Group of Twenty Four

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Group of Twenty Four

An informal group composed of 24 developing countries all over the world. The G-24 exists to ensure developing countries are represented at international discussions of monetary issues. It was established in 1971 and maintains its headquarters at the IMF, even though the two are not formally affiliated.
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Tajik Supreme Court has recognized the Group of 24 as extremist organization after Kuvvatov's calls for mass protests.
The group of 24 youngsters had been chosen for two Ocean Youth Club expeditions to Norway.
Earlier this year a group of 24 women achieved a first by playing non-stop for ten hours - but next month they aim to smash that record by playing for 20 hours.
Squadron Leader Mahinder Singh Pujji, 92, was believed to be the last surviving fighter pilot from a group of 24 Indians who arrived in Britain in 1940, The BBC reports.
A group of 24 young people were given six weeks' juggling training, and MRI scans revealed changes in their brains' white matter, which controls movements.
Summary: Yemeni tribesmen on Friday released unharmed a group of 24 doctors and nurses they abducted a day earlier, demanding the authorities release two prisoners, a government official said.
Researchers recruited a group of 24 volunteers ages 55 to 76--some of whom were experienced in searching the Internet, and some of whom had no experience--and scanned their brains as they performed Internet-searching and reading tasks.
A group of 24 people from Cullercoats Methodist Church headed to the African country on Friday to team up with Watoto, an African-based charity dedicated to helping Africa's millions of vulnerable children.
The group of 24, aged between 11 and 12, from the fee paying King Henry VIII School in Warwick Road, city centre, climbed the bars in their gym to help the Diana Princess of Wales Air Ambulance.
In the King's-Medway-Oxfordshire Formative Assessment Project (KMOFAP) a group of 24 secondary school teachers (grades 6 to 12) of mathematics and science were supported in developing action plans of how they wanted to develop their classroom assessment practice with a single class, through a series of four day-long workshops, and by observations of their teaching.
Two months after the games, the scientists tested pulmonary function in 59 of the players and compared the results with those of a control group of 24 healthy high school basketball players.
A group of 24 tried the sport under the instruction of club coach and founder Eric Salway, with half completing the course and 10 passing their first judo grade, the red belt.