Film premiere of "The Will to See" challenges Americans to re-engage with the world’s dangerous, desperate places.
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Guinea is the latest African country to experience a coup, its third since independence in 1958.
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Kanu is demanding $12 million from the Nigerian government for his June arrest and for Kenya to repatriate him to the UK.
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Abiy recently visited four African countries and Turkey as UN's António Guterres warns of a “humanitarian catastrophe” in Tigray.
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83,000 recruits cannot graduate due to a shortage of weapons blamed on a UN arms embargo.
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Islamic State-linked militants killed 19 people on Aug. 27 as military and civilian authorities traded blame games.
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Authorities arrested a civil society activist and an ex-governor a week after the group's formation.
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The socio-political crisis that has gripped Algeria since February 2019, has revived illegal immigration to Europe.
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Fresh divisions within first vice-president Riek Machar's party complicates the country's security situation.
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Three attacks on military posts are the first since Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau was reported dead in May.
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A Sudanese refugee from Tennessee has left the comfort of his American home to help in the humanitarian assistance in Darfur.
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