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Radiant Earth Foundation Releases First Earth Imagery Platform for Global Development

WASHINGTON, Sept. 05, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Radiant Earth Foundation (formerly known as Radiant.Earth) announced today the release of its new open Earth imagery platform, fundamentally changing the way humanitarian aid workers, policymakers, researchers, journalists, and others use satellite images to understand and serve their communities. The platform is the first of its kind to […]

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La vodka Belvedere s’associe avec le célèbre artiste Laolu Senbanjo dans une collaboration mondiale où figure une éblouissante bouteille de série limitée

Le partenariat se distinguera par une suite mondiale d’expériences artistiques créées de concert et par des événements accompagnant la commercialisation de bouteilles cet automne NEW YORK, 5 septembre 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Belvedere, la vodka originale de catégorie super-premium synonyme de goût et de personnalité a le très grand plaisir de faire part de son partenariat mondial […]

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Belvedere Vodka Joins Forces With Acclaimed Artist Laolu Senbanjo For Global Collaboration Including Stunning Limited Edition Bottle

Partnership to feature a global series of powerful co-created art experiences and bottle launch events this fall NEW YORK, Sept. 5, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Belvedere Vodka, the original super premium vodka that stands for taste and character, is excited to announce its global partnership with award-winning visual artist, musician, and activist Laolu Senbanjo, including a striking […]

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Swaziland:Eswatini Tests the Limits of Its Absolute Monarchy

analysisBy Simon AllisonThe nation formerly known as Swaziland - it is now eSwatini, although there is some debate about this - is one of the few remaining absolute monarchies in the world, and the only one in Africa. Total executive power is in the ha...

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South Africa:Exposing State Capture Is a Slow and Steady Business

analysisBy Judith FebruarySouth Africa has been riveted by the damning evidence given by senior public officials who served in the Zuma administration to the Zondo Commission of Inquiry into state capture. The allegations have until now mostly involved...

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