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For one week a year, the hard-bitten Serbian town of Guca erupts with blaring trumpets, pig roasts, and a splash of nationalism.
War correspondent Daniel Howden on life at Hôtel La Colombe in newly liberated Timbuktu
Makoko, the sprawling waterworld slum of Lagos, is being hacked to pieces by men with machetes. Why one correspondent will mourn its passing.
Daniel Howden meets the world's most optimistic restauranteur, open for business on Jazeera Beach in Somalia
On the eve of Charles Taylor's conviction of war crimes, correspondent Daniel Howden visits Monrovia's most visible icon of decay
Tejo Bar in Lisbon, where there is nothing borrowed about the melancholy
Getting inside the mind of an emerging African dictator is as simple as taking an elevator. Dispatch from Daniel Howden in Dakar.