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Kenya’s opposition alliance names former prime minister Raila Odinga as its presidential candidate+++Thousands take to the streets to mark freedom day in South Africa with more calls for President Zuma to resign+++A Senegalese court upholds the life sentence for former Chadian president Hissene Habre
Zambia court rejects a bid to have treason charges against opposition leader Hakainde Hichilema dropped+++US special forces begin to pull out of CAR ending the hunt for LRA warlord Joseph Kony+++Sudan accuses South Sudan of plotting to topple President Omar Hassan El Bashir’s administration in Khartoum
Looks like 2017 is the year of elections as Britain decides to go to the polls this June. But are the politicians risking election fatigue?+++In Turkey, divisions continue following a referendum to extend President Erdogan's powers+++ Italy inaugurates its first Muslim think tank
During the nineteenth century, Germany embarked on a colonization program. Germany took over countries like Cameroon, Uganda, Namibia, and Tanzania. A new exhibition called "That, around which the Universe Revolves" recently opened in Düsseldorf. It is traveling between African countries and Germany exploring the colonial past. Wanjiku Mwaura brings this report.
In this week's edition, you get to know on the new evidence in Nigeria corruption oil probe as leaked emails purport to show the role played by Shell and Eni companies. +++ Serbians remain on the streets to protest the victory of the current prime minister Aleksandar Vucic who is about to become the country's president +++And France presidential campaign enters its final stages