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From a society split between Muslims and Christians comes a model for peaceful political change.
GlobalPost sits down with Superintendent Seline Awinja to talk about when gender does and doesn't matter.
People with albinism in rural Tanzania live in fear of attacks by those who believe their body parts will bring them riches.
Despite its growing economy, Tanzania is facing a youth unemployment crisis rivaled by few other countries in the world.
Progress on labor rights in the city of Mombasa sets a precedent for the rest of the country.
As the nation grieves, few Kenyans direct their anger toward Somali immigrants. But that hasn’t stopped police from singling them out.
While the Westgate investigation simmers, Kenyan women protest a more systematic type of violence.
'Artisanal' mining is now the country's leading profession — attracting adults and children alike. Chinese investment is driving its growth.
In Africa's fastest-growing city, a new haven for Congo's wealthy burdens some of its poor.
Despite a problematic track record, US continues to award multimillion dollar contracts to the DC firm.
A vital but treacherous highway is being rebuilt, just the kind of long-term development Haitians have been hoping for.
Just a small fraction of foreign aid has gone to Haitian businesses, but an NGO network is trying to change that.
The 2012 Farm Bill could reverse a decades-long policy of agricultural subsidies that has undercut Haiti’s local rice production.
Senate to reconsider approach in distributing emergency resources.
As foreigners ask where aid money went, Haitians turn inward, demanding answers from their own government.
Did aid organizations prevent a epidemic? Or did they fail to stop a deadly disease?