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  • 01:11 Kabila Visits Eastern Region Where Peace Restored After Rebel Unrest

    Kabila Visits Eastern Region Where Peace Restored After Rebel Unrest

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    The president of the Democratic Republic of Congo was given a hero's welcome in the eastern city of Goma on Sunday. Thousands of people lined the streets of the city as President Joseph Kabila went on a triumphant walkabout. It was Kabila's first visit to

  • 09:47 Can Regional Mediation End The Conflict in South Sudan?

    Can Regional Mediation End The Conflict in South Sudan?

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    Getachew Gebrekidan has been studying the mediation role of the regional organization, IGAD (Intergovernmental Authority on Development) in its attempts to assist in bringing an end to the conflict in South Sudan. He shares his findings and thoughts on th

  • 01:18 South Sudan Peace Talks To Resume

    South Sudan Peace Talks To Resume

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    A fresh round of talks to end the conflict in South Sudan is due to get underway in Addis Ababa. Several more African countries and China have been brought into the mediation and CCTV's Girum Chala reports

  • 02:19 Buhari Pledges To Return Normalcy To Nigeria's North-east Region

    Buhari Pledges To Return Normalcy To Nigeria's North-east Region

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    The President assured Nigerians and the international community that the Federal Government, under his leadership, would strive to meet the operational, logistic, training and welfare requirements of the Armed Forces of Nigeria, to enable them prosecute t

  • 01:11 UN-led Initiative Libya Peace Talks To Resume In Geneva

    UN-led Initiative Libya Peace Talks To Resume In Geneva

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    The UN has announced that talks to end the conflict in Libya, four years after the ouster of former Libyan dictator Muammar al-Gaddafi, would go ahead. They are scheduled for Monday, but with one of the two opposing factions still to arrive, hopes are aga

  • 02:50 South Sudan Peace Talks: FRANCE24 News Gains Access To Rebels' Meeting In Pagak

    South Sudan Peace Talks: FRANCE24 News Gains Access To Rebels' Meeting In Pagak

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    Rebel leader Riek Machar arrives at the opposition headquarters in Pagak. He has come to consult his generals on the latest draft peace agreement. But some are suspicious of putting down their arms. Appeasing the generals is one issue, keeping the movemen

  • 02:08 Francois Bozize Is Back In The Spotlight

    Francois Bozize Is Back In The Spotlight

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    Francois Bozize believes he's the only hope for lasting peace and stability in the Central African Republic. The former president was ousted by rebels and forced to flee. He's in Uganda now, and intends to contest October elections despite warnings agains

  • 02:11 South Sudanese In Ethiopia Go On Hunger Strike For Peace

    South Sudanese In Ethiopia Go On Hunger Strike For Peace

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    In South Sudan, hopes for an end to the conflict between the warring parties have already turned into despair. And now a group of victims of violence have taken action to raise awareness of their sufferings among political leaders. The goal is to force of

  • 01:43 South Sudan Fighting After Peace Deal Fails

    South Sudan Fighting After Peace Deal Fails

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    South Sudanese rebels have accused the government of resuming their military attacks. This comes just a day after President Salva Kiir opted not to sign a peace deal, aimed at ending the civil war. Rebel leader Riek Machar said the government had chosen w

  • 01:13 AU Welcomes President Salva Kiir's Decision To Sign Deal

    AU Welcomes President Salva Kiir's Decision To Sign Deal

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    The African Union has cautiously welcomed the decision by South Sudan's president. But it says the real test will be whether the deal actually holds. CCTV's Girum Chala has more.

  • 02:17 South Sudan Peace Deal: Experts Cast Doubt On Sustainability Of The Pact

    South Sudan Peace Deal: Experts Cast Doubt On Sustainability Of The Pact

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    Uganda says the peace deal signed by President Salva Kiir on Wednesday is a sign that South Sudan is on the path to recovery. However, international relations experts are wary that the deal may not hold for long - if history is anything to go by.

  • 01:40 South Sudanese Hopeful New Pact Will Bring Lasting Peace

    South Sudanese Hopeful New Pact Will Bring Lasting Peace

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    In South Sudan a sense of calm is slowly starting to engulf the capital Juba. This follows the signing of a peace deal by President Salva Kiir on Wednesday. Residents in the capital say that despite the previous troubled times, they remain hopeful of last

  • 02:59 Uganda First Lady Urges Pastoralists To Surrender Arms, Embrace Peace

    Uganda First Lady Urges Pastoralists To Surrender Arms, Embrace Peace

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    Surrender your guns and embrace Christianity if you wanted to eliminate cattle rustling and banditry. These were the words of Uganda first lady Janet Museveni to pastoral communities in Kenya, struggling with conflict. Janet Museveni was speaking during t

  • 01:58 Ugandan Troops Stay In South .Sudan Threat To Peace Deal

    Ugandan Troops Stay In South .Sudan Threat To Peace Deal

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    Ugandan troops refusal to exit South Sudan despite an agreement by President Salva Kiir and rebel leader Riek Machar to have all foreign forces withdraw threatens peace deal.

