International News - An African Perspective

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South Africa rugby stars strip off for cancer challenge
South Africa's rugby world champions strip to their pants to raise awareness of testicular cancer.

'Boeing was at my father's funeral and I was not'
The Ethiopian Airlines crash site has been covered over but few victim families were able to attend.

Pascal Siakam: Toronto Raptors star & his unconventional path from Cameroon to NBA
Pascal Siakam might have been a priest. Or a footballer. The path that led him to the NBA is not what you would call conventional.

Ebola vaccine approved as second jab trialled
A second Ebola vaccine is to be offered to thousands of people in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Sierra Leone boss Sellas Tetteh responds to Kei Kamara comments
Sierra Leone coach Sellas Tetteh responds to comments about his coaching style by former striker Kei Kamara.

Dickson Etuhu: Ex-Nigeria player's sentence appealed
Prosecution and defence will appeal over former Nigeria international Dickson Etuhu's sentence after he was found guilty of attempted match-fixing.

Kenya census: Why counting people can be controversial
Kenya has released census population figures - but not everyone is happy to stand up and be counted.

The black princess who 'took on a white world'
The forgotten story of Princess Dinubolu, whose beauty ambitions shocked Edwardian Britain.

Egypt-Ethiopia row over River Nile dam
At the heart of the dispute is which country has control over Africa's longest river.

From child freestyler in Guinea to Old Trafford
The journey of Guinea's Seydouba Soumah from 12-year-old freestyle footballer to playing against Manchester United.

Libya: Migrant mother's dying wish to get children to Europe
The BBC's Orla Guerin meets a family waiting to cross to Europe from Libya with orphaned children whose mother died on the way.

Zimbabweans forced to choose between medicine and food
The worst drought for 40 years is making the economic hardship worse - leaving people starving.

The Eswatini teenage footballer on Real Madrid's radar
18-year-old Leon Manyisa from Eswatini tells BBC Africa about doing trials for Real Madrid.

Paris tour shows how black people helped shape France
Resistance fighters and anti-colonial writers, a Paris tour celebrates an alternative French history.

Crystal Chigbu: The mum making prosthetic limbs for Nigerian children
Crystal Chigbu was inspired to help children in need after her daughter's leg was amputated.

The Kenyan man making leather jackets out of fish skins
Most people saw fish waste. Newton Owino spotted an opportunity.

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