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26Apr 2018
The Guardian

Sustained ocean warming could greatly reduce catches of fish like these herring photographed off Norway. Photo/ CC BY

Climate change is rapidly warming the Earth and altering ecosystems on land and at sea that...

26Apr 2018
Edward Qorro
The Guardian

Napir Mukare stands in front of her new modern house. PHOTO/EDWARD QORRO

Meliyo Lemunda Laizer is not your typical Maasai man.
The smile on his beaming face speaks...

26Apr 2018
The Guardian

A medical evacuation takes place in Duk Padiet, where people have been wounded during a cattle raid. One man has been shot in the leg, another man in the face. Patients are being evacuated to Juba where they receive further medical treatment. PHOTO/IRIN

In the absence of a functioning state, outside NGOs are left to provide healthcare – even...

25Apr 2018
The Guardian

UN Secretary-General António Guterres (seated, third from left) in a camp for internally displaced persons in Bangassou, Central African Republic. Photo/UN

With United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres as a guest at the African Union Summit in...

25Apr 2018
The Guardian

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa. Photo/WEB

Any effort to rebrand South Africa should begin at the domestic level – to galvanise a new...

25Apr 2018
The Guardian

Congolese digital activist Guy Muyembe. Photo/ Index on Censorship

In the midst of the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s dangerous political crisis, the main...

25Apr 2018
The Guardian

Sustained ocean warming could greatly reduce catches of fish like these herring photographed off Norway. Photo/ CC BY

Climate change is rapidly warming the Earth and altering ecosystems on land and at sea that...

24Apr 2018
Correpondent
The Guardian

The cost of malaria to African economies is estimated at £8bn a year in direct costs. Photo/ CDC/Phanie/Rex/Shutterstock

Greater investment in satellite tracking of mosquitoes is vital in the fight to eradicate...

24Apr 2018
Gerald Kitabu
The Guardian

Yasinta Brazio (right) carrying her son Princhi. Looking on is the community health service provider at Biharamulo District, Lydia Disma. PHOTO/CORRESPONDENT GERALD KITABU

A six-month-old Princhi Isaya, swathed in a piece of cloth on his mother’s back is wearing a...

24Apr 2018
Correpondent
The Guardian

Stacks of used clothing are seen in this African warehouse. The U.S. is retaliating against countries that are restricting the import of American used clothing, a marginal industry for the US but a critical one for some African nations. Photo/Shutterstock

Fostering international development has long been viewed as central to the moral, humanitarian,...

23Apr 2018
The Guardian

Children with Dream Catchers, a charity dance group, practise their moves in Lagos, Nigeria. PHOTO/THOMSON REUTERS FOUNDATION

Nigerian choreographer Seyi Oluyole found dance rehearsals were a great way to distract the...

23Apr 2018
The Guardian

Burundian refugee Arlene Nifasha with her son at the Mahama camp in Rwanda, April 5, 2018. PHOTO/THOMSON REUTERS FOUNDATION

During Burundi's brutal 12-year civil war, Maggy Barankitse set out to rescue as many children...

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