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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 : 2013-10-23

Tensions rise in Mozambique

Supporters of Renamo, an ex-rebel opposition group in Mozambique, carry out a revenge attack on a police station. It's the latest incident in days of tit-for-tat violence. Meanwhile, a top Moroccan news editor appears in court after being charged last month with aiding terrorism. The case has incensed press freedom activists. And we hear from two new members of Germany's lower house who want to push diplomatic relations with Africa further up the political agenda.

By Georja Calvin-Smith

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2017-02-27 Nigeria

Displaced people in Cameroon not getting enough aid

In tonight's bulletin: Looting continues in Johannesburg after a wave of xenophobic attacks across South Africa, and in Cameroon, displaced people are not receiving enough aid...

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2017-02-24 South Africa

Anti-immigrant protests erupt in South African capital

In tonight edition, anti-immigrant violence flares in the South African capital. Police fire tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse rival protests between locals and foreigners....

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2017-02-22 Somalia

Somalia's president asks Al Shabaab to lay down their weapons

In tonight's edition: the new Somali president asks Al Shabaab to lay down their weapons, judges rule South Africa's planned exit of the ICC unconstitutional and displaced people...

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2017-02-21 Ivory Coast

Novotel attack trial gets under way in Ivory Coast

In tonight's edition: ten men go on trial in Ivory Coast accused of kidnapping and killing four people in Ivory Coast in 2011, Ghana's new leader says it's going to be tough to...

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2017-02-20 South Sudan

Famine in South Sudan: More than 100,000 people face starvation

In tonight's edition: the South Sudanese government declares a famine in Unity State, a possible change to the Zambian football constitution sparks a debate on homosexuality and...

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