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What in the World? 10 Questions on Global Quirks Click Here to Open in a New Window
If you’ve been a “What in the World” reader, we hope we’ve surprised you, made you smile and maybe even taught you something about another culture. To celebrate the posting of our 100th article, we offer this quiz, where you can test your new knowledge of quirky facts from around the globe.
The Wave Riders of Dakar Click Here to Open in a New Window
Swells from North and South bring the surf to the edge of Western Africa.
France’s Burkini Debate Reverberates Around the World Click Here to Open in a New Window
In other countries, the body-covering swimwear has been embraced as a symbol of modesty, liberation and even diversity.
On Sundays in Senegal, Surf’s Up for the Sheep Click Here to Open in a New Window
Washing livestock in the Atlantic is a weekly tradition, even on the crowded beaches near the capital, Dakar, that the human swimmers favor.
What’s That on Your Bumper? A Hairy Kind of Car Insurance Click Here to Open in a New Window
Ponytails are attached to taxis for strength and good fortune in West Africa. Religious icons are also popular blessings for safe travel.
The Poisoning of Children Around the World Click Here to Open in a New Window
The problem of lead poisoning extends far beyond Flint.
Rediscovering Joy After War, a Photographer Returns to Africa Click Here to Open in a New Window
Burned out after decades covering death and mayhem, a photographer rediscovered the joy of his craft while covering a fashion show in Senegal, where his career began.
Desperation Rising at Home, Africans Increasingly Turn to Risky Seas Click Here to Open in a New Window
More than 1,300 migrants have died trying to cross the Mediterranean in boats from North Africa in the last few weeks alone.
How Zika Became a Global Threat Click Here to Open in a New Window
A leading expert traces the history of Zika and explains how the United States should fight the virus.
Baseball Lessons in an Unlikely Outpost Click Here to Open in a New Window
A long line of Japanese baseball missionaries have spread the sport in Africa, teaching on sandy fields of Senegal and creating leagues in Burkina Faso.





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