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Africa,United Nations

10 October 2007

Africa Focus / (Washington)

WASHINGTON, DC — A new study shows that conflicts in Africa cost the continent over 300 billion U.S. dollars between 1990 and 2005 — an amount equivalent to all the international aid received by sub-Saharan Africa in the same period. The results of the study were released Thursday in a report by Oxfam International, the International Action Network on Small Arms (IANSA) and Saferworld. The report is the first to show, on a large scale, the effect of conflict on... (

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