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09Apr 2018
The Guardian

A picture made available on 15 April 2015 shows Nigerian children protesting outside the Nigerian Ministry of Education in Abuja during the one year anniversary of the kidnapping of hundreds of Nigerian school girls in Chibok, Abuja, Nigeria, 14 April 2015 by Islamic militant group Boko Haram.

On 19 February 2018, militants arrived in trucks at the Government Girls Science and Technology...

08Apr 2018
Guardian On Sunday

Virunga national park is home to one of the world’s largest populations of critically endangered mountain gorillas as well as hundreds of other rare species. Photo: James Oatway for the Guardian

It is dawn on the shores of Lake Edward and the sun is rising over the volcanoes on the eastern...

07Apr 2018
The Guardian

Displaced Congolese push a boat out over Lake Albert to escape to Uganda, fleeing inter-communal violence. Photo: John Wessels/AFP/Getty Images

Justin Kapitu is dying. He does not know it yet, and the doctors treating the 22-year-old rebel...

07Apr 2018
The Guardian

Shawn Whiting

Parts of this story are reconstructed from trial testimony, evidence and publicly available...

06Apr 2018
The Guardian

Delegates in a conflict prevention conference. Photo/FILE

Development policies and programs must be a core part of preventive efforts; when risks are high...

06Apr 2018
The Guardian

Removal of nuisance taxes by the government has provided relief to fishermen. Photo/FILE

PRESIDENT John Magufuli’s administration has committed to the public through some affirmative...

06Apr 2018
The Guardian

Former South African President Nelson Mandela with Winnie Madikizela Mandela on wedding day. Photo/FILE

“The years of imprisonment hardened me,” Winnie Madikizela-Mandela said of herself. “Perhaps if...

05Apr 2018
The Guardian

Removal of nuisance taxes by the government has provided relief to fishermen. Photo/FILE

PRESIDENT John Magufuli’s administration has committed to the public through some affirmative...

05Apr 2018
Edward Qorro
The Guardian

Emmanuel Msando Laizer and his family standing next to the biogas plant installed in their farmyard in Lemong’o village in Oldonyo Sambu. Photo/Edward Qorro

The roaring sound of a car engine somewhat interrupts a small meeting convened by members of...

05Apr 2018
The Guardian

Winnie Madikizela Mandela during the ANC's Elective Conference in December 2017. Photo/Ihsaan Haffejee

“The years of imprisonment hardened me,” Winnie Madikizela-Mandela said of herself. “Perhaps if...

04Apr 2018
Muharram Macatta
The Guardian

Livestock play a key role in the lives of poor, rural people in Tanzania. PHOTO/FILE

Livestock play a key role in the lives of poor, rural people in our developing country,...

04Apr 2018
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian

A nickel laterite mine in West Papua, Indonesia. The mine's waste effluents are washed into the sea decimating fishing grounds and coral reefs in an area *renowned* for its biodiversity.  Photo/Panos

The planet's biodiversity is being lost faster than it recovers, with developing regions...

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