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Senegal's health minister says lawmakers have banned tobacco advertising and smoking in public places.
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Colleges are paying students to take a year off after high school to travel, volunteer or do internships so that students of all income brackets can benefit from "gap years."
North Carolina's state auditor said Thursday that Elizabeth City State University poorly managed the school's long-distance phone activity and shouldn't have footed the $140,000 bill for thousands of calls to Senegal.
The IAAF has appointed seven members to its newly-formed ethics commission for a four-year term.
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The exodus of tens of thousands of Muslims from Central African Republic amounts to "ethnic cleansing," a top U.N. official and Amnesty International said Wednesday. The rights group warned that the sectarian bloodshed now underway despite the presence of thousands of peacekeepers is a "tragedy of historic proportions."
Rebels who escaped the capital of Central African Republic last month with the illicit help of peacekeepers from Chad, have now resumed their killing spree in the country's north, a human rights group said Thursday.