International News - An African Perspective

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Tunisia PM sacked after violent Covid protests
Protesters clashed with police as they demanded the government be dismissed over Covid failings.

Nigeria school kidnappers abduct man delivering ransom
Criminals kidnap an elderly man who was sent to pay a ransom for the release of 136 school children.

Nigerian outrage at brazen bandit attacks
The shooting down of a military jet shows how organised crime is becoming more daring by the day.

Tunisia's Hafnaoui wins Africa's first Tokyo gold
Tunisia's Ahmed Hafnaoui takes a shock gold medal in the men's 400m freestyle on Sunday.

DRC volcano: Reuniting children with families after the eruption
Children are still separated from parents, two months after a volcano erupted near Goma in DR Congo.

Tokyo Olympics: Zambia's Banda claims her second hat-trick of Games
Zambia striker Barbra Banda becomes first woman to score back-to-back hat-tricks at the same Olympics in 4-4 Group F draw with China.

British and Irish Lions: Lions fight back to clinch series opener
The British and Irish Lions draw first blood in the Test series against world champions South Africa after fighting back from nine points down at the break.

Nigeria's hipster herders - the funky Fulanis
Fulani herders are usually found in forests herding cattle but when they go to cities, they dress in style.

Ethiopia's Tigray crisis: What's stopping aid getting in?
A renewed surge in fighting has made it ever more difficult for aid to reach areas in desperate need.

Ethiopia Tigray crisis: New front opens as aid fears grow
A bloody eight-month battle for control of the Tigray region spills over into neighbouring Afar.

Benin Bronzes: Nigeria dispute jeopardises return of artefacts
Several museums in Europe have talked of returning the looted artefacts - but where will they be housed in Nigeria?

Sudan's Darfur conflict's latest surge in violence displaces thousands
"I have cried so much, my eyes can barely see," one mother tells the BBC after seeing her brother die.

Nigeria's security crises - five different threats
Almost every part of Nigeria is facing a security crisis - from kidnapping to extremist insurgencies.

Afrobeats in Japan: British-Nigerian hip hop dancer teaching children how to dance
Yinka Oshiletu, a British-Nigerian hip hop dancer is bringing Afrobeats sounds to Japan's young dancers.

Halima Aden and Tommy Hilfiger: ‘It’s not just about diverse catwalks’
The world’s first hijab-wearing supermodel talks to fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger about why she quit the industry.

Teenage skateboarder Boipelo Awuah is the youngest African at Tokyo 2020
Fifteen-year-old skateboarder Boipelo Awuah is the youngest African at Tokyo 2020. She explains how she got into the sport and why it feels so good to be at the Olympics.

Tanzania: Erick Kabendera on Samia Suluhu Hassan, being imprisoned and freedom
Freed Tanzanian journalist Erick Kabendera says the country needs to tackle injustices which took place during John Magufuli's presidency.

Joshi is swapping life in captivity for a new start in the jungle
After a lifetime in captivity, Joshi is going to live in the jungle in Congo-Brazzaville.

Tokyo 2020 Olympics: Kenya's Taekwondo star and environmental activist
Kenya's Taekwondo star Faith Ogallo hopes to win a medal in Tokyo - to raise environmental awareness.

South Africa riots: The community standing up to looters
The government has said it will deploy 25,000 troops, but some residents are already taking action.

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