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Development Projects in Libya Working Toward Stable Democracy

TRIPOLI — Located west of Egypt, Libya is one of the largest countries in Africa hosting a population of around 6.4 million. The social structure of this country has been deeply affected by two civil wars. Its most recent began…

The Long-Lasting Benefits of Improving Infrastructure in Tunisia

TUNIS — Following the events of the Jasmine Revolution in 2011, Tunisia has been the focal point of much attention in the world of international development. The young vibrance of the country’s burgeoning democracy, the only legitimate one of its kind…

Trump Boosts Roy Moore From Across State Lines

PENSACOLA, Fla. — When it was announced, President  Trump’s decision to hold a rally here close to the Alabama border was seen as a coy way to stop just short of fully backing that state’s Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore—but…

The Necessary Steps: What Does it Take to End Malnutrition For Good?

SEATTLE — With million of victims, the United Nations (U.N.) warns that the humanitarian catastrophe occurring in Yemen at the moment could be one of the largest famines the world has seen in decades. The geopolitical climate is indicative of…

‘I Don’t See Much Mercy in Donald Trump or Jeff Sessions’

Barack Obama commuted the sentences of more than 1,700 federal prisoners, far more than other recent presidents, but there were over 10,000 clemency petitions pending when he left office in January. Those requests, relics of an ambitious but imperfect program,…

FBI warned Trump aide Hope Hicks over emails from Russians: report

The FBI found it necessary to deliver a special warning about Russian contacts to President Donald Trump’s close aide Hope Hicks after Trump took office last January, the New York Times reported  on Friday. Federal Bureau of Investigation officials met…

Infrastructure in Nicaragua Works to Combat Disaster and Climate Change

MANAGUA — Nicaragua is a thin section of land between the Atlantic and the Pacific oceans that is vulnerable to extreme weather events on either side. Hurricane Mitch devastated the country in 1999, killing 5,657 people and destroying 70 percent…

The Success of Humanitarian Aid to the Dominican Republic

SANTO DOMINGO — Located in the Caribbean, the Dominican Republic is home to nearly 11 million individuals. Despite being vulnerable to natural disasters such as hurricanes and earthquakes, the country has experienced one of the strongest economic growths in the…

The Five Most Important Development Projects in West Bank and Gaza

SEATTLE — West Bank and Gaza is situated in Middle East surrounded by Israel, Jordan and Dead Sea. It is the most controversial place in regard to sovereignty, and the West Bank and Gaza together constitute Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT)…

Oregon cedes freedom of speech case against red light camera critic

It is, perhaps, human nature to harbor grandiose dreams of fighting a traffic ticket, even to the point of arguing before a local judge. For the past four years, however, an Oregon man has taken that fantasy to extreme levels,…

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