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Cameroon court quashes RFI journalist's 10 year sentence

In Cameroon, a military court quashes a 10-year prison sentence for Ahmed Abba, a journalist from our sister station Radio France Internationale. And South Sudan's warring factions sign a new accord to cease hostilities in the latest bid to end the country's ongoing civil war. And with just days to go before Christmas, many Nigerian families say they're finding it tough to celebrate the holidays.

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In Cameroon, a military court quashes a 10-year prison sentence for Ahmed Abba, a journalist from our sister station Radio France Internationale. We bring you the very latest from our correspondent in Yaoundé.

And South Sudan's warring factions sign a new accord to cease hostilities in the latest bid to end the country's ongoing civil war. Meanwhile, the government launches a fresh military campaign, prompting civilians to flee to DR Congo. Our correspondent, Simona Foltyn, reports from the border town of Aba.

And with days to go before Christmas, many Nigerian families say they're finding it tough to celebrate the holidays. Shops are trying to entice them with bigger and better bargains.

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