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A Kamuina Nsapu fighter. (Photo/Philip Kleinfeld/IRIN).

200,000 Congolese Expelled From Angola: At Home, They Find The Same Peril They Fled

Since the violence in DRCs Kasai region last March, 1.4 million people have been displaced.


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Moroccan and Senegalese UN peacekeepers in CAR. (Photo/Eskinder Debebe/UN).

Central African Republic Just Scored The Most Negative Feelings Of Any Nation In 10 Years Of A Global Survey

The survey didnt cover some countries facing serious political and humanitarian problems, including Burundi, Somalia, and Sudan.


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A health worker takes temperatures. (Photo/Claude Sengenya/IRIN).

DR Congo Is A World Champion In Tackling Ebola, The Latest Outbreak Is Its 10th

Theres an added problem to the latest Ebola outbreak; its in North Kivu Province, a conflict zone where dozens of armed groups operate and decades of fighting have devastated key infrastructure.


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Breaking Bad In Burundi: Now You See Nkurunziza, Now You Don’t

300,000 people died in a 1993-2005 civil war and recent years have been marked by political unrest and violent oppression


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Over recent years drought has forced the Fulani to move from their traditional areas. (Photo/Carsten ten Brink/Flickr).

Fulani Militias Killed 217 People, Boko Haram Murdered 70 Over Same Period – Nigeria’s New Menace

It is one element of a wider problem of rampant criminality that is either ignored or encouraged by local politicians