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Joao Lourenco sworn in as Angola's first new president in 38 years

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Which Europe will it be? Macron's strong push for multi-speed E.U.

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Shootouts between Mexican drug cartels and police; and what women use for their periods in India

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Rwanda banking on new technology to boost economy

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'No regrets' on FARC peace deal, says Colombia's Santos

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Colombia: How culture is helping to change a nation

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Chad added to US travel ban list

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Alstom, Siemens boards consider train builder merger

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EYE ON AFRICA

All the news from Africa and the Maghreb, with France 24’s correspondents and our guests on set. From Monday to Friday at 9.45 pm and 10.45 pm Paris time.

Latest update : 2014-06-06

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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2017-09-26 Angola

Joao Lourenco sworn in as Angola's first new president in 38 years

Tonight on Eye on Africa we take a look at Joao Lourenco, Angola’s new president was sworn in this Tuesday after almost four decades of rule under Jose Eduardo dos Santos. In...

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2017-09-25 Chad

Chad added to US travel ban list

In tonight's edition: N’Djamena expresses bewilderment over being included in a new open-ended US travel ban; a political standoff over presidential term limits continues in...

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2017-09-21 Uhuru Kenyatta

Presidential election re-run pushed back to October 26th

In tonight's edition, Kenya's presidential election rerun is pushed back to October 26th, unrest continues in Togo and Cameroon's government sends envoys into schools to target...

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2017-09-20 Togo

Kenya's supreme court blames electoral board for botched election

In tonight's edition, Kenya's Supreme Court blames the electoral board for the botched election, more protests take place in Togo in the week when a referendum on constitutional...

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2017-09-19 Kenya

Kenyan chief justice says judges are receiving 'aggressive' threats

In tonight's edition: Kenya's chief justice says judges are receiving "aggressive" threats; Rwandan activist Diane Rwigara describes her jailing; and migrants return to Libya's...

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