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It's Been A Hard 12-Step Road For Zanzibar's Heroin Addicts

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Dominic Ongwen, a Ugandan commander in warlord Joseph Kony's feared militia, waits for procedures to start at the International Criminal Court in The Hague, Netherlands, on Jan. 26. Peter Dejong/AP hide caption

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A Former Child Soldier Will Stand Trial In The Hague For War Crimes

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School kids hold up a sign given to them by activists at a demonstration at Langata Primary Road School. Brian Inganga/AP hide caption

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Police Fire Tear Gas On Kenyan Kids Protecting A Soccer Field

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Dr Dieudonne Masemo Bihehe and Dr. Tina Amissi are physicians at Panzi Hospital in Bukavu, now doing research through ICART, a new research center to support Congolese scholarship. Gregory Warner/NPR hide caption

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In The World's Rape Capital, Doctors Fight Violence With Science

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Michael Sharp visits with Elizabeth Namavu and children in Mubimbi Camp, home to displaced persons in the Democratic Republic of Congo. A coordinator for the Mennonite Central, he has an unusual approach to peacemaking. Jana Asenbrennerova/Courtesy of MCC hide caption

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Michael Sharp, Who Works For Peace In Congo, Is Reportedly Kidnapped

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Abebe, the owner of Abyssinia, a popular Ethiopian eatery in Nairobi, Kenya, shows some of the foods permitted during the pre-Christmas fast. Orthodox Ethiopians typically eat just one vegan meal per day for 40 days before the Christmas feast on Jan. 7. Gregory Warner/NPR hide caption

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A 40-Day Vegan Fast, Then, At Last, A January Christmas Feast

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Students in Uganda may use Uglish words, but you can be sure they're not learning them at school. Courtesy of Will R. Potter/Said&Seen hide caption

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Don't Bench That Dentist: A Guide To Ugandan English

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How To Pitch A Hamburger In A War Zone

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Najin, a female northern white rhino, gets a pat from keeper Mohamed Doyo. Najin, who lives at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya, is one of only five of its subspecies left in the world. Ben Curtis/AP hide caption

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We're Down To 5 Northern White Rhinos: Is It Too Late For Babies?

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Charges Of Crimes Against Humanity Dropped Against Kenyan Leader

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Kenya Shakes Up Security Leadership After Latest Al Shabab Attack

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Hundreds of Kenyan women and men took to the street on Nov. 17 after a video of an unidentified woman wearing a short skirt being stripped by a group of men emerged and went viral online, sparking the #MyDressMyChoice social media campaign. Dai Kurokawa/EPA/Landov hide caption

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Viral Videos Show Kenyan Women Assaulted For Wearing Miniskirts

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Thieu Patrice, Tan Benjamin and village chief Gueu Denis of Gahapleu, Ivory Coast, stand on the path to Liberia. Gregory Warner/NPR hide caption

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Guarding The Ebola Border

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Mumadou Traore says the Ivory Coast's French bureaucracy is a "blessing" when it comes to Ebola. Gregory Warner/NPR hide caption

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No Ebola, S'il Vous Plait, We're French: The Ivory Coast Mindset

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