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Western Sahara: Forty years in a refugee camp

Thousands of Sahrawis, natives of Western Sahara, have been living in refugee camps in Algeria for more than 40 years. As the political deadlock continues, they face a cut in aid and some fear renewed conflict. Journalist: Sally Nabil; cameraman: Andrew Brown

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January 24th, 2017

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DR Congo in last eight as group winners

FC Astana forward Kabananga is now the tournament’s top scorer with three goals from three games DR Congo reached the Africa Cup of Nations last eight as Group C winners with a victory that eliminated Togo. Tournament top scorer Junior Kabananga converted Chancel ...

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January 24th, 2017

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Afcon 2017: Morocco knock Ivory Coast out of tournament

Morocco celebrate after Rachid Alioui scores in the second half Morocco beat Ivory Coast 1-0 to reach the Africa Cup of Nations quarter-finals and knock out the champions. Rachid Alioui scored with a terrific shot from 25 yards to earn the win for Morocco and their coach ...

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January 24th, 2017

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Joshua Nott: Rhodes Must Fall activist wins Rhodes scholarship

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Rhodes was a student at Oxford and a member of Oriel College in the 1870s A South African activist who campaigned to remove a statue of Cecil Rhodes has been given a place at Oxford – as a Rhodes scholar. Joshua Nott, 23, has been ...

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January 24th, 2017

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Western Sahara: Forty years in a refugee camp

Thousands of Sahrawis, natives of Western Sahara, have been living in refugee camps in Algeria for more than 40 years. As the political deadlock continues, they face a cut in aid and some fear renewed conflict. Journalist: Sally Nabil; cameraman: Andrew Brown

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January 24th, 2017

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‘Gambian anthem’: Red Card for Jammeh

Red Card, a song by Silky Criss, became the anthem of The Gambia’s recent political crisis. The Gambian singer himself then got involved in spraying graffiti urging Yahya Jammeh, who went into exile in Equatorial Guinea over the weekend, to stand down as president after ...

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January 24th, 2017

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‘Gambian anthem’: Red Card for Jammeh

Red Card, a song by Silky Criss, became the anthem of The Gambia’s recent political crisis. The Gambian singer himself then got involved in spraying graffiti urging Yahya Jammeh, who went into exile in Equatorial Guinea over the weekend, to stand down as president after ...

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January 24th, 2017

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Nigeria air strike dead ‘rises to 115’ in Rann

Image copyright EPA Image caption The attack left wreckage where people had been taking shelter The number of people mistakenly killed last week in an air attack on a camp for those who have fled conflict in north-east Nigeria has been revised to 115, an official has told ...

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January 24th, 2017

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Nigeria air strike dead ‘rises to 115’ in Rann

Image copyright EPA Image caption The attack left wreckage where people had been taking shelter The number of people mistakenly killed last week in an air attack on a camp for those who have fled conflict in north-east Nigeria has been revised to 115, an official has told ...

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January 24th, 2017

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Giulio Regeni: Egypt airs video of murdered Italian student

Image copyright Al Oula Image caption Giulio Regeni shown in the video, filmed a few weeks before he was killed Egyptian state television has aired a video of murdered Italian student Giulio Regeni, showing him being asked for money weeks before his death. Footage shows the ...

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January 24th, 2017

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