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There was a young man who wanted to explore the world for himself. He longed for independence from his father’s house, and he suspected that his father was withholding from him the wealth he deserved. 1,202 more words
Zimbabwe’s manufacturing firms want government to consider banning the import of second-hand clothes as part of reforms to protect the local industry, Parliament heard on Tuesday. 323 more words
Thus far, this season of 2 Chainz’s Most Expensivest Shit series with GQ has found the Georgian rapper taking lavish trips to the zoo with French Montana, smoking a theoretically upscale joint in Los Angeles, and checking out some of the sneaker world’s most prized silhouettes. 100 more words
Last week I described Guatemala’s innovative approach to attacking grand corruption. Rather than relying on domestic agencies, whose personnel may either be bought off or scared off a case, Guatemala has turned over responsibility for investigating massive theft by senior civilian and military leaders to an agency headed by an appointee of the U.N. 913 more words
“Each day, about 125 air travelers who have been to Guinea, Liberia, or Sierra Leone arrive in the United States. These travelers should enter the United States through one of five airports and go through a process called entry screening. 1,303 more words