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EYE ON AFRICA

Latest update : 2013-09-17

Violence rages in the Central African Republic, isolated from the world

We start with an exclusive report on the ongoing violence in the Central African Republic. Our reporters were able to access an isolated area more than 450 kilometers north of the capital. Then, onto European donors who're pledging 1.8 billion euros to Somalia. The money will go to a three-year plan to help get the war-torn country back on its feet. And in Rwanda, 80 parliamentary seats are up for grabs. Paul Kagamé's Rwandan Patriotic Front is expected to come out on top.

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2016-05-04 Papa Wemba

Papa Wemba is buried in Kinshasa

In tonight's edition: Papa Wemba's funeral; paying tribute to Boko Haram's victims; and Nigeria's satellite deal.

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2016-05-03 Africa

Cameroon's president heads to Nigeria

In tonight's edition: Cameroon's president visits Nigeria; tough times for Somalia's journalists; and the grand opening of Dak'Art 2016.

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2016-05-02 Papa Wemba

Remembering Papa Wemba

In tonight's edition: Remembering Papa Wemba; a Nairobi rescue operation; and deradicalizing Boko Haram members.

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2016-04-29 South Africa

South African court rules Jacob Zuma should face corruption charges

In South Africa, President Zuma's legal woes continue to mount up as the high court paves the way for a slew of corruption charges to be re-opened. Also, kill the illegal ivory...

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2016-04-28 Nigeria

Nigeria land conflict: Government condemns attacks, vows crackdown

In tonight's edition: Cattle raiding in Nigeria; a UN arms embargo lifted in Ivory Coast; and Papa Wemba's body arrives in Kinshasa.

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