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IPS Daily Report
- Local Communities Question Benefits of Mayan Train in Southern Mexico December 17, 2018 Emilio Godoy
- Disorder in Bangladesh’s Traditional Six Seasons Changing Its Agriculture Calendar December 17, 2018 Abdur Rahman Jahangir
- Tunisia – the Exception December 17, 2018 Erik Larsson
- Global Migration Compact May Help Combat the Myth that Migrants are Liabilities December 17, 2018 Kingsley Ighobor
- From Irregular Migrant to Graduate Lawyer: One Woman’s Journey to Success December 17, 2018 Mikaila Issa