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Guantánamo Detainee Is Sent to Cape Verde in First Transfer Since Trump Victory
The detainee, a Yemeni, had been imprisoned without trial for more than 14 years. His departure reduced the Guantánamo population to 59.
C.D.C. Is Monitoring 279 Pregnant Women With Possible Zika Virus Infections
The agency said on Friday that 122 of the women are from Puerto Rico, where the mosquito-borne virus is most common so far in the United States.
An Atlantic Archipelago’s Main Export: Music
Cape Verde, where “everyone sings,” nurtures its music festivals, which draw talent scouts from around the world.
Making Do With Little on Cape Verde
Working within an economy of scarcity despite an island’s tourism industry.
C.D.C. Issues Travel Alert for 8 More Locations Over Zika Virus
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention added eight destinations to a list of countries that pregnant women should avoid to prevent infection.
Again, No African Leader Wins Annual Good Governance Prize
The Mo Ibrahim award, a prestigious multimillion-dollar prize, has not been awarded in four of the past five years, raising questions about democratic advances.
Cape Verde Disqualified From World Cup Playoffs
The team fielded an ineligible player in a match Saturday, the latest error to embarrass African soccer in the 2014 World Cup qualifying cycle.
2 Bow Out of African Nations Cup
South Africa and the Cape Verde Islands were knocked out of the African Nations Cup by Mali and Ghana in the quarterfinals.
Cesária Évora, Singer From Cape Verde, Dies at 70
Ms. Évora, a singer in the style called morna, brought the music of the tiny Cape Verde islands to a worldwide audience.
Ex-President of Cape Verde Wins Good-Government Prize
Pedro de Verona Rodrigues Pires was praised for improving conditions in his country and for not seeking to extend his tenure beyond constitutional limits.
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