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Aymeric Vincenot

Aymeric Vincenot

    Burundi protests turn violent as poll delayed
    Burundi protests turn violent as poll delayed
    Burundian security forces fired shots and teargas during battles with protesters on Wednesday, the latest violence in weeks of antigovernment...
    S Sudan marks third anniversary as famine looms
    S Sudan marks third anniversary as famine looms
    War-torn South Sudan marks its third anniversary of independence on Wednesday, with civil war raging, the young nation divided by ethnic...
    Kagame's party set to win Rwanda elections by landslide
    Kagame's party set to win Rwanda elections by landslide
    The ruling party of Rwanda's President Paul Kagame was headed for a predicted landslide win in parliamentary elections, officials said...
    Displaced Kenyans still live in fear since 2007 polls
    Displaced Kenyans still live in fear since 2007 polls
    In makeshift camps on windswept barren land more than 100 families, chased from their homes in the wave of violence and killing that followed the...
    Ten years into war, Afghan farmers still hooked on poppies
    Ten years into war, Afghan farmers still hooked on poppies
    Nearly a decade into the war in Afghanistan, opium poppies are still the major crop for many farmers and a big source of income for the Taliban...
    'Total disorder' in Congo legislative elections
    'Total disorder' in Congo legislative elections
    The first round of Congo's legislative elections was marked by chaos on Sunday, with long delays, protesters crying foul and about 40 smaller...
    Congo ruling party expected to win legislative elections
    Congo ruling party expected to win legislative elections
    President Denis Sassou Nguesso's ruling party is expected to be the big winner of legislative elections on Sunday in the African republic of Congo,...
    We were sex slaves, say captives of Janjaweed
    We were sex slaves, say captives of Janjaweed
    Young women and girls captured by the government-backed Janjaweed militia, who are accused of a reign of terror in Sudan's Darfur region, say they...
    Hu Jintao to unveil Beijing's new policy towards Africa
    Hu Jintao to unveil Beijing's new policy towards Africa
    Chinese President Hu Jintao will unveil Beijing's new policy towards Africa in a speech to parliament in Gabon, where he is due to arrive on Sunday...
    War and rain conspire against cocoa growers
    War and rain conspire against cocoa growers
    Unfavourable rains could not have come at a worse time for Ivory Coast's cocoa growers, already grappling with the effects of a civil war that has...