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Children eating foods provided by USAID to reduce and treat malnutrition among children in Ethiopia. The United Nations has warned of famine in the embattled corner of northern Ethiopia, calling it the world’s worst hunger crisis in a decade.  (Photo by USAID Africa Bureau) Photo used under CC BY
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Protester in Tahrir, Egypt carrying a banner of the Egyptian and Tunisian flags in 2011, that reads, “No voice higher than the voice of the people.” Tunisia‘s Jasmine Revolution resonated across the Middle East and North Africa pushing the region’s citizens to put pressure on their governments for greater accountability and increased human rights. Tunisia‘s President Kais Saied has taken recent steps to ignore parts of Tunisia’s constitution and rule by decree threatening the country’s decade-old democracy.  (Photo by Hossam el-Hamalawy) Photo used under CC BY
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