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EUROZONE CRISIS 
The Eurozone crisis has become a buzzword, but most people are oblivious as to how this will affect them personally. The crisis was sparked by Greece's inability to meet its borrowing obligations, very similar to a situation where you are unable to pay your bank loan due to a job loss or cut in salary. Because of this, many banks who were lenders to Greece are experiencing a cash crunch.

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Militant ambush claims 14 Algerian soldiers
The Gulf Today - 105 Minutes ago
ALGIERS: Fourteen Algerian soldiers were killed and a dozen wounded when they fell into an ambush in the restive Kabylie region east of Algiers, security sources said on Sunday. Eleven soldiers were
14 Algerian soldiers killed in ambush The Nation Pakistan
Gunmen kill 11 Algerian soldiers in ambush, ministry says Times of India
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Two Chinese engineers abducted in Sudan
People.com.cn - 2 Hours ago
KHARTOUM - Two Chinese engineers, working at an oil field belonging to Sudanese oil companies in Sudan's West Kordofan State, were abducted by unidentified men on Friday, according to sources at Chinese
2 Chinese engineers abducted in Sudan China.org.cn
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Africa's most deluxe safaris
CNN - 71 Minutes ago
(CNN) -- African safaris have upped their game. We're not talking about the "Big Five" beasts -- lion, leopard, elephant, rhino, buffalo -- that people pay top dollar to see. We're talking about the
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The Central African Republic can’t wait
Washington Post - 88 Minutes ago
THE UNANIMITY with which the a peacekeeping force for the early this month attested to the dire situation in that impoverished country. More than 630,000 people in a nation of 4.5?million have fled their
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Two Chinese engineers abducted in Sudan's Kordofan
Ecns.cn - 2 Hours ago
Two Chinese engineers, working at an oil field belonging to Sudanese oil companies in Sudan's West Kordofan State, were abducted by unidentified men on Friday, according to sources at Chinese Embassy
Two Chinese engineers abducted in Sudan's Kordofan region China Military Online
XINHUA - 2nd LD: Two Chinese engineers abducted in Sudan's Kordofan region Namibia Press Agency
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Performing Repatriation? The Role of Refugee Aid in Shaping New Beginnings in Mauritania
Development and Change - 45 Minutes ago
ABSTRACT Academic work on transitional justice has tended to focus on the most obvious and institutionalized sites where ideas about justice and transition are discussed or contested, such as truth
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New Start or False Start? The ICC and Electoral Violence in Kenya
Development and Change - 45 Minutes ago
ABSTRACT This article investigates how far the International Criminal Court (ICC) trial of post-election violence in Kenya represented a new start for Kenyan politics, for international criminal justice
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Conflicting Logics of Exceptionality: New Beginnings and the Problem of Police Violence
Development and Change - 45 Minutes ago
ABSTRACT This article explores the uneasy co-existence between two different pressing needs in post-apartheid South Africa: the urgency to reform the South African Police and the urgency to address
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Justice without Peace? International Justice and Conflict Resolution in Northern
Development and Change - 45 Minutes ago
ABSTRACT This article examines the heated debate that resulted from the decision of the International Criminal Court to investigate the events surrounding the conflict between the Government of Uganda
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Egypt court jails 30 Morsi supporters
Press TV - 65 Minutes ago
An Egyptian court has sentenced 30 supporters of ousted president, Mohamed Morsi, to more than three years in prison as military-installed government continues cracking down on dissidents. Judicial sources
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Real Housewives of Atlanta season 6 reunion live stream online [Bravo TV]: Watch
Christian Today - 89 Minutes ago
Atlanta Police Department Porsha Williams The Real Housewives of Atlanta season 6 reunion special will be airing Sunday, April 20. Fans of the reality show will finally get to see the episode
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Mozambique - Cities and Climate Change : P123201 - Implementation Status Results
World Bank - 97 Minutes ago
Complete Report in English Official version of document (may contain signatures, etc) *The text version is uncorrected OCR text and is included solely to benefit users with slow connectivity.
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Nairobi Airport Hotel, w/Air, 4 Nights From:
Budget Travel - 97 Minutes ago
Location Score shows how close a hotel is to fun and interesting things to do nearby. Higher scores are usually within walking distance, while lower scores may require a car or other types of transportation.
