West Africans Worried About Ebola Outbreak

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Relatives of defendants gather outside the courthouse in the central Egyptian city of Minya on Tuesday. Some 700 Islamists charged with deadly rioting were on trial. The day before, the court sentenced 529 men to death for killing a policeman. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Indian schoolchildren wait in line for food at a government primary school in Hyderabad, India. Consistent access to nutritious food and clean water is key to helping children thrive, researchers say. Noah Seelam/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Polygamy May Seem Like A Man's Dream, But Kenyan Women Are Not Happy

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The Sources And Symptoms Of A Disease With A Global Reputation

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Facing Ebola Outbreak, Officials Must Contain Both Virus And Panic

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Joseph Kony, the Ugandan leader of the Lord's Resistance Army, is being pursued by U.S. special forces and African armies. A 2012 video about him became an Internet sensation. The U.S. government has stepped up its hunt for Kony, but the story is attracting much less attention today. STR/AP hide caption

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Egyptian Court Sentences 529 Morsi Supporters To Death

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Egyptian Women Want To Be Recognized In Revolution

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On Streets In Senegal, Thousands Of Boys Are Forced To Beg

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Far From Home, South Sudanese Basketballer Finds Footing On Court

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Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie won a National Book Critics Circle award for her novel Americanah. Amy Ta/NPR hide caption

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Feminism Is Fashionable For Nigerian Writer Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

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