When the Beirut blast destroyed a tower block many were missing, including an Ethiopian woman who lived there.
A state-of-the-art complex is to be built in Ghana to remember WEB Du Bois.
Senegal beat Namibia 3-1 to become the first team through to Africa's play-offs for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Judges rule largely in Somalia's favour in a row over a potentially oil-rich area of sea.
Chad are readmitted to international football after Fifa ends a six-month ban handed out for governmental interference in the FA.
Two architects are determined to showcase the architecture of Africa to the world - past and present.
Thomas Sankara's widow speaks as the trial of those accused of killing her husband commences.
Kenyans Benson Kipruto and Diana Kipyogei win the men's and women's races respectively at Monday's Boston Marathon.
Cameroon beat Mozambique in African World Cup qualifying despite arriving in Morocco less than 12 hours before kick-off.
Artillery, tanks, jets and drones are being used to "reinvade" the Tigray region, rebel forces say.
Thomas Sankara's brothers share some memories they have of the Burkinabé revolutionary.
One man tells the BBC he asked the Quranic school to punish his daughter for drinking alcohol.
As African countries get the vaccine, Newsbeat speaks to two people who've grown up with Malaria.
Thirty-four years after the killing of Burkina Faso President Thomas Sankara, 14 men finally go on trial.
Leon Balogun opens the scoring as Nigeria beat CAR 2-0 on Sunday, as the Super Eagles swiftly avenge their shock loss on Thursday.
Google’s $1bn pledge is the biggest investment by the US tech company in Africa. But how will it be allocating the funds?
Gloria Cecilia Narváez was kidnapped by Islamist militants while working as a missionary.
Karl Namnganda says Central African Republic must "dream of the impossible" after beating Nigeria in World Cup qualification.
South Africa beat Ethiopia 3-1 in African World Cup qualifying, but Guinea's hopes are dented after a draw with Sudan.
Dodgy accounting and unofficial bonuses plague the nation's virus response, says the Congo Research Group.