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Kangaroo method gives Senegal babies a chance
A simple method started in South America, now introduced to Senegal, is saving many newborns from death.
Last updated: 17 Nov 2014 10:29 GMT
Ebola quarantines violated in search of food
Aid agencies say thousands being monitored for signs of Ebola in Sierra Leone are venturing out to find food.
Last updated: 05 Nov 2014 06:48 GMT
Wrestling mania grips Senegal's youth
Thousands of youth are dropping out of school as the dream of fame - and fortune – lures them into a bruising career.
Last updated: 28 Sep 2014 14:00 GMT
Ebola crisis: 'world is losing the battle'
Doctors Without Borders charity calls for global response, warning that rich nations have ignored gravity of epidemic.
Last updated: 02 Sep 2014 16:57 GMT
Senegal children face modern-day slavery
An estimated 50,000 children forced hundreds kilometres away by their parents, and end up begging on the Dakar streets.
Tamba Jean-Matthew III
Last updated: 01 Sep 2014 17:13 GMT
Concern for migrants as Ebola reaches Senegal
Fears of backlash against Guinean migrant population after student from country tests positive for virus in Senegal.
Last updated: 01 Sep 2014 16:48 GMT
Fear in Senegal after first Ebola infection
Health authorities in West African nation gear up to deadly disease after student is diagnosed with Ebola.
Last updated: 31 Aug 2014 07:27 GMT
Ebola: Senegal reports first case
Senegal confirms first case, a student who arrived from Guinea, as virus spreads to fifth west African country.
Last updated: 29 Aug 2014 21:30 GMT
Senegal prime minister sacked
The move against Aminata Toure comes after she failed to win a seat at local elections on Sunday.
Last updated: 05 Jul 2014 04:23 GMT
New technology lights up Burundi
New technology is lighting up homes in country where civil war left much of the infrastructure destroyed.
Last updated: 15 Jun 2014 18:30 GMT
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