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Jose Mario Vaz 2014 2Guinea-Bissau forms new govt after two-month stalemate

Guinea-Bissau has formed a new government, according to a presidential decree issued early Tuesday, ending a two-month political stalemate in the coup-plagued West African nation. The country has been in turmoil since President Jose Mario Vaz fired prime minister Domingos Simoes Pereira on August 12 over a series of disputes, placing the head of state at loggerheads with his ruling African Party for the Independence of Guinea and Cape Verde (PAIGC).

england euro2016 2Ruthless England qualify for Euro 2016 with perfect 10

The dentist who killed Cecil the Lion says he’s ready to get on with life. Walter Palmer plans to reopen his practice this week after taking a month-long hiatus due to online trolls who trashed his office. The world was shocked by the fate of Zimbabwe’s treasured lion, and angry protesters vandalized Palmer’s home. Many remain disgusted at the now infamous photo of Palmer and a buddy posing with Cecil’s lifeless body.

africa migration 2Out of Africa, and back: ancient skeleton reveals vast Eurasian migration

Scientists found an ancient skeleton which reveals that up to a quarter of the western Eurasian population were migrating into Africa, 3,000 years ago. The claim, published in the journal Science on Thursday, comes after a team of researchers sequenced the genome of a 4,500-year-old man in Africa – a groundbreaking feat in a hot climate where DNA is often difficult to extract.