WEST AFRICA: Girls getting educated but also abused

by IRIN News

Child rights advocates say many West African girls suffer from sexual violence at schools. Photo: © IRIN

Senegal’s leading private radio was closed down for most of the day on Monday under special instructions from the Interior Ministry after the station interviewed one of the leaders of a two-decade separatist rebellion in the southern Casamance region of the country.

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