Human Rights Watch says Boko Haram conflict has deprived education to one million children in Nigeria +++ Child trafficking on the rise in Burundi
HRW report paints gloomy picture of Nigeri's education system in the north.
Kenyan gay rights activists celebrate court ruling blocking anal tests probe+++Cameroon gears up for the senatorial elections paving way for this years general polls+++African Roots series focuses on Margaret Ekpo a woman who changed the face of politics in Nigeria.
Eight opposition political parties in Cameroon will be competing with the ruling CPDM of President Paul Biya for the 70 elective senate seats in the country’s March 25 parliamentary elections.
Cambridge Analytica and Facebook come under criticism for misuse of people’s data++Saving children from crime++will French become the world’s most important language?
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