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Poverty preserves racial lines in post-apartheid South Africa

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Poverty preserves racial lines in post-apartheid South Africa

In South Africa, the system of apartheid ended 15 years ago, and since then, many of the racial barriers have broken down. But though they may be equal on paper, many black South Africans still feel unequal due to continuing poverty.

Posted: February 23, 2009 14:10   Comments: 11
Rwanda aims for one laptop per child

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Rwanda aims for one laptop per child

Once a site of Rwanda's 1994 genocide, the town of Rwamagana is now going online thanks to the One Laptop Per Child program.

Posted: December 11, 2008 12:11   Comments: 21
Free healthcare but long lines in Uganda

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Free healthcare but long lines in Uganda

Uganda suffers from an extreme shortage of health workers, particularly in more remote rural areas.

Posted: December 10, 2008 23:53   Comments: 3
Mountain gorillas rustle through Uganda’s forest

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Mountain gorillas rustle through Uganda’s forest

Uganda's Bwindi Forest is home to almost half of the world's remaining mountain gorillas, an endangered species. Correspondent Martin Seemungal treks through the wilderness to observe some of the rare creatures in their natural habitat.

Posted: December 9, 2008 10:33   Comments: 3
Women rank high in Rwanda’s government

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Women rank high in Rwanda’s government

Rwanda's parliament is 56 percent female -- the first in the world in which women hold a majority (45 out of 80) of seats.

Posted: December 8, 2008 10:57   Comments: 4
European immigration: France, Germany and Italy

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European immigration: France, Germany and Italy

Worldfocus' signature series on European immigration from France, Germany and Italy.

Posted: November 20, 2008 11:26   Comments: 1
Italy’s immigration debate intensifies

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Italy’s immigration debate intensifies

In the northern city of Treviso, Italy, a gunslingling mayor cracks down on illegal immigration, even as accusations of racism linger.

Posted: November 19, 2008 15:02   Comments: 7
Years later, roots of French riots remain

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Years later, roots of French riots remain

Worldfocus travels to the site of the French riots that took place three years ago. Tensions between the Arab and French populations still simmer.

Posted: November 18, 2008 14:02   Comments: 3
Turkish immigrants cement Islam in Germany

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Turkish immigrants cement Islam in Germany

As the immigration debate heats up in Germany, mosques are popping up and Turkish immigrants are rising up through the political system.

Posted: November 17, 2008 19:25   Comments: 18
Africans reveal mixed opinions of the U.S.

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Africans reveal mixed opinions of the U.S.

Worldfocus reports on the U.S.'s image in Kenya and Tanzania -- from Kenya's growing bond to Tanzania's lingering tension.

Posted: October 28, 2008 14:38   Comments: 1
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