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Poor Nutrition Causes 45% of Deaths in Kids Under Five Each Year. Get this and Other News Here

  1. FACT: Poor nutrition causes 45% of deaths in kids under five each yr. Together we can stop this #ZeroHunger
  2. What does it take for a 1-2 yr-old child to get nutrients they need?
  3. Detective scientists work to identify which rice varieties can reduce pollution—& save farmers money:
  4. 70% seeds used in W/Africa produced in Nigeria —DG Seed Council
  5. If we want to reduce global #hunger, we can’t afford to continue ignoring #soil health:
  6. Nigeria: Lautech Partners Waapp to Popularize Orange Fleshed Sweet Potato
  7. Top five must-sees in Toronto: Food, shopping, sports, culture & Edge Walk
  8. Nigerian All-Star squad touch down in Spain courtesy of LaLiga World
  9. Are your kids hooked on video games? Some may be doing them good.
  10. Why are Olympians covered in big red circles?
  11. Olympics: Chelsea Pleased With Mikel Obi  
  12. Manchester City Sign Everton Defender John Stones
  13. John Stones becomes the world’s 2nd most expensive defender as he joins Man City for £47.5m
  14. President Obama and the First Lady recount their favorite #Olympic memories:
  15. Pogba: I’ll be a better player and person under Mourinho
  16. Few things you probably didn’t know about Nigeria’s Rower Chierika Ukogu who’s in action today.
  17. Meet Lily King, the 19-year-old Olympic champion that can’t bloody stand drug cheats
  18. The top 10 most expensive football players in the world
  19. JUST IN: John Stones signing shirts at the Manchester City club shop
  20. Despite Neymar and home-field advantage, Brazil has scored zero goals this Olympics
  21. Swansea City agree club-record fee for Atlético Madrid striker Borja Bastón
  22. Arsenal are reportedly willing to offer £29m plus Olivier Giroud to Inter Milan in a deal that would see Mauro Icardi move to the Emirates.

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