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Dozens killed in attack on military camp in Mali

In this week's edition: dozens are killed in the bombing of a military camp in Gao, we speak to the head of Oxfam about inequalities in Africa and we look back at Barack Obama's African policies and actions.

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Extremists claiming responsibility for a suicide bombing in northern Mali say the attack was revenge for the cooperation between France and groups based in Gao. Dozens were killed in the attack on a military camp.

Also, as the world's business heavyweights met for this year's World Economic Forum, France 24 heard from Winnie Byanyima, the head of Oxfam International, about her take on Africa's best chance of avoiding the pitfalls of supercharged capitalism.

Finally, Barack Obama has left office. His leadership was welcomed with excitement by many in Africa. We take a look at his legacy there after eight years in the White House.

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