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BBC Swahili launches Dira ya Dunia on Raga TV with special broadcast from Kinshasa

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BBC Swahili will launch its TV news and current-affairs programme, Dira ya Dunia (World Compass), on Raga TV in the Democratic Republic of Congo with a special live broadcast from Kinshasa on Monday 3 June....

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