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Zimbabwe Swears In A New President, In The First Transfer Of Power Since Independence ›
For the first time since the country gained independence from white minority rule in 1980, Zimbabwe has a new leader. At a packed stadium in the capital city Harare, Emmerson Mnangagwa promised not to "squander this moment" to change the culture of politics in his country. The outgoing president, Robert Mugabe, had said he would not attend the day's festivities because he "needed time to rest." The 93-year-old Mugabe resigned a few days ago after 37 years in power, in the face of military pressure and mass demonstrations. He has said he will remain in the country, and Zimbabwe's state-run Herald newspaper says Mnangagwa has assured him and his family of their protection . As NPR's Ofeibea Quist-Arcton has reported , the past few weeks have been a time of political upheaval in Zimbabwe. On Nov. 6, Mnangagwa was fired as vice president by Mugabe, and fled to South Africa, saying he feared for his life. But the military refused to accept Mnangagwa's dismissal, and warned that the army
Fri, 24 Nov 2017 16:43:00 +0000
Less Waste, More Taste: A Master Chef Reimagines Thanksgiving Leftovers ›
Food waste is a huge problem globally — starting with our own refrigerators. Over this Thanksgiving week, Americans will throw out almost 200 million pounds of turkey alone, according to figures from the Natural Resources Defense Council. But before you toss that bird, read on. We asked Massimo Bottura, one of the world's best chefs, to help us figure out what to do with our holiday leftovers. Bottura is a rock star in the food world. His restaurant in Modena, Italy, Osteria Francescana , has three Michelin stars. But at this moment, he's in the kitchen of NPR's cafeteria, bent over a compost bin. He's looking for ... ingredients. "I found something very interesting — onion peels and celery," Bottura says as he straightens up again. He also plucks out the stems of a bunch of Italian parsley and declares them "perfectly fresh." Bottura is a firm believer that nothing should be wasted in the kitchen. Most Americans aren't so conscientious. A recent NRDC survey in three U.S. cities found
Fri, 24 Nov 2017 16:07:00 +0000
Mosque Attack In Egypt's Sinai Kills At Least 235 ›
Updated at 11:36 a.m. ET A terrorist attack that targeted a mosque in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula has left at least 235 people dead and as many as 109 wounded Friday, that country's state news agency reported. The death toll makes it the biggest attack since the conflict in the North Sinai started six years ago. The Middle East News Agency said the bombing and shooting attack took place in the city of Arish, which is about 30 miles from the border with the Gaza Strip. Police officers told the Associated Press that men in four off-road vehicles shot at worshipers who were at the al-Rawdah mosque for Friday prayers. Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi is expected to address the country via state television soon, MENA reports . He chaired a meeting with security officials in the aftermath of the attack. Sissi called the attack "criminal," and "cowardly." The AP report goes on: "In a televised statement Friday evening, el-Sissi said that the attack 'will not go unpunished' and that Egypt
Fri, 24 Nov 2017 14:35:00 +0000
The #OptOutside Sales Pitch: Go Outdoors On Black Friday ›
More than a dozen state and national parks have caught on to the #OptOutside movement . They're waiving fees, or offering guided hikes and other enticements to bring people outdoors on Black Friday. The movement started two years ago, when outdoor gear company REI shut its doors for the day on Black Friday and unveiled the Opt Outside campaign. After a late breakfast that will probably include some turkey, Carrie Harris of Anchorage said she and her family plan to steer clear of the shops. "My in-laws are in town and with our three little boys we're going to get out and do some sledding and try to stay away from downtown ... and just spend time together as a family outside," she said on Wednesday. If you live in colder areas and do choose to venture outdoors, North Country Public Radio's Brian Mann offers 10 tips to make it more fun, and a little safer. 1. Tell someone where you're going and when you'll be back. This is a big deal, even if you're just walking in a park on the edge of
Fri, 24 Nov 2017 13:20:00 +0000
Zimbabwe Swears In A New President ›
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