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Advocates Urge Kenya To Help Victims Of Post-Election Violence

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A Burundian soldier of the U.N. peacekeeping force MINUSCA contingent uses a metal detector at the entrance of a polling station in Bangui, Central African Republic on Dec. 14, 2015. Marco Longari/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Burundian Peacekeeping Abroad Can Fuel Conflict At Home

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

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Amnesty Report: Child Labor Used To Gather Minerals For Gadget Batteries

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Tanzanian President John Magufuli canceled Independence Day celebrations and ordered a national day of cleanup instead. He picked up trash outside the State House during the Dec. 9 event. Daniel Hayduk /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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This Politician's Philosophy: No Perks For You

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Blind Masseur Helps Relieve Tension In War-Torn South Sudan

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The members of Melodika live in a group house together in Kigali, Rwanda. Percussionist Omer Nzoyisaba is far left, with singer Christian Ninteretse third from the left. Michael May/NPR hide caption

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In Exile, Burundian Musicians Create Out Of Crisis

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Rebels In Burundi Pledge To Oust The Country's President

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President Paul Kagame posted his ballot in Kigali on Friday as Rwandans voted in a referendum to decide whether he should be allowed to extend his time in power. AP hide caption

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Rwanda's President Dangles The Possibility Of A Third Term

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People mourn the death of Dinka Chala who was shot dead by the Ethiopian forces the day earlier, in the Yubdo Village, about 100 km from Addis Ababa in the Oromia region, on Dec. 17, 2015. Zacharias Abubeker/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Crackdown Turns Deadly In Ethiopia As Government Turns Against Protesters

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South Sudanese seeking refuge line up to register at the U.N.'s base in Bentiu in February. At that time, the camp was receiving up to 200 new people a day. It now serves as home to some 100,000 people. Charles Lomodong/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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U.N. Bases Turn Into Cities For Desperate And Displaced In South Sudan

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Violence Escalates In Burundi; U.S Citizens Urged To Leave

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Calling relatives they hadn't spoken to since 2013: from left to right, Chol Lul Walou, approximately 60, called her daughter and son-in-law; Simon Lam Yiek, 33, called his brother; Nyanchan Maluol Mot, 19, called her sister. Giles Duley/Courtesy of ICRC hide caption

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They Haven't Spoken To Family In Years. Now They Get A 3-Minute Call

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Pope Francis Encourages Christian, Muslim Leaders To Be 'Prophets For Peace'

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