Security conference in Nigeria urges Action against Boko Haram ++ Workers stop work at Cameroon stadium after deadly accident ++ Civics now taught online in South Africa
The governor of Nigeria's northeastern Borno state has tightened a curfew and stepped up security checks in a bid to clamp down on terror group Boko Haram. Some welcome the measures, others say they erode freedoms.
A suicide bomber has killed at least 11 people at a mosque in northeastern Nigeria, near the border with Cameroon. The attack comes as Boko Haram militants step up their campaign of violence in the region.
Conflicting reports on arrest of Cameroon separatist leaders in Nigeria+++ Emmanuel Macron in China in a bid to foster business relations+++Cholera outbreak continues to cause havoc in Southern African region
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