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    In Gabon, the opposition asks the putschists to recognize its “victory

    While the African Union has just suspended Gabon with immediate effect, the main opposition platform in Gabon on Thursday asked the soldiers who overthrew President Ali Bongo to complete the counting of the ballots to recognize the “victory ” of his candidate. Guest: Simon Pascal Alain Handy, political analyst and director of HCCP Global think tank.

    The Senegalese Minister of Justice declared that the conviction of opponent Ousmane Sonko in a morals case was “final”, which makes him ineligible for the 2024 presidential election. Details from Sarah Sakho.

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    At least forty-eight civilians and a police officer were killed Wednesday in Goma in a military operation intended to prevent a demonstration against the UN in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Report by Aurelie BAZZARA-KIBANGULA and Justin KABUMBA

    At least 74 people, including twelve children, died in Johannesburg, trapped in a dilapidated building in the center of the South African economic capital ravaged by a violent fire on the night of Wednesday to Thursday, according to a latest report from the authorities.

    In Ivory Coast, the campaign for the local elections on September 2 is in full swing. Today, focus on Bouake where the ruling party intends to rely on its record as “builders” to keep the former rebel city in its fold, which is being rebuilt in particular thanks to several public works projects. The PDCI wants to retake this historic bastion, lost in 2000 at the dawn of the civil war. Report by Julia Guggenheim and Damien Koffi.

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    Source: France 24

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