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NIGERIA ELECTION: Nigeria's main opposition party is asking a court to throw out some results from last month's presidential election, and for new polls to be held in some areas.
IVORY COAST: United Nations investigators say they have found new mass graves in Ivory Coast, containing the bodies of more than 50 people.
IVORY COAST COCOA: Ivory Coast is resuming cocoa exports that were stopped during the political crisis over last year's disputed election. Scott Stearns has filed a Long CR.
TOGO/BOAT ACCIDENT: Authorities in southern Togo say at least 36 people have died after storms caused several boats to capsize on a lake.
UN/LEAST DEVELOPED COUNTRIES: Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is scheduled to speak Monday at a United Nations conference in Istanbul on the world's least developed countries.
SUDAN ABYEI: The United Nations says north and south Sudan have agreed to withdraw "all unauthorized forces" from the disputed oil-rich Abyei region beginning on Tuesday.
FRANCE/FOOTBALL RACISM: France is rocked by allegations that the French Football Federation has proposed race quotas to limit the number of 'bi-national' black and Arab players. The French sports minister is expected to present findings of her department's investigation into the matter Monday/today and the FFF's coach is expected to be interviewed on the matter. The allegations are a blow for a team that was the pride of France in 1998, when it won the FIFA World Cup, sparking sentiments of multiracial unity.
IVORY COAST: A prosecutor in Ivory Coast's government says officials have for the first time questioned former President Laurent Gbagbo about alleged rights abuses committed while he was in power.
SOUTH AFRICA: Brazilian mining giant Vale has opened a coal mine in Mozambique, as the impoverished country seeks to exploit its vast coal reserves.
SUDAN/DJIBOUTI: Djibouti's President Ismail Omar Guelleh has been sworn in for a third term, in a ceremony attended by Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, who is wanted for war crimes.