Burundi's president seeks third term amid election unrest

At least two people are killed in unrest that accompanies Burundi's controversial presidential election. There's a low turnout at polling stations as Pierre Nkurunziza bids for a third term in office. In Senegal, rights campaigners are disappointed with the suspension of the trial of Chad's former dictator Hissene Habre. And in Nigeria, some of the country's businesses are still unsure of the likely impact of extensive new import restrictions aimed at boosting home-grown products.


Produced by Georja Calvin-Smith and Phoebe Lanzer Wood

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