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France announced the restitution of Benin's artefacts and Cambridge University returned ancient sculpture to Nigeria

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Businesses remained shut for a third day in a row as residents of the Sudanese capital fear a return to military rule

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Global leaders have condemned the detention of high-ranking Sudanese officials in what appears to be a coup attempt, as a senior military official Abdel Fattah al-Burhan dissolved the government and called for a state of emergency across the country.

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Over five years after the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, in Nigeria announced a ban on open grazing within the city center, cows continue to roam the streets and roads of Nigeria’s capital freely, in disregard of the directives.

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Humans and livestock are struggling for survival as lakes in Mali dry up

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Bird flu is ravaging South Africa's endangered Cape cormorants, killing as much as five percent of the world's remaining population, a conservation group said Wednesday.

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Berber tattoos were used to determine tribal affiliation and identity, indicate the marital status of women as well as if they were ready for marriage.

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Small farmers around the world who grow thirsty crops like corn will face a huge adaptation challenge as the effects of climate change worsen in the coming years, experts warned Wednesday.

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Democratic Republic of Congo's constitutional court has sworn in an electoral commission chief amid controversy over his nomination.

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Khartoum Internation Airport was closed on Monday and international flights suspended

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The United Nations Security Council and the United States have imposed sanctions on a Libyan official over the alleged abuse and torture of migrants in a detention center.

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Many youngsters are starting to embrace art and poetry. 25-year-old Olivier Tuyisenge who goes by the artistic name of “Umusizi Tuyisenge”, dropped out of school at the age of 16 to pursue a career in Rwandan traditional rhythmic poetry.

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Among the once-taboo professions emerging from Somalia’s decades of conflict and Islamic extremism is the world of arts, and a 21-year-old female painter has faced more opposition than most.

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Libya's only operational oil refinery was "severely" damaged after gunmen battled for three hours around the complex, this was confirmed by the national oil corporation.

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"Those divisions don't bode well for Sudan," said Jok Madut Jok, professor of anthropology at Syracuse University in New York in an interview with Euronews.

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Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari said 12 million children are scared of going to school in the country, where jihadists and heavily armed criminals have kidnapped hundreds of students for ransom.

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Northern African clubs have lifted the Champions League a record 33 times. Eastern Africa has not been lucky once

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The African Union said Wednesday it had suspended Sudan until civilian rule in the country is restored, saying it rejected the military takeover as an "unconstitutional" seizure of power.

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Malian authorities have arrested Issa Kaou N'Djim, a vice president of the country's interim parliament, for making "subversive remarks" on social media, two legal sources said.

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This year's edition has been dubbed "Ambiguous Adventure" in reference to the novel by Cheikh Hamidou Kane, whose young hero Samba Diallo attempts to navigate between the soul of his country and the Western world he faces

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Museum in Paris exhibits Benin's "Abomey Treasures" collection for the last time before being returned to the country

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Sudan's PM Abdallah Hamdok has been freed after being held at ruling general's home

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The court in Ouagadougou heard the testimony of a soldier involved in the assassination of Thomas Sankara in Burkina Faso in 1987

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Monday's explosion followed another at a bar in the capital Kampala on Saturday night in which a woman was killed

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