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In tonight's edition: University lecturers in Nigeria refuse to go back to class, after they were ordered to by court order. Disputes over pay are common in the country. Zimbabwe is battling with a measles outbreak, over 700 children have died in recent months because of low vaccination rates.  And Zimbabwe has had a rocky relationship with the UK but with King Charles now on the throne, some hope the country may soon be allowed back into the Commonwealth of Nations. 

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