A map of northern Africa (``Finding Hope in Africa,'' March 9, pp. 14-15) contained several errors: Tunisia (between Libya and Algeria) was omitted, as was Cameroon (absorbed into the Central African Republic). Cabinda, an enclave of Angola, was incorrectly shown as a separate nation. Our thanks to the alert Michigan State student who struck a blow for geographic literacy.

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