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Zimbabwe's Tsvangirai says he hasn't been asked to be part of new government

In this edition: Zimbabwe's opposition is already concerned about just how democratic Emmerson Mnangagwa's presidency will be; Algerians vote to elect mayors and council members in thousands of towns and local assemblies; and we take you deep into Tunisia's organic olive groves.

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The man sacked by Robert Mugabe is just hours away from becoming Zimbabwe's next president. But the opposition is already concerned about just how democratic Emmerson Mnangagwa's presidency will be. We hear from veteran opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai.

Also, Algerians vote to elect mayors and council members in thousands of towns and local assemblies. Making a rare public appearance to cast his ballot is the country's ailing president Abdelaziz Bouteflika, whose ruling coalition is set to do well.

And Tunisia expects its olive oil output to triple this winter. We take you deep into the organic olive groves, where the harvest is already well underway.

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