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Kenya’s school year ‘lost’ as pupils to return to class in 2021

By France24
14 July 2020   |   7:00 am
In tonight's edition: Kenya declares its school year is considered lost because of the coronavirus pandemic. Primary and secondary pupils will not return to class until January 2021. The move has huge implications for schools, parents and children. Also, Senegal hopes homeland staycations will save the tourism industry as many would-be holidaymakers cannot travel abroad – our correspondents report. And finally, one self-taught ballet dancer in Lagos is sharing his skills and his passion with children across the Nigerian city.

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