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Desert Empires: Wonders to Behold Click Here to Open in a New Window
Two hundred rare objects at the Metropolitan Museum trace the remarkable history and cultural heritage of kingdoms on the rim of the Sahara.
The Secret Behind Amazon Package Delivery to West Africa Click Here to Open in a New Window
New York’s informal network of couriers with roundabout shipping routes.
Left Behind by Migrant Husbands, Women Break the Rules and Go to Work Click Here to Open in a New Window
Wives are shocking their traditional West African villages by earning money and running large households while their husbands are in Europe seeking jobs.
Migrant Who Rescued Man From Burning Building Earns Praise in Spain Click Here to Open in a New Window
Gorgui Lamine Sow, a street vendor from Senegal, could be granted residency in recognition of his actions.
The African Sculpture One Playwright Looks at Every Day Click Here to Open in a New Window
Lynn Nottage describes her first trip to West Africa, and her search for the perfect keepsake.
Who Needs Canvas? In Dakar, Street Artists Express Their Visions on Sides of Homes Click Here to Open in a New Window
Street artists from around the world are coming to a working-class neighborhood in Senegal’s capital that has been transformed into an open sky museum, where dozens of wall paintings dot houses.
Caballos y automóviles compiten por las calles en Senegal Click Here to Open in a New Window
Las carretas tiradas por caballos, que desde hace mucho tiempo han sido una de las principales formas de desplazarse, enfrentan la amenaza de mototaxis y otros transportes motorizados.
It’s Horses vs. Motors in Senegal. The Steeds Still Win on Many Roads. Click Here to Open in a New Window
Horse-drawn carts are a staple means of transportation in Dakar, the booming capital of Senegal. But this traditional means of getting around is under increasing threat from motorized rickshaws.
Toda la audacia de ‘Sexo en la ciudad’, pero en Senegal Click Here to Open in a New Window
Una serie creada y protagonizada por mujeres ha revolucionado la televisión en el país africano; ahora, con problemas de financiamiento y la desaprobación de los reguladores, enfrenta el reto de permanecer en pantalla.
Bold Women. Scandalized Viewers. It’s ‘Sex and the City,’ Senegal Style. Click Here to Open in a New Window
A hit TV show that unapologetically portrays female sexuality has thrilled many Senegalese. Except those who want it taken off the air.





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