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Latest update : 2013-10-22

Remembering Jean Hélène

Friends, colleagues and the Ivorian government honour the memory of French journalist Jean Hélène, who was assassinated in Abidjan a decade ago. Also, it's an election week in Madagascar and in a country where 9 out of 10 people live below the poverty line, the vast resources available to some candidates are under scrutiny. Finally, we bring you a rare look at footage filmed by French troops in Mali earlier this year to help overcome the country's jihadist invasion.

By Georja Calvin-Smith

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2017-09-19 Kenya

Kenyan chief justice says judges are receiving 'aggressive' threats

In tonight's edition: Kenya's chief justice says judges are receiving "aggressive" threats; Rwandan activist Diane Rwigara describes her jailing; and migrants return to Libya's...

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2017-09-18 DR Congo

DR Congo: New report says army worked with militias to massacre hundreds in Beni

In tonight's edition: a new report says the Congolese army worked with militia groups to massacre hundreds of villagers in Beni; Kinshasa opens an inquiry into the killing of...

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2017-09-15 Nigeria

Senegalese demonstrators march against persecution of Rohingyas in Burma

In tonight’s edition: Chanting "stop the massacre", Senegalese demonstrators gather in Dakar in solidarity with the Muslim Rohingya community suffering persecution in Burma....

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2017-09-14 Tunisia

Zuma's lawyers say 2009 decision to drop charges against him was irrational

In tonight's edition: President Jacob Zuma's lawyers say a 2009 decision to drop charges against him was irrational; Tunisia scraps a decades-old ban on Muslim women marrying...

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2017-09-12 Kenya

Kenyan opposition boycotts opening of parliament

In tonight's bulletin: Kenya's opposition boycotts the opening session of parliament; South Africa's Jacob Zuma suffers a setback after a court ruled that the election of a...

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