Africa

By 2100, a third of people on Earth will be African

While African mortality is the highest in the world, it has decreased in recent decades. Image: REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye

Gilles Pison

Professor at the French Museum of Natural History, Associate researcher at INED, Sorbonne Universités

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