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South Sudan’s Peace Deal May Not Be Worth the Paper It’s Written On

South Sudanese President Salva Kiir signed a much anticipated peace agreement Wednesday. But with 12 pages of reservations, is the agreement much of a step forward at all?

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The U.N.’s Investigation Wars

An FP investigation shows how a bitter internal fight is making it harder for the U.N. to police its own crimes, from corruption to sexual abuse.

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How to Destroy a War Economy

To end the conflicts plaguing Africa, the United States needs to follow the money being made off of them — and stop it.

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Ugandan Men Can No Longer Get Their Livestock Back After a Divorce

Uganda's top court outlaws refunds for the so-called "bride price."

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Somalia’s Incredible Shrinking Election

The promise of “one man, one vote” has been broken. But will more than 135 people get to vote in the next presidential contest?

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So an American Dentist Shot Cecil the Lion. Now What?

An American dentist shot a lion in Zimbabwe. Could he really be extradited to Zimbabwe?

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