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Latest update : 2017-09-26

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 Togo; and NGOs in Tanzania are trying to encourage communities to think twice before ostracizing unmarried mothers.

N’Djamena expresses bewilderment over being included in a new open-ended US travel ban. Khartoum, though, is removed from Washington’s list of travel restrictions.

Also, a tense calm returns to Togo. Plans for more anti-government marches have been called off, but the political standoff over presidential term limits continues between Faure Gnassingbé’s ministers and the opposition.

And it’s a country with one of the world’s highest teen pregnancy rates. A sex education drive in Tanzania is trying to encourage communities to think twice before ostracizing unmarried mothers.

By Mary COLOMBEL , Georja CALVIN-SMITH

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