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Watch Nardwuar Freak Sheck Wes Out

The master interviewer popped in on the 'Mudboy' rapper during the ASTROWORLD tour.
Kristin Corry

Café Touba Is the Senegalese Spiced Coffee Drink That's Better Than Any Seasonal Latte

"Each man finds his way of how he wants to enjoy it, and I love that.”
Rahel Aima
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Laylah Amatullah Barrayn Celebrates Women Photographers of the African Diaspora

The photojournalist uplifts underrepresented voices in her photography and curation.
Elyssa Goodman
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Polite Soccer Fans Clean Up Trash After World Cup Matches

Fans from Japan, Senegal, and Colombia helped clean up the mess after their respective matches.
Liam Daniel Pierce
Expert Witness with Robert Christgau

Robert Christgau on a Senegalese Icon's Undiminished Greatness

The Dean of American Rock Critics reviews two albums from Youssou N'Dour and one each from Tal National, Les Filles de Illighadad, Songhoy Blues, and Amadou & Mariam.
Robert Christgau
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Muslim Leaders in Senegal are Improving Women’s Access to Contraceptives

This religious community is committed to ensuring gender equality for Senegalese women.
Impact Staff

Eight Dead in Senegal Stadium Wall Collapse After Police Fire Tear Gas

The incident took place in Senegal's capital, Dakar, after the League Cup final between Union Sportive Ouakam and Stade de Mbour.
Liam Daniel Pierce
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Goalkeeper Trips Himself to Waste Time and Advance in Africa Cup of Nations

This is a new one.
Sean Newell

ILAM Is Building A Musical Foundation on Hope

"Without water, nothing can survive. Water is vital. Water is hope for a good harvest."
Sharonne Cohen

America's 'war on terror' gains a new ally: tiny Senegal

On May 2, the government of the small African country signed a Defense Cooperation Agreement with the United States, the first such pact in a decade with an African nation.
William M. Arkin

Chad's Former Dictator Hissene Habre Found Guilty of Crimes Against Humanity

The verdict caps a 16-year battle by victims and rights campaigners to bring the former strongman to justice in Senegal, marking the first time that the former head of one African nation has been tried by a court in another country.
VICE News and Reuters

A Senegalese Indie Game Developer Turned a Street Kid into a Hero in This Game

Ousseynou Khadim Bèye wants to raise awareness of child begging in Dakar.
Emiko Jozuka