World Bank halts Tunisia program amid migrant crackdown

The World Bank suspends work with Tunisia over a spike in racist attacks fuelled by an inflammatory speech by President Kais Saied. In Nigeria, the opposition party leads peaceful protests in condemnation of the electoral commission's handling of last month's flawed presidential election. And a few hours after the Michelin Guide's ceremony, we hear from a top South African chef about her appreciation of the continent's finest foodie offerings.

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