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  2. HIV/AIDS in South Africa - Wikipedia

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    Latest data on HIV prevalence in South Africa. The World Bank and United Nations source their data on HIV prevalence from Statistics South Africa. According to Statistics South Africa's mid-year population estimates for 2018, the total HIV prevalence rate for the country is 13.1%. The HIV prevalence rate for all adults aged 15 to 49 is 19.0%.

  3. VietJet Air - Wikipedia

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    Later news reports from the state-controlled Vietnam News Agency echoed these initial reports, stating that "the airline's four-year delay in takeoff was due to the global economic crisis", referring to the late-2000s global financial crisis.

  4. Mohamed Salah - Wikipedia

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    Mohamed Salah Hamed Mahrous Ghaly (Arabic: محمد صلاح حامد محروس غالي ‎, Egyptian Arabic pronunciation: [mæˈħam.mæd sˤɑˈlɑːħ ˈɣæːli]; born 15 June 1992) is an Egyptian professional footballer who plays as a forward for Premier League club Liverpool and captains the Egypt national team.

  5. List of festivals in Nigeria - Wikipedia

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    The Lagos Book and Art Festival (LABAF) is an annual arts festival founded in 1999 by the Committee for Relevant Art (CORA), a Nigerian-based cultural organisation. LABAF features a number of different activities including pre-festival activities like book treks and other major festival activities including musical performances, book readings, film screenings, a publishers’ forum], book and ...

  6. Angry white man - Wikipedia

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    The "angry white man" or "angry white male" is a cultural stereotype of white males holding conservative or right-wing views in the context of U.S. politics, often characterized by "opposition to liberal anti-discriminatory policies" and beliefs.

  7. 2012 Indian Ocean earthquakes - Wikipedia

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    The 2012 Indian Ocean earthquakes were magnitude 8.6 and 8.2 M w undersea earthquakes that struck near the Indonesian province of Aceh on 11 April at 15:38 local time. . Initially, authorities feared that the initial earthquake would cause a tsunami and warnings were issued across the Indian Ocean; however, these warnings were subsequently can

  8. Al Jazeera English - Wikipedia

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    The channel aired Newshour in the morning and midday hours and cut to live Al Jazeera English coverage of large breaking international news stories outside of that. Al Jazeera English programmes Witness , Earthrise , The Listening Post , Talk To Al Jazeera, Al Jazeera Correspondent and 101 East along with Al Jazeera Investigates regularly aired ...

  9. Rail transport - Wikipedia

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    Rail transport (also known as train transport) is a means of transferring passengers and goods on wheeled vehicles running on rails, which are located on tracks.In contrast to road transport, where the vehicles run on a prepared flat surface, rail vehicles (rolling stock) are directionally guided by the tracks on which they run.