  • 02:53 Will A Peace Accord Uphold Stability In Mali?

    Will A Peace Accord Uphold Stability In Mali?

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    The United Nations has deployed 10,000 peacekeepers and poured more than $1 billion into Mali. Its efforts to end a three-year conflict are threatened by the re-emergence of a centuries-old rivalry between Tuareg clans. Analyst warns of a war if the recen

  • 01:09 Burundi Leaders Resolve To Work Together

    Burundi Leaders Resolve To Work Together

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    Leaders from both government and opposition in Burundi have on Saturday revealed they have come to an agreement to work together for the interest of their country. The two agreed to embrace reconciliation and dialogue to end the political crisis that rock

  • 01:23 UN Envoy Expresses Optimism About Libya Peace Deal

    UN Envoy Expresses Optimism About Libya Peace Deal

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    A deal on a unity government in Libya could be reached soon, but difficult work remained before an accord is finalised, the UN envoy to the conflict-torn nation said in Geneva on Friday. Follow us: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCk8QrR91ss-k5X6

  • 00:33 South Sudan Peace Deal Acknowledged By The Parliament

    South Sudan Peace Deal Acknowledged By The Parliament

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    South Sudan's parliament has endorsed the peace deal signed between the government and rebels loyal to former Vice President Riek Machar.

  • 01:47 Will South .Sudan Peace Deal Be Implemented?

    Will South .Sudan Peace Deal Be Implemented?

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    Delegates met in Addis to discuss how to withdraw military forces and then combine them. The plans include unifying two armies that have been fighting for more than 20 months, the withdrawal of Ugandan forces, which have been fighting on the side of the g

  • 01:34 UN Envoy Gives Libya Rivals Ultimatum On Peace Plan

    UN Envoy Gives Libya Rivals Ultimatum On Peace Plan

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    UN envoy Bernardino Leon told Libya's warring parties Tuesday there would be no more negotiations on a UN peace plan and it was time for them to take it or leave it. Follow us: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCk8QrR91ss-k5X6pKgHWHaA?sub_confirma

  • 08:19 President Kiir Committed To Observing Ceasefire

    President Kiir Committed To Observing Ceasefire

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    South Sudan's Foreign Minister Barnaba Marial Benjamin affirms President Salva Kiir's committment to observe the peace agreement and to ensure peace returns to the new country

  • 02:01 Guineans Await Vote Counting Results After Peaceful Poll

    Guineans Await Vote Counting Results After Peaceful Poll

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    Counting of votes cast in the concluded Guinea polls is going on. Political analysts have been weighing the pros and cons of a possible Alpha Conde re-election.

  • 01:35 Seleka Rebels Call For Peace Talks

    Seleka Rebels Call For Peace Talks

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    The rebel group that staged a coup the Central African Republic is calling for peace talks. But it's refusing to disarm. Known as Seleka, its fighters have helped trigger ongoing ethnic violence that recently derailed election plans. And the UN has warned

  • 02:28 Central African Republic's Interim President Blames UN Peace Keepers For Failing To Curb Violence

    Central African Republic's Interim President Blames UN Peace Keepers For Failing To Curb Violence

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    The Central African Republic's elections due next month seem unlikely to take place, following the ongoing wave of violence in the country. The elections were originally scheduled for October 18 and were postponed to December. But the ongoing reprisal att

  • 02:10 Libyans Hopeful After Signing Of UN-backed Peace Deal

    Libyans Hopeful After Signing Of UN-backed Peace Deal

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    After four years of civil strife, Libyans reacted to the signing of a peace agreement with a sense of relief, hoping for a new era of peace. Rival parliaments on Thursday signed a United Nations backed peace deal in Skhirat, Morocco.

  • 02:54 AU Welcomes Resumption Of Talks Aimed At Securing Peace Deal For Burundi

    AU Welcomes Resumption Of Talks Aimed At Securing Peace Deal For Burundi

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    The African Union is asking Burundi's government to endorse proposals to send in 5,000 peacekeeping troops to stabilize the country. AU Commission Deputy Chairman, Erastus Mwencha says resistance from Bujumbura amounts to a denial that indeed Burundi is f

  • 01:07 Burundi Peace Talks Enters Day Two

    Burundi Peace Talks Enters Day Two

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    Day two of crisis talks on Burundi are under way in Entebbe. Rival factions gathered on Monday. Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni is urging an end to the violence

