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Hunters in Africa say they have a role in conservation - U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World Report
They've watched the African lion population shrink by more than half since 1980 and dwindle even faster in East Africa where lions used to be most abundant. They've seen trophy hunting, like the dentist's, promise to spur lion conservation with ...
Daily Signal

How important is Africa to the US? - Aljazeera.com (blog)

Aljazeera.com (blog)
In 2014 the trade between the US and Africa was $73bn - that is down from $125bn in 2012. China's trade has risen to $222bn in 2014 and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has high hopes for Sino-Africa trade; he is expecting it to almost double to $400bn by ...

Idaho Huntress Defends Posting Photos with Giraffe (and Other Animals) She ... - People Magazine

People Magazine
Minnesota dentist Walter Palmer went into hiding after he became the subject of international scorn for killing Cecil the lion in Zimbabwe. But another American is proudly advertising the game she has shot while on African safari – and thumbing her ...
Quartz
Telegraph.co.uk
Emirates 24/7

Hope Or Hype: The Revolution In Africa Will Be Wireless - NPR

NPR
The continent of Africa has long been seen as the place where humanitarian aid and World Bank loans go — to attempt to save lives or to dictate how countries should grow. Now there's a new movement underway — a technology movement. Young ...

Mozambique and Ivory Coast leading growth of Africa's millionaires - Irish Times

Irish Times
In Mozambique, one of Africa's poorest countries for decades, the number of people with net assets worth more than a million dollars – excluding the family home – will increase by 120 per cent to 2,200, while in Ivory Coast it will rise by 109 per cent ...
Bloomberg
CNBCAfrica.com

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Cote d'Ivoire CEPARRED (Panafrican Studies And Research Center In International Relations And Education For Development)

CEPARRED (Panafrican Studies and Research Center In International Relations and Education For Development)

Nonprofit organization with headquarters in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire, with activities including research, seminars, policy analysis, and publications.

Category: Social Science - Political Science

Location: Abidjan - Cote d'Ivoire

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