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  • Analysis

    Lives on hold

    20 October 2015
    When migrants go missing on the long journey from Africa to Europe the lack of information about their fate often adds immense bureaucratic hurdles to...
  • Feature


    New boom job: cultural mediator

    16 October 2015
    A by-product of the dramatic rise in the number of migrants and refugees arriving in Europe is soaring demand for a relatively new kind of...
  • Photo feature

    No way forward, No way back

    31 August 2015
    Will the arrival into a Libyan port of a vessel full of decomposing bodies force migrants waiting to cross the Mediterranean to think again? In...
  • Feature

    Between war and peace

    3 August 2015
    Senegal has a proud musical heritage, but in the southern region of Casamance they too often sing of pain, suffering and conflict without end.
  • Feature

    HAS VIDEO Casamance Senegal


    3 August 2015
    Atrocities in nearby countries have stolen the regional headlines over the years, but the low-intensity separatist struggle in Casamance is West Africa’s longest-running civil conflict.