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Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin: ‘Ukraine is existential for the European project’

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Latest update : 2013-08-07

US senators cry 'coup'

It's a first for US political heavyweights: two top US senators call Egypt's ousting of President Mohammed Morsi a coup. Also Morocco keeps pressing Spain to extradite an accidentally pardoned paedophile. And Tunisia's Constituent Assembly suspends its work on drafting a new constitution as the country's political crisis drags on.

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2016-05-27 Uganda

Uganda terror trial: Five jailed for life for 2010 al Shabaab World Cup bombings

In tonight’s edition: Uganda hands down five life sentences to the perpetrators of the twin bombings that rocked Kampala in 2010, killing 76 people. Two accomplices got 50-year...

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2016-05-26 DR Congo

Opposition protests in DR Congo: At least one person killed in Goma clashes

In tonight's edition: Protests in Kinshasa and Goma; Uganda verdict in 2010 terrorist attack; and the Niger Delta Avengers ramp up their attacks.

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2016-05-25 Kenya

Kenyan army says it has killed 21 al Shabaab fighters

In tonight's edition: Kenya's military says it has killed 21 al Shabaab militants; Nigeria's tomato crisis; and an elite mine rescue squad risks it all to save lives.

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2016-05-24 Eritrea

25 years of independence in Eritrea: Thousands continue to flee repressive regime

In tonight's edition: 25 years of independence in Eritrea; DRC and Uganda border killings; and Loïc Dablé spices up UNESCO's kitchen.

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2016-05-23 Jacob Zuma

At least two dead in anti-electoral commission protest in Kenya

In tonight's edition: Two people die in anti-electoral commission protests in Kenya; South African prosecutors appeal a ruling that President Zuma should face graft charges; and...

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