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Kenyan opposition politican says he was drugged and deported

By: Mary Colombel Follow | Charli James
1 min

In tonight's edition: Kenyan opposition politician Miguna Miguna says he was drugged and forced on a plane by officials then deported, and Botswana's president is due to step down this week-end after a farewell tour. Finally, 30 years on, and Dulcie September's murder in Paris remains unsolved.

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A dramatic deportation from Kenya. After trying to return from Canada, opposition politician Miguna says he was drugged and deported from the country while unconscious.

And a 57-stop farewell tour for Botswana's president -- full of celebrations and gifts. Ian Khama will step down as the country’s leader this weekend, a full 18 months before the end of his term.

And today marks 30 years since anti-apartheid activist Dulcie September was gunned down on a Paris street. Her murder remains unsolved. FRANCE 24 looks at the search for answers.

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