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Fatal clashes in Egypt protests

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Posted by admin 504 days ago (Editorial)
At least five people were killed and scores of others injured across Egypt as demonstrators supporting the Muslim Brotherhood clashed with police.

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South Sudan retakes town as peace talks loom

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Posted by admin 501 days ago (Editorial)
South Sudanese government forces retook control of a flashpoint town from rebels Sunday, an official said, as negotiators for the warring sides prepared to hold their first face-to-face talks to end weeks of ethnic fighting in the world's newest country.

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African migrants protest for Israeli asylum

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Posted by admin 501 days ago (Editorial)
Thousands of African migrants in Israel call for a labor strike and say they need asylum as they've undertaken dangerous journeys to flee genocide and dictatorial regimes.

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Elephant poachers become the prey

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Posted by admin 501 days ago (Editorial)
Many of the guards trying to prevent poaching in the Republic of Congo used to be the ones hunting the elephants. The unit's successes haven't made them any friends.

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Malawi: Africa's next hot spot

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Posted by admin 500 days ago (Editorial)
Improving game parks, uncrowded beaches, friendly people -- Malawi is an African destination on the rise.

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Trekking with a 'gorilla whisperer'

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Posted by admin 500 days ago (Editorial)
Tracker Zephirin Okoko on how it took him years of persistence to habituate a specific gorilla.

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'Slave parade' celebrates freedom

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Posted by admin 500 days ago (Editorial)
Glittering clothes, pounding drums and painted faces -- welcome to Cape Town's New Year carnival celebrations.

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Three years to wait for a photo?

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Posted by admin 501 days ago (Editorial)
Three years to wait for a photo? Africa photographer David Gulden explains how he gets the shots that last.

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