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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 : 2017-05-26

Tunisia's Tataouine region remains tense after violent protests

In tonight's show: our reporters visit Tataouine in southern Tunisia just days after violent protests in which a young man was killed; in Cameroon, a government report says rail company Camrail is partly responsible for a crash in October 2016 that killed 79 people; and we see how two RFI journalists killed in Mali in 2013 are being honoured by several cultural foundations in Francophone Africa.

Our reporters visit Tataouine in the south of Tunisia, just days after violent protests over high unemployment led to the death of a 20-year-old man in clashes with security forces.

Also, in Cameroon, a government report says rail company Camrail is partly responsible for a crash last October that killed 79 people. Camrail is owned by the French industrial group Bolloré. Our reporters went to meet with the families of some of the victims.

Finally, two RFI journalists killed in Mali in 2013 are being honoured by several cultural foundations in Francophone Africa. Our reporters take a look at one example in Togo.

By James CREEDON

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2018-07-21 Rochelle FERGUSON-BOUYAHI

New high speed railway threatens Kenyan wildlife

In Mali, the UN sounds the alarm against a spike in targeted violence between communities. So far this year, some 300 Malian civilians have lost their lives. Enviromentalists in...

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2018-07-21 Laura DI BIASIO

Senegalese court convicts 13 people in country's first mass terrorism trial

In tonight's edition: A Senegalese court convicts 13 people in the country's first mass trial for terrorism charges. The group was accused of trying to form a homegrown jihadist...

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2018-07-18 Georja CALVIN-SMITH

Tears and champagne as commercial flights resume between Ethiopia and Eritrea

In this edition of Eye on Africa: there's champagne and celebrations on the first commercial flight from Ethiopia to Eritrea in two decades. Also, pregnant teens in Burundi are...

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2018-07-17 Georja CALVIN-SMITH

Mandela commemorations: Barack Obama honours Madiba's legacy

Thousands of people gathered in Johannesburg to celebrate the century since Nelson Mandela's birth. Crowds hung on the words of Barack Obama as he spoke of the late South African...

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2018-07-16 Georja CALVIN-SMITH

Nigeria: Army denies reports of missing soldiers after Boko Haram attacks

Hundreds of Nigerian soldiers are reportedly missing after clashing with Boko Haram militants over the weekend. The military denies local claims that troops have been unaccounted...

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