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A panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit held today that a portion of the SEC's conflict minerals reporting regulations - and possibly a portion of the underlying Dodd Frank Act - compel speech in violation of the First Amendment.
Jasmine Marino-Fiandaca, a self-described "girl next door," is challenging stereotypes regarding sex slavery victims in hopes of raising awareness about the dehumanizing industry that changed the trajectory of her life when she was just 19 years old.
The director of Democratic Republic of Congo's Virunga Park - Africa's oldest national park - survived an attack by unidentified gunmen while driving through the country's volatile eastern borderlands on Tuesday, a colleague said.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Colombia, which hears many issues involving administrative law and government action, has overturned part of the SEC rule requiring companies to report on their web sites that their products are not free of certain minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo and surrounding countries.
The Democratic Republic of the Congo's vast mineral resources will continue to attract international interest, given the country's huge untapped and high-grade reserves.
Companies whose products contain materials mined from the war-torn Democratic Republic of Congo - things like gold, tin, tungsten and tantalum that are also known as "conflict minerals" - shouldn't have to disclose that fact, a split U.S. appeals court ruled Monday, as such a requirement would violate their free-speech rights, and essentially force ... (more)
'Pray Emma home' is an effort by the Ashland Avenue Baptist Church in Lexington to help their fellow church members Eric and Katy Harshman.
PanARMENIAN.Net - The World Bank Group and the International Monetary Fund continue to hold their annual spring meetings in Washington, D.C., this weekend.
An internationally acclaimed illustrator and print maker, Alanna Cavanagh purchased her loft-style condo opposite the Drake Hotel on Toronto's Queen Street West three years ago.
UNHCR is extremely concerned about reports of anti-Balaka militiamen preventing civilians from leaving the Central African Republic and attacking them along the way.
Here's some background information about Ebola , a virus with a high fatality rate that was first identified in Africa in the 1976.
Belgium destroyed 1.7 tons of ivory on Wednesday to bring attention to the illegal trade that has fueled a decades-long surge in elephant poaching in Africa, significantly impacting the large mammal's ever-dwindling population.
A worker at the Chemaf copper and cobalt processing plant in Lubumbashi, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Using a type of film popular during WWII, Richard Mosse photographs the brutality of the drawn-out conflict in the DRC in vibrant color, hoping to catch the world's attention.