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Twenty-five barbary macaques have broken out of their enclosure in southwestern Germany. Police suspect that their escape was enabled by construction work.
17 Aug 2020
It was a sad day at Paris's Orly Airport as six young humanitarian workers were flown home from Niger. One of the two Nigerien victims was laid to rest back home. All eight were killed by suspected jihadists at a wildlife park last Sunday. In DR Congo, we assess security concerns at Virunga National Park; there have been scores of kidnappings there recently which has seen visitor numbers plummet. And in Abidjan our reporters meet a local film crew - their film tells the story of Ivory Coast's Abbé people and their early 20th Century struggle against French colonialism.

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