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EYE ON AFRICA

Latest update : 2013-10-28

Madagascar's presidential elections

An estimated 60% of voters have turned out for Madagascar's presidential elections. Many are counting on the polls being a turning point for the poverty-stricken country. Also, after days of delays Tunisia's Islamist government and the secular opposition start talks aimed at breaking months of political deadlock. Finally; African style for Africans - a new museum opens in South Africa hoping to boost local appreciation of the best of the continent's design talent.

By Georja Calvin-Smith

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2015-08-04 Africa

Compensation for thousands affected by post-election violence in Ivory Coast

Four years on from Ivory Coast's post-election violence, thousands touched by the crisis are set to receive compensation. We bring you a report from out team in Abidjan. US...

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2015-08-03 Africa

Leading human rights activist shot in Burundi's capital

In Burundi, a leading human rights activist is shot and seriously injured in the capital Bujumbura. It comes just a day after the president's senior aide was assassinated in a...

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2015-07-31 Africa

Experimental Ebola vaccine could stop virus in West Africa

"Remarkable" is the word some experts are using to describe an experimental Ebola vaccine, that's led to 100% protection. Doctors say if proved effective, it could be a...

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2015-07-28 Barack Obama

Obama addresses African Union

Obama heads home after his two-stop trip to Africa. The US president delivered some strong words against strongmen who refuse to relinquish power. Also, Libyan judges sentence...

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2015-07-27 South Sudan

South Sudan rebel leader says latest peace deal is 'questionable'

On his first full day in Addis Ababa, Barack Obama pulls Ethiopia up on its human rights record but praises its ally for its role in putting pressure on Somali al Shabaab...

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