  • 02:10 UK Exerting Pressure On S.outh Sudan To Implement A Peace Agreement

    UK Exerting Pressure On S.outh Sudan To Implement A Peace Agreement

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    The United Kingdom is among global powers exerting pressure on South Sudan's warring parties to implement a peace agreement. The UK Minister for Africa, who's been visiting South Sudan, is urging leaders there to form a transitional national unity governm

  • 02:55 South Sudan Economy Banking On Peace Efforts

    South Sudan Economy Banking On Peace Efforts

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    Lindy Mtongana talks live with CCTV Africa reporter Robert Nangila in South Sudan on the economy of the country. Looking at how economy has taken major hits due to the conflict and what the return of opposition leader Riek Machar in Juba means for the sta

  • 02:30 South Sudan Communities Turn To Culture & Arts To Promote Peace

    South Sudan Communities Turn To Culture & Arts To Promote Peace

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    In South Sudan, divided communities are turning to art and dance in a bid to boost reconciliation. Juba residents have joined those living in United Nations camps for unique sessions, aimed at opening up dialogue and promoting cultural diversity.

  • 02:30 South Sudan Communities Turn To Culture & Arts To Promote Peace

    South Sudan Communities Turn To Culture & Arts To Promote Peace

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    In South Sudan, divided communities are turning to art and dance in a bid to boost reconciliation. Juba residents have joined those living in United Nations camps for unique sessions, aimed at opening up dialogue and promoting cultural diversity.

  • 01:20 No Concrete Agreement Yet Between Frelimo And Renamo

    No Concrete Agreement Yet Between Frelimo And Renamo

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    There is renewed hope that the ruling Mozambican party, the Frelimo party, will resolve its differences with the opposition Renamo. The two parties have a rivalry that spans decades.

  • 01:52 South Sudan's First Vice President Taban Deng Gai Visits Khartoum, Pledging Peace

    South Sudan's First Vice President Taban Deng Gai Visits Khartoum, Pledging Peace

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    South Sudan's first vice president says his visit to neighbouring Sudan aims to consolidate peace between the two countries. Taban Deng Gai says he has President Salva Kiir's personal commitment to establishing concrete and productive relations with Sudan

  • 01:54 South Sudan Artists Collaborate To Call For Peace

    South Sudan Artists Collaborate To Call For Peace

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    South Sudanese artists have launched a campaign to promote peace in the country. Poets, musicians and painters have joined forces in their call for calm to return to the world's youngest country. CCTV's Patrick Oyet reports

  • 02:09 Nigeria Holds Unique Beauty Pageant To Promote Peace

    Nigeria Holds Unique Beauty Pageant To Promote Peace

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    Nigeria's beauty pageant with a difference. The contest aims to promote peace, in a country that's seen ongoing conflict lead to one of the biggest humanitarian crises in Africa. CCTV's Kelechi Emekalam reports

  • 01:34 Children In South Sudan Call For End To Conflict

    Children In South Sudan Call For End To Conflict

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    Children in South Sudan are calling for peace in that country. The children use dances to pass their messages across to the general public. Different dance groups stage shows every Sunday in the capital Juba. CCTV's Patrick Oyet reports.

  • 01:52 Juba Accepts The Deployment Of 4,000 More UN Troops

    Juba Accepts The Deployment Of 4,000 More UN Troops

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    South Sudan's cabinet has unanimously approved the deployment of 4000 more UN troops. Government says the UN is now free to bring in its peacekeepers at any time. Government says it hopes the deployment will help provide better security for civilians. CCT

  • 01:24 Zimbabwe Government Highlights Peace In The Country To Attract Tourists

    Zimbabwe Government Highlights Peace In The Country To Attract Tourists

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    Zimbabwe is promoting its peaceful status in hopes of attracting more tourists. Travel and tourism continue to be vital for economic growth. The government has embarked on a drive to market the peace that prevails in the country to attract visitors scepti

  • 06:51 South Sudan's President Salva Kiir Blames U.S. For Collapse Of Peace Talks

    South Sudan's President Salva Kiir Blames U.S. For Collapse Of Peace Talks

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    South Sudanese President, Salva Kiir, is blaming the United States for the collapse of the most recent peace talks held in Ethiopia. President Kiir was speaking at a regional summit in Kampala, and says America's arms embargo is emboldening opposition gro

  • 02:20 Hundreds Light Candles And Embrace Peace In Juba

    Hundreds Light Candles And Embrace Peace In Juba

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    South Sudan has wrapped up celebrations to mark peace day. A candle lighting ceremony was led by Vice President, James Wani Igga.Close to 700 South Sudanese participated in the capital Juba. The country is ushering a new dawn--following the signing of a p

  • 02:47 Music For Peace In Cameroon

    Music For Peace In Cameroon

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    Cameroon is bracing for an election that is scheduled for October 7th. However, the situation in the Anglophone Northwest and Southwest region is threatening to tear the country apart. But one young artist from this troubled region, is now urging for peac