Kinshasa's archbishop, a government critic, steps down
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It's a high-profile resignation ahead of the DRC's long-awaited election. The archbishop of Kinshasa, a vocal critic of the Kabila government, steps down. Also, two men close to South Sudan's rebel leader are released in the latest twist in the country's fraught peace process. They had been sentenced to death for treason. And Madagascar gears up to go to the polls, with the incumbent tipped for victory. We take a look at the problem of corruption in one of the world's poorest nations.