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In addition to the human toll, the Ebola crisis in West Africa has severe political consequences.
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Young musicians in Mozambique don’t have much opportunity to record and distribute their music. “Wired for
“Africa is finally seizing control of its image” goes the mantra. But which Africa and which image?