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'The best-kept secret in the State Department.' How sports help U.S. diplomats.

Hastings Tribune 30 Jan 2023
When U.S. Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken visited the Middle East last fall, he didn't go there just to talk about oil and natural gas, terrorism or the war in Ukraine ... Before the U.S ... sports ... The U.S ... "We're taking these lessons from Title IX and applying it in Uganda and Brazil and the Philippines and it's making a real difference," Huffman said ... .
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‘The best-kept secret in the State Department.’ How sports help U.S. diplomats.

The Spokesman-Review 30 Jan 2023
When U.S. Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken visited the Middle East last fall, he didn’t go there just to talk about oil and natural gas, terrorism or the war in Ukraine ... “We’re taking these lessons from Title IX and applying it in Uganda and Brazil and the Philippines and it’s making a real difference,” Huffman said.
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Chelsea Handler Grows Up — Not

The American Spectator 13 Jan 2023
When her stand-up special Uganda Be Kidding Me came along in 2014, she was still in classic form ... In Are You There, Vodka?, Handler called herself an “adolescent/immature adult”; in the Uganda special, she admitted. “I’m not a real adult.
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Oil Chief Exec ‘Captures’ COP28

GlobalResearch 13 Jan 2023
To receive Global Research’s Daily Newsletter (selected articles), click here. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter and subscribe to our Telegram Channel ... *** ... Planetary ... Health ... Vanessa Nakate, a climate justice activist from Uganda, said.. “COP28 needs to see real money put into the loss and damage fund agreed in Egypt ... She added. ... Simply put ... Image.
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You Need To See These Pictures Of The World's Rarest Chimpanzee And His Family

Huffington Post 12 Jan 2023
“A birth always creates a lot of excitement in the group and raising a youngster soon becomes a real extended family affair ... It looks as though she’s taken a real shine to him, which is great to see.” ... So his birth is not only a time to oggle over a baby animal, but also presents “real optimism” for primate conservationists.
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UAE names oil chief to lead UN’s COP28 climate talks

The Siasat Daily 12 Jan 2023
Abu Dhabi ... Al Jaber has served as the UAE’s Special Envoy for Climate Change since 2010, and has participated at 10 previous UN COP Summits ... Also Read. UAE ... Also Read ... Today, HE Dr ... Sec ... Climate justice activist from Uganda, Vanessa Nakate, said, “COP28 needs to see real money put into the loss and damage fund agreed in Egypt ... .
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AP News Summary at 5:17 a.m. EST

The Philadelphia Tribune 16 Dec 2022
As sports betting grows in Africa, many see a real scourge. KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — In at least five African countries, gamblers and experts said that many see the growing sports betting industry as a source of regular income, and a hope out of leaving poverty ... In Uganda, an East ...
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AP News Summary at 5:38 a.m. EST

Athens Daily Review 16 Dec 2022
As sports betting grows in Africa, many see a real scourge. KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — In at least five African countries, gamblers and experts said that many see the growing sports betting industry as a source of regular income, and a hope out of leaving poverty ... In Uganda, an East ...
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AP News Summary at 5:34 a.m. EST

Rutland Herald 16 Dec 2022
As sports betting grows in Africa, many see a real scourge. KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — In at least five African countries, gamblers and experts said that many see the growing sports betting industry as a source of regular income, and a hope out of leaving poverty ... In Uganda, an East ...
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AP News Summary at 5:35 a.m. EST

Times-Tribune 16 Dec 2022
As sports betting grows in Africa, many see a real scourge. KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — In at least five African countries, gamblers and experts said that many see the growing sports betting industry as a source of regular income, and a hope out of leaving poverty ... In Uganda, an East ...
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AP News Summary at 6:43 a.m. EST

Ellensburg Daily Record 16 Dec 2022
As sports betting grows in Africa, many see a real scourge. KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — In at least five African countries, gamblers and experts said that many see the growing sports betting industry as a source of regular income, and a hope out of leaving poverty ... In Uganda, an East ...
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AP News Summary at 6:05 a.m. EST

Jacksonville Progress 16 Dec 2022
As sports betting grows in Africa, many see a real scourge. KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — In at least five African countries, gamblers and experts said that many see the growing sports betting industry as a source of regular income, and a hope out of leaving poverty ... In Uganda, an East ...
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AP News Summary at 7:01 a.m. EST

Rutland Herald 16 Dec 2022
As sports betting grows in Africa, many see a real scourge. KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — In at least five African countries, gamblers and experts said that many see the growing sports betting industry as a source of regular income, and a hope out of leaving poverty ... In Uganda, an East ...
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AP News Summary at 7:05 a.m. EST

The Daily Independent - Ashland 16 Dec 2022
As sports betting grows in Africa, many see a real scourge. KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — In at least five African countries, gamblers and experts said that many see the growing sports betting industry as a source of regular income, and a hope out of leaving poverty ... In Uganda, an East ...
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AP News Summary at 6:53 a.m. EST

Weatherford Democrat 16 Dec 2022
As sports betting grows in Africa, many see a real scourge. KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — In at least five African countries, gamblers and experts said that many see the growing sports betting industry as a source of regular income, and a hope out of leaving poverty ... In Uganda, an East ...

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