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Oil Wealth Trickles Into Chad, but Little Trickles Down: Five Months After Opening of Pipeline to Cameroon, Locals Await Benefits and Crime Rate Rises (Post, March 13, 2004)

African Influences (Post, Nov. 6, 2003)

World Bank to Back Oil Pipeline: $125 Million, Future Aid Pledged to Caspian Sea Project (Post, Nov. 5, 2003)

At the U.N., Size Suddenly Doesn't Matter: In Iraq Debate, Small Nations Are Swinging a Lot of Weight (Post, March 12, 2003)

Again, Agreement on Iraq, But Not What to Do About It (Post, March 8, 2003)

Nigeria Disputes Ruling to Cede Land: Nation Won't Leave Oil-Rich Territory (Post, Oct. 24, 2002)

Nigerians Uneasy Over Loss of Oil-Rich Land (Post, Oct. 12, 2002)

Irish Get the Green Light: Team Secures 2nd Round by Blanking Saudi Arabia: Ireland 3, Saudi Arabia 0 (Post, June 12, 2002)

Lions Hardly Indomitable, But Gain Win: Cameroon 1, Saudi Arabia 0 (Post, June 7, 2002)

Ireland Enjoys a Fine Tie: After Turmoil, Draw Is Relief Against African Champion: Ireland 1, Cameroon 1 (Post, June 2, 2002)

A Colorful World Cup Presence on Court (Post, May 30, 2002)

The Pride of Africa: Controversy Buffets the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon (Post, May 23, 2002)

A Lion-Hearted Contender (Post, April 30, 2002)

Couple Sentenced For Enslaving Illegal Immigrant (Post, March 28, 2002)

Pair Convicted Of Enslaving Housekeeper: Md. Couple Brought Teen From Cameroon Illegally (Post, Dec. 21, 2001)

Woman Says Md. Couple Enslaved, Beat Her (Post, Dec. 8, 2001)

Md. Couple Must Pay $150,000 in Slavery Case (Post, July 28, 2001)

Alleged Slave Ship Missing: Officials Say Children Aboard May Lack Food, Water (Post, April 15, 2001)

With Win, U.S. Makes Advances: Men's Soccer Team Is Going to Quarterfinals For the First Time; U.S. Men 3, Kuwait 1 (Post, Sept. 20, 2000)

For Terps' Shime, It's an Experience (Post, Aug. 25, 2000)

World Bank to Fund Disputed African Pipeline: Plan Would Link Chad Oil Field To Cameroon Port (Post, June 7, 2000)



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