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  • proper n. A core region of the African continent which includes Burundi, the Central African Republic, Chad, Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Rwanda.


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  • The leadership post passes from one region to another every year, and 2011 was scheduled for Central Africa, which is dominated by long-time, autocratic rulers and sons of former leaders.

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  • West is turning to Western and Central Africa, which is emerging as an increasingly important player in global oil markets.

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  • Ordinary critics seldom take into consideration circumstances, but, utterly regardless of the labor expended in obtaining the least amount of geographical information in a new land, environed by inconceivable dangers and difficulties, such as Central Africa presents, they seem to take delight in rending to tatters, and reducing to nil, the fruits of long years of labor, by sharply-pointed shafts of ridicule and sneers.

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  • "Other governments directly or indirectly fuelled the conflicts in places such as Central Africa, Afghanistan and Columbia, which caused human rights abuses - and then they failed to take responsibility for the tragic situation they caused," Sane noted in the report.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  •  And then thirdly, they should contribute to concrete certification efforts on the ground out in Central Africa, which is really going to make this happen.”

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  • For instance, Catholic Relief Services implemented a cloud-based education and training platform in East and Central Africa to teach farmers about the Cassava crop disease, which had caused famine in the region and devastated farmers' crops.

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  • For example, mountain gorillas in Central Africa are threatened by the Human Metapneumovirus which causes deadly respiratory diseases in humans and can be passed on to mountain gorillas.

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  • The source is not just her childhood but her parents and specifically her mother: Nicola Fuller of Central Africa.

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  • After the strategy's success in West and Central Africa, it was later put to an even tougher test in densely populated Bihar, India.

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  • To intercept killer viruses, we need to monitor 'viral chatter' in the wilds of Central Africa and Southeast Asia .

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