France urges citizens to leave war-affected Ethiopia


In tonight’s edition: More foreigners are being told by their governments and employers to leave Ethiopia as the fighting escalates. Despite continued clashes between federal forces and Tigrayan rebels, US and AU peace officers say they have made fragile progress to encourage negotiations. Nigeria rejects a report on the bloody crackdown on protesters during the infamous Lekki toll massacre last October. Forensic investigators are contradicting the army’s denial that soldiers opened fire on crowds demonstrating against police brutality. And finally, Senegalese bookstores and publishers are riding the wave of Senegalese author Mbougar Sarr’s victory at the French Literary Prize Goncourt earlier this year.


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