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Ruble Worst-Hit in Developing World Selloff Sparked by China
La Repubblica - 1/6/2016
(Bloomberg) -- The ruble dropped most among emerging-market currencies as tumbling oil prices exacerbated a selloff in riskier assets hit by China’s decision to let the yuan slip to a five-year low.
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Villagers carve way through mountain to rid poverty
CHINAdaily USA - 1/6/2016
GUIYANG -- Together with her fellow villagers, Deng Yingxiang used hammers and shovels to cut through a mountain, carving a path from her isolated village to the outside world. Mahuai Village, in Southwest
China Focus: Villagers carve way through mountain to rid poverty Xinhua News Agency
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South African Farmers May Seek International Aid as Drought Hits
Bloomberg - 1/6/2016
South African farmers may seek international aid as the worst drought in decades threatens a regional food shortage, according to a farmers’ group. Farmers need as much as 20 billion rand ($1.27 billion),
Farmers may seek international aid as drought hits Moneyweb
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Paul Graham: 'Ending economic inequality means ending startups'
Business Insider UK - 1/5/2016
Paul Graham. See Also Richard Branson's Virgin Media is launching its own version of Y-Combinator in London The most elite school for Silicon Valley startups just threw a wrench into the works
Paul Graham: 'Ending economic inequality means ending startups Latest Nigerian News.com
Paul Graham: 'Ending income inequality means ending startups' Business Insider UK
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Offer HK 'residents to be' benefits, says NGO
CHINAdaily.com.cn - 1/5/2016
Around 100,000 families waiting for One-Way Permit 'in need of assistance' A major social welfare concern group has urged the government to review its policy and enhance support to the city's roughly
Offer HK 'residents to be' benefits: NGO China Daily Asia
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The lingering health effects of the Civil War
Chicago Tribune - 1/4/2016
A map of deaths from heart disease reveals the American South ablaze in red; of the 10 states with the highest rate of death from heart disease among white people in 2010, all but two are below the Mason-Dixon
Could heart disease in the South be a lingering effect of the American Civil War? MyInforms
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Associa Designates $100K for Winter Storm Disaster Relief
Reuters - 1/4/2016
DALLAS, Jan. 4, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Associa , the industry's largest community association management firm, has announced a $100,000 contribution on behalf of Associa Cares to go toward disaster
Associa Designates and#36;100K for Winter Storm Disaster Relief SPi World News
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Dental care in England 'Third World'
BBC - 1/4/2016
From the section Health Image copyright Thinkstock Standards of NHS dental care in England have been likened to a "Third World" service, by dentists. The care, already "unfit for purpose", is
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The lingering health effects of the Civil War in the South
Washington Post - 1/4/2016
A map of deaths from heart disease reveals the American South ablaze in red; of the 10 states with the highest rate of death from heart disease among white people in 2010, all but two are below the Mason-Dixon
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Akita body faces challenges of globalization
Chicago Tribune - 1/3/2016
AKITA, Japan - Osamu Yamaguchi, 61, operates Grace Garden, a kennel specializing in Akita dogs in Takasaki, Gunma Prefecture. "How should we deal with Akitas in Japan and overseas?" said Yamaguchi, who
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How effective was Israeli NGO's Facebook incitement experiment?
Jerusalem Post - 1/6/2016
Shurat Hadin - Israel Law Center announced on Tuesday that its “Big Facebook Experiment” had proven that Facebook discriminates against Jews and Israel versus Palestinians and Muslims when it comes to
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A Sociology of Foreign Aid and the World Society
Sociology Compass - 1/6/2016
Article Liam Swiss * Article first published online: 6 JAN 2016 DOI: 10.1111/soc4.12336 © 2016 John Wiley & Sons Ltd. Issue Additional Information How to Cite Swiss, L. (
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Comment: Israel’s special role in global health science and diplomacy
Jerusalem Post - 1/6/2016
The 2014 Ebola epidemic in West Africa caught many global leaders and policymakers by surprise. The world was slow to mount the massive response needed to get the majority of Ebola patients treated
Israel’s special role in global health science and diplomacy Jerusalem Post
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10 Countries That Spend The Most on Foreign Aid
InsiderMonkey.com - 1/6/2016
To find out how much generosity is there in the world, we researched about countries that spend the most on foreign aid . When it comes to international relationships between countries, foreign aid is
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Immediate action needed to tackle poverty
Jakarta Post - 1/6/2016
The government has been urged to take immediate action to tackle a potential rise in the poverty rate amid the weak domestic economy, as existing programs have been ineffective in addressing the issues.
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NGO spreads Vivekananda's ideas via bands
Times of India - 1/6/2016
BENGALURU: To mark the 153rd birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda, celebrated as National Youth Day on January 12, Samartha Bharata Trust, an non-profitable organization, will popularize `Vivek bands'
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Alberta students build prosthetics for people in developing countries
Metro Canada - 1/6/2016
Students in Calgary and Edmonton are starting the new year by offering a helping hand – specifically, a 3D printed prosthetic hand, delivered to people in need across the world. Colin Pischke, owner
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Front Page: 2015 self-rated poverty lowest in 4 years
Business World - 1/5/2016
Results of a Dec. 5-8 survey among 1,200 adults nationwide -- with sampling error margins of ±3 points for national percentages and ±6 points each for Metro Manila, “Balance Luzon,” the Visayas and Mindanao
2015 self-rated poverty lowest in 4 years Business World
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Kyoto target to be met with Third World permits
Australian Financial Review - 1/5/2016
Cheap international permits will account for about 22 million tonnes of a required 236 million tonne reduction in carbon-dioxide equivalent required over the next five years. The Australian government
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Kenya shilling steady, seen gaining on NGO dollar sales
The Star (Kenya) - 1/5/2016
Kenya 's shilling was stable on Tuesday and traders said it could strengthen in the days ahead, helped by dollar inflows from non-governmental organisations. At 0656 GMT, commercial banks quoted the
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As Part of Its International Development, the Fraikin Group Is Strengthening Its
Wards Auto.com - 1/5/2016
/PRNewswire/ -- In less than a year, Fraikin has doubled the size of its addressable market, which has gone from 1 million registered industrial and commercial vehicles per annum to 2 million. Thus, the
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Infectious diseases in the developing world - Preventative and Diagnostic advances
Frost & Sullivan - 1/5/2016
Impact and assessment of novel diagnostic techniques to detect key infectious diseases     Free sample     Buy Now USD 4,950 Infectious diseases that are caused by major pathogenic microorganisms
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As Part of Its International Development, the Fraikin Group Is Strengthening Its
Yahoo! Finance - 1/5/2016
7 minutes ago Done COLOMBES, France, January 5, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- In less than a year, Fraikin has doubled the size of its addressable market, which has gone from 1 million registered industrial
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Kahlon: Kulanu can live with new NGO funding bill
Haaretz - 1/5/2016
Finance Minister Kahlon briefing reporters at the Knesset on Monday. Finance Minister and Kulanu party leader Moshe Kahlon would be pleased if former Minister Gideon Sa’ar would join his party and run
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Soaring food prices lead to increase in poverty
Jakarta Post - 1/5/2016
Due to the increase in staple food prices, the number of underprivileged people, especially in urban areas, has increased, especially in West Java and North Sumatra. The number of poverty-stricken people
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