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6 Mar 2021
France's president admits for the first time that French soldiers murdered a top Algerian independence figure then covered up the crime. In South Africa, a top sponsor of South Africa's Love Island TV series pulls out of the production following outrage over the predominantly white cast in a country where 80 percent of people are black. And finally, an anti-poaching unit in South Africa has set up smartphone surveillance in a nature reserve to invite everyone with an internet connection to watch out for endangered species at Kruger National Park.

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