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Six of the world's most neglected crises are in Africa

Although recent conflicts in other areas of the world have been more bloody, conflicts in Africa are often the most neglected on the international stage. Image: REUTERS/Baz Ratner

Nita Bhalla

Journalist, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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