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The Race to Save Lives in Nepal: World Ramps up Efforts to Provide Emergency Aid (part 2)

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The Race to Save Lives in Nepal: World Ramps up Efforts to Provide Emergency Aid (part 1)

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Nepal earthquake on social media

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TALKING EUROPE

Louis Michel: 'Europe is not guilty' of Africa's failings

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TALKING EUROPE

Italy's Europe minister: 'Bold measures' needed to dismantle human trafficking

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Music show: Blur, Martin Gore and Moriarty

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France steps up cyber defence in wake of attacks

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BUSINESS DAILY

End of an era as Volkswagen's Piech resigns

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THE OBSERVERS

Police beat kids in Guinea, and militias dynamite homes in Iraq

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All the news from Africa and the Maghreb, with France 24’s correspondents and our guests on set. From Monday to Friday at 9.45 pm and 10.45 pm Paris time.

EYE ON AFRICA

EYE ON AFRICA

Latest update : 2013-06-28

Obama calls Senegal out over gay rights

First to South Africa where after cancelling a trip to Mozambique, President Jacob Zuma says his ailing predecessor Nelson Mandela is still hospitalised in critical condition, but doing slightly better. Also US President Barack Obama spends his first full day in Senegal at the start of a week-long tour of Africa. And the Libyan defence minister loses his job as violence in the capital escalates.

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2015-04-24 Togo

Togo: Will President Faure Gnassingbe win a third 5-year term?

In Togo, voters head to the polls this weekend. Incumbent President Faure Gnassingbé is the favourite to win a third term, amid complaints from the opposition that the election...

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2015-04-23 South Africa

Thousands march against xenophobia in Johannesburg

Thousands turn out to a Johannesburg rally to condemn the xenophobic unrest that has forced many Africans of other nationalities to flee South Africa. Also, the Nigerian army's...

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2015-04-22 South Africa

Ethiopian rally against IS group killings turns violent

A 100,000 strong march in Addis Ababa, called to protest the killing of dozens of Ethiopian Christians by militants in Libya, turns violent as protesters express their anger at...

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2015-04-21 Malawi

Hundreds of Malawians arrive back in Blantyre after xenophobic attacks in South Africa

Malawians start arriving back home after been chased out of South Africa by a recent spate of xenophobic attacks. This comes as the army is set to be deployed to hotspots. Also,...

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2015-04-20 Somalia

Al Shabaab bomb kills 4 UNICEF workers in Somalia

Several UN workers number are among the dead as Al Shabaab targets a bus used by the organisation's children’s agency. Also, South Africa’s Zulu king insists that his...

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