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  2. Economy of Kenya - Wikipedia

    Many of Kenya's problems relating to the export of goods are believed by economists to be caused by the fact that Kenya's exports are inexpensive items that do not bring substantial amounts of money into the country. Kenya is the dominant trade partner for Uganda (12.3% exports, 15.6% imports) and Rwanda (30.5% exports, 17.3% imports).

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  4. List of pastoral visits of Pope Francis - Wikipedia

    This is a list of pastoral visits of Pope Francis.His visit to the Philippines in January 2015 included the largest papal event in history with around 6–7 million attendees in his final Mass at Manila, surpassing the then-largest papal event at World Youth Day 1995 in the same venue 20 years earlier.

  5. Economy of Cuba - Wikipedia

    In 2008, Raúl Castro's administration hinted that the purchase of computers, DVD players, and microwaves would become legal; [needs update] however, monthly wages remain less than 20 U.S. dollars. Mobile phones, which had been restricted to Cubans working for foreign companies and government officials, were legalized in 2008.

  6. Street children - Wikipedia

    Kenya. UNICEF works with CARITAS and with other non-governmental organizations in Egypt to address street children. Rapid and unsustainable urbanization in the post-colonial period, which led to entrenched urban poverty in cities such as Nairobi, Kisumu, and Mombasa is an underlying cause of child homelessness.

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    (ABS-CBN News) Law and crime. Immigration detention in Australia. An Iranian Kurdish asylum seeker living among the community in Australia sues the Commonwealth government in the Federal Court for detaining him in two hotel rooms for over a year. This is the latest in a growing movement of refugees suing Australia for alleged human rights ...