Sudan coup: Our reporters speak to defiant protesters in Khartoum – Eye on Africa • FRANCE 24

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In tonight’s edition: The fallout of Monday’s coup in Sudan continues. Three prominent pro-democracy figures were detained overnight, this as civil disobedience gathers pace. French President Macron holds a ceremony at the Quai Branly Museum in Paris to mark the handing over of 26 artefacts to the Republic of Benin. And in Ivory Coast, African artists keep the economy going as Grand Bassam’s tourism sector is hit by the effects of the pandemic.

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