Economist Abhijit Banerjee argues that international aid organizations place too much focus on providing food, and should take a more nuanced approach to meeting the needs of their aid recipients.
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A Libyan rebel fires into the air while taking part in a military parade in Benghazi. Optimism in the rebel stronghold has turned to fear for some, as the crackle of shooting — celebratory, or to settle a score — has become a constant in the city.
Delaware County District Attorney Patrick Meehan (from left) and Gail Willard (mother of slain athlete Aimee Willard) accompany Sen. Rick Santorum as he introduces "Aimee's Law" along with Republican Arizona Rep. Matt Salmon at the county courthouse in Media, Pa., in 1999. The bill encourages states to keep murderers and sexual predators behind bars.
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"Tramp! Tramp! Tramp!", "Weeping, Sad and Lonely", "Who Will Take Care for Mother Now"American Brass Quartet
Displays at La Plaza include film posters featuring Mexican actresses Lupita Tovar and Dolores del Rio, as well as Mexican actor Ramon Novarro, star of 1925's Ben-Hur.
Wal-Mart's ad campaign in Mandarin emphasizes family as an important theme. In this moment from one of the ads, mother and daughter talk about the value Wal-Mart adds to their household.