Locating Punt has become a preoccupation for archeologists and those entranced by the prospect of finding lost treasure,( gold, jewels, etcetera, or wisdom).
Often, skeletal remains of animals provide clues as to the direction of the search; in this case Punt.
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Countries in Latin America and sub-Saharan Africa have taken out at least $152bn in oil, mineral and metal-backed loans from China since 2004, money that has contributed to crippling debt levels, according to a report on Thursday by a Washington-based non-governmental organisation. Continue reading “Chinese bank loans cripple Latin America and Africa, says NGO”
“Under no circumstances are we going to be apologizing,” said Gabriel Obiang Lima, energy minister of Equatorial Guinea, adding that they need to exploit those resources to create jobs and boost economic development.