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RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds are an easy way of receiving our news headlines and content updates, without having to visit the web site itself.

How do I use RSS feeds?

You will need an RSS news reader, or an RSS compatible browser to receive updates from Expat Briefing. News readers can be downloaded from the Internet, many of which are free. Examples of RSS compatible browsers are Internet Explorer 7, Firefox ®, Opera or Safari.

How do I subscribe?

If you are using a compatible browser, simply click on the orange RSS icons below and subscribe to the feed from that page.

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Use of this service is subject to Expat Briefing's  standard website terms and conditions as supplemented by the following additional provisions. You should read both of these documents together to understand how you may use the Expat Briefing RSS feed service and what conditions govern the use of the service.


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