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19 Apr
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19 Apr
Solomon Fowowe talks about the arrival of the controversial Super League arrival and the sudden sack of Tottenham Hotspur F.C.'s coach José Mourinho.
16 Apr
Tolu Olorunmoteni and Solomon Fowowe discuss Chelsea FC and Man City's quest for a quadruple at the Premier League.
10 Apr
Tottenham Hotspur will be looking to boost their hopes of a top-four finish in the Premier League when they welcome Manchester United to North London on Sunday afternoon.
6 Apr
Queen Hatshepsut, Egypt's only woman pharaoh, began the journey along with 21 others to their new resting place: the country's new national museum.
1 Apr
Super Eagles fans were excited to see the team play a competitive game in Lagos, Nigeria's most populous city, for the first time since 2001. Many fans were left disgruntled after they could not enter the stadium despite having a ticket.
30 Mar
After securing their important Afcon ticket on Saturday, Nigeria will round off her 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualification campaign with a clash against Lesotho on Tuesday. Solomon Fowowe brings a preview of the match and what to expect.
15 Dec 2019
In Cairo, green spaces are a rare luxury. That's what inspired urban farming startup Schaduf to help poor Egyptians clean up roofs and create gardens, thereby greening the city and improving their quality of life.
30 Nov 2019
Tokyo, Nairobi, Rome, Cairo, Bogota, humans around the world make a collective 7.5 billion journeys on average every day, whether that be on foot, by bike, in cars or on public transport.
4 Feb 2019
The human and animal mummies of different genders and ages were found in Minya, south of Cairo. Several other objects discovered inside the tomb have helped researchers narrow down the burial date.
17 Nov 2018
The Third Mainland Bridge is the longest of three bridges connecting Lagos Island to the mainland in Nigeria. It was the longest bridge in Africa until 1996 when the 6th October Bridge in Cairo was completed. But it remains the longest in West Africa.
4 Sep 2018
Man held after explosive device detonated near U.S. embassy in Cairo - sources

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