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Zimbabwe: Land Reform and the IMF
U.S. bill would sanction Zimbabwe

UN's World Conference Against Racism Faces Controversy in South Africa
After intensifying scrutiny of the racism embodied in policies of the United States government, South African government, Israeli government, other colonial governments, World Bank/IMF, and multinational corporations, Colin Powell announced that the U.S. would pull out of the conference on Sunday, citing concerns over discussion of apartheid in Israel. Canada and Israel also downgraded their involvement.

 
World Conference by NGOs Against Racism speeds up her voice all over the world
  The World Conference against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance will take place in Durban, South Africa, from 31 August to 7 September 2001.


 
 
Zimbabwe: Land Reform and the IMF
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Indian government cracks down on Islamic student organisation
- 2001.-1.0-/ BASE21 News Desk

Protest against Afghan bombings sparks ethnic conflict in Nigeria
- 2001.-1.0-/ BASE21 News Desk

Kabul's Poorest Have No Escape from U.S. Bombs
- 2001.-1.0-/ BASE21 News Desk

UN's World Conference Against Racism Faces Controversy in South Africa
- 2001.-0.9-/ BASE21 News Desk

World Conference by NGOs Against Racism speeds up her voice all over the world
- 2001.-0.8-/ BASE21 News Desk

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