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No Easy Answers At Nairobi Summit On Countering Extremism

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Teens Make Film In Broken English To Explain Why They'll Fail English

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Threats Of Renewed Civil War Forces Thousands To Flee Burundi

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The coffin of Theogene Niyondiko, who was shot dead by police during an opposition demonstration last Friday, is carried in Burundi's capital Bujumbura on Tuesday. Protesters have been demonstrating against President Pierre Nkurunziza, who plans to run for a third term next month. Gildas Ngingo/AP hide caption

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The Trouble That's Brewing In Burundi

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Traffic stands still in Nairobi. People in Kenya's capital don't like getting into cabs driven by strangers. They prefer to call drivers they know or who their friends recommend. Goran Tomasevic/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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A Taxi App Aims To Build Trust Where Crime Is High

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Can Kenya Convince Somali Refugees To Head Home?

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Somali children dance in the Dadaab refugee camp in Kenya. Fairfax Media/Fairfax Media via Getty Images hide caption

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How The World's Largest Refugee Camp Remade A Generation Of Somalis

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At the "Dinner in the Dark" restaurant that's just opened in Nairobi, a blind waiter leads guests to their table. The photo was taken during a training session — that's why the lights are on. Courtesy of is Eatout.co.ke hide caption

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Blind Waiters Give Diners A Taste Of 'Dinner In The Dark' In Kenya

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Army General Overthrows President Of Burundi In Apparent Coup

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The Amiri Red Sea was one of many boats ferrying refugees, including some Americans, escaping fighting in Yemen to nearby Djibouti, across the Gulf. Gregory Warner/NPR hide caption

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Americans Among The Many Families Escaping Chaos In Yemen

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Hassan Farid, 23, was a medical resident at a big hospital in Yemen and is the son of a judge. It can be difficult and expensive to flee Yemen, and educated professionals are among the refugees who have reached the nearby African nation of Djibouti. Gregory Warner/NPR hide caption

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In Hard-To-Flee Yemen, Those Escaping Are Not Typical Refugees

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Unannounced And Unprecedented: Kerry Makes A Stop In Somalia

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Kenya Pushes For Close Of Word's Largest Refugee Camp

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Kenya Threatens Again To Close Dadaab, World's Largest Refugee Camp

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Jewish worshippers gather at a makeshift synagogue established by the Jewish Agency for Israel for Ethiopian Jews in Gondar, Ethiopia, in 2012. Jenny Vaughan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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They Speak Hebrew And Keep Kosher: The Left-Behind Ethiopian Jews

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