Eye on Africa – Glencore scandal: the Cameroonian opposition calls for an investigation into corruption


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In tonight’s edition: Senior Cameroonian state-owned company officials are accused of accepting bribes from Swiss mining giant Glencore. In Egypt, two months after the start of a hunger strike by opponent Alaa Abdel Fataah, his supporters are calling for his release. And in Libya, traditional ceramics aren’t finding markets like they used to, but some potters are turning to social media in hopes of connecting their creations to new customers.

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