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Equatorial Guinea

communications, trade, and bilateral relations with Portuguese-speaking countries. * venzen (User:Venzen) (talk (User talk:Venzen)) 18:08, 13 July 2008 (UTC) - Education, Open Source


Zimbabwe

Richardshusr - Working on History of Liberia 07:06, 24 June 2007 (UTC) *Babakathy (User:Babakathy) - Mainly Zimbabwe, especially geography stubs. Also climate issues. Babakathy (User:Babakathy) 23:25, 29 July 2007 (UTC) * venzen (User:Venzen) (talk (User talk:Venzen)) 18:08, 13 July 2008 (UTC) - Education, Open Source Software and SADC, currently Education in Swaziland. 1966 coup While at Kumasi, Afrifa became friends with Emmanuel Kwasi Kotoka, then a Colonel


Italy

for one or two academic terms. The majority of US students now choose short-term study abroad programs according to the most recent Institute of International Education Open Doors Report. In the 2008–09 academic year, the five countries US students chose to study abroad in most were the United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, France, and China. The total number of US students studying abroad during 2008–09 was 260,327, compared to 262,416 the previous year, a modest decline


France

McKnight first Hugh authorlink coauthors title Cruising French Waterways, 4th Edition publisher Sheridan House year 2005 pages isbn 8124-0152-1 While the majority of foreign students who study in the United States are pursuing a full degree, most outgoing U.S. students study abroad for one or two academic terms. The majority of US students now choose short-term study abroad programs according to the most recent Institute of International Education

Open Doors Report. In the 2008–09 academic year, the five countries US students chose to study abroad in most were the United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, France, and China. The total number of US students studying abroad during 2008–09 was 260,327, compared to 262,416 the previous year, a modest decline of 0.8%. The Open Doors report is published annually by the Institute of International Education with funding from the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational


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