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Men and boys chained up at Nigeria 'school'

Police say dozens of males were freed in a raid on the institution in Katsina state, Nigeria. Click here to read full story

Deadly parasite 'jumped' from gorilla to humans

Discovery of mutation 50,000 years ago could help in the fight against malaria. Click here to read full story

Eating insects: Testing out the delicacy in DR Congo

Insects can be an eco-friendly alternative to meat and have long been part of DR Congo’s cuisine. Click here to read full story

Ahmad Benali: Libya captain wants stability on and off the pitch

Libya captain Ahmad Benali hopes to see a period of calm for the national team but says the safety of people in his homeland is more important than qualifying for major tournaments. Click here to read full story

'Tortured' and shackled pupils freed from Nigerian Islamic school

Police find 67 pupils with chains on their ankles at an Islamic boarding school in the north. Click here to read full story

Morocco pardons journalist Hajar Raissouni jailed on abortion charges

Activists said the charges against Hajar Raissouni were part of a crackdown on opposition media. Click here to read full story

Rugby rehabilitation programme for Kenyan prisoners

Inmates in Kenya say playing the sport teaches them discipline and gives them hope. Click here to read full story

Egypt archaeologists find 20 ancient coffins near Luxor

The coffins, whose decorations are still visible, were uncovered at a Theban necropolis near Luxor. Click here to read full story

Eritrea – where ATMs are unknown and Sim cards are like gold dust

A BBC team gets rare access to Eritrea, often described as one of the most repressive states in Africa. Click here to read full story

Letter from Africa: How this teenager risked all for a life in limbo

Meeting the family of a young Gambian who ran away to seek his fortune in Europe. Click here to read full story


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