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Rights groups criticise EU leaders' response to migration crisis+++South Africans march against xenophobia+++Ghana's mentally challenged children risk being discarded as evil
EU leaders sat down for crisis talks on Thursday on possible military action against human traffickers in Libya, in a desperate bid to halt the tidal wave of refugees trying to reach Europe by sea.
The first African-Asian conference was held in Bandung in 1955. 60 year later, leaders are marking that historic event in Jakarta and students from northern Nigeria are studying in Malaysia.
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