BBC News - Africa
Mali's former Liverpool and Juventus star Momo Sissoko returns to play in France six years after leaving Paris Saint-Germain.
Victims of the siege at the hotel complex include a 9/11 survivor, a YouTuber and two inseparable friends.
Children at one squalid home seen by the BBC said they had been beaten and neglected by their carers.
It would be the second case of a Canadian going missing in the West African country in recent weeks.
Cardiff City are interested in signing Everton striker Oumar Niasse on loan, with an option to make the move permanent.
Mali's Bassira Toure signs in Spain for Malaga from local side AS Mande after impressing at the 2018 Women's Africa Cup of Nations.
Opposition activist Pastor Mawarire is taken from his home as fuel price protests enter their third day.
British-Nigerian choreographer Zizi, who's worked with Drake and Rihanna, says the world is looking to Lagos for the latest moves.
Why are Bayern Munich attempting to make Callum Hudson-Odoi the most expensive English teenager ever, and can he live up to the hype?
Model Judith Heard hopes her story of sexual abuse will prompt other women to tell their stories - and to support one another.
People are being evacuated from the Dusit hotel complex after two explosions and gunfire were heard.
The Ivory Coast ex-president's acquittal raises questions about the International Criminal Court's future.
Why Taiwan, not China, is the economic partner of choice for the nation formerly known as Swaziland.
Despite a clampdown on migration through the desert many are still prepared to make the deadly journey.
Africa editor Fergal Keane asks what's next as opposition leader Tshisekedi wins DR Congo presidency.
The wave of protests threatening President Bashir's 30-year rule have been caused by an economic decline.
The reopening of the border between Ethiopia and Eritrea has transformed the towns near the frontier.
Since President Trump took power aerial attacks on al-Shabab have increased, writes the BBC's Tomi Oladipo.
Journalist Adaobi Tricia Nwaubani writes about the naming, shaming and parading of police suspects in Nigeria.
Journalist Sola Odunfa reflects on a controversial proposal to ban young Nigerians from completing their education abroad.
Cremation is provoking a huge debate in Zimbabwe, bringing cultural and religious beliefs to the fore.
Dress is a touchy subject in Sudan, where fashion can get you into trouble - now men are being targeted.