International News - An African Perspective

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Nigerian senator guilty of organ trafficking in UK
Nigerian senator Ike Ekweremadu and his wife brought a young man to the UK to donate a kidney.

Nigerian street trader trafficked to UK in kidney donor plot
The young man was brought to the UK to provide a kidney for the sick daughter of a Nigerian senator.

Inside Somalia's hidden world of sex work
Two Somali sex workers describe how they were drawn into the dangerous illegal underground scene.

Ghana 1-0 Angola: Antoine Semenyo scores as Chris Hughton wins first game in charge
Bournemouth's Antoine Semenyo scores a 96th-minute winner against Angola to give Chris Hughton victory in his first competitive game as Ghana boss.

What is the Marburg virus and how dangerous is it?
Tanzania is the latest African country to have an outbreak of the highly-infectious Marburg virus.

Malawi cannabis: Farmers' high hopes fail to materialise
Small-scale growers are empty handed after forking out large sums for equipment and training.

The South African choir that performed for Queen Victoria
The group of South African singers wowed 19th Century British audiences but also faced discrimination.

Cyclone Freddy in Malawi: Searching for my daughter-in-law in the mud
Rescue teams continue to look for victims after Cyclone Freddy's destructive path through Malawi.

Kenya's plan to curb alcohol abuse: One pub per town
The deputy president has suggested a radical step to reduce alcohol abuse - closing nearly all pubs.

Freddy: The deadly cyclone that lasted more than a month
Cyclone Freddy is one of the world's longest-lasting storms - why was it so bad?

Africa's week in pictures: 10-16 March
A selection of the best photos from across Africa and beyond this week.

Nigeria election 2023: The gubernatorial elections explained
Nigerians are heading back to the polls on Saturday to vote in governorship and local assembly elections.

Liberia's war and peace: Lessons from 30 years' reporting
The BBC's Jonathan Paye-Layleh is retiring after covering Liberia for three tumultuous decades.

South Africa's long wait for justice over apartheid crimes
Lukhanyo Calata remains determined to prosecute the security agents who killed his father 38 years ago.

Somalia’s all-women media team breaking the stereotypes
Meet Somalia's all-female media team which fights and highlights the stereotypes female journalists are facing.

France and Africa: Is it the end of the relationship?
Is it the end of the relationship between France and its ex-African colonies?

Cheers and applause as Uganda passes new bill banning identifying as LGBT
Uganda's parliament drafts new law that criminalises identifying as LGBT in the country.

Cyclone Freddy: Malawi reels in the aftermath of the tropical storm
Malawi has declared 14 days of mourning following the devastating impact of Cyclone Freddy.

Kamaru Usman v Leon Edwards: The 'Nigerian Nightmare' aims to regain the title at UFC 286
Nigeria's Kamaru Usman aims to regain his UFC welterweight title when he fights Leon Edwards for the third time.

Kenya: How Twala women in Laikipia have turned a cactus into biogas profit
Twala women in Laikipia, Kenya have turned a thorny issue into a source of profit and empowerment.

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