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The struggle for Kenya's marginalised youth
Marginalised and jobless, desperate young men in Nairobi slums provide fertile ground for al-Shabab.
Absenteeism among doctors at government hospitals is rife, prompting innovative efforts to ensure they turn up for work.
The Khmer Rouge tribunal is set to hear genocide charges for targeting ethnic Vietnamese and Cham Muslims.
The world's newest professional sport comes from an unlikely source: video games.
'I'm dying anyway, one piece at a time' said Steve Fobister, who suffers from disabilities caused by mercury poisoning.
Philip J. Victor
Tensions persist in Aluthgama and other Sri Lanka towns hit by communal violence as the fasting month of Ramadan ends.
Protests and online activism in recent months have brought a resurgence of ethnic Oromo nationalism in Ethiopia.
Chemotherapy is big business, but some US doctors say it could be overused and are pushing for cheaper and better care.
Jill Rosenbaum & Michael Okwu
Part of the joint accord aimed at ending the political impasse establishes an independent National Election Commission.
Amid vote audit and horse-trading, politicians of all hues agree a compromise is needed to avoid political instability.
Rights groups say the US prosecution of terrorism cases targets Muslims and are fraught with abuses.
Local painters forgo experimentation to cater to growing number of foreign buyers.
James Jeffrey
India's policy of equidistance between Israel and Palestine faces criticism amid mounting death toll in Gaza.
The Positive Action Foundation Philippines, manned by HIV-positive staff, provides care to those who have no one else.
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