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Advisory Aspect of the World Peace Plan

We are introducing the proposals for certain nations, but also fifty revolutionary projects and inventions, and opening them for debate. Independent members of the organization assume responsibility for their creation. We open the idea to debate by people all over the world in shared research, and then as the projects are created, we offer them as incentives for the world's leaders to join the international government.

Starting with the proposals, which you can read and participate in the survey, we offer solutions to the problems a particular nation is facing. As individuals, we in the organization have very little credibility, but as that nation implements the solution to the issue, it becomes an advocate in the resolution process, and can go forward to teach the concept to other nations.

We start out with the so-called "Axis of Evil" nations. Because they have been judged to be evil, they are possibly more open to standing on the principles of fairness and equality, and therefore, open to participation in the World Peace Plan.

This page includes projects and events scheduled for each nation.

Afghanistan Albania Algeria Andorra Angola
Antigua
&Barbuda
Argentina Armenia Austria Australia
Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Bangladesh Barbados
Belarus Belgium Belize Benin Bhutan
Bolivia Bosnia&
Herzegovina
Botswana Brazil Bulgaria
Burkina Faso Burundi Cambodia Cameroon Canada
Cape Verde Central
AfricanRep
Chad China Chile
Colombia Comoros DRCongo Rep.
ofCongo
Costa Rica
Cote D'Ivorie Croatia Cuba Cyprus TRNCyprus
Czech Republic Denmark Djibouti Dominica Dominican Rep.
East Timor Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Equatorial
Guinea
Eritrea Estonia Ethiopia Fiji Finland
France Gabon Gambia Georgia Germany
Ghana Great Britain Greece Grenada Guatemala
Guinea Guinea-Bisseau Guyana Haiti Honduras
Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Iran
Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Jamaica
Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Laos Latvia
Lebanon Lesotho Liberia Libya Liechtenstein
Lithuania Luxembourg Macedonia Madagascar Malawi
Malaysia Maldives Mali Malta Marshall Islands
Mauritania Mauritius Mexico Micronesia Moldova
Mongolia Monaco Morocco Mozambique Myanmar
Namibia Nauru Nepal Netherlands New Zealand
Nicaragua Niger Nigeria North Korea Norway
Oman Pakistan Palestine Panama Papua New Guinea
Paraguay Peru The Philippines Portugal Poland
Qatar Romania Russian Federation Rwanda Saudi Arabia
Senegal Serbia & Montenegro Seychelles Sierre Leone Singapore
Slovakia Slovenia Solomon Islands Somalia South Africa
Spain Sri Lanka St. Kitts & Nevis St. Lucia St. Vincent & Grenadines
The Sudan Suriname Swaziland Sweden Switzerland
Syria Tajikistan Tanzania Thailand Tibet
Togo Tonga Trinidad & Tobago Tunisia Turkey
Turkmenistan Uganda Ukraine United Arab Emirates United States
Uruguay Uzbekistan Venezuela Viet Nam Yemen
Zambia Zimbabwe
Please watch for changes to the schedule!

Afghanistan

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Albania

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Algeria

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Andorra

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Angola

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Antigua & Barbuda

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Argentina

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Armenia

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Austria

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Australia

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Azerbaijan

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Bahamas

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Bahrain

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Bangladesh

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Barbados

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Belarus

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Belgium

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Belize

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Benin

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Bhutan

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Bolivia

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Bosnia & Herzegovina

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Botswana

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Brazil

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Brunei

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Bulgaria

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Burkina Faso

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Burundi

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Cambodia

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Cameroon

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Canada

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Cape Verde

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Central African Republic

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Chad

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China

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Chile

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Colombia

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Comoros

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Democratic Republic of the Congo

Read our proposal to The Democratic Republic of Congo on our Proposal page.

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Republic of the Congo

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Costa Rica

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Cote D'Ivorie

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Croatia

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Cuba

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Cyprus

Read our proposal on the reunification of Cyprus on our Proposal page.

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TRNCyprus

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Czech Republic

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Denmark

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Djibouti

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Dominica

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Dominican Republic

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East Timor

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Ecuador

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Egypt

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El Salvador

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Equatorial Guinea

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Eritrea

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Estonia

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Ethiopia

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Fiji

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Finland

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France

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Gabon

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The Gambia

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Georgia

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Germany

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Ghana

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Great Britain

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Greece

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Grenada

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Guatamala

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Guinea

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Guinea Bisseau

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Guyana

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Haiti

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Honduras

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Hungary

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Iceland

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India

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Indonesia

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Iran

Iran is attempting to create its nuclear power project, but without addressing conflict resolution issues. No one really trusts Iran not to use their nuclear power only for peaceful purposes. We offered our Representative in Congress information about our Free Power Source invention, which can only be used for peaceful purposes. If Iran accepts this technology to develop, the U.S. government knows Iran is attempting to make its international presence through financial programs rather than militarily.

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Iraq

We have submitted to the Iraqi embassy in Washington, DC a proposal for an exit strategy. We also have a proposal to rebuild Iraq. We are waiting for a reply. The proposal has also been sent to all the foreign embassies in the "World Peace" Newsletter. The text of the proposal can be found on our Proposal page.

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Ireland

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Israel

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Italy

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Jamaica

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Japan

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Jordan

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Kazakhstan

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Kenya

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Korea

Read our proposal on the reunification of North and South Korea (Proposal page).

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Kuwait

Read our proposal to Kuwait on our Proposal page.

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Kyrgystan

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Laos

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Latvia

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Lebanon

Read our proposal to Lebanon on our Proposal page.

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Lesotho

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Liberia

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Libya

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Liechtenstein

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Lithuania

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Luxembourg

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Macedonia

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Madagascar

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Malawi

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Malaysia

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Maldives

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Mali

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Malta

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Marshall Islands

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Mauritania

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Mauritius

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Mexico

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Micronesia

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Moldova

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Mongolia

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Monaco

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Morocco

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Mozambique

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Myanmar

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Namibia

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Nauru

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Nepal

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Netherlands

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New Zealand

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Niger

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Nigeria

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North Korea

Read our proposal on the reunification of North and South Korea on our Proposal page.

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Norway

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Oman

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Pakistan

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Palestine

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Panama

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Papua New Guinea

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Paraguay

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Peru

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The Philippines

Soon we will introduce our proposal for The Philippines.

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Portugal

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Poland

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Qatar

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Romania

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Russian Federation

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Rwanda

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Saudi Arabia

Read our proposal to Saudi Arabia on our Proposal page.

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Senegal

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Serbia & Montenegro

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Seychelles

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Sierre Leone

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Singapore

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Slovakia

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Slovenia

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Solomon Islands

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Somalia

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South Africa

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Spain

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Sri Lanka

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St. Kitts & Nevis

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St. Lucia

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St. Vincent & The Grenadines

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The Sudan

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Suriname

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Swaziland

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Sweden

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Switzerland

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Syria

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Tajikistan

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Tanzania

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Thailand

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Tibet

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Togo

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Tonga

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Trinidad & Tobago

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Tunisia

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Turkey

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Turkmenistan

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Uganda

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Ukraine

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United Arab Emirates

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United States

June 2009... Working to introduce the Constitutional Amendment Project. Keeping our representative in Washington, DC informed on our progress, including classes to teach on the individual level, and when perfected, we will introduce the classes on the international level. We have four economic stimulus plans.

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Uruguay

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Uzbekistan

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Venezuela

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Viet Nam

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Yemen

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Zambia

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Zimbabwe

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