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Latest update : 2014-05-12

Slavery: France prepares to remember victims past and present

This Saturday, French president François Hollande will be taking part in a National Day of Remembrance of the Slave Trade. The commemoration was established in 2006 to mark 150 years since abolition. It's an opportunity not only to remember the past, but to highlight the plight of contemporary victims of human trafficking and exploitation.

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Louis-Georges Tin

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2015-03-25 Nigeria

Nigeria's Agriculture Minister defends Goodluck Jonathan's track record

Our guest Nigerian Minister Akinwumi Adesina defends Goodluck Jonathan's track record in office, four days before Saturday's election. Also, we see how Zimbabwe's currency...

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2015-03-24 Boko Haram

More than 400 women and children kidnapped in northern Nigeria, residents say

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2015-03-23 Ebola

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2015-03-21 Nigeria

President Essebsi calls for unity in the face of terrorism

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2015-03-20 Rwanda

IS group claims responsibility for Tunisia museum attack

The Islamic State group claims responsibility for Wednesday's attack in Tunis that killed more than 20 people, this as Tunisian authorities say they've identified the two gunmen...

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