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Kenyan opposition boycotts opening of parliament

In tonight's bulletin: Kenya's opposition boycotts the opening session of parliament; South Africa's Jacob Zuma suffers a setback after a court ruled that the election of a faction loyal to him in his home province two years ago was invalid; and thousands of students find themselves homeless in Ivory Coast's Abidjan.

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Kenya's opposition boycotts the opening session of parliament, which is presided over by Kenyatta after the Supreme Court cancelled the result of last month's presidential election and ordered a fresh vote.

South Africa's Jacob Zuma suffers a setback after a court ruled that the election of a faction loyal to him in his home province two years ago was invalid.

In Ivory Coast's Abidjan, with just a few weeks until the start of the academic year, thousands of students find themselves homeless. The halls of residence were ordered to close by the government six years ago.

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