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Africa: On the Map

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Here's the thing, many British universities rely on fees paid by foreign students - which are several times higher than domestic fees - to remain economically viable. In a report by the U.K.'s Times newspaper, the problem of the naira colla

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The July military coup in the west African country of Niger has once again brought attention to the fact that the US government runs a global military empire that serves Washington's special interests, and not the national interest.

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As US intelligence agencies remain focused on pillaging the economy of China, they also lose necessary critical minerals, including: platinum, chromium, cobalt, graphite and copper. As a result, the Center For Strategic And International Studies (C