Thousands flee violence in South Sudan and cross into Uganda
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In this week's edition: Thousands of refugees are now crossing the border into Uganda, and a traveling theatre strives to bring smiles and laughter to those suffering in Kasserine in Tunisia, and finally, Yemi Alade returns to our studio for a chat about her world tour.
Hundreds have become thousands: The number of south Sudanese refugees fleeing to Uganda sees a huge uptick as government forces reportedly kill civilians indiscriminately in the border town of Pajok.
Creative vision, not violence. People living in the troubled Tunisian region of Kasserine turn to theatre in a bid to show a different side to their community. They've long suffered terror attacks and clashes between soldiers and extremists.
Finally we hear from afropop personality supreme Yemi Alade who’s been in Paris for the first leg of her world tour.
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