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THE DEBATE

Davos Debate: Getting a fair share from multinationals

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THE DEBATE

Davos Debate: Getting a fair share from multinationals (part 2)

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EYE ON AFRICA

Adama Barrow sworn in as President, Ecowas forces enter Gambia

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BUSINESS DAILY

DAVOS 2017: Trump 'could hit the ball out of the park'

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BUSINESS DAILY

DAVOS 2017: May's Brexit plan 'not realistic'

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THE DEBATE

Showdown in Gambia: Foreign troops at border as Jammeh refuses to go (part 1)

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THE DEBATE

Showdown in Gambia: Senegalese troops enter as Jammeh refuses to go (part 2)

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PEOPLE & PROFIT

Davos 2017: Global leaders try to understand populist surge

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BUSINESS DAILY

DAVOS 2017: What next for the global healthcare industry?

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ACROSS AFRICA

A week of political and social events across the African continent: exclusive reports and analysis. Every Saturday at 6.45 am Paris time.

Latest update : 2016-12-09

New HIV vaccine trial begins in South Africa

In this week's edition: testing begins of a new vaccine against HIV in South Africa, Rwanda launches an investigation into the role French officials may have played in the 1994 genocide; and in Cameroon, authorities are trying to stop people drinking alcohol from plastic bags.

Could it bring an end to the HIV epidemic? Scientists say they have high hopes for a new vaccine, as trials get under way in South Africa.

Also, France and Rwanda are at loggerheads once more, as Kigali launches a formal investigation into French officials suspected of involvement in the 1994 genocide.

And whisky in a sachet: we head to Cameroon, a nation facing a burgeoning drink problem.

By Mary COLOMBEL , Christopher MOORE

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2017-01-06 Mozambique

Mozambique rebel leader extends truce with government

In this week's show: rebel leader Afonso Dhlakama extends a truce with the government in Mozambique; in Tunisia three black students from the DRC are the victims of a racist...

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2016-11-25 Nigeria

Cameroon train crash investigation points to brake system failure

In this week's edition: brake failure is to blame for the train crash in Cameroon, Maiduguri's economic woes continue under Boko Haram's insurgency and Rwandan women take to two...

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