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African press review 30 September 2016

The International Criminal Court is to probe post-election violence in Gabon. What happened to Illuminée Iragena, the Rwandan opposition activist missing for the past six months? The World Bank becomes the latest institution to cut South Africa’s economic growth outlook for 2016. GDP is unlikely to grow by even half a percent. All this is in the African press today.
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