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Human Security

Security tight after 13 killed in Tunisia bomb blast

High security in Tunisia after bus bombAt least 13 people were killed in Tuesday's apparent suicide bombing of a Tunisian presidential guard bus in central Tunis, prompting the government to declare a state of emergency and tighten security around the capital.

Pope in Africa will seek to bridge Christian-Muslim fault lines

Pope Francis arrives in AfricaPope Francis stepped onto African soil for the first time on Wednesday to address the continent's fast-growing Catholic congregation during a trip that will test his ability to bridge fault lines between Christians and Muslims.

Landmine kills U.N. peacekeeper in Mali

UN peacekeepers in Mali.A U.N. peacekeeper was killed in Mali by a landmine on Tuesday, underlining persistent insecurity in the country four days after Islamist militants attacked a luxury hotel in the capital Bamako.

As water falls short, conflict between herders and farmers sharpens

altIt's a hot, windy afternoon in Kiboya village. Dusty leaves swirl around William Ekidor, his wife Martha and their two sons as they sit under an acacia tree by the Kajunge dam, queuing with their animals for water.

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