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Mohamed Salah gives Egypt hope for World Cup with news over injury

Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah will be fit to play some part in Egypt’s World Cup campaign, his country says. Click here to read full story

Biafra shutdown cripples Nigerian cities

Shops are closed and cars are off the roads as secessionists mark the attempt to create Biafra state. Click here to read full story

World Cup 2018: Japan lose to Ghana in opening warm-up match

New Japan manager Akira Nishino employed a new formation as his side began their World Cup preparations with a 2-0 defeat to Ghana in Yokohama. Click here to read full story

Teaching boys and girls to make sanitary pads in Uganda

Communities in Uganda learn how to make recyclable products for periods to stop girls dropping out of school. Click here to read full story

Morocco's Amine Harit wins German Bundesliga rookie award

Schalke’s Morocco international midfielder Amine Harit wins the German Bundesliga’s award for best young newcomer of the season. Click here to read full story

Algeria seizes 700kg of cocaine on container ship

More than 20 people are arrested over the haul, which was hidden in boxes marked “halal meat”. Click here to read full story

'Did Ramos injure you intentionally?' Mohamed Salah arrives in Spain for injury treatment

Liverpool and Egypt forward Mohamed Salah arrives in Spain for treatment on his shoulder injury picked up in the Champions League final. Click here to read full story

Nigeria cut squad as Moses Simon travels for tests

Nigeria cut four players from its initial World Cup squad ahead of Saturday’s friendly against England as Moses Simon travels to London for further tests. Click here to read full story

Andargachew Tsege on release after four years on Ethiopia death row

British citizen Andargachew Tsege has been freed by Ethiopia’s government after four years on death row. Click here to read full story

Why Ghanaians are so slow to bury their dead

Bodies are not buried for months, sometimes years, in Ghana as families bicker over funeral arrangements. Click here to read full story


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