Nigeria army dismisses suggestions of takeover from Buhari+++Almost 5000 children separated from parents by conflict in Tigray+++S.Africa to ban breeding and hunting lions in captivity
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Security challenges in Nigeria have sparked anger and calls for President Buhari to step down or be removed from office. Analysts say disgruntled military members and politicians want to overthrow the president.
Ethiopians will vote in June to elect a new parliament. But voter registration is patchy, and opposition parties plan to boycott the ballot. Experts fear that simmering ethnic tensions will escalate.
Violence is escalating in Nigeria. Is a minister's assertion that civilians are 'cowards' for not fighting armed gangs a sign that President Muhammadu Buhari has reached the end of his tether?
France is due to hold a summit for selected African heads of state to spur economic growth in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Experts differ on the guest list and conference expectations citing reality on the ground.
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