[MFWA] There has been another deadly crackdown on opposition demonstrations in Togo, with official sources reporting four deaths.
[Vanguard] France has denied information that the Financial headquarters of the proscribed Indeginous People of Biafra (IPOB) is located in that country.
[Leadership] Abuja -The federal government hinted yesterday that it has traced the financial headquarters of indigenous people of biafra (IPOB) to France.
[RFI] Liverpool have agreed a 51 million euro deal with German side RB Leipzig for Guinean midfielder Naby Keita.
[CPJ] New York -Algerian authorities should immediately release independent journalist and fixer Said Chitour and should drop all charges against him, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] “Off-grid” clean power is getting a tiny slice of the aid pie, despite a G20 action plan to boost energy access
[Nation] Indomitable Lions were playing in the tourney for first time since star midfielder died 14 years ago
[RFI] Investigators have widened a corruption probe into the French assets of three African ruling families, charging the daughter and son-in-law of Congo’s President Denis Sassou Nguesso.
[VOA] U.N. member states elected six countries Friday to temporary seats on the Security Council, the U.N. body responsible for maintaining international peace and security.
[Deutsche Welle] France’s defense ministry has said its troops took several combatants “out of action” in operations against jihadist groups in Mali this week.