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Robert Mugabe resigns: 'Hip Hip Harare'

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UN tribunal decides fate of Mladic, 'Butcher of the Balkans'

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EYE ON AFRICA

Celebrations erupt in the streets of Harare as Mugabe resigns

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Zimbabwe's end of an era

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Video: An uncertain fate for US's transgender soldiers

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THE DEBATE

Enslaved in Libya: What to do about exploited African migrants?

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Seal on his new album 'Standards' and why he doesn't like texting

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'The End of German Stability'

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'Bad news for Merkel is bad news for Europe'

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ACROSS AFRICA

A week of political and social events across the African continent: exclusive reports and analysis. Every Thursday at 5.45 pm Paris time.

Latest update : 2017-11-10

Togolese protesters continue to demand president's resignation

In this week's edition: protests in Togo continue and hundreds are forced to cross the border into Ghana; the Triplets Ghetto Kids show us why their moves are "unforgettable"; and we head to Nigeria for the first edition of the Lagos Biennial.

As protests calling for the departure of President Gnassingbe continue in Togo, the death toll rises, and hundreds of people are forced to flee their homes.

Also, we meet Triplets Ghetto Kids, a Ugandan dance troupe made up of former street children that's making waves at home and across the pond.

And with African art increasingly in demand on the international art scene, we head to Nigeria to take a look at the first ever edition of the Lagos Biennial.

By Mary COLOMBEL , Haxie MEYERS-BELKIN

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2017-10-19 Thomas Sankara

30 years on, FRANCE 24 meets sole survivor of Burkina Faso's counter-coup

In this week's edition: FRANCE 24 meets the sole survivor of Burkina Faso's bloody 1987 counter-coup; Ugandan police hunt a serial killer thought to have murdered 12 women; and...

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2017-10-12 Mali

South African court finds anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol was murdered

In this week's edition: a South African court finds that Ahmed Timol was murdered by police officers in 1971; in Cameroon, survivors and the families of victims of the Camrail...

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2017-09-28 Sierra Leone

Cameroon accused of illegally deporting 100,000 Nigerian refugees

In this week's edition: Cameroon is accused of forcibly repatriating around 100,000 Nigerian refugees; N’Djamena expresses bewilderment over being included in a new open-ended US...

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