Congolese military intelligence raided the Kinshasa residence of opposition leader Moïse Katumbi and his main collaborator, Salomon Kalonda. As a reminder, he was arrested a week ago, accused of endangering state security. We welcome Olivier Kamitatu spokesperson of Moïse Katumbi.

The opposition won an absolute majority in Sunday's legislative elections in Guinea-Bissau and is forcing President Umaro Sissoco Embalo to live together in the small West African country plagued by political crises.

June 8 is World Oceans Day. In Kenya, fishermen and villagers have borne the brunt of intensive seabed exploitation for decades. Last February, the Indian Ocean states decided to temporarily ban certain industrial tuna fishing techniques. On the Kenyan coast, villagers and NGOs are trying to get things done on their own scale. Bastien Renouil and Théo Prouvost report.

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