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Guinea's ousted leader Alpha Conde ordered to stay in the country to face trial


In tonight's edition: Guinea's ousted former president Alpha Condé is no longer allowed to leave the country after authorities move to prosecute him for violence that broke out over his bid for a third term. A community in Darfur is finally able to access medical care after a new clinic has opened. The village had not had a health center for almost 20 years. And film lovers in Paris can enjoy NolywoodWeek Film Festival, a curated selection of Nigerian films challenging the status quo. 

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