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Latest update : 2013-11-19

Trial of ex-ANC youth leader Julius Malema postponed

Libya's top security official in Benghazi has survived a car bomb attack, while troops have been deployed in Tripoli, following violence which claimed dozens of lives over the weekend. Meanwhile, a South African court has postponed the graft trial of ANC defector Julius Malema, a move which could see him challenge his former allies at elections in 2014. Finally, Francis Collomp, the French engineer who escaped his captors in Nigeria, has arrived home in France.

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2017-06-23 Uganda

Donors pledge millions at Uganda refugee summit

In tonight's edition, we take a look at a UN resolution for an investigation into atrocities committed in DR Congo's Kasai region. Also at the Uganda refugee summit, donors...

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2017-06-22 Nigeria

Top South African court okays secret ballots in Zuma no-confidence vote

In tonight's edition: South Africa's highest court rules that the parliamentary speaker can allow a secret ballot for another no-confidence vote in Zuma; Nigerian refugees in...

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2017-06-20 DR Congo

UN says government-backed militia killed hundreds in DR Congo's Kasai region

In tonight's edition: The UN says government-backed militia killed hundreds of people in the Kasai region of DR Congo; frustration mounts in Nigeria over the state of the...

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2017-06-19 violence against women

Five people killed in attack on resort outside Bamako

In tonight's edition: five people are killed in an attack on a resort outside Bamako; Ivorian officials hail their demobilization programme at the UN; and we speak to Céline...

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2017-06-16 Lesotho

Lesotho's prime minister inaugurated, two days after wife's murder

Lesotho's new prime minister is inaugurated, two days after his estranged wife was gunned down. It was unclear initially whether the inauguration would go ahead following the...

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