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Everton’s Baningime yet to decide international future

Beni Baningime made his Premier League debut against Leicester on Sunday Everton teenager Beni Baningime says he has yet to decide whether to play for England or the Democratic Republic of Congo at international level. The midfielder, 19, impressed on his first-team debut at

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October 31st, 2017

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How a former Miss Liberia became an entrepreneur

Former Miss Liberia and now entrepreneur, Patrice Juah gives us her tips for success. Video produced by Trystan Young Listen to BBC World Service’s Newsday programme on the iPlayer. Article source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-41696323

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October 31st, 2017

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Benghazi attack: US captures man in Libya over 2012 raid

Image copyright Reuters Image caption The US compound in Benghazi was attacked on 11 September 2012 US forces have captured a man accused of involvement in the 2012 attack on an American compound in the Libyan city of Benghazi, President Donald Trump said. Mustafa al-Imam ...

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‘It hurts you know’

Image copyright iStock A recent court ruling has got South Africans of all ages discussing the merits, and otherwise, of smacking children. “Is it true that parents are not allowed to spank their children any more?” came the question from my 10-year-old ...

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Forgotten history

Image copyright Marian Gwynn Image caption The Reverend Hughes with Nkansa (left) and Kinkasa (right); an illustration of the Institute in its heyday As Wales has been observing Black History Month, the near-forgotten story of the African Training Institute in Colwyn Bay, ...

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Touch and feel

Image copyright Innovate Ventures Image caption Muraadso co-founders Abdiqani Ibrahim, Hamse Musa and Saed Mohamed When Saed Mohamed, a young entrepreneur from Somalia, pitched his online shopping business Muraadso as part of an East African start-up competition in 2015, he ...

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Charlotte Attwood: Sudan’s hopes as US sanctions lifted

Image caption Hawa Mohammed Adam’s fans, friends and family paid for her cancer treatment abroad Sudanese music star Hawa Mohammed Adam hopes the lifting of US trade sanctions means she will no longer have to travel to Egypt to receive life-saving treatment for cancer.

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October 30th, 2017

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Johansen pleads not guilty to corruption charges

Isha Johansen took charge of the Sierra Leone FA in 2013 Isha Johansen pleaded not guilty to corruption-related charges in a Freetown high court on Monday. She was in court with Christopher Kamara, who also pleaded not guilty to the charges brought by Sierra Leone’s ...

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Former players rally behind Algeria coach Madjer

The appointment of Rabah Madjer as Algeria coach has split opinion in the North African nation Former internationals have come to the defence of Rabah Madjer, whose appointment as manager of Algeria earlier this month has been the subject of fierce debate in the North ...

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Will the lifting of US sanctions revive Sudan?

US authorities have said the Sudanese government has made progress in issues relating to counter-terrorism and human rights. But while the lifting of US sanctions is welcome, some Sudanese people remain sceptical about the government’s ability to steer the country in ...

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October 30th, 2017

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