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All the news from Africa and the Maghreb, with France 24’s correspondents and our guests on set. From Monday to Friday at 9.45 pm and 10.45 pm Paris time.

Latest update : 2018-02-23

Officials say missing Nigerian schoolgirls not rescued after all

There's anger in the north-eastern Nigerian village of Dapchi, where dozens of schoolgirls are still missing after a Boko Haram raid. The government has been giving contradictory information on what happened and who's disappeared. Also, we talk to the South Sudanese petroleum minister about hopes for peace in a country ravaged by civil war for over four years. And we head to Djibouti as it gears up for parliamentary elections on Friday.

It’s been a heartrending day for the parents of children still missing after their school was raided by Boko Haram extremists earlier this week. Families from the north-eastern Nigerian village of Dapchi are furious over the lack of transparency coming from authorities. The governor of Yobe state first said that 76 girls had been rescued from the Nigerian jihadist group, but then appeared to question whether they had been taken at all. There's also confusion over how many girls are missing from the Government Girls Science secondary school, with numbers ranging from 50 to over 100.

Also, we talk to South Sudan's petroleum minister about hopes for peace in a country ravaged by civil war for over four years.

And we head to Djibouti as it gears up for parliamentary elections on Friday.

By Georja CALVIN-SMITH , Laura DI BIASIO

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2018-09-24 EYE ON AFRICA

Tanzania investigates ferry disaster which killed at least 227

In this edition: A preliminary investigation into the Tanzanian ferry disaster in which at least 227 people lost their lives has blamed overloading for the sinking of the MV...

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2018-09-24 EYE ON AFRICA

Tanzania’s president orders arrests over Lake Victoria ferry disaster

In this edition: Tanzania’s president has ordered the arrest of those responsible for the Lake Victoria ferry accident which claimed dozens of lives. And South Africa's president...

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2018-09-20 EYE ON AFRICA

Uganda's Bobi Wine returns home

In tonight's edition: Opposition MP Bobi Wine returns home to Uganda from the US and vows to continue his fight. And at least 200 people are missing in Tanzania after a ferry...

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2018-09-20 EYE ON AFRICA

Amnesty International says at least 58 killed in Addis Ababa violence

At least 58 people were killed during a weekend of ethnic violence in Ethiopia's capital, according to a new toll from Amnesty International. Also, Liberia's government says it...

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2018-09-18 EYE ON AFRICA

Amnesty warns of 'horrific' violence in Cameroon's anglophone regions

In tonight's edition: Amnesty International sounds the alarm over escalating violence in Cameroon's anglophone crisis. Also, South Africa legalises personal and private use of...

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