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Latest update : 2017-09-29

Kenya's ruling party moves to amend election law ahead of presidential re-run

In tonight's edition: Kenya's ruling party moves to amend election law ahead of the presidential re-run; a professor denounces a fake diplomas scandal in DR Congo; and we take you to a photo exhibition in Paris highlighting Guineans' ordeal during the 2009 stadium massacre in Conakry.

Divisions deepen between the ruling party and the opposition in Kenya as President Uhuru Kenyatta's lawmakers try to change electoral law ahead of next month’s presidential poll rerun.

Also, all of the credit but none of the work: we hear from a professor from DR Congo who's spoken exclusively to FRANCE 24 about his concerns over the allegedly widespread practice of handing out fake degrees and qualifications to his country’s political and military elite.

And eight years after soldiers massacred 156 people and raped dozens of women at a Conakry stadium, FRANCE 24 meets one woman still struggling with the trauma of that day. She heads to an exhibition in Paris that highlights the long-term effects suffered by those affected by the violence.

By Mary COLOMBEL , Georja CALVIN-SMITH

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2017-10-17 Togo

Four killed in Togo clashes after religious leader arrested

In tonight's edition: four people are killed in Togo amid violence in the city of Sokode; pressure mounts on Ugandan police to find a serial killer; and the hit tragi-comedy...

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2017-10-16 Somalia

Over 300 killed in Somalia's worst ever terror attack

In tonight's edition: the death toll from Somalia's truck bombing rises to 300, with many more injured and scores still missing; the deadly plague outbreak in Madagascar is...

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2017-10-12 Liberia

Liberia's presidential election: Results trickle in as observers give thumbs-up

In tonight's edition: preliminary results trickle in after Liberia's election; DR Congo's electoral commission says presidential polls are delayed to 2019; and Amnesty...

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2017-10-13 Kenya

Kenyan police shoot dead two protesters in Bondo as banned protests continue

In today’s show: Kenyan police shoot dead two protesters and injure one after they allegedly storm a police station, and the death toll from a plague outbreak continues to rise...

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2017-10-11 Kenya

Kenyan election board says all 8 candidates on ballot in presidential re-run

In tonight's show: political turmoil continues in Kenya; we look at the struggle for compensation claims in Cameroon after last year's deadly Camrail crash; and we head to...

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