Here’s Richard Nta with our news bulletin at this hour.
**The head of Sudan’s ruling military council is demanding immediate accountability for an incident in which four school children were killed. The killings took place as security forces tried to disperse protests in El-Obeid on Monday.
**Morocco’s king wants a government shake-up and says new candidates are needed for elections in the fall. King Mohammed VI says the government’s current development policy isn’t doing enough to meet the needs of Moroccan citizens.
**Ghana’s president says his country needs a more progressive agenda regarding its relations with the United States. He says the relationship should focus on trade and economic investment.
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