Angel Salvatory, 17, buys cloth at a market in Kabanga village in Tanzania. Albinos living in a nearby protection center are allowed to go to the local market as long as they travel in a group for their own safety. Jacquelyn Martin for NPR hide caption

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Tanzania's Albinos Face Constant Threat Of Attack

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Egypt Rushes To Pass Draft Constitution Amid Protest

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Obama's Foreign Policy, Take Two

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Message Behind African Heaters For Norway Spoof

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Is The World 'Getting Somalia Wrong?'

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Miles Lappeman (left) and his son Marc with the carcass of a rhino that was killed for its horn at their Finfoot Lake Reserve on Nov. 24 in South Africa. This was one of eight rhinos slaughtered by poachers. Nicolene Olckers/Foto24/Gallo Images/Getty Images hide caption

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A map in China's new passports shows disputed islands and territorial waters as belonging to China, which has angered several of its neighbors. He Yuan/EPA/Landov hide caption

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Key City In Congo Quiet After Rebel Takeover

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Egypt Expert: 'Pharoah' Concerns 'Understandable'

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Opposition Protest In Cairo A Rare Show Of Unity

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Protestors In Egypt Denounce President's 'Power Grab'

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Morsi's Power Grab, Egypt's Constitutional Crisis

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