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    In tonight’s edition: Ethiopia’s Abiy Ahmed says regional elections will be peaceful but the main opposition parties are boycotting the election.  In Tunisia, the death of a young man in a working class neighborhood during a police encounter on June 8 sparked protests against police brutality. Human rights groups say the impunity officers enjoy must end. And finally hundreds of thousands of people who were forced from their homes after a volcanic eruption in Goma last month struggle to get by.

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