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Showing posts with label BBC News. Show all posts
Showing posts with label BBC News. Show all posts

Thursday, February 29, 2024

Generosity of strangers stuns struggling Nigerian mother

A woman featured on a BBC video struggling to feed her children is overwhelmed by the help she has received.

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South African student shot dead by stray bullet

The student was in a passing bus when a gunman killed two men in a car in Johannesburg, police say.

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Opposition leader killed in Chad shootout

A prosecutor confirms that Yaya Dillo died in an exchange of heavy gunfire with security forces.

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Cost of living: ‘There is nothing in the fridge’

Cameroonians are grappling with a fuel price hike as well as soaring food costs.

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Wednesday, February 28, 2024

Several killed in attack on security HQ in Chad

The assault comes hours after Chad announced a date for presidential elections.

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Ex-Guinea opposition leader named prime minister

Mamadou Oury Bah, who is due to set up a new government, says he will work to alleviate hardships.

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Tuesday, February 27, 2024

Six arrested over murder of South African rapper AKA

The shooting dead of the performer and his friend at a restaurant last year shocked South Africans.

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'My mother’s body was left by smugglers in the desert'

Those escaping Sudan’s conflict have been turning to people smugglers, with deadly consequences.

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Dozens die after bus falls off bridge in Mali

Malians and citizens from other regions in West Africa are said to be among the victims.

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Italian family seized by jihadists in Mali freed

A Jehovah's Witness couple and their son are released following their abduction in May 2022.

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Rhino poaching on the rise in South Africa

Nearly 500 were killed in 2023 with hunters moving away from previous poaching hotspots.

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Monday, February 26, 2024

Why Nigeria's economy is in such a mess

Nigeria is experiencing its worst economic crisis in a generation, leading to nationwide protests.

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Dozens killed during prayers at Burkina Faso mosque

The authorities say it happened on the same day that churchgoers were killed during morning mass.

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Mauritius blocks cruise ship over cholera fears

Some passengers are believed to have developed mild symptoms of stomach illness during a trip to South Africa.

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Sunday, February 25, 2024

Africa Live: Africa's largest mosque opens in Algeria

The massive mosque is spread across 70 acres and can hold up to 120,000 worshippers - and more.

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At least 15 dead in Burkina Faso church attack

It the latest atrocity in the country to be attributed to Islamist militants.

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Surge in patriotism as Namibia president laid to rest

A huge crowd attends Hage Geingob's funeral following his death at the age of 82 from cancer.

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Saturday, February 24, 2024

SA's ANC pitches for votes as majority threatened

President Ramaphosa says the government "will do better" as other parties eat away at its support.

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Friday, February 23, 2024

France expels 'radical' Tunisian imam for flag slur

Immigration reforms have made it easier for the French government to forcibly remove foreign residents.

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Senegal's president agrees to step down in April

Macky Sall's attempt to postpone the elections has thrown Senegal into political turmoil.

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