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Topic: U.S. Agency for International Development
Hope for Afghanistan – with its new generation of law students
A push to farm smarter – not bigger – to feed the world's hungry
After 9/11 anniversary: the return of US diplomacy
Somalia famine spreads to new region in south; warning issued on aid
US commission finds widespread waste and corruption in wartime contracts
American's abduction in Pakistan: police cite few leads
Kidnapping of American in Lahore highlights risks for US aid efforts in Pakistan
Why Egypt is angry over $65 million in US democracy grants
West Africa Rising: New effort to boost regional trade by fighting delays, corruption
US plans more aid for Somalia famine as Jill Biden visits refugee camp
US to aid groups: Feed the starving, even if Al Qaeda gets collateral benefits
Teen killer's light sentence dismays a violence-weary Mexico
Friendliest country in Asia for entrepreneurs? Try Indonesia.
As US troops begin drawdown in Afghanistan, violence threatens Pakistan border
US is right to give aid to Somalia, despite risk of helping Al Shabab
Pakistan school offers orphans refuge to prevent turn to militancy
World's newest country: future of South Sudan tied to efficacy of foreign aid
Independence Day blues? Americans sense a decline and look inward.
Suicide bombers have invaded Kabul's Inter-Continental Hotel
Egypt's budding entrepreneurs get boost from US
In Afghanistan war, US civilian surge peaks as Pentagon begins pullback
What Afghans think about President Obama's troop drawdown
In Cuba, Castro's communist hard-liners dash hopes of reform
Afghans concur with Congress that aid money is often misspent
Could US budget cuts mean slashing aid to Africa?
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Would a US 'drone court' to authorize drone strikes be a good idea?
Dave Valle plays on a new field: microloans that help to end poverty
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Can Senate candidate Gabriel Gomez help GOP repair its image among Latinos?
In soggy North Dakota, hopes rise that floodwaters won't
Are Woolwich suspects' beliefs about 'war on Islam' widely held?
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