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28 Of The Most Powerful Photos Of This Week

From the violent crackdown against protesters in Nigeria to the ongoing election in the United States, here are some of the most powerful photos of this week.

Inside The Country Where You Can Buy A Black Man For $400

Slavery is thriving in Libya, where thousands of black Africans hoping to get to Europe instead find themselves bought and sold, forced to work for nothing, and facing torture at the hands of their owners.

Writers Of Color Are Making Their Own Canon

As a young African writer who came to the US for college, Akwaeke Emezi worried that she wouldn’t get published with her abstract style. She found the nerve to write the book she wanted anyway.

Yvonne Orji Is #HereToStay

“I know the opportunities I've been afforded as an immigrant," the breakout star of Insecure told BuzzFeed News. "I think these DREAMers can benefit from those same opportunities.”

Here's Why So Many People Keep Falling For This Russian Scam

One of Russia's most famous conmen ran a pyramid scheme that earned him billions of dollars before he was jailed for fraud. Now he lives in hiding, but that hasn't stopped him targeting Nigeria.

The Dream Of North Korea Is Alive In West Africa

North Korea's brand of communism was once welcomed with open arms across revolutionary Africa. These days, the cause is still carried on by a few thousand fervent believers.

Comment vivre lorsque sa fille a été kidnappée par Boko Haram

Lorsque Boko Haram a kidnappé 276 écolières au Nigeria, leurs familles ont appelé le monde entier à se mobiliser pour le retour de leurs filles. Deux ans après, ces parents désemparés vivent dans l’espoir de les revoir un jour, mais aussi dans la crainte de retrouver des enfants passés par le lavage de cerveau de la secte islamiste. Un reportage de Monica Mark, à Abuja.

This Is What Life Is Like When Your Daughter Is Kidnapped By Boko Haram

When Boko Haram snatched 276 schoolgirls from a school in Nigeria, their families led a global campaign to bring them back. Two years on, distraught relatives live in hope they will return, but also fear that they may have lost their daughters to the group's brainwashing. Monica Mark reports from Abuja for BuzzFeed News.

The Most Explosive Stories You Can't Miss This Week

This week for BuzzFeed, Laura Snapes discovers how Tegan and Sara became the future of pop. Read that and these other great stories from BuzzFeed and around the web.

Learning To Mourn In My Father's Country

After my brother died and my father was partially paralyzed, my family traveled 7,000 miles in search of an old home, a new house, and the things we’d lost on the road in between.

Desserts Around The World

OMG I Found All Of These Desserts From All Around The Globe! Which One Will You Try First?

La vie sous Boko Haram

Comment le groupe terroriste nigérian, dont le moral s’effrite à mesure que la famine gagne ses rangs, tente de lever une armée de captifs devenus kamikazes.

Life As A Captive With Boko Haram

A look inside the Nigerian terror group finds crumbling morale, with its own fighters struggling to feed themselves — while trying to raise an army of recruits to be unleashed as bombers. Monica Mark reports from Yola for BuzzFeed News.

Bomb Attacks In Nigeria Kill At Least 44

The two explosions took place inside a crowded mosque and a high-end Muslim restaurant in the country's central city of Jos.

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