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Zimbabwe dollar notes issued for first time in a decade

Queues form outside banks as people hope to get hold of the first Zimbabwe dollar notes since 2009. Click here to read full story

Libya recall keeper after eight year absence

Goalkeeper Mohamed Al-Forgany is recalled to the Libya squad after an eight-year absence. Click here to read full story

Paris tour shows how black people helped shape France

Resistance fighters and anti-colonial writers, a Paris tour celebrates an alternative French history. Click here to read full story

Libya: Migrant mother's dying wish to get children to Europe

The BBC’s Orla Guerin meets a family waiting to cross to Europe from Libya with orphaned children whose mother died on the way. Click here to read full story

Somalia floods: Massive aid effort as thousands hit

Hundreds of thousands of people have been displaced after two rivers burst their banks. Click here to read full story

Kenya: Mobile camel clinic providing healthcare to nomads

The hardy animals are delivering health services for communities that would otherwise be cut off. Click here to read full story

Locust invasion: UN warning for Ethiopia, Kenya, Eritrea and Sudan

The infestation devouring tonnes of crops in Ethiopia threatens neighbouring countries, the UN says. Click here to read full story

Quadruple amputee Alex Lewis climbs Ethiopian mountain

Alex, who lost all four of his limbs six years ago, climbed Ras Dashen using a specially-adapted buggy. Click here to read full story

Senegal's Mbaye Diagne is punished for Club Bruges penalty miss

Senegal international Mbaye Diagne is fined and dropped by Club Bruges for missing a penalty in the European Champions League. Click here to read full story

Egypt-Ethiopia row over River Nile dam

At the heart of the dispute is which country has control over Africa’s longest river. Click here to read full story


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