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18 Nov
Rising from a background of poverty, choreographer Seyi Oluyole is helping to keep young girls off the streets. Her organization Dream Catchers Academy provides them with free education, music, dance, and arts training.
12 Nov
A literacy project in Luanda, Angola's capital, has taken to the streets. The project aims to combat illiteracy and promote educational opportunities.

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Members of the Nigerian Labour Congress NLC on Tuesday morning protested nationwide over the biting economic hardship in the country.
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Seven months after the coup that overthrew President Mohamed Bazoum, Niger's security forces have seized large quantities of weapons in the capital. They say the military equipment belongs to France, and accuse Paris of trying to destabilise the country.
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The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Linda Thomas-Greenfield, said on Monday that Benin had offered 2,000 troops for a Kenya-led mission to tackle gang violence in Haiti.
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Reports emerged of heavy gunfire in Chad's capital, N'Djamena, on Wednesday after fighting near the headquarters of the country's internal security agency turned deadly
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Broken childhoods is the summary of this week's film show: those of young film stars, at the heart of French actress Judith Godrèche's speech at France's César awards ceremony; and that of the young heroine in the film "When it Melts", which is out in France this week.