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Getting into CAR, When so Many Want to Get Out

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In a country suffering from what the U.N. has called “ethno-religious cleansing”, a “disappeared” state structure and “unacceptable sectarian brutality,” gaining access to the population of the Central African Republic has proven a difficult and sometimes deadly task for humanitarian workers. “For everyone in this country, security is a challenge, because [the situation has] been […]The pos

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Brazilian Dams Accused of Aggravating Floods in Bolivia

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Unusually heavy rainfall, climate change, deforestation and two dams across the border in Brazil were cited by sources who spoke to IPS as the causes of the heaviest flooding in Bolivia’s Amazon region since records have been kept. Environmental organisations are discussing the possibility of filing an international legal complaint against the Jirau and Santo […]The post Brazilian Dams Accu

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Economic Growth and Wellbeing “Not Equal”, Study Finds

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The United States ranks among the highest in the world in gross domestic product (GDP) per capita, but only 16th among 132 countries in terms of social progress and environmental performance, according to a new index released Wednesday. New Zealand, Switzerland, Iceland, the Netherlands and Norway topped the Social Progress Index (SPI), compiled by a U.S. nonprofit group […]The post Economi

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Discomfort over Crimea Annexation Among Emerging Powers

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Last month’s annexation by Russia of Crimea and the West’s reaction have placed emerging regional powers, which have generally supported Moscow’s position on key geopolitical developments, in a difficult position, according to U.S. analysts. Moscow’s move, which followed its de facto military takeover of the peninsula and a snap referendum on joining Russia of the […]The post Discomfort ove

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Misgivings Rise Over Afghan Poll

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Posted by admin 12 days ago (http://www.ipsnews.net)
“If Abdullah will become president, the will of [the] Afghan people will be respected. Otherwise – especially if Zalmai Rassoul will be indicated as the winner – a new conflict will start and our country will become more insecure.” The remark by Abdullah Abdullah supporter Qazi Sadullah Abu Aman is typical of the uncertainties and […]The post Misgivings Rise Over Afghan Poll appeared first

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Tanzania’s Farming Cooperatives Struggle to Bear Fruit

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John Daffi climbs to the top of a hill overlooking a scenic Rift Valley wall and the Ngorongoro forest, where wildlife migrates between the world famous Ngorongoro crater and Tanzania’s Lake Manyara. Daffi, 59, looks down upon his family’s farm below and reminisces about the time his father first brought him here as a boy. […]The post Tanzania’s Farming Cooperatives Struggle to Bear Fruit a

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Using Ethiopia’s Healthcare Gaps to Do Good and Make a Profit

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Posted by admin 13 days ago (http://www.ipsnews.net)
For a while now, Magnetic Resonance Imaging or MRI scanners have typically been a luxury that both government and private hospitals in Ethiopia have struggled to afford to purchase for in-house use. Addis Ababa, the Ethiopian capital with an ever-growing population of around 3.8 million, currently has only four stationary MRI scanners that provide services […]The post Using Ethiopia’s Healt

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Fracking, Seismic Activity Grow Hand in Hand in Mexico

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Scientists warn that large-scale fracking for shale gas planned by Mexico’s oil company Pemex will cause a surge in seismic activity in northern Mexico, an area already prone to quakes. Experts link a 2013 swarm of earthquakes in the northern states of Tamaulipas and Nuevo León to hydraulic fracturing or fracking in the Burgos and […]The post Fracking, Seismic Activity Grow Hand in Hand in

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