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Mr. Peter Wonacott

Africa Bureau Chief

WSJ

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The Agonist

Bureau Chief, Africa

Wall Street Journal

Various Positions

Dow Jones & Company

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The Wall Street Journal's Peter Wonacott on faith healers complicating the Ebola response in West Africa: "An important part of that work has zeroed in on dispelling rumors and debunking miracle cures. Morehere.


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The Wall Street Journal's Peter Wonacott on faith healers complicating the Ebola response in West Africa: "An important part of that work has zeroed in on dispelling rumors and debunking miracle cures. Morehere.


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Ambassador Tian Xuejun was interviewed by Mr. Peter Wonacott, African Bureau Chief of the Wall Street Journal.

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By PETER WONACOTT Staff Reporter of THE WALL STREET JOURNAL


Merriman Market Analyst - MMA Comments for the Week Beginning December 9, 2013

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- Peter Wonacott, "Nelson Mandela: 1918-2013," Wall Street Journal, December 6, 2013

The world lost a great man on Thursday, December 5 - a man who represents the highest qualities of the Uranus-Pluto cycle in that he was first a militant activist (Uranus), and then became one of the world's great unifying forces in the struggle for racial equality, civil rights, and really, human rights (also Uranus). He transformed these quests for freedom and basic rights into reality, which is the higher purpose of Pluto in Capricorn. Also in Pluto-in-Capricorn mode in its highest expression, his efforts created a legacy that will inspire great men and women for many, many generations. And he leaves us under one of the most fortunate of all planetary aspects: Jupiter trine Saturn. He will be sorely missed, but the heroic efforts of his life will live on, and for that, we can be thankful.

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