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A probe into human rights abuses is unfolding in the age of social media.

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At least two dozen people have died after recent attacks on churches.

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The agreement follows nine months of massive street protests that recalled the Arab Spring.

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Zimbabweans weather repeated crackdowns amid an implosion of public services. 

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It’s hard to celebrate Eid as a woman alone in traditional West Africa.

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The drugs have performed so well that health professionals will now administer them to every patient in the Congo.

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Sarah Momanyi is one of over a third of Kenyans without a proper birth certificate — a major setback for her ambitions.

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Abdirahman Omar Osman had moved to Britain in 1991, but returned to Somalia out of a desire to rebuild the country.

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The request for the return of a sacred drum comes amid a fierce debate over whether institutions that benefited from colonialism have any right to keep plundered objects.

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Those at the debate pointed fingers in an attempt to get to the bottom of things.

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The families of victims hope the country’s renewed push for justice will lead to revelations in cold cases.

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Few people in the Ivory Coast’s commercial capital have numbers on their houses. 

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As the situation deteriorated on the first anniversary of the crisis, Rwanda shut its border with its western neighbor.

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The Senegalese basketball player is visiting home as the NBA expands into Africa. 

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The attack comes nearly a decade since the insurgency started.

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Abductions are epidemic in the West African country. 

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