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The 13-year-old was sentenced to 10 years in prison for blasphemy by an Islamic court in Kano.

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Lamine Diack, the disgraced former head of athletics' governing body, is sentenced to four years in prison after being found guilty of corruption.

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Olympic 400m champion and world record holder Wayde van Niekerk quips "he forgot how to race" as he wins on his international return.

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All 54 of Africa's Fifa members apply for a grant set up to help federations survive the financial impact of coronavirus.

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Lamine Diack, the disgraced former head of athletics' governing body, is sentenced to four years in prison after being found guilty of corruption.

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Zineb Jammeh's assets in the US are blocked as her husband is accused of stealing at least $50m.

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The footage shows a naked women being beaten then shot dead by men wearing army uniforms.

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Former Arsenal player Kelechi Nwakali explains how visa issues almost derailed his career.

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Some of those who lost their jobs amid the pandemic are being paid to clean up their neighbourhoods.

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Arsenal captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang signs a new three-year contract with the club.

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BBC Africa explains the facts behind 'protective badges' that some politicians have been wearing.

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The head of an Aston Villa supporters club in Ghana says he cried tears of joy after his hero Paul McGrath phoned him in response to a BBC video.

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The footage shows a naked women being beaten then shot dead by men wearing army uniforms.

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Faced with persecution, LGBT members in Africa are often left with no choice but to seek asylum in other countries.

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The film board in Nigeria, where same-sex relationships are banned, says the film violates strict laws on homosexuality.

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BBC Africa explains the facts behind 'protective badges' that some politicians have been wearing.

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Nigerian Tobiloba Jolaosho was detained for recording at his country's revered Osun-Osogbo grove.

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BBC Panorama talks to a crime gang that organises 20-30 illegal operations a week.

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He was stopped trying to enter parliament, but it is not clear what he was doing there.

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She was found next to her crying child, sparking calls for reforms to the UK asylum system.

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Paul Rusesabagina declined to enter any pleas in court but his lawyers denied the charges against him.

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Mercy Baguma was found next to her crying baby - her case sparked criticism of Britain's asylum system.

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The headquarters of military commander Khalifa Haftar are torched in his eastern base of Benghazi.

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Campaigners fight to overturn customs and a caste system that discriminates against some Igbo people.

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