Senegal opposition leader Ousmane Sonko sentenced to prison for 'corrupting youth'

Violence erupts in Senegal as Ousmane Sonko is sentenced to two years in prison for “corrupting youth”. His fate as a presidential candidate in 2024 remains uncertain. And a controversial bill gets the green light in Zimbabwe. Parliament approves a plan to outlaw criticism of the government ahead of the August elections. Finally, as the United States imposes sanctions on both parties to the conflict in Sudan, we head to Cairo to meet a family displaced by the violence.

Senegal opposition leader Ousmane Sonko sentenced to prison for 'corrupting youth'
Violence erupts in Senegal as Ousmane Sonko is sentenced to two years in prison for “corrupting youth”. His fate as a presidential candidate in 2024 remains uncertain. And a controversial bill gets the green light in Zimbabwe. Parliament approves a plan to outlaw criticism of the government ahead of the August elections. Finally, as the United States imposes sanctions on both parties to the conflict in Sudan, we head to Cairo to meet a family displaced by the violence.

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