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Children in Developing Nations Hungry to Learn
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Program Turns Drought-Ravaged Villages into "Gardens of Eden"
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Changing Children’s Lives: A Woman’s Mission
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Seeking Personal Enrichment Abroad
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25 Years of Achievements – Charity Still Going Strong
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7 African Martial Arts You Probably Didn’t Know Existed
Dambe was historically practiced by the Hausa butchers’ guild around harvest or festival time and was considered to be a test of bravery, a rite of passage for marriage, or preparation for war.” The west African boxing style is extremely popular in Nigeria, southern Niger and Chad,....
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The Prize: Fighting for Libya’s Energy Wealth
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Somaliland’s hybrid system of tri-party democracy and traditional clan-based governance has enabled the consolidation of state-like authority, social and economic recovery and, above all, relative peace and security but now needs reform. Success has brought greater resources, including a....
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Revisiting the Niger Delta
Violence in the Niger Delta may soon increase unless the Nigerian government acts quickly and decisively to address long-simmering grievances. With the costly Presidential Amnesty Program for ex-insurgents due to end in a few months, there are increasingly bitter complaints in the region that....
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