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Ancient walled city bewitches with mix of Arab, African cultures, riot of colors, scents and spices.
Lalibela churches hewn from volcanic rock 800 years ago, still inspire awe.
Though many of South Africa's young teens think of AIDS as a disease only among the poor, they are learning the hard way that everyone is at risk.
Anti-AIDS measures cannot be considered separately from Africa's cultural context. Education must be emphasized.
Hospital in Gabon continues to give free, ethical treatment to poor Africans.
Sao Tome and Principe's traditional healers have vital knowledge of natural drugs.
The historic taste that will spoil your enjoyment of ordinary chocolates
New technology gives hope to Africa's amputees, many victims of landmines and crocodiles.
Freedom Park shows South Africa's shared dreams of pain and liberation.
Maputo's music festival fuses African and European cultures.
Lynde Francis broke AIDS stigma by going public, opening drop-in center.