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Topic: Sub-Saharan Africa
As world welcomes '7 billionth baby,' UN says empowering women is key to stability
The world doesn't need to go thirsty
Why dictators now face civilian revolt, from Syria to Swaziland
Africa Rising: Nigeria plans to build nuclear power plants
How rising global food prices could affect Africa (VIDEO)
Hatua Likoni offers scholarships and mentors to Kenya's students
Backpack Farms helps small African farmers defeat drought
Five trees you’ve never heard of that are helping to feed Africa
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The peace industry can win its war
Janet Siddall helps African families through 'Grandmothers to Grandmothers.'
Classics in technicolor
Africa's summer of strikes
West Africa Rising: Visits by Cameron, Merkel speak to Africa's growing economy
Cell phone banking could lift Africa's farmers
West Africa Rising: Sierra Leone looks to 'smallholders' to solve agricultural woes
Is Nigeria's Boko Haram a Wahhabi group?
Central America's elites must fund their own state security, expert says
Taking care of business in South Sudan
Africa is becoming a test lab for mobile phone development
Mother's Day: What are the best and worst countries for mothers?
Do protests in Nigeria, Uganda, and Burkina Faso have anything in common?
Peace isn't just the absence of war
Fat stigma spreads from Western countries
Will Arab world’s freedom wave reach Iran or China?
Will Burkina Faso's protests catch fire like Egypt, Tunisia?
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