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One child in every thousand across the world is born with Down Syndrome - which means millions are affected. And many still struggle to integrate fully in society. But things are improving - thanks to initiatives like this café in the Iranian capital Tehran. It's not only a great place for a cup of coffee - but it also offers people living with Down Syndrome or Autism the basic right of working.
Mali's government has been struggling to stabilise the country since a coup in 2012 saw the northern part of the country fall to jihadists linked to al Qaeda and allied Tuareg rebels. Despite significant international efforts, the violence is not letting up.
The aftermath of one of southeast Africa's deadliest storms. People are still being pulled out of water from flooded areas in the countries battered by Cyclone Idai. And the beacon of stability that is now plagued with civil war and Islamist terrorism. DW News Africa takes you to the northern city of Timbuktu which has born the brunt of the assaults.
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