Darren Phillip Jones
'Spirit Of Family' Unites Ladysmith Black Mambazo
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Egypt: 'A Very Divided Nation Right Now'
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U.S. Maintains Humanitarian Assistance To South Sudan
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Mohammed Badr, a cameraman for Al-Jazeera, appears at a court in Cairo, on Dec. 4, 2013. He is among the journalists referred to the Egyptian criminal court Wednesday. Ahmed Omar/AP hide caption

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Egyptians watch a television screen showing the trial of ousted President Mohammed Morsi on Tuesday in Cairo. Khaled Elfiqi/EPA /LANDOV hide caption

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A man carries an Egyptian police officer to an ambulance after Friday's blast at the Egyptian police headquarters in downtown Cairo. Khalil Hamra/AP hide caption

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Deadly Explosions Rattle Cairo
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Caretaker President Hopes To Steer The CAR Toward Peace
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South Sudan's government-delegation leader Nhial Deng Nhial (left) and the rebel-delegation leader Taban Deng Gai shake hands after signing a cease-fire agreement in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on Thursday. STR/EPA /Landov hide caption

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Kenyan writer Binyavanga Wainaina, one of Africa's leading literary figures, publicly declared his homosexuality in an online essay last weekend. In an interview with NPR's Tell Me More, he said the recent anti-gay legislation in Africa influenced his decision to come out. He's shown here after giving a television interview in Nairobi on Wednesday. AP/Ben Curtis hide caption

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Why Kenya's Best-Known Writer Decided To Come Out
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Komla Dumor, who hosted the BBC program Focus on Africa and was perhaps the best-known journalist on the continent, died of a heart attack last Saturday in London at age 41. BBC World Service/Flickr hide caption

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Komla Dumor: The African Journalist Who 'Lifted The Continent'
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Look closely and you can see the tiny rabbit that sculptors Andre Prinsloo and Ruhan Janse van Vuuren put inside the ear of their nearly 30-foot-tall statue of late South African President Nelson Mandela at the Union Buildings in Pretoria. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In Kenya, A Fraught Return To The Site Of A Massacre
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Flying Doctors Nigeria Began As Female Pilot's Dream
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