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Efforts concentrate on getting traditional Africa cultures to value education for females.
Female sex tourism in Senegal attracts women who will pay for romance.
A towering statue is lambasted for being sexist, sexy and wasteful.
Families are being moved from flood-prone suburbs to a new settlement 15 miles east of Dakar.
Opposition cries fraud, but moderate Muslim leader Aziz has popular support and is in charge.
Multimedia: Senegalese singing sensation Youssou N'Dour encourages families to sleep under mosquito nets.
Lack of education, unsupervised visits by older males, and superstition have all contributed.
Female candidate tries to win election to represent her urban constituency.
A proliferation of media outlets has even journalists questioning the quality of content.
Local youth leader: "The homosexuals will not escape lynching. They will be fish food."
Delays in trying ex-Chadian dictator Hissene Habre case reveal deeper problems
Senegal's capital cooks with gas, but not when government fails to pay for imports.