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Encountering Different Beliefs: Nigeria and Witchcraft

How do you react when you travel somewhere and encounter beliefs that are different from your own? Today we look at this question through the example of the belief in witchcraft in Nigeria.

CJTF-HOA and Intergovernmental Authority on Development Kick-Start Partnership

Foreign Liaison Officers and U.S. military members assigned to Combined Joint Task Force-Horn of Africa met for the first time in a formal meeting with officials from the Intergovernmental Authority on Development on January 16 in Djibouti.

Celebrating the International Year of Indigenous Languages

The UN has proclaimed 2019 as the International Year of Indigenous Languages. Here, we discuss what that means, and what you can do to contribute to the celebration and education of Indigenous languages and culture.

US Pacific Command gets renamed, INDOPACOM

U.S. Pacific Command is renamed as the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command, as a strategic counterweight to Chinese economic and military pressure in the region.

Wrestling, footy, wife-carrying: unique sports around the world

The new year is often a time to think about taking on new hobbies and fitness goals. One fun way is to find inspiration from some unique sports popular around the world like wrestling, Australian rules football, kabaddi, and, yes, wife-carrying.
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