When Blaise Compaoré tried to amend their constitution to serve a third term, his people chased him from the presidential palace. What’s changed since then?
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The military regime alleges the detained former leader accepted illegal payments. Suu Kyi is expected to go on trial next week.
We meet young farmers in Eswatini accusing their king of stealing their land and ruling with impunity. And we talk to people in Uganda about their reluctance to enter politics and get opposition figure Bobi Wine’s input.
The Israeli prime minister hit out at a deal to end his second stint in office, pointing to promises by his former protege Naftali Bennett never to serve in government with centrist Yair Lapid.
Israel is a step closer in forming a new government and seeing the end of Benjamin Netanyahu's years as prime minister. Parliament must still approve the coalition deal. A vote could take place within the next two weeks.
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