Archange Faustin Touadéra sworn in as new president of Central African Republic
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In this week's rundown: Central African Republic's new president is sworn in, 17 democracy activists are jailed in Angola and refugees train for the Olympics in Kenya.
Central African Republic's new president is sworn in. With some international peacekeepers set to head home this year, he now faces the daunting task of rebuilding the nation.
Also, 17 democracy activists are jailed in Angola, charged with rebellion over the public reading of a book. The opposition says its shows the extent of political repression in the country
And in Kenya, refugees keep up a gruelling athletics training schedule in the hope of being selected for a unique team that will head to the Rio Olympics.