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Crossing a red line: French mayor slammed for profiling Muslim students

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Down to the wire: UK election poll shows main parties neck and neck

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Film show: 'A Thousand Times Goodnight', 'My Old Lady' and 'Titli'

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UK election: Health system a key issue in Wales

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Le Pen vs Le Pen: France's far-right family feud turns epic

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Saudi Arabia: Behind the royal family reshuffle

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Oil industry cuts an election issue in Scotland

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Iran bans 'homosexual' and 'devil-worshipping' hairstyles

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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.

EYE ON AFRICA

EYE ON AFRICA

Latest update : 2014-08-05

Uganda's constitutional court overturns homophobic law

Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea seal off the shared border at the epicentre of the Ebola outbreak that has killed more than 700 people, this after an emergency meeting in Conakry. Also, Uganda's anti-gay bill is ruled unconstitutional to the joy of activists, but they warn the fight is not over as same-sex relationships remain illegal. And we see how local fisherman in Madagascar are trying to lessen their impact on their environment by having smaller families.

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2015-05-05 Burundi

Burundi: Judges back Nkurunziza's bid for third term

Pierre Nkurunziza is set for a re-election bid, despite deadly protests and the fleeing of a top judge who says his conscience couldn't allow him to back the Burundian...

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2015-05-04 Burundi

Top Burundian judge flees country after government pressure

As protests in Burundi over the president’s plans to run for a third term claim more lives, the vice president of the constitutional court, charged with deciding on the legality...

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2015-05-02 Central African Republic

UN denies claims it tried to cover up sex abuse in Central African Republic

The UN denies claims it tried to cover up child sex abuse allegedly carried out by French, Chadian and Equatorial Guinean troops in the Central African Republic. As...

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2015-04-30 Central African Republic

French and African troops accused of child sex abuse

Soldiers from France, Chad and Equatorial Guinea have been accused of child sex abuse after a UN report was leaked earlier this week. Also, a Burundian soldier is accidentally...

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2015-04-29 Central African Republic

French troops accused of child sex abuse

French troops stationed in Central African Republic have been investigated by the UN over child sex abuse allegations. We talk to the journalist who broke the story. Also, the...

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