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A Palestinian schoolgirl protests against a funding gap at the U.N. Relief and Works Agency in Gaza City, in 2015. Khalil Hamra/AP hide caption

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'Half A Million Children' Are At Risk If The U.S. Cuts Palestinian Aid: U.N. Agency

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Workers from a Chinese engineering company erect the African Union conference center in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, in 2010. China paid for the $200 million building as a gift to African Union. Simon Maina/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Development Ventures International was the first investor in Mera Gao Power, which has designed a solar-powered microgrid to provide electricity to off-grid villages in India. Anna da Costa/Courtesy of USAID hide caption

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Former President George W. Bush visits the Theresanyo primary school in Gaborone, Botswana, during an official visit on April 4. Monirul Bhuiyan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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George W. Bush Calls Foreign Aid A Moral And Security Imperative

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President Trump released his budget blueprint on Thursday, calling for a boost in military spending and deep cuts in the Environmental Protection Agency and other programs. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Unveils 'Hard Power' Budget That Boosts Military Spending

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President Ashraf Ghani (right) and Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah (left) leave after signing a power-sharing deal in September 2014 at the presidential palace in Kabul. Afghanistan's National Unity Government is now in disarray. Massoud Hossaini/AP hide caption

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