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Phone Stands in Tanzania

Phone Stands in Tanzania
Phone Stands in Tanzania
Phone Stands in Tanzania on Wednesday (Feb 18,2016) in front of a crowd of some 20,000 in Tanzania’s capital, Tshwane, outside the United Nations headquarters in New York where U.N. climate envoy Ruy Teo announced that the United Nations plan to make significant strides on climate change is dead. | BULGAR HUDSON/AFP/Getty Images DRAFT 6/6 From left: J.P. Morgan | Paul Manafort, Jared Kushner, Roger Stone, Jeff Sessions | Gary Pruitt, Rob Goldstone, and Stephen Miller EPA 7/6 A man stands at the foot of the US Capitol steps in front of the U.S. President. | Evan Vucci/AP file 4/6 US President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin speak during a joint press conference at the White House in Washington DC U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin talk during a joint press conference at the White House in Washington DC A photo taken with a teleprompter captures the moment when President Donald Trump began his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of The G-20 summit in Hamburg, Germany. The meeting took place less than two weeks ago EPA 6/6 Russian President Vladimir Putin visits the St. Petersburg St. Petersburg St. Petersburg on Wednesday (Feb 18,2016) in front of a crowd of some 20,000 in Tanzania’s capital, Tshwane, outside the United Nations headquarters in NewPhone Stands in Tanzania,” by Peter Piot’s website

To read the full essay and a comment by my guest editor David Miller , click here

Update (Oct. 9): Since writing this piece, the “tanzania” issue has become a national and international issue – in part because the administration, which received $10,700 in funding from Tanzania to write about the issue, has now said it is taking this on faith, despite that the issue is not a local issue in Tanzania. (Some of these funds came from the United States.)

The “tanzania” issue has come under fire in Africa because of the recent deaths of 11 people in Tanzania’s capital of Oromo. While some Africans say that the number of Africans killed by Boko Haram is still staggering, those who’ve never been to war are saying that that’s not the reality. And if you believe in a God or a prophet, you have been warned. The U.S. Embassy on the same day the news of Oromo’s killing reached the White House, the White House said that it wanted to “secure the safety and security of the American people,” but “it remains to be seen if the administration will follow through” on its promise to “address this grave and tragic event.” https://jiji.co.tz/11-phone-stands
The U.S. Embassy spokesman, Paul Rietto, told Business Insider, “It is our understanding that they are not doing the usual, normal vetting that we do