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Award-winning filmmaker seeks to find out what makes a jihadist

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The vicious cycle of student debt in the US

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Venezuela's boiling point: Power outages spark outrage (part 1)

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Venezuela's boiling point: Push to recall President Maduro (part 2)

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French economy grows 0.5% in first quarter

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May in France: A month to 'build bridges' and say 'good luck' with a flower

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EYE ON AFRICA

Latest update : 2014-04-22

S. Sudanese rebels accused of ethnic slaughter in oil town

The United Nations warns that ethnic divisions in South Sudan's crisis are deepening and that hundreds of civilians were slaughtered by rebels as they seized the oil hub of Bentiu last week. Also Nigerian teachers say that the number of girls still missing after suspected islamist extremists launched a mass abduction from a school last week is far higher than authorities have announced.

By Georja CALVIN-SMITH

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2016-04-28 Nigeria

Nigeria land conflict: Government condemns attacks, vows crackdown

In tonight's edition: Cattle raiding in Nigeria; a UN arms embargo lifted in Ivory Coast; and Papa Wemba's body arrives in Kinshasa.

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2016-04-27 South Africa

Defiant Zuma says no 'shortcut' to new South Africa

In tonight's edition: Freedom Day in South Africa; high hopes after Riek Machar's return to South Africa; and Abidjan pays tribute to Papa Wemba.

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2016-04-26 South Sudan

Riek Machar sworn in as Vice President on return to Juba

In tonight's edition: Riek Machar returns to Juba; it's one year since the beginning of the anti-Nkurunziza protests in Burundi; and a play remembers the Namibians sent to school...

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2016-04-25 DR Congo

Remembering the King of Congolese Rumba

In tonight's bulletin: a tribute to Papa Wemba; protests in Kenya; and raising awareness in Nigeria on Malaria Day.

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2016-04-22 Africa

Kenya signs anti-doping bill into law

In tonight’s edition: Kenya signs an anti-doping bill into law, Somalia’s president speaks exclusively to FRANCE 24 about the fight against al Shabaab, and the FEMUA festival...

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