as a platform for providing information about preventing the spread of swine flu.
SOP newswire3World Safety Day: Nations Must Not Relax Standards - Marking this year`s World Day for Safety and Health at Work, the head of the United Nation`s labour arm warned against a relaxation of standards due to the global economic crisis.
SOP newswire3UN: Sri Lanka Coping With Twin Humanitarian Crises - The UN humanitarian chief warned that Sri Lanka faces two distinct crises, as he toured camps for people who fled fighting in the country`s north between Government troops and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam
Christopher HIllenbrandWHO Elevates Alert Level On Swine Flu Epidemic - After meeting to address the threat the new swine flu strain is posing toward the globe, the World Health Organization elevated the alert level but declined to label the illness a global emergency.
Robert Paul ReyesItalian Cruise Ship Fends Off Pirates - The Italian cruise ship Melody was attacked by pirates, and in a surprising twist the crew fought back with gunfire and water hoses and repelled the attack.
SOP newswire3Hillary Clinton Visits Baghdad - Clinton assured Iraqi leaders during a visit to Baghdad yesterday that as the US draws down its troops in Iraq, it won`t draw down its commitment to Iraq.
Christopher HIllenbrandSwine Flu Brings Daily Activities To A Standstill; Fears of Pandemic Heighten - Services were cancelled all throughout the predominantly Roman Catholic Mexico City where fears of a swine flu epidemic caused many of the city's institutions
Christopher HIllenbrandSpain Declares First Confirmed Swine Flu Case In Europe:Who Will Be Next? - Spain's Health Ministry announced that the country confirmed the first swine flu case in Europe on Monday, and reported that 20 others are showing symptoms of the disease.
Djelloul (Del) Marbrook (Editor/Mentor)The Right Just Can't Get it Right: Intellectual Bankruptcy - House minority whip Eric Cantor of Virginia says we all know that the collapse of housing prices is at the root of what has gone wrong with our economy.
SOP newswire2Swine Flu Spreads: Fears Grow - Outbreaks of swine flu, suspected to have killed up to 81 people in Mexico, are being reported from other countries amid growing fears of a
SOP newswire2US Zeroing Case Filed by Japan: - The WTO issued on 24 April a compliance panel report under Article 21.5 of the Dispute Settlement Understanding (DSU) examining
SOP newswire3Mike Mullen: Taliban's Growing Strength In Pakistan Frustrating - The Taliban`s growing strength in Pakistan is frustrating to the United States, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said here today.
SOP newswire3UN Speaks Out Against Suicde Bombing Blitz In Iraq - The UN condemned in the strongest terms " the back-to-back suicide bombings in Baghdad and Diyala in the last few days.
SOP newswire2King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud Visits Holy Mosques - The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud today paid a visit to King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology in Riyadh
SOP newswire2Iraqi-Syrian Joint Committee: It's Go Time! - Last night in Baghdad, the work of the Syrian-Iraqi Higher Committee under the chairmanship of Mr. Mohamed Naji Al-Otari, Prime Minister and Mr.Nouri al-Maliki Prime Minister of the Republic of Iraq
SOP newswire2U.S. Delegation to Iran Seeking Journalist's Release - The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) is preparing to send a delegation to Iran to seek the release of American journalist Roxana Saberi, who
SOP newswire3Ban Welcomes $200 Million In Aid For Security In Somalia - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today welcomed over $200 million pledged to help the emergent Government in Somalia.
SOP newswire2The Russian Handicap to U.S. Iran Policy - There are voices in the Obama Administration who believe that the Kremlin is able and willing to exert pressure on Iran to prevent it from acquiring nuclear weapons.
Robert Paul ReyesTeenage Pirate Bawls Like A Frightened School Girl - When the teenage Somali was in court facing piracy charges he wept like a school girl who just had her Barbie's head ripped off by a bully.
SOP newswire3UN: Thousands Of Civilians Trapped In Combat Zone In Sri Lanka: - The UN voiced deep concern today over the safety of tens of thousands of civilians trapped in combat zone in Srik Lanka
Robert Paul ReyesAfghan Law: Man Can Starve Wife If She Refuses Sex - A new Afghan law does not allow marital rape as its critics claim, but lets men refuse to feed wives who deny them sex, the cleric behind it says
Christopher HIllenbrandThe Fifth Temple of Eleven As Described In Luxor Is Uncovered - The "Way of Horus" once linked Egypt to what is now modern-day Palestine, and is near the city of Rafah, which skirts the Palestinian border territory of Gaza.
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