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Mass graves in Central Kasaï bear witness to growing violence in DR Congo

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'Terror in Westminster'

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EYE ON AFRICA

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.

Latest update : 2013-10-18

More warnings about Central African Republic

The son of Senegal's former president faces more corruption charges in an investigation into his billion euro fortune. These charges earn Karim Wade another 6 months in custody. Also there are more warnings about the latest wave of violence in Central African Republic. Médecins Sans Frontières fears that civilians fleeing violence are heading into a health crisis. And on World Food Day campaigners across Africa say national health, economic and other, depends on people getting enough to eat.

By Georja Calvin-Smith

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2017-03-22 Marine Le Pen

French far right leader Marine Le Pen meets with French troops in Chad

In tonight's edition, Marine Le Pen is in Chad, ICC gives Jean Pierre Bemba an extra year in prison and football star Samuel Eto'o visits Cameroon.

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2017-03-21 DR Congo

DR Congo: Rare footage of killings in central Kasaï province sparks alarm

In tonight's edition: we bring you rare footage of a rebel group in DR Congo who say some of their members were killed by soldiers; in Somalia, famine continues to threaten...

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2016-12-23 DR Congo

Mali: Mission to stamp out insurgents comes to an end

In tonight's edition: President Joseph Kabila and the opposition in the Democratic Republic of Congo hold talks in a last ditch bid to find a solution to the country's political...

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2017-03-17 South Sudan

South Sudan: United Nations blames government for famine

In this edition: a confidential UN report points the finger at South Sudan's government for famine in parts of the country; King Mohammed VI names a new prime minister in...

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2017-03-16 football

Madagascar's Ahmad Ahmad elected new CAF president

In tonight's edition: the Confederation of African football has a new president; and the all-women singing group African Amazons release a new album.

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