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Jihadists attack U.N. base in Mali

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Latest update : 2013-06-24

Togo opposition fields candidates for controversial polls

Togo's opposition had long threatened to boycott the July 21st polls, but just minutes before the midnight cut-off line the main opposition parties backtracked and decided to field candidates. Also, Libya welcomes a new US ambassador.

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2016-02-05 Africa

Jihadists attack U.N. base in Mali

In this edition: A U.N. camp in Mali is the target of a suspected jihadist attack. The Confederation of African Football publicly backs Sheikh Salman for FIFA's presidency. And...

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2016-02-04 Central African Republic

UN mission in Central African Republic hit by fresh round of sex abuse allegations

In tonight's show we’ll take a look at the new sex abuse allegations that have hit the UN’s MINUSCA mission in Central African Republic. Also, Julius Malema, the leader of South...

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2016-02-03 South Africa

Zuma to foot part of Nkandla bill

South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma has agreed to pay back some of the cash he spent from state coffers to upgrade his private home in Nkandla. Also, locals have begun restoring...

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2016-02-03 Ivory Coast

"No blood on my hands" former Ivorian youth leader tells ICC

In today's rundown: Ble Goude's day in court Soldiers imprisoned in Nigeria And a cycling revolution in Cairo.

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2016-02-02 Ivory Coast

Gbagbo's defense team paints him as a peace loving victim of French colonial meddling

In tonights rundown: Gbagbo back in court AU decides against forcing peacekeeping troops upon Burundi And, hunters in NIgeria help track down Boko Haram.

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