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Graduation parade at military academy held in Libya
Xinhua News Agency - 2 Hours ago
A helicopter passes over a military academy in Tobruk, Libya, on April 20, 2014. A military parade was held during the graduation ceremony of the new Libyan army officers. (Xinhua/Hamza Turkia) 1 2 3
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globe west A day of cheer for pupils, Kenyans
Boston Globe - 2 Hours ago
Third-graders joyously sang traditional songs in Swahili and danced to the music for thrilled members of the Kenyan running team in the elaborately decorated gymnasium at the Elmwood Elementary School
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Mozambique reports 16 confirmed dengue cases
Chongqing News Net - 114 Minutes ago
MAPUTO, April 20 (Xinhua) -- Mozambican authorities Saturday confirmed 16 cases of dengue fever in the country's north. The disease broke out in Pemba, capital city of the northern Cabo Delgado Province.
XINHUA - Mozambique reports 16 confirmed dengue cases Namibia Press Agency
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First Sino-Tunisian co-produced film honors "China Dream"
Chongqing News Net - 114 Minutes ago
BEIJING, April 18 (Xinhua) -- It is apt that the title of Rachid Ferchiou's latest film matches the mantra of China's new leadership in seeking the nation's revitalization. The renowned Tunisian director's
First Sino-Tunisian co-produced film honors 'China Dream' China.org.cn
Sino-Tunisian co-produced film honors China dream CHINAdaily
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Editorial: International aid can't arrive soon enough for the Central African Republic
AllVoices - 50 Minutes ago
On March29 Chadian troops killed about 30 people and injured more than 300 at a Christian market in Bangui. Chad, a majority-Muslim country, later agreed to withdraw its 850 peacekeepers, which were not
Editorial: International aid can’t arrive soon enough for the Central African Republic Washington Post
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Technical problems delay reopening of Libya's Zueitina oil port
Voice of Russia - 51 Minutes ago
Technical problems are delaying the reopening of Libyas eastern Zueitina oil export port after the government reached a deal with rebels to end a blockage of the terminal, its justice minister said on
Technical problems delay reopening of Libya's Zueitina oil port - minister World News Report
UPDATE 2-Technical problems delay reopening of Libya's Zueitina oil port - minister Zawya.com
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4/21/2014: MY CITY: GREAT WHITE SHARK, SOUTH AFRICA
Hindustan Times - 35 Minutes ago
STATUS: Vulnerable Though the Jaws series scared audiences into believing that sharks were nothing more than cold-blooded killers, several groups organising cage dives off the coast of Australia and South
4/21/2014: Lifestyle: GREAT WHITE SHARK, SOUTH AFRICA Hindustan Times
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4/21/2014: MY CITY: Black and white rhino, Africa
Hindustan Times - 35 Minutes ago
STATUS: Critically endangered The two-horned rhino — both white and black — population in the rainbow nation is facing potential extinction due to intense poaching for their horns. In India, too, the
4/21/2014: Lifestyle: Black and white rhino, Africa Hindustan Times
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4/21/2014: Lifestyle: WESTERN LOWLAND GORILLA, CONGO
Hindustan Times - 83 Minutes ago
STATUS: Critically endangered Currently inhabiting forests of the Republic of Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Central African Republic, Gabon, Nigeria and Cameroon, the Western Lowland Gorilla population is
4/21/2014: MY CITY: WESTERN LOWLAND GORILLA, CONGO Hindustan Times
Who tried to kill the man who protects the Congo gorillas The Sydney News
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Norway to Host Donor Conference for S. Sudan
Ein News - 110 Minutes ago
Questions? +1 202-657-5157 39,480 live feeds · 2,299 readers Send a FREE press release Get Started Today's edition is brought to you by EIN Presswire - a service dedicated to helping
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Government lethargy and Nigeria’s underperforming oil sector
Business Day Nigeria - 74 Minutes ago
Nigeria’s oil and gas sector which used to be the brightest spot in the economy, helping to fuel growth and employment is now in decline and underperforming as other fast growing sectors leave it behind.
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Rebasing highlights Nigeria’s inequalities
Business Day Nigeria - 74 Minutes ago
Some time around the time of independence from Britain in 1960, Nigeria began to be referred to as the Giant of Africa, a promise that soon fizzled out in the wake of a civil war and a succession of military
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