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Bill Gates: ‘Death is something we really understand extremely well’

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Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Category: World

From www.washingtonpost.com

One thing about the childhood death rate is you really can split it into the first 30 days of life versus 30 days to 5 years. Thirty days to 5 years is all vaccine preventable stuff — it’s diarrhea, respiratory and malaria.

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Poverty map of india

Thursday, April 25, 2013
Category: World

From datastories.in

Around 18% of households in India don’t own any of the assets listed on the census form " that means no phone, no TV or radio, and no bicycles or other vehicles of any kind. The map below colour-codes districts according to the proportion of such households in each districts.

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Watch The Throne The Caravan - A Journal of Politics and Culture

Sunday, April 7, 2013
Category: World

From www.caravanmagazine.in

In March, for the first time in Pakistan’s history, a National Assembly completed its full five-year term. Campaigning is in full swing for the next elections, while the leading parties are negotiating the composition of a caretaker government that will rule until the polls, which are likely to take place in May.

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Cyprus and Russia Did Not Just Break Up Foreign Affairs

Saturday, April 6, 2013
Category: World

From www.foreignaffairs.com

It seems inexplicable that Cyprus’ most heavily invested economic partner -- and the largest source of foreign deposits in the island’s banks -- would refuse a deal on such apparently favorable terms.

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Trouble in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea Foreign Affairs

Saturday, March 23, 2013
Category: World

From www.foreignaffairs.com

Exploratory drilling near the coasts of Cyprus, Egypt, Israel, Lebanon, Syria, and Turkey has unearthed vast reserves of natural gas. Competition over the rights to tap those resources is compounding existing tensions over sovereignty and maritime borders.

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How Mexico Got Back in the Game - NYTimes.com

Friday, March 1, 2013
Category: World

From www.nytimes.com

It’s as if Mexicans subconsciously decided that their drug-related violence is a condition to be lived with and combated but not something to define them any longer. Mexico has signed 44 free trade agreements — more than any country in the world — which, according to The Financial Times, is more than twice as many as China and four times more than Brazil.

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India′s secret executions raise concerns - Yahoo! News

Saturday, February 23, 2013
Category: World

From news.yahoo.com

India has hanged two men in the past three months, its first executions in eight years. In a departure from past practice, both were done in secrecy. Rights activists worry the government has set a precedent that could impact the nearly 500 people on death row in India, including four men whose mercy pleas — their last hope of life — were rejected by India′s president last week.

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Malaysia invaded: The sultan’s Sabah swing The Economist

Friday, February 22, 2013
Category: World

From www.economist.com

At first the Malaysian security forces suspected the intruders were Islamist militants (the Philippines has plenty such people in its southernmost islands). They swiftly surrounded the village. Negotiations ensued.

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Pope Benedict retired after inquiry into ′Vatican gay officials′, says paper World news guardian.co.uk

Thursday, February 21, 2013
Category: World

From www.guardian.co.uk

Pope′s staff decline to confirm or deny La Repubblica claims linking ′Vatileaks′ affair and discovery of ′blackmailed gay clergy′

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How a Chaotic Hostage Rescue Foreshadows Afghanistan′s Post-American Future Danger Room Wired.com

Sunday, February 17, 2013
Category: World

From www.wired.com

On the morning of Jan. 10, 2012, five Taliban insurgents wearing stolen army and police uniforms stormed a government complex in Sharana, the capital of restive Paktika province in eastern Afghanistan.

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