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African countries are particularly vulnerable to violent terrorism. How to change this

A woman displaced by fighting waits in line for aid to be distributed at the village of Ntamugenga in eastern Congo, November 24, 2008. Civilians on both sides of the front lines in eastern Congo are being killed, raped and abducted by both Tutsi rebels and government troops despite a lull in fighting, human rights campaigners said on Monday. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO) - RTXAXDO

Poverty and underdevelopment can no longer be ignored if we are ever to combat violent extremism effectively. Image: REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly

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