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The wild bunch - Nigeria's tricycle taxis
18 February 2015 (IRIN ), There are swarms of them in most Nigerian cities. Yellow, noisy and slightly dangerous, auto rickshaws provide cheap public transport - and a livelihood for tens of thousands of their drivers.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101137/The-wild-bunch-Nigeria-s-tricycle-taxis
Life after combat in CAR
17 February 2015 (IRIN ), Helping thousands of fighters in the Central African Republic return to civilian life presents a dilemma for aid workers: offer too many incentives and risk rewarding violence; offer too few and potentially fail to stem it
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101134/Life-after-combat-in-CAR
A map of hunger in 2015 - where to watch
17 February 2015 (IRIN ), An interactive map of countries that are likely to face major food shortages in 2015.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101135/A-map-of-hunger-in-2015-where-to-watch
For Boko Haram victims, charity begins at home
16 February 2015 (IRIN ), More than 90 percent of the nearly one million people displaced by Boko Haram in Nigeria's northeast live in communities rather than the official centres administered by the government. It’s a reflection of traditions of hospitality and self-reliance that endure in Nigerian society, but will come under increasing strain the longer the crisis lasts.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101133/For-Boko-Haram-victims-charity-begins-at-home
Unloved but unyielding: Burkina’s presidential guard could derail transition
13 February 2015 (IRIN ), The potential for widespread civil unrest in Burkina Faso could grow if the country’s Presidential Security Regiment continues to remain a powerful and largely unanswerable force.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101128/Unloved-but-unyielding-Burkina-s-presidential-guard-could-derail-transition
Why South Sudan’s children are fighting again
12 February 2015 (IRIN ), Thousands of children are fighting with government and rebel forces in South Sudan, reversing a painstaking demobilization program and fanning calls for war crimes trials as a better way to protect minors from recruitment.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101125/Why-South-Sudan-s-children-are-fighting-again
Thousands of Boko Haram refugees "stranded" in Chad
11 February 2015 (IRIN ), More than 7,000 Nigerian refugees in Chad's Lake Region remain in need of humanitarian aid, following cross-border attacks by Boko Haram.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101118/Thousands-of-Boko-Haram-refugees-stranded-in-Chad
Fleeing Boko Haram - survivors' stories
10 February 2015 (IRIN ), Around one million Nigerians have been forced to flee their homes as a result of the Boko Haram insurgency in the northeast. Many seek refuge in the city of Maiduguri, choosing to stay with relatives rather than live in government run camps. They witnessed the harrowing brutality of Boko Haram before escaping to relative safety. IRIN has been hearing their stories.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101113/Fleeing-Boko-Haram-survivors-stories
In Nigeria's northeast, no alarm over election delay
9 February 2015 (IRIN ), In Boko Haram's northeastern stronghold, Nigerians have calmly accepted the postponement of scheduled elections. The military says it cannot spare troops to oversee a voting while it is engaged in a fresh counter insurgency mission against the jihadists. But elsewhere in Nigeria civil society groups remain suspicious that other factors may be at play in the decision to delay the poll.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101110/In-Nigeria-s-northeast-no-alarm-over-election-delay
Why democracy may have to wait in the Central African Republic
9 February 2015 (IRIN ), Insecurity and a lack resources could derail elections in the Central African Republic, crucial for the return to normality after almost two years of intense conflict. Already delayed once, the parliamentary and presidential polls - now scheduled for July and August - are provoking a debate over what should come first: national security or democratic process.
http://www.irinnews.org/Report/101111/Why-democracy-may-have-to-wait-in-the-Central-African-Republic

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