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Beyamba Gilbert
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The mood was unmistakably gloomy at “summer Davos”, an economic forum held annually in China since 2007. Part of the problem is the euro crisis. But the biggest concerns are about China itself: its magnificent growth machine is slowing http://econ.st/RtdlPD
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Hundreds of artists have become the latest victims of forced eviction in ‪#‎Lagos‬, ‪#‎Nigeria‬, as parts of a large complex - called the Artists’ Village - came under the bulldozer.

Actors, musicians, dancers, sculptors, painters and film producers are among those affected.

It is a part of a move which some fear could do lasting damage to Lagos' vibrant arts scene, as authorities try to make space in a rapidly expanding city.

Listen to BBC Africa’s Sam Olukoya's report:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p03j51bv

(Photos: Sam Olukoya, BBC)
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Early testing & diagnosis is key to prevention; treatment & prevention can have maximum impact when HIV is identified early. Join us at +Reachahand Uganda​ on Friday 8th May 2015 for HIV Social Media Storm using the hashtag #iknowKati on all social media platforms. Read more here http://goo.gl/LcZCuX 
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12 Companies, 6 minutes each and 1 hell of an evening of inspiration, serendipity and connection! Join Unreasonable East Africa for the Unreasonable Climax at Cineplex Cinema,The Hub, Oasis mall, #Kampala on July 24th. You won’t want to miss it! http://ow.ly/yODAS #Unreasonable2014   #GiveWings  
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Buy your tick to Unreasonable East Africa 2014 Climax in Kampala #GiveWings  

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Social impact entrepreneurs in #Uganda Via @MoneySpentWell#SocEnt 

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Unreasonable East Africa, an organisation that helps young people to adapt the world to their environment in order to improve it, will from June 25 to July 31, host 24 social entrepreneurs, who run 14 ventures in Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania, at the Unreasonable Institute in #Kampala.

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The princess and the King: Did you know that Princess Stephanie of Monaco contributed the vocals at the beginning of “In The Closet?” http://youtu.be/4qLY0vbrT8Q
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