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Guy-Brice Parfait Kolelas was the primary challenger of longstanding president Denis Sassou N’guesso. Sixteen areas of France, together with Paris, go back into lockdown, while Chancellor Angela Merkel says Germany may see more restrictions. Also, the US and China conclude a two-day meeting marked by confrontation and blunt speak. And Samia Suluhu Hassan becomes the first feminine president of Tanzania. Get browser notifications for breaking news, stay events, and exclusive reporting. Closed-door trial of Michael Kovrig finishes with a Beijing courtroom saying it’s going to set a date for the decision. Military officers escort a gun carriage carrying the coffin that was draped in the nationwide flag.

In the other Congo, the demise of the primary opposition leader overshadows the nation’s election. And a state funeral is held for Tanzania’s controversial late president. Earlier this week, the last remaining two worldwide UN staffers, both with the World Food Programme, reportedly left Pyongyang. Ajay Lalvani, a reporter with a non-public channel and an Urdu language newspaper died, after he sustained bullet accidents in abdomen, arm and knee.

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