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Jobs, local procurement and support for local enterprises: How OPIC supports small businesses in Michigan

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OPIC kicks off its 2015 Expanding Horizons workshop series next week with a May 7 workshop in Detroit, where small businesses can learn about some of the opportunities of expanding into emerging markets and the OPIC finance and political risk insurance tools that can help support them. Because many of the world’s fastest-growing markets are in developing countries, expanding abroadRead more...

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Gnassingbe re-elected for third term as Togo's president

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Posted by admin 3 days ago (http://www.france24.com)
Togo's President Faure Gnassingbe has won a third term with 58.75 percent of the vote in Saturday's polls, the electoral commission said, with his main rival Jean-Pierre Fabre taking 34.95 percent.

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Africa: At UN, Religious and Political Leaders Weigh Strategies to Stem Rising Tide of Intolerance, Extremism

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"Opening a two-day high-level meeting on Promoting Tolerance and Reconciliation, Fostering Peaceful, Inclusive Societies and Countering Violent Extremism., General Assembly President Sam Kutesa said 2015 is a year of hope as the world formulates a new development agenda...We must condemn all manifestations of intolerance, including anti-Semitism, Islamophobia and racism," and all other

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Who are the Imbonerakure and is Burundi unravelling? CORRECTION*

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BUJUMBURA 28 April 2015 (IRIN) - There are widespread reports that the youth wing of Burundi's ruling party, known as the Imbonerakure, are waging a campaign of intimidation and violence to help President Pierre Nkurunziza win a third term in June elections. Here's a look at the origins of the group and the fast-evolving situation in a country still on edge after a brutal 12-year civil war:

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Freedom of the Press 2015: Harsh Laws and Violence Drive Global Decline

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Posted by admin 4 days ago (https://freedomhouse.org)
Press Releases Freedom of the Press 2015: Harsh Laws and Violence Drive Global DeclineApril 28, 2015Freedom in the World 2015 found that the main factors driving the decline were the passage and use of restrictive laws against the media and and limits on the ability of local and foreign journalists to report freely within a given country.

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Freedom of the Press 2015: Harsh Laws and Violence Drive Global Decline

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Press Releases Freedom of the Press 2015: Harsh Laws and Violence Drive Global DeclineApril 28, 2015Freedom in the World 2015 found that the main factors driving the decline were the passage and use of restrictive laws against the media and and limits on the ability of local and foreign journalists to report freely within a given country.

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Freedom of the Press 2015: Harsh Laws and Violence Drive Global Decline

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Press Releases Freedom of the Press 2015: Harsh Laws and Violence Drive Global DeclineApril 28, 2015Freedom in the World 2015 found that the main factors driving the decline were the passage and use of restrictive laws against the media and and limits on the ability of local and foreign journalists to report freely within a given country.

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Freedom of the Press 2015: Harsh Laws and Violence Drive Global Decline

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Posted by admin 4 days ago (https://freedomhouse.org)
Press Releases Freedom of the Press 2015: Harsh Laws and Violence Drive Global DeclineApril 28, 2015Freedom in the World 2015 found that the main factors driving the decline were the passage and use of restrictive laws against the media and and limits on the ability of local and foreign journalists to report freely within a given country.

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