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    Federal law enforcement does not participate in community policing, but they still can get the benefit of what local law enforcement do in community policing. Since there has been an improvement in communication between federal, state, and local law enforcement with sharing information (Johnson, B. R., & Dorn, S. 2008) and the use of fusion-centers the information community police officers get can go all the way to the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) or the FBI. The lack of shared information some

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    regions such as California that had many areas covered with water are now regions with just deserts. Lack of water causes tree to die resulting in soil erosion (Economist). California is not the only region affected by this, countries such as Africa, Somalia and Sudan are also affected resulting in many deaths of animals and humans living in those particular regions (NASA). Not having enough water also causes in food shortages due to dying of plants and animals. This is the main reason why many deaths

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    Former UN Secretary- General Boutros Boutros-Ghali once said, “ We were not realizing that with just a machete, you can do genocide.” The continent of Africa has been continually engaged in civil, tribal, and cross national conflicts from the colonial era up until present day. The Hutus and the Tutsis, two ethnic groups within Rwanda, have been at repeated unrest for the past half a century. During the 100 day massacre of 1994, a murder occurred every two seconds, resulting in half of the Tutsi population

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    The Discovery Of Economy

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    It is a pristine tradition that much matters to a nation, when it comes to issues irrelevant to human development. Speaking in terms of reality, the economic boom of a nation is what human development all about. Now let us profoundly analyze what exactly is the economic boom of a nation. As we begin our analysis, it is highly important for the reader to be enlightened with the fact that it is necessary to think the right way if he has to understand this immensely valuable message. The reader will

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    Bonds and The Bond Market Given today's uncertain economy, many people are taking time to examine various options for their financial future. Different types of investments are investigated and bonds are one of the more popular choices considered. Many of the same people who talk about investing in bonds, however, do not fully understand them nor where they place in the economy. Many individuals believe that they should simply buy a bond and wait until it matures before cashing it in. These people

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    Female Genital Mutilation

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    Female Genital Mutilation Introduction: Worldwide, an estimated 130 million girls and women have undergone female genital mutilation. At least two million women a year are "at risk" of undergoing some form of the procedure. These numbers equal out to approximately 6,000 women at risk per day. The World Health Organization (WHO) defines Female Genital Mutilation as all procedures involving partial or total removal of the external female genitalia or other injury to the female genital organs

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    East Africa Food Crisis

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    during the early symptoms (Canada para 1). Ever since late 2010, the horn of Eastern Africa has had to deal with a major food crisis (Loewenberg 17). The food crisis began with a drought which lead to very little food and water sources (Martin 23). Somalia people fled to Kenya and Djibouti; for that reason, the refugee camps became crowded, unsanitary, and lead to many deaths (Martin 23). Thousands of unnecessary deaths occurred and millions of wasted dollars were spent because the world failed to take

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    What Happens to Former Child Soldiers For the last decade a spotlight has been placed on the issue of child soldiers. However, the spotlight is only so large. The issue of child soldier recovery and its devastating process has been overlooked and this is unacceptable. Many men and women believe that the problem is fixed when the gun is removed from a child’s hands; however it is only the beginning of a long and difficult road though. The world needs to be informed on the second portion of this

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    Multicultural/ Multiethnic Education

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    Uzbekistan, and Tajikistan in the north, and China in the far northeast. They use this land for agriculture which is the basis of their economy. However, only 12 percent of the land is arable and the country is susceptible to drought (Robson). Just like Somalia, the country has a tradition of nomadism. However, today there remain few true nomads. Only the large cities have an economic sector that has been modernized (Robson). Afghanistan has been completely inhabited by one ethnic group and “Its citizens

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    Mysterious Africa

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    Africa has always been mysterious to the rest of the world. The Greeks and the Romans traded with the peoples of Northern Africa. However, they thought that the land mass went no farther south than present day Somalia. In fact, Alexander the Great even considered shipping supplies for his armies around this smaller Africa to India. This same idea continued well into the 15th and 16th centuries until it was discovered that Africa has an extremely large southern protrusion making the second largest

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