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Biden inauguration: relief for African countries hard hit by Trump administration

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In tonight's edution: The US steps into a new era with the inauguration of Joe Biden. Washington will be resetting its international relations as it leaves the unilateralism of the old administration behind. Africa hopes for change for the better. And in Uganda supporters of opposition leader Bobi Wine see their hopes crumble as they come to terms with another five years with long term president Museveni.

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