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AfricaLink on Air - 16 July 2019


Germany’s Special Forces end a controversial training mission in Cameroon after lawmakers raise concerns on ethical grounds+++Former Nigeria leader Olusegun Obasanjo in an open letter to President Buhari, urges him to take national security seriously +++Land owners in parts of South Sudan have again accused the United Nations Mission in the country, of stealing their land.


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Germany in Cameroon: 'Army mission should have ended two years ago'


DW speaks to German opposition lawmaker Christoph Hoffmann (FDP) about the end of the Bundeswehr training mission in Cameroon. Hoffmann heads the parliamentary group for Central Africa.


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AfricaLink on Air - 15 July 2019


Jacob Zuma testifies before a commission on his role in state corruption+++A pastor has been confirmed with Ebola as the disease spreads in DR Congo+++Ugandans are making profits from snail farming to supply the insatiable apetites of foreigners in the capital Kampala.


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AfricaLink on Air - 11 July 2019


Why many people believe corruption is on the increase in Africa++++DW talks to the wife of missing journalist in Tanzania as the government now says it does not know if he is alive or dead +++Africa’s population expected to double by 2050 says the UN


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AfricaLink on Air - 10 July 2019


Kenya hosts UN regional conference on ending terrorism and extremist violence +++ Malawian women hold post-election rallies in the county’s major cities+++ Uganda debates the construction of a dam on one of the country’s major tourist attraction


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AfricaLink on Air - 09 July 2019


No pomp and color as South Sudan marks 8 years of independence+++ Nigerian writer Lesley Nneka Arimah wins the 2019 Caine prize+++ Controversy brews in northern Nigeria days after government suspended the RUGA settlement plan for Fulani herders


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AfricaLink on Air - 08 July 2019


African leaders launch a continental free-trade zone +++ICC finds former Congolese warlord Bosco Ntaganda guilty of 18 counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity +++Nigeria struggles to provide proper medical rehab clinics for those suffering from alcohol and drug abuse.


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AfricaLink on Air - 05 July 2019


Celebration in Sudan as military and opposition agree power-sharing deal+++Fresh protests over disputed elections in Malawi+++ Internally displaced people in Cameroon due to the Anglophone crisis seek new means of livelihood


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AfricaLink on Air - 04 July 2019


President Buhari suspends the RUGA settlement program+++Members of Cameroon's President Biya's security team have received suspended prison sentences in Switzerland over an attack on a journalist+++The trauma of Rwanda’s post-genocide generation; many young people are still depressed and demand answers to what happened.


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AfricaLink on Air - 03 July 2019


Airstrike kills 44 in a Libyan migrant detention centre +++ Nigeria to sign Africa’s free trade deal+++ Life sentence for accomplice of Kenya attack that killed 148


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