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EU: Is agriculture getting greener? (part 2)

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EU: Is agriculture getting greener? (part 1)

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EYE ON AFRICA

EYE ON AFRICA

Latest update : 2014-03-10

Congolese warlord convicted by ICC

The ICC finds Congolese warlord Germain Katanga guilty of involvement in a brutal attack on a village, but the decision to acquit him of using child soldiers doesn't sit well with some. Also, tit-for-tat diplomatic expulsions between Rwanda and South Africa highlight the deepening rift between the countries over allegations that Kigali has sent hit squads abroad after exiled dissidents.

By Georja CALVIN-SMITH

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2016-02-11 South Africa

Opposition disrupts Zuma's State of the Union speech

Protesters take to the streets as South African president Jacob Zuma is heckled by opposition lawmakers during his State of the Union speech.

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2016-02-10 Rwanda

US accuses Kigali of 'destabilizing activities' in Burundi

In today's rundown: The US accuses Kigali of destabilizing activities in Burundi, prosecutors seek 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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