The ruling coalition in Senegal loses its parliamentary majority

Macky Sall’s hopes for a controversial third term as Senegalese president were dashed on Thursday as the opposition stripped him of a parliamentary majority. Cost-of-living concerns lead voters to support Sall’s critics in last Sunday’s vote.

Elsewhere, we look at a deadly act of revenge by organized criminals in Madagascar that left 29 people dead in a village 75 kilometers north of the capital Antananarivo.

Finally, women’s rugby in Cameroon repels prejudice, we take a closer look.

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