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email@example.comThe United States imports 2.3 million 60-kilogram bags of coffee a month, more than any other country, according to the International Coffee Organization. Amid all the java flowing in the Tri-State, some businesses are selecting beans that help others....
The Hartford CourantA freelance journalist from Glastonbury has been placed on probation after pleading guilty to misdemeanor federal drug charges. Stephen Terrill was initially charged last year by federal authorities with one count of conspiracy to possess with intent...
The Hartford CourantAfter Henry Gift's mother died in Guyana from lack of access to medical treatment, he pledged to become a physician and bring healing to people with no access to doctors. Gift fulfilled that childhood pledge — he became an internist who provided...
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa -- In his seven years on the run from international justice, Congolese warlord Bosco Ntaganda became a symbol of the International Criminal Court's impotence. Now the court, which lacks a police force to arrest those it has...
MANILA, Philippines -- Joseph Foltz of Petoskey, deputy chief for the Office of Environment, Energy and Climate Change at the U.S. Agency for International Development in the Philippines, was recently honored for his outstanding work in the...
Four thoughts about Susan Rice’s decision to withdraw as a possible nominee for secretary of State: 1) Rice should not have been disqualified because of her now-notorious talk-show comments about the attack in Benghazi, Libya, that killed four...
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Re "Pressure mounts on U.S. to curtail aid to Rwanda," Dec. 21 This article casually mentions the killing of about 5 million people in Congo, many of them by rebels assisted by Rwanda, which receives U.S. aid. I was under the impression that the...
Re "Congo rebels thrive on fear and chaos," Dec. 11 The article about the situation in Congo reveals the alarming truth about Rwanda's exploitation of eastern Congo's natural resources and the unspeakable sexual violence being committed against Congo'...
In a bid to quell violence in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the United Nations Security Council imposed an arms embargo late Monday on two armed groups accused of rape and mass killings. The decision came just before Rwanda, which has been...
GOMA, Democratic Republic of Congo — Two weeks after seizing Goma, the M23 rebels withdrew Saturday with a warning that they still could retake the key eastern Congo city. M23, backed by neighboring Rwanda, caused a geopolitical crisis with its...
KINSHASA, Democratic Republic of Congo — On Nov. 19, armed men from a rebel group called the M23 were looking for a prominent civil society leader in a village outside Goma, a provincial capital in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. He'd been...
A former Rwandan minister was sentenced Thursday to 35 years in jail for crimes tied to the nation's brutal genocide, including handing out machetes to a Hutu militia and spurring them to kill Tutsis. Witnesses described Augustin Ngirabatware as being...
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