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EYE ON AFRICA

Latest update : 2013-07-12

Weekend elections in Guinea likely to be called off

Officially, Guinea Conakry is still gearing up for parliamentary elections this weekend, but the poll will in all likelihood be postponed once more. We speak to Sidya Touré, former Guinean Prime Minister and an opposition leader. Also, Dakar's a hive of activity as it prepares for the arrival of Barack Obama. And we speak to our New York correspondent after the UN Security Council greenlights the July 1st deployment of the MINUSMA force to Mali.

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2015-05-05 Burundi

Burundi: Judges back Nkurunziza's bid for third term

Pierre Nkurunziza is set for a re-election bid, despite deadly protests and the fleeing of a top judge who says his conscience couldn't allow him to back the Burundian...

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2015-05-04 Burundi

Top Burundian judge flees country after government pressure

As protests in Burundi over the president’s plans to run for a third term claim more lives, the vice president of the constitutional court, charged with deciding on the legality...

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2015-05-02 Central African Republic

UN denies claims it tried to cover up sex abuse in Central African Republic

The UN denies claims it tried to cover up child sex abuse allegedly carried out by French, Chadian and Equatorial Guinean troops in the Central African Republic. As...

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2015-04-30 Central African Republic

French and African troops accused of child sex abuse

Soldiers from France, Chad and Equatorial Guinea have been accused of child sex abuse after a UN report was leaked earlier this week. Also, a Burundian soldier is accidentally...

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2015-04-29 Central African Republic

French troops accused of child sex abuse

French troops stationed in Central African Republic have been investigated by the UN over child sex abuse allegations. We talk to the journalist who broke the story. Also, the...

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