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  1. THE STREETS are quiet and the tear gas has dissipated, but no one knows for sure how many protesters were killed in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital, at the end of October. Human-rights groups ...

  2. The ADF was set up by Ugandan Muslims in the 1990s purporting to fight for the rights of the Tablighi Jamaat sect, although it turned to banditry after crossing Uganda's western border ...

  3. (PHOTO: THE CHRISTIAN POST)Stephen Enada, co-founder on the International Committee on Nigeria, speaks at the Chinese Community Church in Washington, D.C. during the fifth annual Night ...

  4. Plans to build a colossal cathedral by renowned Ghanaian architect David Adjaye in Accra have resurrected a species thought to be extinct — white elephants. Supporters say the $100 million construction ...

  5. Father, son detained in Saudi Arabia for taking pictures with tri-colour at Mecca, released after MEA intervention

  6. To mark the prince's birthday, CNN was invited to his Dumfries House estate in Scotland while he was visiting and to West Africa on an official royal tour. Charles appears to be using his 70th ...

  7. The number of U.S. citizens seeking refuge in Canada in 2017 increased more than sixfold compared to the year before. The Guardian reported Wednesday around 2,550 Americans applied for asylum ...

  8. Tony Allen: Jack of All Parades - JazzTimes

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    Above: Tony Allen (center) prepares for liftoff at the 2018 Newport Jazz Festival as Herlin Riley (left) and others watch the onstage action. “I’m a half-caste,” Tony Allen says in his trailer ...

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