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April 22

  • U.S. Revises Targeted Sanctions

    SW Radio

    The US government has revised its targeted sanctions list by adding four new names and removing 11 others. Read more »

  • Can We End Global Hunger? [document]

    State Department

    Hunger and undernutrition are costly in human terms and economically. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, hunger and undernutrition cost the... Read more »

  • Students, Teachers Invited to Join Virtual Field Trip to Mars [document]

    State Department

    This blog post by Evan M. Ryan appeared on the State Department's Dipnote blog. Ryan is the assistant secretary of state for educational and cultural affairs. Read more »

  • Parliament Ready for Direct Talks With U.S. Congress, Says Speaker

    Sudan Tribune

    The speaker of the Sudanese parliament, Al-Fatih Izz Al-din, has expressed readiness of the National Assembly to engage in direct talks with the United States Congress in order to... Read more »

  • U.S. Envoy Preaches Peace for 2015 Elections

    CAJ News

    THE United States Ambassador to Nigeria, James Entwistle, has urged Nigerians to take a pledge against violence ahead of the 2015 elections. Read more »

  • Rock4Rhinos Concert in June Supported By the Straits

    Biz-Community

    The international group, The Straits, boasting key members of Dire Straits, the band who gave the world Money for Nothing, Sultans of Swing, Brothers in Arms and other worldwide... Read more »

  • Obama's Perilous Global Strategy [analysis]

    Namibian

    RUSSIA has re-emerged. The turmoil in Ukraine exposed and effectively undermined United States' global diplomacy posture and its hegemonic temperament. Read more »

  • United States of Guns

    Vanguard

    THE US human population is about 315 million. And the US gun population is about 313 million. Statistically speaking, therefore, every U.S citizen, old or young, sane or with... Read more »



April 21

  • Crime, Corruption, Militias Boost Elephant Poaching - Report

    VOA

    A new report says organized crime, government corruption and militias are all linked to elephant poaching and the illegal ivory trade. It says poachers in Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Sudan... Read more »

  • Complementary Investments Aim to Sustain Mali Irrigation Project [document]

    State Department

    The U.S. Millennium Challenge Corporation invests $252.9 million in the Alatona Irrigation Project in Mali to build irrigation infrastructure and designed a package of... Read more »

  • Proclamation On Earth Day [document]

    State Department

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April 20

  • In the Thick of Open Heart Surgery

    New Times

    It is 7am, outside King Faisal Hospital theatre. I'm here to unravel the intricacies in open heart surgery, something that is often left to only the medical staff with access to... Read more »



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