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Zimbabwe Explosion Hits Presidential Rally

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The Expansive Program To Recruit Africa's Young Soccer Talent

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Finding Justice For Rape In Kenya

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Jean Marie Rukundo and his wife, Theodosie Uwambajimana, with their 2-year-old daughter. They've nicknamed her "Rwamrec," the acronym for a resource center in Rwanda that taught Rukundo how to step up his game as a spouse and father. When he came with his wife to the delivery room for the child, she says that "touched my heart." Amy Yee for NPR hide caption

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This App Could Make Roads In Uganda Safer

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Jean-Pierre Bemba's supporters celebrate at the Congolese Liberation Movement, or MLC, headquarters upon learning Friday's verdict in Kinshasa. John Wessels/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Former fighters and refugees wait in Bambari for the arrival of a delegation from the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization. Florent Vergnes/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Ethiopia Announces Peace Deal With Eritrea

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Lola Omolola is the founder of FIN, a private Facebook group with nearly 1.7 million members that has become a support network for women around the globe. Nolis Anderson for NPR hide caption

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One Woman's Facebook Success Story: A Support Group For 1.7 Million

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Preschools In Ghana's Capital Challenge Call-And-Response System

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