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New round of Mali peace talks opens in Algiers

Peace talks between the Malian government and armed rebels opened on Monday in the Algerian capital, the second round of negotiations since July aimed at clinching a lasting peace agreement. Duration: 01:20 Sep 3, 2014
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Ebola-denial a revolt against colonial mindset: expert

A leading social anthropologist who spent a month among communities in the epicentre of the Ebola outbreak claims that "Ebola-denial" -- one of the more bizarre features of the deadly epidemic -- is perhaps not all that it seems. Duration: 00:59 Sep 2, 2014
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Football stars gather for Papal charity match

International football sensations such as Alessandro Del Piero, Samuel Eto'o and Sulley Muntari take to the pitch in Rome for a charitable "peace match" organised by former Argentina star Javier Zanetti and Pope Francis. Duration: 00:38 Sep 2, 2014
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PM Modi enjoys Vande Mataram sung by children at Tokyos Indian community reception Part - 2

Tokyo, Sep 02 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday visited the Indian community reception in Tokyo where Indian students in Japan sang ‘Vande Mataram’ for the prime minister. Modi cherished the anthem throughout enjoying the tune and lipsing the song. Later, while addressing the people at the reception, Modi pitched in for the developed India and said that India is no more the land of black magic and snake charmers but of technology. Modi also said that he gifted his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe with Hindu religious book Bhagavad Gita and that there could be no better gift he could offer and any person cannot expect a better gift than this. Sep 2, 2014