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Africa Weekly: Fleeing the M23 rebels in eastern DRC

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In Africa this week, survivors recount their flight before M23 rebels, which clashed with the military in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo end March; a cinder block fence 10 kilometres (six miles) long is being built along the edge of Abidjan's Banco National Park in Ivory Coast to protect it against urban development; 25 years after the death of Nigerian music legend Fela Kuti, his son Femi and grandson Made continue his Afrobeat legacy.

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