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Latest update : 2013-07-05

The African Union warns it may suspend Egypt's membership

Egypt's military ousting of President Morsi leads The African Union to warn it may suspend the country's membership for allowing unconstitutional change. Meanwhile Egypt comes up during Francois Hollande's trip to Tunisia. Its the french president's first visit since the Arab spring in 2011. And for more than two years parliamentary polls in Guinea have been repeatedly postponed. But finally the government's settled on an agreement with the opposition.

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2016-09-23 Gabon

Court ruling expected on Gabon's contested election results

In tonight's edition: Gabon awaits court ruling on new president, Nigeria investigates oil fraud, and Senegal works on vaccinations.

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2016-09-22 Nigeria

Nigerian President Buhari seeks help from UN to negotiate release of Chibok girls

In tonight's edition: Buhari asks the UN for help to negotiate the release of the Chibok girls; and unrest in central Mali threatens a world heritage site and finally we meet...

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2016-09-22 South Africa

Police fire rubber bullets at students protesting fee hikes in Johannesburg

In tonight's edition: Police and students clash in South Africa; calm returns to the streets of Kinshasa but political turmoil continues; and people take to the streets of...

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2016-09-20 DR Congo

Five party headquarters torched in Kinshasa in second day of violence

In tonight's edition: Five party headquarters are torched in Kinshasa in a second day of violence; students and police clash in South Africa over university fee hikes; and a...

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2016-09-19 South Africa

DR Congo: At least 17 dead in anti-Kabila protests

In tonight's edition: Deadly clashes in DR Congo, protests over university fee hikes in South Africa, and children learn to code in Madagascar.

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