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Upcoming elections and fractures in Mozambique’s main opposition party are set to test a fragile peace following decades of simmering conflict.
A true crime tale, of a single death and a country unravelled.
After years in IS captivity, returnees find homes destroyed, social stigma, and little financial support.
Many sexual assaults happen at gunpoint. An international treaty requires arms exporters to assess sales that may lead to violations of human rights or humanitarian law.
Sudan is embarking on a plan to move from pariah to Africa’s newest hope. But the path is likely bumpy, especially for ending the wars that have left two million displaced.
Erosion is quietly changing the country’s landscape and uprooting communities, but plans to address the problem aren’t keeping pace with climate threats.
Will Africa’s new humanitarian initiative get the breathing room it needs, or will it fall foul of the aid sector’s resistance to change?
Another move from the White House to cut the US aid budget has fizzled out. But here’s a glimpse of how USAID spends its billions anyway – and who may be vulnerable.
Confining tens of thousands of people who may have ties to Islamic State in a crowded and rumour-ridden camp doesn’t bode well for the future.
From elation to frustration: one woman’s year as an elected leader shows the difficulties of upending a male-dominated leadership system in Bangladesh’s camps.