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  • Points of Light Foundation

    Points of Light Foundation Awards the Lint Center

  • NBC News

    Obama set to Outline Strategy to Deal with Islamic State

  • Associated Press

    Al Shabaab after Ahmed Abdi Godane

  • Associated Press

    U.S. Military tried but failed to Free James Foley

  • DoD Photo

    Obama OKs Airstrikes on Iraq to Protect Minorities

  • Science

    U.S. Sending Experts to West Africa to Tackle Ebola Outbreak

  • Associated Press

    Obama Administration: Russia Fired Artillery into Ukraine

  • Reuters

    Palestinians and Israelis Suffer Deadliest Day of Fighting in Gaza

  • Reuters

    Shias Embrace the Fight against ISIS

  • Reuters

    The Plight of Domestic Workers in Bangladesh

  • Chuck Kennedy/White House

    Obama Orders Resources to U.S.-Mexico Border

  • Alberto Gonzalez Farran/UN Photo

    China Sending Troops to South Sudan

  • Associated Press

    America’s Middle East Quagmire

  • Reuters

    Arms and Ammunition Flowing into Sudan and South Sudan

  • State Dept. Photo

    Petro Poroshenko: Fighting in Ukraine’s East ‘Must End this Week’

  • Associated Press

    Bloomberg Radio: Former Ambassador Price Says West should address Africa

  • Asahi.com

    New $2 Billion Fund, China and the African Development Bank

  • Wikimedia

    Mikhail Khodorkovsky warns Europe on Russia sanctions

  • Vietnamese protesters

    Vietnam Protesters Attack China over Sea Dispute

  • Photo by Moritz Hager

    Thailand’s Constitutional Court Ousts PM Yingluck Shinawatra

  • Gold mine workers run for cover during a sand storm in River Nile State, July 30, 2013. Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah/Reuters

    South Sudan and Darfur

  • Abdullah Abdullah

    Afghan Preliminary Election Results Expected

  • Chinese workers

    Chinese Direct Investment in Africa

  • A woman wears a mask while riding a bicycle on the street during severe pollution on January 23, 2013 in Beijing, China

    Government Report: One Fifth of China’s Soil Contaminated

  • China in Africa

    Africa in China’s Foreign Policy

  • Senegalese forces train with U.S. Marines. The U.S. military is now conducting exercises and operations with virtually every African military

    AFRICOM Goes to War on the Sly

  • Ukraine's military

    Kiev Begins “Anti-Terrorist” Operations in the East

  • USS Donald Cook

    Russian Fighter Jet Buzzes the USS Donald Cook

  • Ivory tusks

    Chinese Merchant Gateways for Ivory and Rhino Horns

  • Horn of Africa

    Religious Diversity in East Africa and the Horn

  • George W. Bush

    U.S. Senators back Release of CIA Abuse Details

  • Hassan Rouhani

    U.S. Outraged Over Iran’s ‘Hostage-Taker’ Envoy to the United Nations

  • Russia has said the troops deployed along its border with Ukraine are taking part in military exercises

    NATO to Meet on Steps to Pressure Russia

  • IMF headquarters

    IMF Close to Agreement on Aid Package for Ukraine

  • Al Shabaab militants

    Somalias Al Shabaab and Social Media

  • Somali pirates

    Africa Needs to Rethink Piracy Challenge

  • China-Africa

    Open Access to Articles on China-Africa Issues

  • Source: Elissa Jobson/gga.org

    China’s Investment in Ethiopia

  • South Sudan

    U.S. Policy toward Sudan and South Sudan