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EYE ON AFRICA

EYE ON AFRICA

Latest update : 2013-12-27

Mediators try to broker a peace deal in South Sudan

In South Sudan, African mediators attempting to broker a peace deal have held talks with President Salva Kiir. This comes as clashes continue in the oil producing north, threatening the nation's economic lifeline. The International Red Cross says some 40 bodies have been recovered in the Central African Republic's capital Bangui, where tensions remain high. And Egypt's military-backed government has turned up the pressure on the Muslim Brotherhood, arresting dozens of the group's supporters.

By Rochelle FERGUSON , Charlotte PRUDHOMME , Alexander TURNBULL

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2016-02-10 Rwanda

US accusing Kigali of destabilising activities in Burundi

In today's rundown: US accusing Kigali of destabilising activities in Burundi Prosecution recommends life in prison for Hissène Habré And we speak to Congolese people expelled...

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2016-02-09 Jacob Zuma

Nkandla scandal: Top court still to rule on Zuma's home upgrade

In tonight's rundown: South Africa's court hears a case against Jacob Zuma, displaced people in Nigeria are reluctant to go home, and we speak to Zambia's president.

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2016-02-08 Mali

Defense lawyers say Hissene Habre had 'power of life and death' over his people

In tonight's rundown: Hissene Habre is back in court, Australian hostage Jocelyn Elliott returns to Burkina Faso and Rokia Traore tells us about her new album.

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2016-02-05 Africa

Jihadists attack U.N. base in Mali

In this edition: A U.N. camp in Mali is the target of a suspected jihadist attack. The Confederation of African Football publicly backs Sheikh Salman for FIFA's presidency. And...

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2016-02-04 Central African Republic

UN mission in Central African Republic hit by fresh round of sex abuse allegations

In tonight's show we’ll take a look at the new sex abuse allegations that have hit the UN’s MINUSCA mission in Central African Republic. Also, Julius Malema, the leader of South...

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