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    1. Ethiopia's Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, a former minister of health, has been elected the next leader of the World Health Organization. Tedro defeated Britain's Dr. David Nabarro, a U.N. veteran, in the final round of voting on Tuesday.

    2. Recovered in the mid-2000s in Ethiopia, the skeleton is that of a small child, who was probably two or three at the time of death. It was buried in a flash flood and its bones were found ...

    3. For the first time since its establishment in 1948, an African will be heading the World Health Organisation. It's now up to Ethiopia’s “Dr Tedros” to overhaul the lumbering but vital institution, writes KRISTEN VAN SCHIE.

    4. GENEVA — Ethiopia’s Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, a former minister of health, was leading the race to become the World Health Organization’s next leader after two rounds of voting Tuesday ...

    5. In the night's other main race, the women's 5000m, Ethiopia's Genzebe Dibaba failed in her bid to better the world record of 14:11.15 set by her sister Tirunesh in 2008. Dibaba, the 1,500m ...

    6. Christian Atsu has been left out of the 30-man Ghana squad for next month's Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Ethiopia. The 25-year-old forward is one of several high-profile players ...

    7. The crisis has fuelled widespread hunger in Somalia, parts of Kenya and Ethiopia and famine in South Sudan. Africa's youngest nation, South Sudan was sucked into civil war after President ...

    8. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus of Ethiopia will be the first African to lead the World Health Organization following his election Tuesday as director-general of the United Nations agency.

    9. The Foreign Office traditionally uses four ratings when judging the threat of a terrorist attack in its travel advice: high, general, underlying and low. However, it recently reworded its advice ...

    10. Ethiopia’s former health minister has been elected to serve as the next director-general of the World Health Organization. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, 52, will succeed Dr. Margaret Chan ...

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