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22 Jul 2021
Every year millions and millions of sardines trek along the cold currents off the South Africa coast during the southern hemisphere winter months, peaking in July. Countless dolphins and sharks hunt along the shoals - a spectacular sight that awes tourists lucky enough to find them.
10 Jul 2020
Every week self-taught Nigerian dancer Daniel Ajala welcomes in his improvised dance studio dozens of children from a poor district of Lagos to teach them ballet. The academy -- which Ajala funds out of his own pocket -- has 12 pupils aged between six and 15.
2 Mar 2017
In Egypt's conservative southern province of Minya, young girls in black leotards and white tights wobble on their tip toes to classical music in a room painted with colourful motifs.

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