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News Brief: Senate And House Republicans Agree On Tax Bill, FCC To Repeal Net Neutrality

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Many South Africans Are Disenchanted With Governing Of African National Congress

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Europe Complicit In Libyan Migrant Abuses, Human Rights Group Says

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Sale Tambaya, a cattle herder in central Nigeria, grazes his cows. After his home state criminalized open grazing on Nov. 1, he and his family fled with their livestock to a neighboring state where grazing is allowed. Two of his sons died on the journey. Tim McDonnell for NPR hide caption

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Zimbabwean Pastor Evan Mawarire, acquitted recently of trying to subvert the government, has deftly used social media in a quest for justice and rights. "It's important that we let the administration that is coming in right now know that if they do to us what Robert Mugabe's government did to us, we will do the same thing to them that we've done to Robert Mugabe," he recently told journalists. Mujahid Safodien/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'Fight For Rights Will Continue' In Zimbabwe, #ThisFlag Movement Pastor Vows

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U.N. Peacekeeping Force Suffers Deadly Attack In Eastern Congo

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The U.N. has operated in the Democratic Republic of the Congo for years. Thursday evening's attack was the bloodiest assault on peacekeeping forces in recent memory, according to a U.N. official. Giles Clarke/Getty Images hide caption

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U.N. Peacekeepers Killed In Congo Firefight

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The modest proposal: Keep your daughter in school for two years and don't marry her off and you'll get a goat or two chickens. The animals pictured above live in Ethiopia, where the strategy to stop child marriage was tested. David Cayless/Getty Images hide caption

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