Africa.com is an internet media company. Launched in 2010 by Teresa Clarke, the company has grown into a media company providing coverage on topics such financial, political and cultural news related to Africa.
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Arts & Letters Daily
Arts & Letters Daily is a web portal which links to a diverse array of news stories, features and reviews from across the humanities, each introduced with a short blurb or teaser. The site is owned by The Chronicle of Higher Education.
AskMen is a free online men’s web portal, with international versions in Australia, Canada, the Middle East, the United Kingdom and the United States. It is owned by Ziff Davis and operates through the IGN Entertainment unit.
This website brings together the electronic governance tools and databases of the Armenian state agencies as well as provides comfortable environment for their use.
"Largest Web site in the World About Azerbaijan"
Most articles that have been published in the quarterly magazine since 1993 are available to read or print. Nearly 2,500 articles and 6,200 photos
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People's Democratic Republic of Algeria
Official portal of the government of Angola.
Antigua & Barbuda’s Government Information & Services
Look here for information you need to know about living in Antigua and Barbuda; find out about services, activities, and information available to citizens of all ages.
Official portal of the government of Argentina.
GOV.AU provides a listing of the website entry points for each level of government in Australia.
The Federal Chancellery plays a central role in the Austrian government. Learn more about the duties and responsibilities.