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Youths took to the streets again in Nigeria's largest cities on Monday as a movement against police brutality snowballed into calls for sweeping changes in the West African powerhouse.

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Ethiopia has set up a network of committees to identify children forced into work or marriage during the coronavirus pandemic and to ensure schools are safe to re-open this week although campaigners fear it will hard to reverse the damage done.

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Police arrested Shady Abu Zaid in May 2018 after plain-clothed security officers raided his house in Cairo.

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A BBC News Arabic investigation has uncovered systemic child abuse inside Islamic schools in Sudan.

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Campaign colours and why they are so important for those in pursuit of power.

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The governor had joined the anti-police brutality protesters when a group of people opened fire.

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A divisive new constitution allows Alpha Condé to stand again, amid political and ethnic tensions.

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Moroccan authorities have seized almost five tonnes of cannabis resin from a vehicle near Casablanca and arrested the driver, the national security service has announced.

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The International Criminal Court accuses ousted President Omar al-Bashir of genocide and war crimes.

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Nigerians have flocked on to the streets of the biggest city Lagos to join mounting protests against police brutality.

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