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AfricaLink on Air - 19 April 2019

UN evacuates dozens of refugees from Libya as war rages+++Nigeria’s former chief justice appeals graft conviction+++South Sudan plans to form unity government face setback +++Why Uganda risks losing EU market for its agricultural products

AfricaLink on Air - 18 April 2019

Uganda's top court upholds ruling to remove presidential age caps+++Global press freedom under threat+++Gambia takes stock of former ruler's alleged corruption and human rights abuses

AfricaLink on Air - 17 April 2019

Sudan's ousted president Omar al-Bashir moved to prison+++Questions on freedom of expression in Nigeria after activist IG Wala is jailed for 7 years for criminal defamation+++Zimbabwe white farmers sue S Africa

AfricaLink on Air - 16 April 2019

Task force recommends law to recognize intersex people in Kenya+++Sudan protesters toughen stand demanding for civilian rule+++Shortage of CFA franc coins hits businesses in Cameroon+++Ghanaians react to IMF’s worlds fastest economy projection

AfricaLink on Air - 15 April 2019

AU Security Council threatens to suspend Sudan if the military council does not hand over power to civilians++++Mozambique reels from cyclone Idai devastation a month after the disaster+++Why thousands of schools have remained closed five years after the abduction of the Chibok girls

Africalink 12.04.19 - 16 UTC - MP3-Stereo

Protesters stay on the streets after Omar al-Bashir is ousted as Sudan's president +++ Suspected Al-Shabab militants abduct two Cuban doctors in Kenya +++ The Chibok girls - five years after the mass kidnapping +++ Rwanda commemorates its 1994 genocide +++ The upcoming Africa Cup of Nations draw

AfricaLink on Air – 09 April 2019

Omar al-Bashir is ousted as Sudan’s president +++ South Sudanese leaders conclude their ‘spiritual retreat’ in the Vatican +++ Nigeria’s military evacuates 10,000 people +++ Kenyans who lost relatives in the Ethiopian Airlines crash plan to sue aircraft maker Boeing +++ A Liberian boy builds miniature dream homes

AfricaLink on Air - 10 April 2019

Ugandan opposition politician and musician Bobi Wine confirms to DW that he will run for presidency in the next elections+++Sudanese-British billionaire Mo Ibrahim speaks out on the ongoing protests in Sudan, calling on President Omar al-Bashir to step down+++Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari cuts short his trip to the UAE to chair the weekly cabinet meeting

AfricaLink on Air – 09 April 2019

Chinese growing presence in Zambia sparks resentment among the locals+++Human right groups in Sudan accuse security forces of killing over 60 people since the protests began+++Young Tanzanian farmer launches project to fight hunger and malnutrition

AfricaLink on Air – 08 April 2019

Defiant Sudan protesters seek army talks+++Rwandan president reiterates they will not condone external forces to destabilize the country+++ Cameroon repatriates Nigerians who had fled fearing election violence flare up

AfricaLink on Air - 04 April 2019

The Committee to Protect Journalists-CPJ launches a campaign pushing the Tanzanian government to come clean on the disappearance of Journalist Azory Gwanda over one year ago+++ Who has won this year German Africa prize?+++ NATO ministers celebrate 70th anniversary amid rifts

AfricaLink on Air - 03 April 2019

Algeria's President Abdelaziz Bouteflika finally resigns after 20 years in office+++A 2019 debt report states that the global debt crisis is escalating+++Nigeria's police force ranked as the most corrupt institution in the country by the NGO SERAP+++Ghana debates on how best to disband political vigilante groups

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