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African leaders agree to post-Covid recovery plan in Paris

By France24
23 May 2021   |   12:46 pm
Leaders from Africa, Europe and top international finance organisations wrap up a summit in Paris aimed at boosting the continent's ability to recover from the devastating impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. Also, we bring you reactions from DR Congo to comments made by Rwanda's President Paul Kagame, in which he told FRANCE 24 that armed foreigners had not committed crimes in DR Congo two decades ago.

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