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EYE ON AFRICA

EYE ON AFRICA

Latest update : 2014-01-14

Relative calm reigns in the Central African Republic

"The chaos is over". That was the message from the Central African Republic's new interim leader, Alexandre-Ferdinand Nguendet, as he deployed hundreds more soldiers to stop sectarian violence. Also, South Sudan's opposing factions have resumed ceasefire talks in Addis Ababa, while government troops aim to retake the rebel-held town of Bor. And Japan's premier visits Ethiopia on the final stop of an African tour it is hoped will strengthen business ties with the continent.

By Rochelle FERGUSON , Nicolas GERMAIN , Charlotte PRUDHOMME

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2016-05-25 Kenya

Kenyan army says it has killed 21 al Shabaab fighters

In tonight's edition: Kenya's military says it has killed 21 al Shabaab militants; Nigeria's tomato crisis; and an elite mine rescue squad risks it all to save lives.

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2016-05-24 Eritrea

25 years of independence in Eritrea: Thousands continue to flee repressive regime

In tonight's edition: 25 years of independence in Eritrea; DRC and Uganda border killings; and Loïc Dablé spices up UNESCO's kitchen.

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2016-05-23 Jacob Zuma

At least two dead in anti-electoral commission protest in Kenya

In tonight's edition: Two people die in anti-electoral commission protests in Kenya; South African prosecutors appeal a ruling that President Zuma should face graft charges; and...

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2016-05-20 Nigeria

Activists voice doubts second Chibok girl has been rescued

In tonight's edition: Doubts over claims a second Chibok girl is rescued; Africa's first Zika outbreak; and drought in Somaliland.

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2016-05-19 Nigeria

Rescued Chibok girl meets Nigerian president

In tonight's edition: EgyptAir plane crash; the first rescued Chibok girl meets Buhari; and girls code their way to a new future in Nairobi.

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