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Blending traditional Arabic calligraphy with street-style urban graffiti, artist eL Seed's latest work brings beauty and dignity to Coptic Christians living amid Cairo's refuse.
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Former U.N. Secretary-General Boutros Boutros-Ghali, a blunt-spoken Egyptian who led the world body through global turmoil, died on Tuesday. He was 93.
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Anyone committed to a higher quality news industry must also commit to curbing the common ethical failures that have eroded freedom of speech, the Liberian president told a national gathering.
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More than 10,000 people have been killed and 2.3 million displaced since the country's civil war broke out in December 2013,
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UN officials reassured Liberia's Muslim community the country will remain peaceful and stable in spite of debate over whether Liberia will become an officially Christian nation.
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TMP member Simon Mkina is reporting that the Tanzanian government has banned the paper he edits, Mawio, from further publication, and police hauled him and his staff in for questioning.
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Health officials in Monrovia are asking Liberians not panic in the wake of the re-emergence of the deadly Ebola virus.
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Netsa`s impressive exhibition in Addis Ababa reflects on a gamut of socio-cultural practices, including gender assignment, fragile families, and domestic violence.
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The world’s deadliest terrorist group is not in the Middle East. It’s in Nigeria, where the Islamist insurgency Boko Haram and other forces killed more than 4,000 Christians in 2015.
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More than 2,000 schools in Nigeria, Cameroon, Chad and Niger remain closed due to the conflict and hundreds have been looted, damaged or destroyed, said the U.N. children's agency UNICEF.
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