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Effort to eradicate Guinea worm disease enters ‘last mile’

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Sgt4succsess SMACIN GRACEFULL TEAM Effort to eradicate Guinea worm disease enters ‘last mile’ The final years of the eradication effort, led by the US’s Carter Center, will be the ‘most difficult’, expert says. ADVERTISEMENT Only 13 human cases of Guinea worm disease were reported worldwide last year, according to the Carter Center in the United States. ADVERTISEMENT After decades of progress, Adam Weiss, director of The Carter Center’s Guinea Worm Eradication Program, cautioned the end phase of the global effort to eradicate the parasitic disease will be “the most difficult”. ADVERTISEMENT The Atlanta-based centre – founded by former US President Jimmy Carter and his wife Eleanor Rosalynn Carter – said on Tuesday that the 13 infections occurred in four countries in sub-Saharan Africa. ADVERTISEMENT Six human cases were reported in Chad,

DRC president says M23 rebels yet to withdraw as agreed

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Sgt4succsess SMACIN GRACEFULL TEAM DRC president says M23 rebels yet to withdraw as agreed According to an agreement brokered by regional leaders, the rebels were to withdraw from recently seized positions. ADVERTISEMENT The president of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Felix Tshisekedi, says the M23 rebel group has not fully withdrawn from areas seized in the country’s east, accusing the militia of faking an agreed pullback of its forces. ADVERTISEMENT “Despite the international pressure, the group is still there,” Tshisekedi said on Tuesday during a panel session at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. ADVERTISEMENT “They pretend to move, they act like they are moving, but they’re not. They’re simply moving around, redeploying elsewhere, and they stay in the towns that they have captured,” he said. ADVERTISEMENT

Lucile Randon, the oldest person in the world, dies at 118

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Sgt4succsess SMACIN GRACEFULL TEAM Lucile Randon, the oldest person in the world, dies at 118 Randon, who became a nun in 1944, said work and caring for others were the main reasons for her longevity. ADVERTISEMENT The oldest person in the world, French nun Lucile Randon, has died at the age of 118. Randon, who took the name of Sister Andre when she became a nun in 1944, died in her sleep on Tuesday at the nursing home where she lived. ADVERTISEMENT “There is great sadness but … it was her desire to join her beloved brother. For her, it’s a liberation,” spokesperson David Tavella, of the Sainte-Catherine-Laboure nursing home in the southern French town of Toulon. ADVERTISEMENT Randon was born on February 11, 1904, and was the world’s oldest living person according to the Gerontology Research Group’s (GRG) World Supercentenarian Rankings List. ADVER

Two killed, 12 injured as storms hit France’s Corsica

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SMACIN GRACEFULL TEAM Two killed, 12 injured as storms hit France’s Corsica The French island suffered from hail, heavy rain and powerful winds which killed two people and injured 12 others. ADVERTISEMENT Two people were killed and 12 others injured when strong winds and hail hit the French island of Corsica, while storms have left about 1,000 households without electricity in mainland France. ADVERTISEMENT Parts of France have had more rain in just a few hours than in all of the recent months, with substantial flooding a result after weeks of heatwaves and drought degraded the soil’s capacity to absorb water. ADVERTISEMENT Corsica, a key tourist destination, on Thursday became the centre of a low-pressure area marked by intense storms with hail, heavy rain and winds of more than 220 kilometres per hour (136 miles per hour), according to a spokesman f

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