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How The EU Is Trying To Stop Africans Boarding Boats To Europe
Human rights groups have raised the alarm over proposed aid to repressive regimes in Sudan and Eritrea as part of efforts to control migration.
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Boko Haram Aren't The Only Militants Causing Chaos In Nigeria
A shadowy new militant group is blowing up the country's oil infrastructure.
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Libya Is Saving Migrants At Sea Only To Trap Them In Dire Conditions On Land
Europe, desperate to stem the flow of refugees and migrants, has offered the fragile country help to stop migrants from leaving.
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Unprecedented Protests Hit One Of The World's Most Repressive Countries
In a place where disappearances and torture are common, brave individuals are taking to the streets.
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Australia's Hidden, Deadly Migrant Crisis
Horrific conditions in offshore detention centers have led to an epidemic of self-harm.
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People Are Starving In An Iraqi City Surrounded By U.S.-Backed Forces
"The people of Fallujah are dying a slow death," says the city's exiled mayor.
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The Hypocrisy Underlying Brazil’s Impeachment Movement
By Grasielle Castro, Marcella Fernandes, and Nicholas Miriello, HuffPost Brazil
Many of President Dilma Rousseff's loudest critics are embroiled in their own corruption scandals.
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The Other Girls Kidnapped By Boko Haram In The 2 Years Since #BringBackOurGirls
Over 200 girls were captured from a Nigerian boarding school in April 2014. But the kidnapping spree didn’t stop there.
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Why The Panama Papers Hit A Nerve In Iceland
Icelanders already didn't trust their government, and the leak has only made things worse.
Boko Haram's Largest School Kidnapping Has Gone Unnoticed
Three hundred children are missing, but the Nigerian government remains silent.
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After Years Of Being Sidelined, Syrian Women Aim To Make History At Peace Talks
“Women are bearing the brunt of the war and keeping the country together."
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U.S. Drone Strikes And Dead Leaders Haven't Stopped Al Shabab
The Somalian militant group has showed no signs of stopping its attacks.
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How El Salvador Became The World’s Most Violent Peacetime Country
The Central American nation registered more homicides in 2015 than in any year during its civil war.
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