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  • Students attend classes inside earthquake-damaged school buildings on 10 August 2015 in Sipa Pokhari.
  • Students play volleyball during a break in classes near the temporary learning center set up on the grounds of their school on 10 August 2015 in Bhotsipa.
  • Students attend classes inside earthquake-damaged school buildings on 10 August 2015 in Sipa Pokhari.
  • Schoolchildren sign the national athem on 10 August 2015 in Sipa Pokhari on the grounds of their destroyed school.
  • A village destroyed by the earthquake can be seen in the distance on 10 August 2015 in Sindhupalchowk district.
  • Schoolchildren look at the sky as a relief helicopted flies by on 11 August 2015 in Kiul. The school completely collapsed during the earthquake and students now attend classes under a metal roof with no walls and only white boards separating each class
  • Soldiers from the Burundian armed forces sit next to a makeshift polling station in the Musaga neighbourhood of Bujumbura, Burundi, on June 28, 2015.Burundians are set to vote in legislative elections tomorrow, which opposition parties have called to boyc
  • Screen grab of senior LRA leader Dominic Ongwen, who is soon to be transferred to the International Criminal Tribunal in the Hague.
  • The mosque with the blue minaret (left) in Jos's dense Congo Russia neighbourhood is now the landmark for the explosion of religious tensions in 2001, Nigeria, 4 April 2007. The trigger for the flare-up was a wrangle between Christians and Muslims after a
  • Aftermath: 75 people died in Boko Haram’s bombing of the Nyanya bus park in Abuja, April 2014
  • Man on a mission: Ferdinand Ikwang, head of the de-radicalization programme
  • … The “believer”
  • The “Commander” …
  • Refugees wait outside Moria, a former detention centre, to be fingerprinted and registered
  • A radio Dandal Kura listener in Maiduguri
    A radio Dandal Kura listener in Maiduguri
  • [Tajikistan] Drought,dry place with no food and water and a woman with an empty sack.
    Deteriorated public services since independence have had an impact on the nation's health

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