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Nigeria: Nollywood film festival in Paris

Nigeria's film industry is booming. Known as Nollywood,it provides about 1 million jobs and is the country's 2nd biggest employer after agriculture. Our Nicolas Germain went to a film festival here in Paris that celebrates the stars of Nigeria's silver screen. Also at the event today was actress Rita Dominic who tells us a bit about the changes she's seen over her 15 years in the business.

By Georja CALVIN-SMITH

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2016-09-29 Ivory Coast

Amnesty accuses Sudan of chemical attacks on civilians

In tonight's edition; Amnesty accuses Sudan of chemical attacks on civilians; Police in Kenya under scrutiny; And, and wax cloth makers in Ivory Coast try to compete with Asian...

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2016-09-28 animals

Nations vote to end all trade of endangered pangolins

On tonight's show, Ivory Coast’s new draft constitution is approved; 7 years after, families of victims of the stadium massacre in Guinea are still waiting for justice and...

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2016-09-27 ICC

Malian jihadist jailed for nine years for destroying ancient Timbuktu shrines

In tonight's edition: a Malian jihadist is sentenced to nine years in prison; nations reject a proposal to extend legal ivory sales; and DR Congo fights a spreading cholera...

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2016-09-26 Nigeria

Abubakar Shekau says he is still leading Boko Haram

In tonight's edition: Abubakar Shekau says he is still leading Boko Haram; focus on Nigeria's recession; and Timbuktu residents say they are ready to forgive jihadists who...

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2016-09-23 Gabon

Court ruling expected on Gabon's contested election results

In tonight's edition: Gabon awaits a court ruling on last month’s contested presidential election results, Nigeria investigates oil fraud and Senegal works on vaccinations.

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