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How one man went from being a “street kid” in Uganda, to adopting a white child in the US.

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The story of how Senegal's Edouard Mendy has gone from being unemployed to signing for Chelsea.

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Adopting a child can be a challenging experience, particularly for one African-American woman, Keia whose three-year-old son Princeton is white.

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Sam is unemployed as a result of the pandemic and has dedicated himself to taking care of his ailing mother.

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A girl orphaned at two during the 1994 Rwandan genocide finds relatives thanks to social media.

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A primary school pupil and students are among 25 people killed when the tanker's brakes failed.

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Africa has had fewer cases than Europe, Asia or the Americas, with numbers continuing to decline.

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Ramla Ali, a boxer who became British champion without her family's knowledge after fleeing civil war in Somalia, signs a professional deal.

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A recent study warns that without intervention many of the continent's ancient sites could be lost.

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Papa Massata Diack, son of the former IAAF president Lamine, challenges French authorities over his conviction for corruption.

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Thousands of UN, French and regional soldiers are in Mali fighting Islamist militants - what difference will the coup make?

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The BBC and human rights researchers examined a video of a killing in northern Mozambique.

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Cameroon's government first dismissed the film of two women and two children being shot as "fake news".

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An explosion in Lagos, Nigeria killed 23 people and destroys a girls’ boarding school. But what caused it?

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Jawar Mohammed did not admit guilt in court but accused the government of targeting opponents.

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Toxins made by algae in water holes caused 330 elephant deaths in Botswana earlier this year.

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An explosion in Lagos, Nigeria killed 23 people and destroyed a girls’ boarding school. But what caused it?

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An explosion in Lagos, Nigeria killed 23 people and destroyed a girls’ boarding school. But what caused it?

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The 27 wooden coffins are said to have lain undisturbed inside a well at an ancient necropolis.

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Sound science "will be the sole basis" for safe and effective therapies to be adopted, the WHO says.

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An overnight blaze leaves a distinctive building at one of Africa's oldest universities a shell.

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Zimbaqua mine is the first mine in Africa where the workforce is made up entirely of women.

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Janusz Walus killed anti-apartheid leader Chris Hani in 1993, sparking fears of a racial civil war.

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The group, who will appear in court on Monday, faces charges related to deadly violence in June.

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