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African press review 13 October 2016

Burundi's parliamentarians vote overwhelmingly to withdraw from the International Criminal Court. South Sudan rebel leader Riek Machar is on his way to South Africa. The authorities in Juba say President Salva Kiir is not dead, depite persistent rumours. And influential South African family the Guptas say they won't block a report on their alleged interference in government.
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