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How are conflicts over a local resource resolved in the UK, in general?
Market processes and planning processes
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Why was there a conflict at Knock Rushen on the Isle of Man?
Development near a beauty spot
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Why were people in favour of the development at Knock RUshen?
Growth of Castletown was restricted in other directions due to the coast and airport
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What is ETA (Euskadi ta Askatasuma)?
A national political organisation. Set up in 1959 and n the 1960s it declared war n the Spanish
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How many killings have been attributed to the ETA?
800
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What is Kale Borroka?
Youth Groups related to ETA
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What is the international property line?
US$1.25
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In 2010 what percentage of the population in Sub-Saharan Africa lived on less than $1.25 a day?
48%. Worldwide it is around 1.4 billion people. Nearly 15% of the world's population suffer from hunger, with 30% if the population undernourished.
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In 2013 what percentage of children died in Sub-Saharan Africa before their first birthday?
8%. A pregnant woman in Sub-Saharan Africa runs a 10% risk of dying in child birth.
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How much did the global poverty rate gall between 1981 and 2005?
25%
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Approximately how many migrants live in London?
1.8 million. London has the highest proportion of people from ethnic minorities. 2 London boroughs have a majority of people of Black or Asian origin
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What was the proportion of the population from ethnic minorities in England and Wales in 2001?
7.9%. This rose from 6% in 1991. The distribution is very uneven, with ethnic minorities concentrated in major urban areas.
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What proportion of Leicester's population is Indian?
25%. This is the case even though Indians make up just 2% of the total population in the UK.
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In 2014 what was the 2nd most common language spoken in Lewisham?
Polish
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What is the estimated cumulative fatalities in Iraq since 2003?
100,000 - 1,000,000.
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What are causes of conflict?
Identity: giving people a sense of belonging to a particular group of geographical area, Territory causes conflict when there is a dispute about who has authority over a particular area. Ideology different ways of running things, one feels its unjust
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'Loyalty and devotion to a nation' is the definition of what?
Nationalism
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By late 1999 what percentage of the economic infrastructure was destroyed by Indonesian troops in East Timor?
70%. Some 26,000 people fled westward.
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The 15 major gangs in East Timor claim how many members?
90,000. Almost 1/10th of the population
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How many Timorese were killed during the Indonesians occupation of the country?
250,000
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Why was there a conflict at Knock Rushen on the Isle of Man?

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What is ETA (Euskadi ta Askatasuma)?

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