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Sudan’s former ruling party rejects law dissolving it

By France24
03 December 2019   |   9:53 am
In Sudan, the party of deposed president Omar al-Bashir condemns a new law by the transitional authorities. It will see the National Congress Party dissolved and its assets seized. With World Aids Day taking place this Sunday, we take a look at the situation in the Central African Republic, where community groups and NGOS are helping people in remote areas get the medicines they need. And Senegal warns broadcasters to take skin whitening products off the air-waves... a step towards removing the harmful.

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