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They all live together in a mud hut measuring 10 feet by 10 feet.

Educating boys and young men about HIV and AIDS presents one of the biggest challenges in modern day Africa, home to 70 per cent of the people in the world living with HIV.

While Flavio is on vacation in Kenya with his stunning wife, Naomi is in the midst of a charity trip working with children in Africa in a bid to further the work of her close friend and late world leader, Nelson Mandela.

In Kenya’s Rift Valley, known as the breadbasket of Kenya, almost one-third of the population is suffering from acute malnutrition, and an ongoing drought and recent infighting ahead of August’s presidential elections are only worsening an already dire situation. The other is still waiting to get refugee status in the US.

For the past three years, our reporter in London, Leo Hornak, has kept in close touch with two brothers from Somalia, both refugees. But with Trump's immigrant and refugee ban, it's not looking good.