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Muslims join Christians for Christmas in Senegal

By Emmanuelle Landais

Senegal is a secular state, the vast majorirty of whose citizens follow the Muslim faith. Muslims and Christians live side by side, with no neighbourhoods defined by religion. Each faith invites the other to take part in religious celebrations and Christmas is no different.

Humanitarian issues in eastern Chad Pt5: Migration takes its toll on Darfuri refugees

Humanitarian issues in eastern Chad Pt4: Darfuri refugees hope to resettle in France

Humanitarian issues in eastern Chad Pt2: Chadians in Darfur finally return home

Humanitarian issues in eastern Chad Pt1: The challenges of living in Djabal refugee camp

Remembering those who died under Nazi Germany through memorial cobblestones

Infanticide in Senegal persists despite efforts to tackle the causes Pt.2

Infanticide in Senegal persists despite efforts to tackle the causes Pt.1

French Metis Festival gives South African jazz singer Thandiswa Mazwai a platform, Pt. 2

French Metis Festival gives South African jazz singer Thandiswa Mazwai a platform, Pt. 1

Ramadan, both a holy and expensive month in Senegal's capital

Bananas help create Cameroon's first biodegradable sanitary napkins