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Is Foreign Aid Harming Africa?

Journalist Andrew Mwenda says that industry, not aid, is what drives Africa's growing economies. TED's Emeka Okafor re-joins the conversation to help debunk the myth of foreign aid.
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How Can Education Improve African Leadership?

Patrick Awuah left a career at Microsoft to chase a dream: to found a liberal arts college in his native Ghana. He believes that better education will foster better leaders in Africa.
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Can We Build A Better Understanding Of Africa?

TED team member Emeka Okafor guides us through three TEDTalks on some evolving views (and misconceptions) of the African continent — from outside and in.
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A Baby Step Toward A United States Of Europe

If the euro is to survive, the eurozone needs to be more like one country, and less like a bunch of different countries that happen to sit on the same continent.
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Syrian Opposition Says 190 Civilians Killed In Deadliest Day So Far

Thousands have been killed in Syria since March 2011. But the past 24 hours have been especially deadly, anti-Assad activists say.
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Europe's New Deal Has Markets Cheering

At a summit in Brussels, leaders agreed to steps that were more bold than expected. A key part of the plan: Loans from a bailout fund will go directly to troubled banks in Spain. So the Spanish government won't pile up more debt.

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