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Africa Update: Somalia Hopes For Stability

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Africa Update: Somalia Hopes For Stability

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Africa Update: Somalia Hopes For Stability

Africa Update: Somalia Hopes For Stability

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On today's Africa Update: Somalia hopes for stability with a new president, Rwanda hands over rebel leader Laurent Nkunda to Congolese authorities, and violent protests shake Madagascar.

For more, Tony Cox talks with Emira Woods, co-director of Foreign Policy in Focus at the Institute for Policy Studies.

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