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Education in Conflict Zones: An Unmet Need

LOS ANGELES — The California-based charity Justice Rising is working to educate youngsters in conflict zones, especially the strife-torn eastern section of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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Africa still has highest remittance fees: World Bank

Market News Monday, April 23, 2018 10:16 By AFP It is estimated that officially recorded remittances to low- and middle-income countries reached $466 billion (about Sh46.6 trillion) in 2017. FILE

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WORLD BANK: Workers should ditch minimum wage to compete with robot labour

A workers’ rights protest march in London. October 2014. Getty Images LONDON — The World Bank has suggested that employers should be able to opt-out of paying minimum wage, and has

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NASENI again: Presidency, where is your integrity?, by Ikechukwu Nonos

The five-year tenure of the Executive Vice Chairman/CEO of NASENI, Engr. Muhammed Sani Haruna, expired on April 2, 2018. This was confirmed in his recent memo, dated April 20, 2018, where he

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Discover the world of wine science at Eastern Institute of Technology

The Eastern Institute of Technology (EIT) in New Zealand has refined the structure of its viticulture and oenology courses, catering to the tastes of ambitious global learners. Taught at the

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Why China is a Leader in Intellectual Property

China aims to become a world leader in science and technology, in part by expanding its domestically owned intellectual property. Photo: Feng Li/Getty Images Share this article Twitter Facebook

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Wealthy Australia developer guilty of ex-business partner's murder

A millionaire property developer was found guilty Monday of ordering the murder of his former business associate, who was gunned down in front of his young son outside their Sydney home almost a

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Dalhousie's Dr. Robert Fournier advanced ocean science, shared his knowledge with Nova Scotians

Though his storied 45-year career at Dal has followed a rather standard trajectory from teacher and researcher to administrator, Robert Fournier (1939 – present) says that wasn’t by

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Salem High School's robotics team heads to world competition

When co-presidents John Frazier and Yudel Martinez were freshmen at Salem High School, the robotics team was just getting started. This week, the seniors will travel to Detroit for a worldwide

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World watching for signs of North Korea nuke deal at 2 summits

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — When North Korean leader Kim Jong Un meets South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Friday the world will have a single overriding interest: How will they address

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