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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 : 2013-10-30

Abyei's Dinka hold unofficial nationality referendum

Sudan's Omar al-Bashir pledges to resolve the dispute with the South over the region of Abyei. This as voters there hold a potentially disruptive unofficial nationality referendum. Next, in Democratic Republic of Congo, troops seize a fifth town back from M23 rebel fighters. And with votes still being counted in Madagascar's presidential election, the apparent front runners are both backed by familiar forces from the country's troubled recent political history.

By Georja Calvin-Smith

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2017-03-30 South Africa

President Zuma plans to sack finance minister Pravin Ghordan

In tonight's edition, speculation grows over whether Zuma will sack finance minister Gordhan, President Touadera still has a lot to achieve one year into his mandate and we take...

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2017-03-29 Madagascar

South Africa: Kathrada's funeral highlights divisions within ruling ANC party

In tonight's edition: Ahmed Kathrada's funeral highlights political tensions in South Africa; rights organisations criticise the acquittal of Simone Gbagbo for crimes against...

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2017-03-27 South Sudan

Attacks on aid workers threaten humanitarian operations in South Sudan

In tonight's edition: aid groups say the killings of aid workers may slow down humanitarian operations in South Sudan; Mali's peace conference is boycotted by the opposition and...

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2017-03-24 DR Congo

ICC orders former DR Congo warlord to pay damages to victims

In tonight's edition: In a historic first, the ICC orders ex-Congolese warlord Germain Katanga to pay "symbolic" damages to victims of a 2003 militia attack. Also, it's the...

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2017-03-23 Rwanda

France refuses to return cultural artifacts to Benin

In tonight's edition: the wife of an opposition leader in exile is accused of treason in Kigali; we find out why France is refusing to return artifacts to Benin; and farmers in...

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