Talk:Regions Beyond Missionary Union

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"RBMU merged with EUSA to form Latin Link in 1991." Is this true?[edit]

"RBMU merged with EUSA to form Latin Link in 1991." Is this true? According to the link to the history of RBMU they merged with World Team in 1995. I thought it was odd because RBMU worked in African countries and expanded to India and other countries including South American outh American countries, I'm sure. Perhaps there has been some local partnership in South America. It's certainly not the whole story, if, indeed, any of it. Comments please. P.S. - What's EUSA, anyhoo? Francis Hannaway (talk) Francis Hannaway 22:54, 10 March 2012 (UTC)