Attacks On Foreigners On The Rise In South Africa

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A typical meal in the Democratic Republic of Congo consists of greens, fufu - a starchy ball made from cassava flour - and meat, such as freshwater fish. Amy Maxmen for NPR hide caption

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Kenya's Censorship King: Head Of Film Board Accused Of Overstepping

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Muslim Leader In Nigeria Links Polygamy To Poverty And Terrorism

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A World Food Program food distribution site in Bentiu, South Sudan. The U.N. says nearly 5 million people in the country do not have enough food, and in one region people are already dying of starvation. Kate Holt/AP hide caption

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In South Sudan, People Are Dying Of Hunger As Civil War Continues

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Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe, who turns 93 on Tuesday, speaks at his party's annual conference in December, where he was endorsed as a candidate for the 2018 election. His wife said last week that even if he dies before the election, he should run "as a corpse." Jekesai Njikizana/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Nearing 93, Robert Mugabe Shows No Sign Of Stepping Down

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Famine Declared In Parts Of War-Torn South Sudan

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Environmentalists Are At Odds With Kenya's Government Over Rail Line

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A child with nodding syndrome waits for treatment at an outreach site in Uganda's Pader district. Matthew Kielty for NPR hide caption

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Scientists May Have Solved The Mystery Of Nodding Syndrome

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A fall armyworm — actually a caterpillar — takes a bite out of corn and other crops. Jayne Crozier/Centre for Agriculture and Biosciences International hide caption

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It Came From The Americas — And It's Bad News For Africa

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Somalia Elects Popular And Least Corrupt Candidate As President

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Malnutrition Is Killing Nigeria's Children Because Of Food Shortage

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Being Black In America And Being African Aren't Mutually Exclusive

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Opposition Denounces President And Fights Break Out In South African Parliament

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Kenyan Court Rules Government Must Not Close Refugee Camp

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A woman farmers harvests pearl millet in Andhra Pradesh, India. Millets were once a steady part of Indians' diets until the Green Revolution, which encouraged farmers to grow wheat and rice. Now, the grains are slowly making a comeback. Courtesy of L.Vidyasagar hide caption

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With Travel Ban On Hold, Somali Refugees Take Off For The U.S.

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