Ofeibea Quist-Arcton Ofeibea Quist-Arcton is an award-winning broadcaster from Ghana and is NPR's Africa Correspondent.
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ANC Retains A Slim Majority In South Africa's Parliament

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South Africans Begin Voting In Election To Decide President, Parliament

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26 Million South Africans Are Eligible To Vote In Wednesday's Election

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South Africa Elections: Will The Governing African National Congress Hold Power?

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Yellow Vest Protesters Still Waiting For France's President To Respond To Demands

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After 7 Years Inside Ecuador's Embassy In London, Julian Assange Was Arrested

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Assange Is Arrested After Being Evicted From Ecuadorean Embassy

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WikiLeaks Co-Founder Julian Assange Arrested In London

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Search and rescue workers are trying to pull a girl out from under piles of concrete rubble after the collapse of a three-story building in Lagos Island, Nigeria, on Wednesday. Vanessa Ade/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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Some Schoolchildren Reported Dead After Building Collapses In Lagos, Nigeria

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Nigerians Re-Elect Muhammadu Buhari As President

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Officials count votes at a polling station in southern Nigeria during the country's election, which came a week later than expected. YASUYOSHI CHIBA/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A Week Late, Nigeria's Election Unfolds

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