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2012-02-28 13:02:59 Secretary Clinton, Moroccan FM Al-Othmani After Their Meeting [State Department] U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE

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Monday, 04-21-14, 14:01Surge in Demand for China[Focac]"China has experienced double-digit growth for the last five years. Their economy is as strong as it's ever been. For them, the cost of providing these scholarships is not big. But for students like me, who will return home, bringing knowledge of China and knowledge of how to do business with China, the benefits are priceless." Antoine Lokongo, a PhD student from the democratic republic of Congo.
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Monday, 04-21-14, 13:57Ensuring Addis Ababa Lives Up to Its Reputation[Reporter]These days Addis Ababa is growingly emerging in the limelight on the global stage. Reports published by various reputed international institutions describe Addis Ababa as one of the cities of the world which should be visited and acknowledge that it is gaining prominence from among the emerging cities of the world. The Emerging Cities Outlook (ECO), a companion to the 2014 A.T. Kearney's Global Cities Index (GCI) that was published Tuesday, ranks Addis Ababa third among cities located in middle - and high-
Monday, 04-21-14, 13:57China, Gabon Celebrate Diplomatic Anniversary[Focac]Beijing -China and Gabon celebrated the 40th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic ties on Friday.
Monday, 04-21-14, 13:47BBC Meets President[The Herald]Accusing the corporation of one-sided reporting and of being a mouthpiece for the UK government, the 'controversial' Zimbabwean President had refused to grant an interview to any journalist from the broadcaster for 14 years.

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