Kenyan security officers rounded up people Friday as part of a crackdown that has swept up thousands of undocumented refugees, immigrants and Kenyan citizens of Somali descent in recent weeks. Tony Karumba/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Somalis In Kenya Are Used To Raids, But They Say This Was Different

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Alphansine Uwimana writes an order at Inzozi Nziza, or Sweet Dreams, Rwanda's first and only ice cream shop. There are logistical challenges, like power cuts, as well as cultural ones in a country where ice cream is not traditionally popular and women don't often run businesses. Gregory Warner/NPR hide caption

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How Rwanda's Only Ice Cream Shop Challenges Cultural Taboos

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Theater Group Gets Generations Talking About Rwandan Genocide

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Godleaves Mukamunana, left, hid Domitil Mukakumuranga, in her house for weeks so that Hutu militias wouldn't kill her. "Seeing her alive is the best thing," Mukamunana says. "That kind of relationship we have is priceless. The fact that I don't have more like her --€” those who were killed — that's what's hurting." Gregory Warner/NPR hide caption

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Remembering Rwandans Who Followed Their Conscience

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Rwandan women hold candles during a night vigil and prayer for genocide victims at Amahoro stadium. Simon Maina/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Rwanda Honors Dead, Celebrates Progress, 20 Years After Genocide

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Ceremonies Commemorate 20 Years Since Rwanda Genocide

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Family photographs of some of those who died hang in a display in the Kigali Genocide Memorial Centre in Rwanda's capital on Saturday. Ben Curtis/AP hide caption

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How Abandonment In Rwandan Genocide Changed Peacekeepers' Role

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20 Years Later, Rwanda Hopes To Be A 'Light For The World'

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The Simpsons, which has been on-air longer than Ukraine has been an independent country, is popular there. Some Russian-speakers even say they find the show funnier when it is dubbed in Ukrainian rather than their native Russian. Fox via Getty Images hide caption

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What 'The Simpsons' Says About Ukraine's Language Divide

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In Ukraine's Industrial Heart, An Economic Affinity With Russia

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Activists rally for a united Ukraine in Donetsk on March 5. They were attacked by pro-Russia supporters, but Russian media reported that pro-Russian demonstrators were attacked by soccer hooligans. AFP/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In A Divided Donetsk, Russians And Ukrainians Vie For Support

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Focus On Ukraine's Crisis With Russia Moves Eastward

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Without Orders, Ukrainian Troops Are Anchorless In Crimea

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Crimean Tatars Fear History May Repeat Itself

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