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President Mugabe meets with regional envoys and army chief

In tonight's edition: Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe holds direct talks with the army who ousted him; parents of the kidnapped Chibok girls still in captivity say the government is not doing enough to bring them back; and the French prime minister is in Morocco for a two-day visit to reinvigorate trade and cooperation with the kingdom.

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Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe holds direct talks with the army who ousted him. South African envoys and the church are at the negotiating table. This comes as the main opposition calls for Mugabe to resign after 37 years in power.

Also, suicide bombers in Nigeria have killed at least 14 civilians and wounded 29 others in Maiduguri. Meanwhile, parents of the kidnapped Chibok girls still in captivity say the government is not doing enough to bring them back.

And the French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe is in Morocco for a two-day visit to reinvigorate trade and cooperation with the kingdom. Creating stronger links between the two countries' business and engineering schools is high on the agenda.

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