Sudan says thwarted coup linked to Bashir regime • FRANCE 24 English

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In tonight’s edition: Sudan’s PM says a foiled coup is linked to supporters of former President Omar al Bashir. At least a dozen people are arrested in connection to the plans to derail the country’s frail transition to democracy. In Burundi blasts kill at least three people and have injured at least 50. And UNESCO’s Director Audrey Azoulay visits Nigeria’s Oban Biosphere Reserve. The forest needs protection from human activity. 

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