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Africa, Children, and Facebook: International Number Ones Because every country is the best at something 2016 edition Norway PIZZA EATERS POP MUSIC weden NEWS MEDIA in CASHLESS PAYMENTS Denmark WIND POWER START-UPS ELECTRICITY USE BILLIONAIRES WOMEN Netherlands COFFEE DRINKERS Ireland uania WORKING CONDITIONS ALCOHOL DRINKERS Belarus BEST PASSPORT Germany INNOVATION PAID TIME OFF Austria WHISKEY DRINKERS PORNSTARS Hungary DASHCAMS KIDNEY TRANSPLANTS LGBTTOLERANCE Kazakhstan URANIUM KIWI FRUITS MATERNITY LEAVE FACEBOOK ADDICTS ongolia VELOCIRAPTORS Greece CHEESE EATERS CORK TWITTER CENSORSHIP ur Kyrgyzstan WALNUT FORESTS nited Stat SPAM EMAILS orgia HOMOPHOBES anistan China OIL WEALTH HAUTE CUISINE OPIUM JAILED JOURNALISTS MEDICAL RESEARCH Taiwan Pakistan Mexico L LEMONS ppines SOCIAL NETWORKING Puerto Rico Morocco Guatema CARDAMON ARGAN OIL MURDER CHEAPEST PETROL D Honduras LEAST POLICE PEPPER Vietnam a Egypt FAT KIDS HEAVY WOMEN Venezuela Costa Rica WELL FORESTS Suriname Niger RUBBER GLOVES Malaysia ngapore HEALTHIEST PEOPLE CHILD BRIDES ARMS IMPORTS BIODIVERSITY Papua New Guinea Eritrea Yemen GENDER INEQUALITY HEALTHIEST DIETS CHiLD LABOUR GUM ARABIC Sierra Leone MATERNAL MORTALITY ria Ethiopia Indonesia MAHOGANY COCAINE UNDERWEIGHT CHILDREN South Sudarn OIL DEPENDENCY ru SCRABBLE PLAYERS COCONUTS BRAZIL NUTS EMALE GENITAL MUTILATION Liberia LOWEST PUBLIC DEBT ENTREPRENEURS ganda UNHAPPINESS CASHEWS ôte d'lvoire Par POSITIVITY Kenya DATA BREACHES on WOMEN IN PARLIAMENT FARMLAND on Chile COPPER FEMALE WORKERS Tanzania CHILD MORTALITY New Zealand CHINOOK SALMON HORSE MEAT Argentina FEMALE ENTREPRENEURS Madagascar Namibia CAR CRASHES LANGUAGES DIAMONDS GRAPHITE Mozambique South Africa DEATH COMMODITY PSYCHOLOGY ECOLOGY GASTRONOMY ECONOMY NICETY HUMANITY TECHNOLOGY NASTY David McCandless// v 2.0 Oct 2016 Research: David Mccandless, Stephanie Smith, Esther Kersley Additional Design: Fabio Bergamaschi Sources: CIA, NYTimes, Bloomberg, UN, The Economist, World Bank, Reuters, BBC, Forbes, The Guardian, WSJ & others. I/ data: http://bit.ly/lIB IntNoOnes mostly per capita / % of population data // very small countries excluded InformationIsBeautiful.net <h2>¿En qué es líder cada país del mundo?</h2><p>Libia en niños gordos.</p><p>Italia en kiwis.</p><p>Francia en bebedores de Whiskey.</p><p>Claro que sí, guapi.</p>
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Africa, America, and Assassination: Map 2: US Military and CIA Interventions since World War ll targeted countries US bombingsUS government assassination plots Source: William Blum, Killing Hope: U.S. Military and CIA Intervention Since World War II, 2004 and Rogue State, 2005. (http://www.killinghope.org/) Copyright 2010 by Richard D. Vogel at combatingglobalization.com Permission to copy granted. <blockquote> <p><strong>“We came, We saw, We destroyed, We forgot” by William Blum</strong></p> <p>An updated summary of the charming record of US foreign policy. Since the end of the Second World War, the United States of America has …</p> <p>1. Attempted to overthrow more than 50 governments, most of which were democratically-elected.<br/>2. Attempted to suppress a populist or nationalist movement in 20 countries.<br/>3. Grossly interfered in democratic elections in at least 30 countries.<br/>4. Dropped bombs on the people of more than 30 countries.<br/>5. Attempted to assassinate more than 50 foreign leaders.</p> <p>In total: Since 1945, the United States has carried out one or more of the above actions, on one or more occasions, in the following 69 countries (more than one-third of the countries of the world):</p> <ul><li>Afghanistan</li> <li>Albania</li> <li>Algeria</li> <li>Angola</li> <li>Australia</li> <li>Bolivia</li> <li>Bosnia</li> <li>Brazil</li> <li>British Guiana (now Guyana)</li> <li>Bulgaria</li> <li>Cambodia</li> <li>Chad</li> <li>Chile</li> <li>China</li> <li>Colombia</li> <li>Congo (also as Zaire)</li> <li>Costa Rica</li> <li>Cuba</li> <li>Dominican Republic</li> <li>East Timor</li> <li>Ecuador</li> <li>Egypt</li> <li>El Salvador</li> <li>Fiji</li> <li>France</li> <li>Germany (plus East Germany)</li> <li>Ghana</li> <li>Greece</li> <li>Grenada</li> <li>Guatemala</li> <li>Honduras</li> <li>India</li> <li>Indonesia</li> <li>Iran</li> </ul><ul><li>Iraq</li> <li>Italy</li> <li>Jamaica</li> <li>Japan</li> <li>Kuwait</li> <li>Laos</li> <li>Lebanon</li> <li>Libya</li> <li>Mongolia</li> <li>Morocco</li> <li>Nepal</li> <li>Nicaragua</li> <li>North Korea</li> <li>Pakistan</li> <li>Palestine</li> <li>Panama</li> <li>Peru</li> <li>Philippines</li> <li>Portugal</li> <li>Russia</li> <li>Seychelles</li> <li>Slovakia</li> <li>Somalia</li> <li>South Africa</li> <li>Soviet Union</li> <li>Sudan</li> <li>Suriname</li> <li>Syria</li> <li>Thailand</li> <li>Uruguay</li> <li>Venezuela</li> <li>Vietnam (plus North Vietnam)</li> <li>Yemen (plus South Yemen)</li> <li>Yugoslavia</li> </ul></blockquote>

“We came, We saw, We destroyed, We forgot” by William Blum An updated summary of the charming record of US foreign policy. Since the end of...

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