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‘Pakistan can benefit from Portuguese experience’

The News International 20 Sep 2021
Its rich maritime legacy, the history of former Portuguese colonies in Asia, Africa and Latin America, and their role in world affairs today offer many lessons and insights for Pakistan ... Stressing that Pakistan can learn a lot from Portuguese experience in world affairs, especially in Africa and Latin America, he said.
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Accor expands luxury footprint in Sub-Saharan Africa with Fairmont in Djibouti

Business Ghana 20 Sep 2021
Accor (group.Accor.com), a world-leading augmented hospitality group with over 400 hotels across India, Middle East, Africa and Turkey, is adding a new flagship property to its portfolio in Africa with Fairmont Djibouti ... East, Africa and Turkey, “and Djibouti is no exception.
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State-Owned Enterprises in Middle East, North Africa, and Central Asia: Size, Costs, and Challenges

International Monetary Fund 20 Sep 2021
Disclaimer ... Summary.. Prior to the COVID-19 shock, the key challenge facing policymakers in the Middle East, North Africa, and Central Asia region was how to generate strong, sustainable, job-rich, inclusive growth ... Series. ... ....
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Fighting a pandemic, While launching Africa’s health revolution

Indian Express 20 Sep 2021
He has helped Africa speak with a unified voice, particularly about what he calls “vaccine famine,” with rich countries buying up millions of doses they do not need while Africa goes wanting ... The Africa CDC was started in response to the Ebola outbreak, with funding from the African Union and some other donors ... Read .Africa.
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File - British East Africa - Civil Engineering, making a permanent way by laying railway tracks.
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The Violence of Colonialism and the Exploitation of Africa. The Myth of Independence

GlobalResearch 19 Sep 2021
It provides excellent examples of how the combination of war and economic exploitation work together to allow rich nations to achieve ... This system of rich countries trying to continue exploiting the region using corrupt leaders is the root cause of many of the problems in Africa.
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Where to celebrate Heritage Day in the big cities

Independent online (SA) 19 Sep 2021
With wine being a part of South Africa’s heritage, most of the dishes at ... Rivendell Wine Estate invites the whole family for a Lockdown Recipe Storytelling Book (LRSB) festival on Heritage Day, paying tribute to South Africa’s rich and diverse culinary culture and “komvandaan”.
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5 Reasons why Shea Butter Should Be Your Go-To Beauty Potion

Egypt Today 19 Sep 2021
For centuries, shea butter has been used as a cosmetic ingredient, and until today it is an essential component in most of the skincare and haircare products. Extracted from the nuts of shea trees in West Africa, the butter is off-white, yellow, or ivory in color and is rich in vitamins and fatty acids ...  . 1 ...  . 2 ...  . 3 ...  . 4 ...  . 5 ... .
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File - The funeral procession of Cecil Rhodes in Adderley Street, Cape Town, South Africa, 3 April 1902. Rhodes, a mining magnate and politician in southern Africa, was a firm believer in British imperialism.
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The kaiser and the paperweight: how Cecil Rhodes helped inspire the first world war

The Observer 19 Sep 2021
In 1890, Rhodes was prime minister of British Cape Colony, today part of the modern South Africa ... Rhodes wanted to bring the whole of southern and eastern Africa under British rule. The first step was to help overthrow the gold- and diamond- rich Boer republics of Transvaal and the ...
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The museums and hidden gems in SA you can visit this Heritage Day

Independent online (SA) 18 Sep 2021
These names reflect the long and rich history of the building ... The 1860 Heritage Centre seeks to showcase the rich heritage of Indian South Africans, within the diversity that makes up South Africa’s national heritage ... Along with showing the rich history and heritage, the museum also hopes to create a collective pride in a democratic South Africa.
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Covid-19 booster shot debate heats up amid breakthrough infectionsNeed for a booster dose has become ...

Deccan Herald 18 Sep 2021
The World Health Organization (WHO) has sought a moratorium on booster doses till the end of the year, urging rich nations to allow lower-income countries — that have barely vaccinated a tenth of their population and are dependent on vaccine supply from COVAX — to administer the first and second doses.
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The world rejects and accepts migrants and refugees

The Manila Times 18 Sep 2021
The colonial history of conquest of nations has caused centuries of global injustice, exploitation of natural resources, oppression of the poor and gross inequality and poverty in South America, Africa and Asia. Western nations where colonialists grew rich on their exploitation backed up by force and war.
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Likely Assassination of UN Chief by US, British and South African Intelligence Happened 60 Years Ago Today

Consortium News 18 Sep 2021
The Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland and South Africa supported Katangan independence to keep the province as a buffer against the southward wave of African nationalism, the report said ... Hammarskjöld supported the spreading anti-colonial movement in Africa at the time and opposed mineral-rich Katanga leaving the Congo.
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UN Chief Says China, U.S. Should Repair ‘Dysfunctional’ Ties

Caixin Online 18 Sep 2021
“It is essential that relations between China and the U.S ... Climate pledges ... “We need to have a global vaccination plan, which implies double production capacity,” Guterres said, saying it’s unfathomable that in some countries in Africa less than 2% of the population is vaccinated even as rich countries have a majority of their populations inoculated.
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Ethiopia PM Abiy writes open letter to President Joe Biden

New Business Ethiopia 18 Sep 2021
President, The American people that have supported the US government’s global interventions under the pretext of democratization would be hard-pressed to know that a small impoverished but culturally, historically and naturally rich nation in East Africa embarked on its own democratization path three years ago.
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West African bloc ECOWAS sanctions Guinea and Mali over coups

CNN 17 Sep 2021
(CNN)West Africa's main regional bloc ... West and Central Africa has seen four coups since last year - political upheaval that has intensified concerns about a backslide towards military rule in a resource-rich but poverty-stricken region. Why are coups making a comeback in Africa?.
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