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At least 1 dead in Ivory Coast as protestors rebuke President Ouattara’s run for a third-term

By France24
15 August 2020   |   3:54 pm
At least one person has died after protests erupted in Ivory Coast on Thursday as President Ouattara announced he will run for a controversial third term. In Mozambique, a jihadist group affiliated to the so-called Islamic State has taken over a port city in the north of the country, the government has tried to play down reports that it has lost control. Finally, our team in Tunisia meets the hoteliers who are feeling the pinch in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.

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