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19 Jan 2022
We bring you the latest from the Africa Cup of Nations, where Senegal have finished top of their group, while four-time champions Ghana have crashed out of the tournament. But first, Mozambique's Defence and Security forces (FDS) say they have captured one of the leaders of the jihadist insurgency that's wreaked havoc in the region of Cabo Delgado. Also, shops were shuttered and streets barricaded in Khartoum after at least seven people were killed in protests on Monday in Sudan. And we see how Tanzania's first Netflix film "Binti" gives women a voice.
10 Jan 2022
The 33rd edition of Africa Cup of Nations is officially underway in Cameroon. The hosts got off to a great start as they came from behind to beat Burkina Faso 2-1. Also in Group A, Cap Verde saw off a 10-man Ethiopia 1-0. FRANCE 24's Selina Sykes is joined by FRANCE 24's James Vasina and correspondent Claudia Nsono to discuss all the action.
15 Nov 2021
Countering violence in their homeland by peaceful means has been the goal of thousands of Muslim and Christian women in Kaduna, Nigeria. They have been awarded the Aachen Peace Prize for their work.
20 Apr 2021
The grand home premiere of The GDN Studios latest movie release, Eyimofe (This Is My Desire) was welcomed with a global reception at the Ebony Life Place Victoria Island, Lagos on Sunday, April 18th, 2021. The most anticipated event, which came ahead of the movie's cinematic release on April 23rd, started with a large group of celebrities, fashionistas, Nollywood actors, and dignitaries striking poses on the red carpet.
14 Feb 2021
Group institutes lawsuit to stop APC membership registration, validation in Kwara
7 Dec 2020
In 2010, Boko Haram's insurgency climbed to its peak and the group was called the world's deadliest terrorist group, considering the number of attacks it launched and the people it killed. Here are 10 times both jihadist groups have massacred Nigerians in 2020.
6 Oct 2020
This creative - drama, dance, and theater - group based in Port Harcourt is attracting attention. Xcel Theatre became famous for its well-choreographed action stunts when social media influencers share their videos.
19 Aug 2020
A civil society organization in Port Harcourt, the Niger Delta Dialogue has attributed insecurity in the region partly on failure of the Presidential Amnesty Program.
22 Dec 2019
Officials in parts of India banned people from meeting up in groups, but sporadic demonstrations continue. Read the latest here.
17 Nov 2018
Brian Wieser, a senior analyst at Pivotal Research Group, examines the problems he sees plaguing Facebook Inc. and the potential for government regulation.
11 Mar 2018
Group challenges female engineers to make themselves visible.
5 Aug 2017
Group protests, demands release of El-Zakzaky.

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