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Human trafficking in developed countries more common than previously thought

Washington D.C., Jul 21, 2018 / 04:06 am (CNA/EWTN News).- As many as 1 in 800 Americans is currently a victim of human trafficking, according to a new global report which found much higher rates of..
CNA

Dutch Disease: Cause Of Africa’s Rising External Debt – Analysis

dutch disease: cause of africa’s rising external debt – analysis
By Rahul Mazumdar **External Debt** Public debt levels have been rising across regions, but it is more of a concern in Sub-Saharan Africa. After almost 10 years when Africa benefitted from the..
Eurasia Review

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Croatia has progressed to the semi-finals of the World Cup after a second successive penalty shootout on Saturday against Russia. But there are still concerns about the Balkan team's performance going..

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New New "Light-Eating" Protein Found In Sea Of Galilee

According to Science Magazine, a team of scientists has made an unexpected discovery. In a quest to find “light-eating” proteins, the team stumbled upon a new variety. They discovered the new..

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President Trump’s administration says Obama overemphasized science in the 2015 Clean Water Act. The Act lists isolated wetlands and waterways that deserve federal regulatory protection. Trump-led..

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A Father's Pride [Video]A Father's Pride

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Burundi:African Union Shouldn't Tolerate Banning Pregnant Girls from School

[HRW] In June, Burundi joined a small group of African countries that ban pregnant girls from continuing with formal education in government schools. Burundi's Education Ministry banned the boys who..
allAfrica.com

Rwandan police dismiss claim of rebel incursions on southern border

Rwandan police denied on Wednesday that a militant group that says it aims to topple President Paul Kagame was behind attacks along the country's southern border with Burundi.
Reuters

Flipping the switch: Making use of carbon price dollars for health and education

A switch from subsidizing fossil fuel to pricing CO2-emissions would not only help to meet global climate targets but also create additional domestic public revenues. These revenues could finance..
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UN 'roughs up and bans' investigative reporter long considered thorn in side of world body officials

Mr Lee has written about UN in connection to Haiti, Burundi, Sri Lanka and other nations
Independent

Celebrating organisations using entrepreneurship to innovate the African education field

Thursday 12 July, 2018In Africa, the continent home to the largest youth population in the world, educators face a critical challenge: how to teach an ever-growing number of students using limited..
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Russia Dispatches Yet Another ‘Private Military Company’ To Syria, More To Africa – OpEd

Moscow has now dispatched another of what it calls “a private military company” to fight in Syria, a reflection of its desire to avoid having regular army units there, its unwillingness to rely on..
Eurasia Review

Burundi:School Ban On Expectant Teens 'Skewed' Against Girls' Education

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Nairobi -"All girls have a right to education regardless of their pregnancy, marital or motherhood status"
allAfrica.com

Burundi:Opponents of Constitutional Change Face Torture and Execution - UN

[UN News] In Burundi, opponents of constitutional reform supported by the Government have faced torture and execution amid a "continuing environment of threats and intimidation", senior UN..
allAfrica.com

Appalling conditions for Burundi and Congolese refugees in Tanzania

About 355,000 refugees from Burundi and DR Congo live in western Tanzania, where they are barred from working or setting foot outside their makeshift camps. The conditions are 'miserable' as Prosper..
Deutsche Welle

DG16.4 And Collection Of Data On Illicit Arms Flows: Progress Made But Challenges Ahead – Analysis

dg16.4 and collection of data on illicit arms flows: progress made but challenges ahead – analysis
By Mark Bromley and Dr Marina Caparini* **Introduction ** On 18 June states and NGOs will meet in New York for the Third Review Conference of the UN Programme of Action (POA) on Small Arms and..
Eurasia Review

Africa:Is Food Self-Sufficiency Making a Comeback?

[African Arguments] Qatar and Burundi have been forced to innovate due to political crises. But the rest of the world could learn a lot from their experiments.
allAfrica.com

Burundi:Nkurunziza Surprises With Vow to Step Down in 2020

[Monitor] In a surprise move, Burundian President Pierre Nkurunziza said Thursday he would step down in 2020, despite widespread belief that he backed a new constitution extending term limits in a bid..
allAfrica.com Also reported by •France 24Al Jazeera

Burundi president promises to step down in 2020

Burundians voted two weeks ago in a referendum to allow the ex-rebel leader stay in power until 2034 The post Burundi president promises to step down in 2020 appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.
Premium Times Nigeria

Burundi President Pierre Nkurunziza rules out 2020 run despite constitutional changes

Burundi's president, Pierre Nkurunziza, has said he won't run again in 2020. The surprise statement follows the enactment of a new constitution that could see him rule until 2034.
Deutsche Welle

Burundi's President Says He Won't Run for Another Term

Burundi's president announced Thursday he will not run for another term, even as he put in place a new constitution that would allow him to stay in power until 2034.
NYTimes.com Also reported by •New Zealand Herald

President of Burundi Says He Will Not Seek Another Term

Critics had feared that fresh violence could erupt if Pierre Nkurunziza’s push for a new Constitution proved to be a prelude to his running again in 2020.
NYTimes.com

Burundi’s president says will not seek re-election, easing unrest fears

Burundi’s President Pierre Nkurunziza promised on Thursday not to seek re-election when his term ends in 2020, easing fears of fresh violence in the impoverished country.
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