Two customers sit having a drink in the Diani Sea resort in Diani, Kenya, outside Mombasa, on May 16. Travel advisories issued by Western countries are hitting Mombasa hard, forcing hotel closures and thousands of workers to lose their jobs. Ivan Lieman/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Western Countries Issue Warnings; Kenyan Tourism Gets Pummeled

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Women carry sticks in Ganyliel, South Sudan, an area protected from the violence in the country due to its isolation. But food there is scarce. Gregory Warner/NPR hide caption

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Escaping South Sudan's Violence Often Means Going Hungry

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A man cleans up the site of Tuesday's car bomb explosion in Jos, Nigeria, on Thursday. The city was spared deadly reprisals, in part because a peace group intervened. Sunday Alamba/AP hide caption

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With Swift, Quiet Moves, Nigerian Group Limits Religious Violence

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Terrorist Group Suspected In Nigerian Attacks

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Relatives Of Kidnapped Girls: Bring Them Back — But Alive

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The Mood In Abuja, Where Missing Schoolgirls Cast Long Shadow

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Nairobi Bombings Are A Sign Of Spreading Militant Influence

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A still image taken from a video that the extremist group Boko Haram says is of more than 100 girls who were abducted from a Nigerian school last month. Rebel kidnappings of girls has become increasingly common in African conflicts. AFP/YouTube hide caption

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Adad Hassan Jimali stands next to a sign for her private camp for displaced persons. The camp, which is in Mogadishu, Somalia, is called Nasiib Camp. Gregory Warner/NPR hide caption

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In Somalia, Collecting People For Profit

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With UN Chief In South Sudan, Warring Sides Agree To Talk

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In the Tomping United Nations base in Juba, South Sudan, roughly 20,000 people live under tents and plastic tarps. Gregory Warner/NPR hide caption

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South Sudan's Unrest Turns Politicians To Rebels, Tents To Homes

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In South Sudan, Peace Sought In Bringing Two Leaders Together

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Kerry Announces Progress Toward Peacekeeping Force In South Sudan

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Kerry Turns His Attention To South Sudan's Civil War

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