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As coronavirus infections surge, Andrew Harding notes meaningless statistics and a fear of hospitals.

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More than 80 people were killed in two attacks in Sudan's restive western region, the UN says.

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Somalia has fewer than 100 official Covid-19 deaths. But its cemeteries tell a different story.

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As coronavirus infections surge, Andrew Harding notes meaningless statistics and a fear of hospitals.

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From $800 of clothes in a suitcase to a ticket to Milan Fashion Week.

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Two people were killed during a protest in Garissa sparked by the arrest of a murder suspect.

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The Rwandan refugee, who worked as a volunteer warden, has admitted arson, prosecutors say.

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Dozens of inmates fled after a group at Malmesbury Prison overpowered staff during exercise on Friday.

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The battle to be the first African female gold medallist was fought in the 10,000m in Barcelona between Ethiopia's Derartu Tulu and South Africa's Elena Meyer.

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The use of racial slurs in Sudan shows how deeply entrenched racism is there, writes Zeinab Mohammed Salih.

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The BBC's Ferdinand Omondi, a former soap actor himself, remembers an infectious comedic talent.

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The consequences of rape, maltreatment, disease and racism are revealed by the findings.

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The inmates absconded while being transferred to court in Malmesbury, in an escape caught on camera.

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The consequences of rape, maltreatment, disease and racism are revealed by the findings.

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The 28 bodies are thought to be army officers involved in a failed coup against Omar al-Bashir in 1990.

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Nigeria defied all the odds in 1996 by overcoming footballing giants Brazil and Argentina to win Olympic gold in Atlanta. This is how they did it.

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A selection of the week's best photos from across the continent and beyond.

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The BBC’s Anne Soy travelled to her birthplace to meet clan members in her Kalenjin ethnic community.

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Researchers point to a "huge discrepancy" between reported deaths and excess natural deaths.

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Kenya's former world champion Elijah Manangoi says he will respond formally to his provisional suspension over an alleged whereabouts failure.

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The South Africa FA says it wants to engage with former football international Mark Fish over controversial comments on social media.

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Olympic champion Wayde van Niekerk wants to set an "untouchable" 400m world record as his legacy.

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President Buhari condemns the killings and vows to bring the gunmen to justice.

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The Library of Africa and the African Diaspora in Ghana is open to those curious to learn more about Africa’s literary history.

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