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Kenya’s Ruto marks shift from Kenyatta on first day in office

By France24
15 September 2022   |   9:49 am
Our headlines across the continent: William Ruto spends his first day in charge of Kenya. The new president is putting a focus on climate policies and reversing some of his predecessor's actions. In Burkina Faso, the director of a mining company has been found guilty of manslaughter after eight people were killed when a mine they were working in flooded back in April. And with fish stocks dwindling, we see how local fishermen in DR Congo are adapting traditional techniques.

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