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Citizens demand better services, share of oil wealth

Welcome to the town of Kilamba in the outskirts of Angola's capital Luanda. More than 10,000 appartments have been built here over the last three years, and so far this vast real estate project has cost 2.7 billion euros. Yet the city stands empty. Prices are so high that only a few families can afford to move in. In Angola, two thirds of the population lives on less than 2 dollars a day.

By Caroline DUMAY

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2016-08-23 Niger

In Niger the maluntrition of children is worsening

In Niger the combination of food insecurity, scarce water resources and lack of infrastructure are affecting children’s lives. The country holds the highest infant mortality in...

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2016-08-22 Burma

Video: Can Burma overcome decades of bitter ethnic conflicts?

Today's Focus takes an in-depth look at one of Burma's many ethnic guerillas. The Ta'ang National Liberation Army (TNLA) is one of the armed groups invited to the 21st Century...

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2016-07-29 nuclear power

Taiwan's nuclear dumping ground

Taiwan is on an earthquake faultline and exposed to typhoons. These environmental factors have parallels with Japan, so people are nervous of a repeat of the Fukushima nuclear...

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2016-07-28 India

Indian women on frontline of battle against alcohol

Alcohol consumption in India claims a life every 96 minutes. As alcohol-related violence also continues to rise, women are at the forefront of a war against alcohol in the...

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2016-07-27 guns

Europe struggles to crack down on weapons trafficking

After a series of terrorist attacks in Europe, people are urging their governments to find ways to protect them. One of the major concerns is the number of illegal weapons...

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