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Police use tear gas on protesters in Tunisia, reports say

A Reuters witness says police in Tunis fired tear gas to disperse an anti-austerity protest. Click here to read full story

'Britain is not always preferable to Nigeria'

Lawyer Aji Ayorinde is looking at swapping his life in London for Lagos. Click here to read full story

South Africa's ANC leader Ramaphosa urges unity as Zuma booed

The new head of South Africa’s ruling party Cyril Ramaphosa vows to tackle corruption and the economy. Click here to read full story

H&M stores in South Africa trashed over 'racist' hoodie

Activists from a South African opposition party vandalise H&M clothing stores after a racism row. Click here to read full story

Recording the lives of those waiting for clean water

Photographer Mario Macilau documents a community living with dirty water. Click here to read full story

Ethiopia's 800-year-old rock churches

Churches have been carved into the rock in northern Ethiopia for over 800 years. Click here to read full story

CHAN 2018: Sudan miss a penalty but beat Guinea 2-1

Sudan miss a penalty but still manage to beat Guinea 2-1 in a near-empty stadium in Casablanca in Group A of the African Nations Championship. Click here to read full story

Naby Keita: Liverpool-bound midfielder will not leave RB Leipzig this month

Future Liverpool midfielder Naby Keita will stay at RB Leipzig until the summer, the German club have confirmed. Click here to read full story

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf: Liberia's president expelled from her party

The outgoing leader is accused of shunning her vice-president to support George Weah in the election. Click here to read full story

CHAN 2018: Namibia and Zambia win Group B openers

Debutants Namibia score in the final seconds of their Group B match to beat Ivory Coast 1-0 at the African Nations Championship (CHAN) in Morocco. Click here to read full story


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