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French Dairy Recalls Infant Milk from 83 Countries

| January 14, 2018

More than 12 million boxes of French baby milk products are being recalled from 83 countries for suspected salmonella contamination.

The recall includes Lactalis' Picot, Milumel and Taranis brands.

The head of the French dairy Lactalis on Sunday confirmed that …

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World Reacts to Trump’s Vulgar Immigration Comment

| January 12, 2018

STATE DEPARTMENT President Donald Trump's vulgar comments to U.S. lawmakers explaining his opposition to Haitian and African migrants has sparked outrage and condemnation at home and abroad.

U.N. human rights spokesman Rupert Colville called the comments racist. "It's about opening …

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FIRST AFRICAN MIGRANT DEATHS OF 2018 REPORTED IN MEDITERRANEAN; DOZENS MISSING

| January 8, 2018

ROME, Eight African migrants have died, scores rescued and dozens are missing after their rubber dinghy ran into trouble off the Libyan coast. One rescue charity said those picked up had been in the sea for several hours.

Italy's coastguard …

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DOZEN DEAD, SCORES INJURED IN SOUTH AFRICA TRAIN CRASH

| January 6, 2018

JOHANNESBURG, More than a dozen people were killed and hundreds were feared injured after a train struck a lorry, derailed and burst into flames in South Africa on Thursday.

Footage from television news showed fire engulfing one of the train's …

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WATER RESTRICTIONS IN CAPE TOWN TO BE ENFORCED IN THE NEW YEAR

| December 25, 2017

CAPE TOWN, Farouk Roberton, the Communications Officer of the City of Cape Town, has advised residents of South Africa's second largest metropolis, that with the festive season in full swing, and tourists enjoying the sights, everyone should be mindful of …

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