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March 10, 2006


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Black River Eagle

Don't forget to let your readers know about the 37 minute online streaming video featuring Dr. Condoleezza Rice speaking about the new 2005 Human Rights Report. You can find the link at the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor website. Here are the URL's to the website and the video:


BTW: I featured your post on "Why is Cameroon Poor?" in my latest blog post and I am working on a sizzling follow-up. Stop by my place when you can find the time. Excellent work you are doing here at Dibussi's Den, I really enjoy reading your posts.

Maybe we should give Secretary Rice a call to let her know that she has to keep those online videos short or at least break them down into bite-sized pieces? High Internet Bandwidth in West Africa (and lot's of other places) is practically non-existent.

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