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Girls snatched for prostitution. Boys sold to farms and factories as slave labour. Anu Anand in Delhi on India's abducted children
A revolutionary plan for the future of Africa. Gabriel Gatehouse in Kenya meets a man with a scheme aimed at moving economies towards financial independence and away from reliance on aid
Angus Foster takes the slow train to Wuhan -- plenty of time for him to reflect on how much China's economic transformation has benefited the railways
Chloe Arnold bids farewell to Algeria and looks back at her time in a country full of contradictions, mired in a violent history but a place desperate to leave the past behind.
And Laura Trevelyan in New York moves from reporting the news to anchoring it -- and learns that that involves a full scale American style makeover.
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