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Lipumba clings to death penalty for PWA killers.
Staten Island not-for-profit helps African children amputees.
Awareness day seeks to end abuses against persons with albinism.
Teacher tells parents not to send 7-year-old to school: 'she is too white'
Tanzanian politicians were warned to steer clear of witchcraft ahead of elections later this year after the nation's parliament heard lawmakers could be involved in a wave of attacks on PWA.
In Tanzania, people with albinism are hunted like animals, their body parts sold. The solution, writes Emily Urquhart, begins with raising awareness.
The government admitted yesterday that politicians could be behind increased attacks and killings of people with albinism in the country.
Malawi arrests four suspects in connection with murder of PWA.
The Guardian UK reports on the slow progress in combatting violence and discrimination against PWA in Tanzania.