Egypt's justice ministry says it will begin strictly enforcing a law requiring foreign men to pay to marry a woman 25 years younger or more. Human rights groups say the law only bolsters a business that preys on the poor and the vulnerable. George Peters/Getty Images hide caption

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"Market Symphony" is a new audio installation at the National Museum of African Art in Washington, D.C. The exhibition layers sound from a market in Lagos, Nigeria. The speakers are installed on enamelware trays which are often used in markets. Courtesy of the National Museum of African Art hide caption

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Amnesty International cross-referenced video footage and satellite imagery to determine the exact location of an apparent mass grave in Burundi. Amnesty International hide caption

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Nigerian billionaire Tony Elumelu hopes to create job opportunities by investing in African startups. Above: Elumelu, center right, speaks at an entrepreneurship event in July 2015. Courtesy of Tony Elumelu Foundation hide caption

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Fambul Tok: Forgiveness And 'Family Talk' In Sierra Leone

Following 11 years of brutal civil war, perpetrators and victims are forging peace around bonfires across Sierra Leone.

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The Zika Virus Takes A Frightening Turn — And Raises Many Questions

Concern continues to grow over the outbreak of Zika virus in Latin America. The virus has been linked to severe brain damage in babies.

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Solange Ferreira bathes her son Jose Wesley, who was born with microcephaly, at their house in Poco Fundo, Pernambuco state, Brazil. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2016, that it has found the strongest evidence so far of a possible link between a mosquito-borne virus and a surge of birth defects in Brazil. Felipe Dana/AP hide caption

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Is Netflix Chill? Kenyan Authorities Threaten To Ban The Streaming Site

Two weeks ago, Kenyans finally got access to Netflix. But we still don't know if they'll binge happily every after.

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