Liverpool's Mohamed Salah becomes the top-scoring African in Premier League history, as he goes three clear of Didier Drogba's record of 104 goals.
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The suspected terrorist bombing comes a week after the UK warned about a possible attack.
Ethiopia's Letesenbet Gidey smashed the women's half marathon record by running 62 minutes and 52 seconds in Valencia.
Somali film The Gravedigger's Wife focuses on the lengths people go to save a loved one.
Churches seek to wrestle back control of pulpits from politicians after years of cosy relations.
Many athletes turn out for the funeral of Agnes Tirop, who was found stabbed to death at her home.
Expecting to become a carer in Copenhagen, Jewel was forced into prostitution. But two chance meetings enabled her to get away.
The health workers say security forces injured 30 colleagues when they opened fire at a protest.
Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu killed five family members and her boyfriend for life insurance, a court rules.
South Sudan has seen severe flooding for the third year in a row, destroying crops and homes.
Students march into parliament in the Democratic Republic of Congo demanding better pay for teachers.
Scientists say poaching during Mozambique's civil war led to more females being born without tusks.
South Africa's World Cup-winning captain Siya Kolisi, in a wide-ranging BBC Sport interview, says he doesn't want people to think he's "flawless" and talks about "fighting battles" with alcohol.
Najin, 32, has been part of a programme in Kenya trying to save her species from extinction.
How the Senegalese-born 21-year-old's myth-busting of "life hacks" made him a household name.
Illustrator Onyinye Iwu has been creating art of ancient queens to show they are still relevant today.
The global health body says healthcare workers should be prioritised for vaccination.
Pro-democracy protesters back the civilian-led government and reject calls for military rule.
Authorities, who held the robot for 10 days, feared that it may have been hiding covert spy tools.
Nnamdi Kanu's Indigenous People of Biafra group is viewed as a terror organisation by authorities.
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