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EYE ON AFRICA

EYE ON AFRICA

Latest update : 2013-12-02

Mali rebels declare end to ceasefire

The Tuareg separatist group MNLA announces it is ending a ceasefire with the Malian government. Also, rights activists warn that Boko Haram jihadists in Nigeria are targeting women and children. They're also calling for more transparency from the security forces in their anti-terrorism operations. And confirmation of the date of Ivory Coast's next presidential election comes as a new visa system is rolled out, aimed at making things easier for foreigners visiting the country.

By Georja CALVIN-SMITH

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2016-06-27 Jacob Zuma

South African President Zuma advised to pay $510,000 for home upgrades

In tonight's edition: Jacob Zuma's corruption case, Madagascar's independence day attack, and Michelle Obama in Africa.

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2016-06-24 Brexit

Seven African countries' economies at risk over Brexit

In tonight's show: We take a look at how business and financial aid in Africa could be affected by the UK's decision to leave the EU. Also, Karim Wade, the son of the former...

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2016-06-23 Nigeria

MSF: Scores of refugees fleeing Boko Haram in Nigeria starve to death

In tonight's edition: Doctors Without Borders warn of a humanitarian crisis in the northeastern Nigerian town of Bama. It's been a year since it was taken back from Boko Haram,...

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2016-06-22 South Africa

Two shot dead in South Africa's capital Pretoria as looters ransack shops

In tonight's edition: Two people are killed amidst rioting and looting in Pretoria. Foreign-owned shops are reportedly targeted during the unrest over the ANC's choice of mayoral...

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2016-06-21 ICC

ICC sentences DR Congo's Bemba to 18 years in jail for war crimes

In tonight's edition: Former Congolese Vice President Jean-Pierre Bemba is handed an 18-year sentence for the brutal abuses of his militia in Central African Republic. It is the...

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