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Children with albinism being hunted down and killed in Tanzania

Albino children in Tanzania are being hunted down and murdered for their bones, which are ground down to make good luck potions.

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Calais migrants: a day in the life of the Jungle

“Sixteen years ago, I was migrating without papers and evading police just like them. I eventually sneaked into Britain without proper documents. That’s what hundreds of migrants are attempting to do.”

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Seeking a better life: from London to Somalia

Faisal Kiber used to be an estate agent in Wembley, now he is a camel herder: “Over there, I worried about the letters, council tax, electricity bills, water bills. [In London] you worry about daily life… here no one is …

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How al-Shabaab is dividing communities in northern Kenya

Al-Shabaab militants killed 148 non-Muslim students in the northern Kenyan town of Garissa last month. Jamal Osman finds that a growing number of Christian residents are now fleeing the community. Students came under attack early in the morning as they …

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The Nairobian: Scandals make Kenya’s fastest growing paper

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British Muslims turn to US embassy for radicalisation advice

A lack of genuine engagement means some British Muslim community groups would rather talk to US embassy officials than the Home Office about efforts to counter extremism, they tell Channel 4 News. The Somali community groups, including the London Somali …

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Standing up to Golden Dawn in Greece

The economic crisis in Greece has led to a rise in support for the far-right Golden Dawn and an increase in racist attacks. I travelled to the country to talk to one man who is fighting back. Michael Chege and …

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British Government to report on the effects of khat

Khat, a stimulant drug, is chewed by around 90,000 people in the east African and Yemeni communities in the UK. But now the Home Office is considering banning the substance. Jamal Osman finds out why. In an industrial estate in …

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