Mogadishu mourns
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Mogadishu mourns

Image copyright UCL BME network/Union UCL What usually happens on social media after a terrorist…

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‘Remarkable’ pioneer
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‘Remarkable’ pioneer

Image copyright Bodleian Library Image caption Christian Cole was depicted in cartoons during his time…

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Somali bomb victims
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Somali bomb victims

Image copyright Gurmad252 A Facebook page has been set up to help identify the victims…

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‘Failing teachers’
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‘Failing teachers’

Image copyright AFP In our series of letters from African journalists, the editor-in-chief of Nigeria’s…

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Adejuwon Soyinka: Lessons from Catalonia
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Adejuwon Soyinka: Lessons from Catalonia

Image caption Some ethnic Igbos feel Nigeria’s central government does not represent their interests The…

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Mali crush Iraq to cruise into U-17 World Cup quarters
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Mali crush Iraq to cruise into U-17 World Cup quarters

Mali will play either Ghana or Niger in the quarter-finals on Saturday Africa is guaranteed…

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Weah there’s a will, there’s a way: son Tim on copying father George
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Weah there’s a will, there’s a way: son Tim on copying father George

Timothy Weah was born in New York and represents the United States, not Liberia, at…

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Diawara scores but Napoli beaten
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Diawara scores but Napoli beaten

Gabriel Jesus has been directly involved in 21 goals in 20 starts in all competitions…

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Salah brace as Liverpool thrash Maribor
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Salah brace as Liverpool thrash Maribor

Roberto Firmino’s fourth-minute goal was his first in six games for Liverpool in all competitions…

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Roselyn Akombe flees Kenya ahead of election re-run
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Roselyn Akombe flees Kenya ahead of election re-run

A senior official from the Kenyan electoral commission has fled the country. The Independent Electoral…

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