Observations of an Expat: Guns, Butter and Bridges

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Tom Arms

Donald Trump’s economic policy can best be described as guns, butter and bridges.

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Mess with these two Kenyan icons at your own peril

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Joe Khamisi

If there are two people Kenyan politicians must not mess with, it is the former President Daniel Arap Moi, and Mama Ngina, wife of founding father Jomo Kenyatta and mother of incumbent President Uhuru.

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Growing child labour in India’s cities is just the tip of the iceberg, say activists

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Anuradha Nagaraj

Urban India is employing an increasing number of children – many under nine years of age – in producing everything from pickles to fireworks, working in tourism and labouring on building sites, a U.N. children’s agency report and campaigners said.

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