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I Don't Want to Study

I have a kind-of midterm tomorrow and I don’t want to actually study, so I’m writing a blog post, but it’s in one of the classes I enjoy so I want to do well. 725 more words

US apology to MSF over Kunduz hospital bombing

Medicines Sans Frontier has said that it wants a thorough independent investigation into the bombing of it its medical facility in Kunduz, Afghanistan. Mr. Barack Obama had called up the head of the medical charity and offered his apology, he had spoken on the phone from the Oval Office (New York Times) to Dr. 252 more words

It's all about the journey and not the destination

Let me give you an insight into what bus travel is like in Morocco. It’s never on time, it’s crowded, it’s hot, it’s chaotic, it’s dangerously fast sometimes and above all it’s entertaining. 672 more words

Circle of Life

In full view in Serengeti in Tanzania, is the inter-connectedness of each living animal. From birth, to full life, and into death – either due to kill or sickness. 61 more words


World Diamond Body Rejects Report Trafficking Is Fueling War - Bloomberg Business

A program involving more than 80 countries to stem the flow of diamonds trafficked by armed movements is succeeding in stopping the revenue from sales of the gems being used to stoke violence, World Diamond Council President Edward Asscher said. 129 more words

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Singapore-based company invests 200 mln USD in bauxite mining in Africa

Source: Shanghai Daily


  • Winning International Group, a Singapore-based company, has through its formed consortium invested 200 million U.S. dollars in the bauxite-mining concession of the Boke Region of western Guinea of Africa…
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