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UN Security Council renews MINUSMA mandate

The UN Security Council has voted to renew the mandate of its peacekeeping force in Mali despite the loss of air support from France. Health workers in Zimbabwe went on strike in late June to demand a tenfold increase in their wages, threatening to strike again if their demands are not met. And the Egyptian government has ordered residents of some 30 barges along the Nile to evacuate their homes by this week.

Cape Town Tavern teenage deaths leave parents distraught and confused

In tonight's edition: Authorities in South Africa are searching for clues after the death of 21 teenagers in a crowded bar. The United States will mobilize $600 billion in investment in global infrastructure projects over the next five years, including in Africa, to counter Chinese moves. Finally, we will talk with DJ and curator Mo Laudi about the Globalisto exhibition of African artists. in Saint Etienne.

Senegal: opposition demonstrations in Dakar as elections approach

Scuffles broke out on Friday near the home of Senegalese opposition leader Osman Sonko in the capital Dakar. Sonko had called on his supporters to come together to demonstrate against the government's decision to exclude him from the elections next month. Also in this edition: Rwandan police kill a Congolese soldier who had crossed the border and shot at security forces. Finally, the Congolese diaspora in Brussels welcomes the return of a tooth belonging to the murdered anti-imperialist icon Patrice Lumumba.

Tunisia at a standstill as general strike paralyzes the country

Tunisia has come to a standstill under strike, with soaring inflation and unpopular reforms sending tens of thousands into the streets. We learn more from our correspondent in Tunis. Additionally, many Nigerians who fled to neighboring Niger under the tyranny of Boko Haram are called upon to return home. And we see how a Parisian tech fair honors startups in Africa with the Africa Tech Award.

The Annecy Film Festival shows a growing appetite for African animation

In tonight's edition: France says it has captured high-level extremist figure, Oumeya Ould Albakaye, in Mali. Kenyan Ferdinand Omanyala has put his country on the map as the continent's fastest man in the 100 metres. And while the world's animation elite gathers in Annecy, a French mountain town, the African industry takes more and more space. We speak to Lagos Comic Con Founder and Studio Founder Ayodele Elegba.

South Sudan: WFP to suspend part of its food aid due to lack of funding

From tonight's edition: A desperate lack of funding has forced the World Food Program to suspend some food aid to South Sudan just when the country needs it most. We speak to the acting director of the WFP, Adeyinka Badejo. Furthermore, survivors of one of the most brutal extremist attacks in Burkina Faso say government forces left them defenceless. The massacre killed at least 79 people in Seytenga. And there are calls for an extension of the MINUSMA mission in Mali following this week's UN Security Council briefing.…

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