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Russia-Africa summit: 'Putin on the back foot after Ukraine grain deal exit'

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As Russia hosts a summit of African leaders in St Petersburg, there is likely a great deal of anger on the continent over Moscow's withdrawal from the Ukraine grain deal, placing Vladimir Putin on the defensive as he scrambles to sure up support from African partners, says France 24's foreign affairs commentator Douglas Herbet.

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