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Benin orders EU envoy out for 'subversive' activities

People gather in the streets of Cotonou as Benin's former leader Thomas Boni Yayi arrives for a brief meeting with Benin's President in Cotonou, Benin on November 20, 2019, five months after leaving de-facto house arrest amid a political standoff. Boni Yayi quit the West African nation in June ostensibly for medical treatment after being confined to his home following his criticism of one-sided parliamentary elections that sparked protests. He was due to meet rival Talon alongside a delegation f

 

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