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    Weird World: French Man 'Hatches' Nine Chicken Eggs

    Weird World: French Man 'Hatches' Nine Chicken Eggs

    French artist Abraham Poincheval, who famously spent a week inside a rock and two weeks inside a bear sculpture, has succeeded in hatching nine chicken eggs after incubating them for some three weeks.

      Weird World: French Man 'Hatches' Nine Chicken Eggs

      French artist Abraham Poincheval, who famously spent a week inside a rock and two weeks inside a bear sculpture, has succeeded in hatching nine chicken eggs after incubating them for some three weeks.

        Are You Surprised? Trump Admits The US Does "Plenty of Killing"

        "There are a lot of killers. You think our country's so innocent?" Trump replied.

          Obama Immortalized: Scientists Name 9 Animals in His Honor

          Scientists have shown appreciation for America’s President Barack Obama’s leadership by naming nine new species after him.

            Germany to Pay Reparations for Namibian Colonial Genocide

            Money will not undo the violence colonial powers used against Africans. Money will not bring the hanged and starved back to life but it is a sign of good faith and an acknowledgement of the past.

              Will African Countries Clash With Trump Over China and Taiwan?

              To Trump, the policy is a bargaining chip, a key to a better trade arrangement between the USA and China.

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              Look to Sweden? Lessons African cities can learn from Sweden’s approach to waste Management

              Look to Sweden? Lessons African cities can learn from Sweden’s approach to waste Management

              This article is a reflection on Sweden's waste management system, especially its waste-to-energy regime, and whether or not African cities can learn from it.

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              Slavery, A Chronology

              Slavery, a painful and shameful part of human history. One might argue it was never abolished but merely transformed and extended to include all the colours.

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              On Xenophobia

              We can observe the return of the xenophobic ghost in the news headlines from time to time and throughout history. Mostly flared by politicians for political gain. Xenophobia is however a global issue. Let's reflect on some of its aspects.

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              Is Lack of Optimism a Bottleneck for Development in Africa?

              A key ingredient for East Asia's economic success is currently not replicated in the sub-Saharan African context: a strong belief by the general populace that individual sacrifice will be rewarded by future economic progress.

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              Global Warming: To Heal the Planet, We Need to Heal the People, First.

              As we strive to leave behind a safe and fine planet for our kids, let most of the striving be to leave behind safe and fine kids for the planet.

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              If Hillary Were Elected President, Would Bill be a Faithful First Spouse?

              Times are changing, after the election of the first black American, the US is about to elect the first woman president.

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              Look to Sweden? Lessons African cities can learn from Sweden’s approach to waste Management

              This article is a reflection on Sweden's waste management system, especially its waste-to-energy regime, and whether or not African cities can learn from it.

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              How Modern-Day Liberal Internationalism is Fundamentally Neocolonialist

              The most dangerous part of a rich foreigner helping poor locals "develop" is how they inadvertently mention how certain "universal" values and ideologies are the basis for people to get richer and more civilized. This is neocolonialism at its finest.

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              US Foreign Policy in the Middle East: Interventions, Internal Crisis and Ouster of Mosaddeq

              The conclusion here is that Musadiq was bound to fall with or without the American involvement.

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