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Nigeria: Clashes in Kano after Lamido Sanusi named Emir

Kano say a second day of street protests Monday as Nigeria's former central bank governor Sanusi Lamido Sanusi was sworn in as the Emir. Known by some as SLS, his supporters clashed with demonstrators calling for his predecessor's eldest son to be given the influential role.

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2017-07-28 Nigeria

Death toll rises in Boko Haram attack in Nigeria, World Hepatitis Day and exploring France's black communities with Christin Bela

On tonight's show, we speak to our Nigeria correspondent as the death toll continues to rise after Tuesday's convoy ambush attack in the north-east of the country. We also speak...

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2017-07-26 Nigeria

Nigerian lawmakers vote to reduce president's powers

In tonight's edition: Nigerian lawmakers vote to reduce the president's powers; diamond mining companies in Namibia have started turning to the oceans in search of the gems; and...

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2017-07-25 Libya

Rival Libyan leaders back ceasefire, elections

In tonight's edition: rival Libyan leaders back a ceasefire and elections after talks in France; President Kenyatta doesn't turn up for an election debate, leaving his opponent...

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2017-07-24 South Africa

South Africa's 'Guptaleaks': New website aims to reveal extent of 'state capture'

In tonight's edition: hopes for an HIV cure are revived after doctors announce that a South African child is in remission; three South African media outlets launch a common...

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2017-07-21 sport

International Francophone Games kick off in Abidjan

In tonight's edition: sport and culture meet in a spirit of solidarity, as the eighth edition of the Francophone Games kicks off in Abidjan, Ivory Coast. Also, in Somalia, more...

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