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For the first time in its history, the Central African Republic has a democratically elected president and parliament. After three years of devastating conflict, the nation of 5 million people embarks on a long path to recovery, but the situation remains tense. Camp M’Poko, located at Bangui International Airport, is still home to 30,000 internally displaced people living in precarious conditions.Read More »



A third of the world’s population is under 20 years old. But some countries are younger than others. In around 40 African countries, over 50% the population is under 20. By contrast, in 30 richer countries, less than 20% of the population is under 20.
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