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Stephen Keshi on shortlist for Burkina Faso job

Stephen Keshi on shortlist for Burkina Faso job

(BBC) – Former Nigeria coach Stephen Keshi is in the running to become Burkina Faso’s coach after being named in a three-man shortlist for the post on Tuesday. 00    Read More »

Nigeria attacks kill dozens as Boko Haram releases video

Nigeria attacks kill dozens as Boko Haram releases video

(BBC) – Dozens of people have been killed in suicide attacks in Nigeria. Twenty people died following explosions at a military checkpoint outside the north-eastern town of Biu. 00    Read More »

Tanzanian albino boy found mutilated

Tanzanian albino boy found mutilated

(BBC) – An albino toddler missing since Sunday has been found dead in northern Tanzania with all his limbs hacked off. 00    Read More »

Nigeria ‘recaptures’ key town of Monguno from Boko Haram

Nigeria ‘recaptures’ key town of Monguno from Boko Haram

(BBC) – Nigerian troops, backed by air strikes, have reclaimed the town of Monguno from Boko Haram, a military statement said. 00    Read More »

Egypt bombs IS in Libya after beheadings video

Egypt bombs IS in Libya after beheadings video

Egypt says it has bombed Islamic State targets in Libya, hours after the militants released video of apparent beheadings of 21 Egyptian Christians. 00    Read More »

Sierra Leone audit claims Ebola funds unaccounted for

Sierra Leone audit claims Ebola funds unaccounted for

(BBC) – An audit in Sierra Leone has revealed that 30% of internal Ebola funds have not been properly accounted for. 00    Read More »

Enyimba target Champions League glory

Enyimba target Champions League glory

(BBC) – The African Champions League kicks off this weekend with former title holders Enyimba facing a tricky tie. 0-1    Read More »

Al Jazeera trial: Egypt court frees journalists on bail

Al Jazeera trial: Egypt court frees journalists on bail

(BBC) – A court in Egypt has ordered the release on bail of two Al Jazeera journalists being retried for allegedly aiding the banned Muslim Brotherhood. +10    Read More »

New Ebola cases rise for second week

New Ebola cases rise for second week

The number of new cases of Ebola has risen in all of West Africa’s worst-hit countries for the second week in a row, the World Health Organization (WHO) says. 00    Read More »

Nigeria’s Boko Haram ‘kidnaps 20′ in Cameroon bus hijacking

Nigeria’s Boko Haram ‘kidnaps 20′ in Cameroon bus hijacking

Suspected militants from Nigerian Islamist group Boko Haram have hijacked a bus in northern Cameroon, abducting at least 20 people, residents say. 00    Read More »