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Latest update : 2013-07-29

Final day of campaigning ahead of Mali's elections

Flaws and all, Mali's elections are going ahead this Sunday. France 24 heads north to Kidal and speaks to a tribal elder from Gao. Kada Data Maiga tells us his community is raring to go, despite the difficulties still faced in Gao after it was wrested back from jihadists earlier this year. Meanwhile, Zimbabwe is just five days away from its own vote. We take a look at how the race has slowed down business for some small traders.

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2014-08-18 South Africa

Ebola: Liberian authorities admit 17 patients are missing

Liberia admits that 17 suspected Ebola patients are "missing" after a health centre in the capital was looted on Saturday. Meanwhile, a rights group accuses Kenya's anti-terror...

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2014-08-14 World War II

Ebola threatens Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers

International concern about the deadly West African outbreak sees the Confederation of African Football postponing qualifying games for the continent's 2015 tournament....

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2014-08-14 Uganda

Ebola virus: Liberia receives experimental drug

Liberia earmarks the last doses of an experimental drug for two doctors suffering from Ebola. This as doctors warn the WHO's decision to greenlight untested treatments is still...

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2014-08-15 Africa

WWII commemorations: France pays special tribute to African troops

French President François Hollande pays a special tribute to African soldiers who fought during World War II, as France commemorates the 70th anniversary of the southern...

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2014-08-12 South Africa

Libya crisis: Head of Tripoli police assassinated

After examining the ethical implications, the World Health Organization approves the use of experimental drugs in the fight against West Arica's ebola epidemic. And as Tripoli's...

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