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.
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