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Food worries widen in Mauritania
26 May 2015 (IRIN ), More than 465,000 people in Mauritania, where lean season is already underway, are expected to face severe food insecurity by June, due in large part to last year's poor harvests.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101544/Food-worries-widen-in-Mauritania
Photo Feature: Burundi's Endless Exodus
22 May 2015 (IRIN ), Over 110,000 Burundians have fled their country amid protests and an attempted coup d’etat. Now a cholera outbreak has made the journey all the more dangerous.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101534/Photo-Feature-Burundi-s-Endless-Exodus
Many fleeing Burundi have no wish to return
21 May 2015 (IRIN ), Aid agencies are warning a cholera outbreak is creating major health crisis among tens of thousands of people who have fled Burundi for neighbouring Tanzania. It's a journey many of the refugees have made before. Some have no desire to return home.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101521/Many-fleeing-Burundi-have-no-wish-to-return
Prisons ignoring the rights of Ivorian youth
21 May 2015 (IRIN ), Hundreds of children in Cote d'Ivoire are living among adult prisoners in detention centres as they await trial.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101524/Prisons-ignoring-the-rights-of-Ivorian-youth
Insecurity fuels food shortages in northern Cameroon
19 May 2015 (IRIN ), Nearly 200,000 people in northern Cameroon don't have enough to eat due to ongoing attacks by Boko Haram.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101514/Insecurity-fuels-food-shortages-in-northern-Cameroon
Film: When the war came back - A South Sudan village relives the effects of conflict
18 May 2015 (IRIN ), Kandak, a small village in South Sudan’s Jonglei state, eight days walk from the Ethiopian border, has paid a high price for its unfortunate location in the midst of Sudan’s civil wars. This film explores the impact of the current conflict.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101507/Film-When-the-war-came-back-A-South-Sudan-village-relives-the-effects-of-conflict
Lawyers see detainees in South Africa ‘xenophobia’ storm
15 May 2015 (IRIN ), Human rights lawyers are interviewing hundreds of migrants rounded up last week in night raids by South African police, trying to ascertain if they should be exempt from deportation.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101499/Lawyers-see-detainees-in-South-Africa-xenophobia-storm
BRIEFING: Can new pact bring peace to the CAR?
15 May 2015 (IRIN ), Can the Central African Republic finally turn the page on decades of instability and conflict? Rebel groups and militias have signed a new peace pact aimed at putting the horrific violence of the past few years behind them. But will it work?
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101502/BRIEFING-Can-new-pact-bring-peace-to-the-CAR
What a funding crisis is doing to AIDS patients in Burkina Faso
14 May 2015 (IRIN ), Funding shortfalls mean food programmes for HIV/AIDS patients in Burkina Faso are being cut back, leaving thousands of vulnerable people at risk:
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101495/What-a-funding-crisis-is-doing-to-AIDS-patients-in-Burkina-Faso
Zimbabwe plunges towards a food crisis
14 May 2015 (IRIN ), Farisai Moyo was hoping for a bumper harvest this year, but all he has to show for his hard work is a field of wilted maize – the result of a prolonged dry spell across much of Zimbabwe that is likely to tip the country into food crisis
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101496/Zimbabwe-plunges-towards-a-food-crisis
What now for Burundi? Five key risks
14 May 2015 (IRIN ), Hours before an army general in Burundi announced he had ousted President Pierre Nkurunziza, a group of experts were making predictions before a packed audience in Nairobi. They turned out right. Here's what else they're warning of.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101497/What-now-for-Burundi-Five-key-risks
Will NGO bill restrict aid efforts in South Sudan?
13 May 2015 (IRIN ), South Sudan's parliament has just passed a bill regulating the activities of NGOs, but humanitarian agencies fear it is more about restricting aid workers and are warning it could have "catastrophic effects" for civilians in the war-ravaged nation:
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101488/Will-NGO-bill-restrict-aid-efforts-in-South-Sudan
Who is Burundi’s coup-maker?
13 May 2015 (IRIN ), Major-General Godefroid Niyombare has announced the ouster of President Pierre Nkurunziza of Burundi over his controversial bid to run for a third term in office. Here's a look at the man behind the apparent coup.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101489/Who-is-Burundi-s-coup-maker
The pain of the new normal: Guinea after Ebola
13 May 2015 (IRIN ), The Ebola outbreak has ended in many parts of Guinea, but things are not as they were before. Life carries on, but the stigma and the emotional scars linger as people try to get used to the new normal:
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101484/The-pain-of-the-new-normal-Guinea-after-Ebola
Boko Haram attacks spark education crisis in Cameroon
12 May 2015 (IRIN ), Cross-border attacks by Boko Haram in northern Cameroon have led to the closure of more than 120 schools and halted the education of tens of thousands of children displaced by the violence.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101480/Boko-Haram-attacks-spark-education-crisis-in-Cameroon
Ebola’s silver lining: Guineans learn to have faith in hospitals
8 May 2015 (IRIN ), Seeking out medical help from a féticheur (medicine man, traditional healer, witch doctor or sorcerer depending on what service they are providing) has long been a part of Guinea’s culture and customs. But when Ebola struck, their curative powers were found to be lacking, and Guineans are learning to have more faith in their hospitals.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101468/Ebola-s-silver-lining-Guineans-learn-to-have-faith-in-hospitals
Bullets before the ballot – Bujumbura diary
6 May 2015 (IRIN ), At least a dozen people have been killed in recent days in Burundi amid protests against the president’s plans to run for a third term in office. The unrest has raised fears that the country, after a decade of peace, could slide back into conflict. Regular IRIN contributor Désiré Nimubona explains the challenges of reporting during such turmoil.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101456/Bullets-before-the-ballot-Bujumbura-diary
Schools reopen, but Ebola keeps pupils on the streets
6 May 2015 (IRIN ), Fear and poverty are keeping many children in Sierra Leone out of classrooms and on the streets hawking or labouring– another effect of the Ebola outbreak that kept schools closed for nine months.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101461/Schools-reopen-but-Ebola-keeps-pupils-on-the-streets
How serious are Guinea protests?
5 May 2015 (IRIN ), There appears to be little appetite for the Guinean opposition’s promised campaign of civil disobedience. However, deep-rooted ethnic tensions, suspicions over Ebola and simmering resentment for the security forces could still see pre-election protests boil over.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101454/How-serious-are-Guinea-protests
Guinea Ebola diary: In the land of lost handshakes
1 May 2015 (IRIN ), IRIN’s West Africa editor Jennifer Lazuta recently spent eight days in Guinea travelling in and around the town of Gueckedou in the heart of the country’s Forest Region, where the Ebola outbreak is believed to have begun in December 2013.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101440/Guinea-Ebola-diary-In-the-land-of-lost-handshakes

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