Niger junta gives French ambassador 48 hours to leave country

In tonight's edition: Niger's military junta expels France's ambassador to the country as it digs in its heels, insisting on a three-year transition of power. And regional observers say Zimbabwe's elections did not meet democratic standards as voting ran into a second day amid reports of delays, banned rallies and polling irregularities. Finally, Gabon heads to the polls in elections that could see the president extend his family's 55-year political dynasty. 

Niger junta gives French ambassador 48 hours to leave country
In tonight's edition: Niger's military junta expels France's ambassador to the country as it digs in its heels, insisting on a three-year transition of power. And regional observers say Zimbabwe's elections did not meet democratic standards as voting ran into a second day amid reports of delays, banned rallies and polling irregularities. Finally, Gabon heads to the polls in elections that could see the president extend his family's 55-year political dynasty. 

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